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Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Kinglife(m): 12:12pm On Nov 13
vampire2020:
good day guys,please i am asking for a cousin,how can i get past questions and anwser for nda exams
I can get for you add me on WhatsApp
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by vampire2020: 11:16am On Nov 14
Kinglife:
I can get for you add me on WhatsApp
what will it cost,and i am currenntly not available on whatsapp
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by lordBintus(m): 3:08pm On Nov 15
It's been a long time out of here @arcike how every ? Wishing you all best of luck in your career and goals
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Oluwadara419(m): 8:51am On Nov 18
Kindly help me out. I just lost my WAEC certificate. Hope it won't be a problem in NDA? THOUGH, I am having the statement of result.
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by tobhykillz: 7:30am On Nov 25
WHAT ON GOD'S GREEN EARTH DID I MISS HERE??
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by tobhykillz: 7:31am On Nov 25
vampire2020:
what will it cost,and i am currenntly not available on whatsapp
it would cost a life
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Walinco(m): 4:52pm On Nov 25
Guys pls help..Am trying to upload my docs..if I upload one it shows ''100%"..while the next doc will show "queued"
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Walinco(m): 8:06pm On Nov 25
Someone should pls answer I want to upload dem 2day
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Notsonasty: 9:57pm On Nov 25
Walinco:
Guys pls help..Am trying to upload my docs..if I upload one it shows ''100%"..while the next doc will show "queued"

wait for a while, the thing is still uploading to their website so it takes like 10mins or more
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by tobhykillz: 8:10am On Nov 26
Walinco:
Guys pls help..Am trying to upload my docs..if I upload one it shows ''100%"..while the next doc will show "queued"
Bros it's from the server(NDA) people too much for the website
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Walinco(m): 1:28pm On Nov 26
Thanks a lot guys maybe I should try it in the night
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 3:44pm On Nov 26
please folks i need a legit answer to dis question. i did my waec in 2013 and i also wrote neco last year 2016 and i intend to combine result but the problem is dat my waec is more dan 5 years do you think dey might accept it by chance
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by stanley59(m): 1:06pm On Nov 27
izic911:
please folks i need a legit answer to dis question. i did my waec in 2013 and i also wrote neco last year 2016 and i intend to combine result but the problem is dat my waec is more dan 5 years do you think dey might accept it by chance
They won't. isn't the NECO good enough
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by stanley59(m): 1:14pm On Nov 27
BEFORE YOU BUY THAT FORM AND SELL YOUR PEACE

Once again the Nigerian military has commenced sales of online forms into the premier military university in Africa the NDA Kaduna. Young interested persons have begun registration of applications, but before you decide to choose the military as a career or your calling, they are factors to consider in benefit of foresight retrospect. Most people have made a very grievous mistake of assuming the military as a means to a “sure” means of livelihood but have been cut short by realities and failures of lacking foresight.
Though, we are in what various security analysts and political takers will call “peace time” but we have seen more conflicts rise in the past two decades. National sovereignty of countries are now be threatened with the ever increasing cases of terrorism, civil and ethno-religious clashes, cyber warfare and espionage, foreign economic sabotages on weaker states, economic slavery of lesser developing countries and over dependence on mightier world class economies e.t.c.
One with a rational mind would clearly agree that States need a beef up in defense, security and intelligence effectiveness so as to preserve national sovereignty. One way to go about that is to increase overall manpower quality and quantity of security agencies, which brings us to our theme of focus.
The Nigeria military is by no means a stranger in the dynamism of modern warfare in both conventional and unconventional status .The military has had its own share of conflicts mostly ISOs which have led to an arguably interesting and somewhat eccentric and rapid development…after all nothing brings quicker and much needed development like “peaceful war”.
We therefore focus on the very debatable and fore mostly important intake of REGULAR COMBATANT CADETS into the NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY, KADUNA. It is worthwhile to keep in mind that though the application to the NDA is open to all interested Nigerians and has seen an increase in both applicants and intake in few years but as the saying goes “many were called, few were chosen, but only the fittest survived”.
Taking a moment to reflect on some questions drafted below might aid you in answering the decision as regard applying into the most prestigious military academy in Africa.
1. Are you qualified to apply for the NDA RC intake?[b][/b]
Requirements into the Academy can be downloaded from the application portal. Most notably amongst the admission requirement is the age clause (which is synonymous with foreign military academies) and academic stipulations (same as conventional universities). There is no sense applying when one doesn’t meet the requirements, it is only a waste of time and resource to do so. Credential and medical screening doesn’t end at the AFSB, it is continuous even in the academy and thereafter. Defaulters who use false means to gain admission such as forgery of documents or concealment of illnesses are punishable under sections 39, 89 and 90 0f the ARMED FORCES ACT of 1994. Candidates seeking to change of name, date of birth, state of origin local government are advised to do such legally with appropriate authorities.
2. Are you up to the intensive mental and physical demands of the NDA routine and thereafter?
NDA IS INTENSIVELY PHYSICAL DEMANDING AS WELL AS MENTALLY AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY
Zero your mind for an ever intense and rigorous routine of physical, military and academic tasks and surely long hours PUTTEE (corrective training or punishment in civil terms). The day begins as early as 0400 hrs with muster parade (heavy sleepers take note) and progresses with a tight schedule o both military exercises and academic classes with barely spare time for personal administration or rest. Not forgetting the ever proactive seniors and officers who just part of the equation. Zero the mind for the worst kind of inconveniences at the worst moments and your body prepped to serve any malice or injustice. Cadets who can’t cope with the burden eventually quit or are withdrawn. Few lucky ones get a second shot. Remember the Academy is not a Boy Scout or, man o war or, police training ground, so no childish fantasies.
TO BE CONTINUED

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Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 6:36pm On Nov 27
stanley59:

They won't. isn't the NECO good enough
its good but there s no geography in it and I intend to do geography
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 6:56pm On Nov 27
stanley59:
BEFORE YOU BUY THAT FORM AND SELL YOUR PEACE

Once again the Nigerian military has commenced sales of online forms into the premier military university in Africa the NDA Kaduna. Young interested persons have begun registration of applications, but before you decide to choose the military as a career or your calling, they are factors to consider in benefit of foresight retrospect. Most people have made a very grievous mistake of assuming the military as a means to a “sure” means of livelihood but have been cut short by realities and failures of lacking foresight.
Though, we are in what various security analysts and political takers will call “peace time” but we have seen more conflicts rise in the past two decades. National sovereignty of countries are now be threatened with the ever increasing cases of terrorism, civil and ethno-religious clashes, cyber warfare and espionage, foreign economic sabotages on weaker states, economic slavery of lesser developing countries and over dependence on mightier world class economies e.t.c.
One with a rational mind would clearly agree that States need a beef up in defense, security and intelligence effectiveness so as to preserve national sovereignty. One way to go about that is to increase overall manpower quality and quantity of security agencies, which brings us to our theme of focus.
The Nigeria military is by no means a stranger in the dynamism of modern warfare in both conventional and unconventional status .The military has had its own share of conflicts mostly ISOs which have led to an arguably interesting and somewhat eccentric and rapid development…after all nothing brings quicker and much needed development like “peaceful war”.
We therefore focus on the very debatable and fore mostly important intake of REGULAR COMBATANT CADETS into the NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY, KADUNA. It is worthwhile to keep in mind that though the application to the NDA is open to all interested Nigerians and has seen an increase in both applicants and intake in few years but as the saying goes “many were called, few were chosen, but only the fittest survived”.
Taking a moment to reflect on some questions drafted below might aid you in answering the decision as regard applying into the most prestigious military academy in Africa.
1. Are you qualified to apply for the NDA RC intake?[b][/b]
Requirements into the Academy can be downloaded from the application portal. Most notably amongst the admission requirement is the age clause (which is synonymous with foreign military academies) and academic stipulations (same as conventional universities). There is no sense applying when one doesn’t meet the requirements, it is only a waste of time and resource to do so. Credential and medical screening doesn’t end at the AFSB, it is continuous even in the academy and thereafter. Defaulters who use false means to gain admission such as forgery of documents or concealment of illnesses are punishable under sections 39, 89 and 90 0f the ARMED FORCES ACT of 1994. Candidates seeking to change of name, date of birth, state of origin local government are advised to do such legally with appropriate authorities.
2. Are you up to the intensive mental and physical demands of the NDA routine and thereafter?
NDA IS INTENSIVELY PHYSICAL DEMANDING AS WELL AS MENTALLY AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY
Zero your mind for an ever intense and rigorous routine of physical, military and academic tasks and surely long hours PUTTEE (corrective training or punishment in civil terms). The day begins as early as 0400 hrs with muster parade (heavy sleepers take note) and progresses with a tight schedule o both military exercises and academic classes with barely spare time for personal administration or rest. Not forgetting the ever proactive seniors and officers who just part of the equation. Zero the mind for the worst kind of inconveniences at the worst moments and your body prepped to serve any malice or injustice. Cadets who can’t cope with the burden eventually quit or are withdrawn. Few lucky ones get a second shot. Remember the Academy is not a Boy Scout or, man o war or, police training ground, so no childish fantasies.
TO BE CONTINUED

but d people there are humans flesh and blood
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by stanley59(m): 8:31pm On Nov 27
izic911:
but d people there are humans flesh and blood
of course they are, but as I said "many were called,few were chosen, but only the fittest survived" . Not every matriculated cadet makes into it to graduation.Some end up been withdrawn....ever heard of the academy's august tsunami?

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Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 9:24pm On Nov 27
stanley59:

of course they are, but as I said "many were called,few were chosen, but only the fittest survived" . Not every matriculated cadet makes into graduation.Most end up been withdrawn....ever heard of the academy"s august tsunami?
yeah I have
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by ugonna1054(m): 2:07am On Nov 28
Can someone please help with the direct application link. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 6:19am On Nov 28
stanley59:

of course they are, but as I said "many were called,few were chosen, but only the fittest survived" . Not every matriculated cadet makes into graduation.Most end up been withdrawn....ever heard of the academy"s august tsunami?
how bad can it be is it not d normal job
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by stanley59(m): 2:49am On Nov 29
izic911:
how bad can it be is it not d normal job
Pls define normal in the sense of your using it.
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Odunayaw(m): 4:12am On Nov 29
Normal job grin

Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 1:34pm On Nov 29
stanley59:
Pls define normal in the sense of your using it.
anything usual
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Kingmelford(m): 5:19am On Nov 30
izic911:
how bad can it be is it not d normal job
baba, if you are been withdrawn it means you are going back to your father's house because you have committed an offence against their regulations then they will terminate your contract.
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 6:58am On Nov 30
Kingmelford:
baba, if you are been withdrawn it means you are going back to your father's house because you have committed an offence against their regulations then they will terminate your contract.
true but I pray we do not withdrawn by God's grace
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 7:01am On Nov 30
Kingmelford:
baba, if you are been withdrawn it means you are going back to your father's house because you have committed an offence against their regulations then they will terminate your contract.
d only ting I know dat can cause withdrawal is going AWOL correct me if I'm wrong
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Kingmelford(m): 11:56am On Nov 30
izic911:
d only ting I know dat can cause withdrawal is going AWOL correct me if I'm wrong
90% cases are becos of going awol but some other crimes can still cause a cadet's withdrawal
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by izic911: 4:29pm On Nov 30
Kingmelford:
90% cases are becos of going awol but some other crimes can still cause a cadet's withdrawal
90% !! how sure are u sir
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by Kingmelford(m): 5:13pm On Nov 30
izic911:
90% !! how sure are u sir
i have seen people that are been withdrawn and most of them was because of blowing awol.
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by ricoric: 10:47pm On Nov 30
Please, my brothers in here, I have some questions to ask and I need different responses from all possible angles to be so sure.. I ' m studying ( Education Biology ) in UNILAG and I have failed to be admitted to NDA 2wice and my ambition is to become a Navy officer but not a low ranked one, I would have went for its recruit.. I heard any NDA graduant gets the ( Lit. Colonel ) title and those that have Degree ( 4 years university course ) before going for the 1 year course of vigorous training also secure the Lit. Colonel title - 1. How true is this ? 2. Do I stand a chance of securing the Lit. Colonel title studying a course like ( Education Biology ) after the Short term service ( 1 year training ) ? 3. Is there payment of school fees in NDA ?
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by stanley59(m): 10:17am On Dec 01
izic911:
anything usual
"you think say academy na polac"...that a common saying in NDA. As for job wait till you get there, "who no come, no go know"that's another saying.
Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-70RC by ricoric: 10:30am On Dec 01
Please guys, I need my questions to be answered, I am in a state of confusion at the moment.

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