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Unizik Pre-science, Mbaukwu, Study Center. (how/why I Passed The Program) by Bukacee(m): 3:19pm On Dec 21, 2011
The common reply you'll get from a
Zikite if you ask the question 'wassup with Pre-Science? is "It's a waste of time, the program is partial, there'salways a specific number of students to be admitted and bla bla, These bad reports about unizik Pre-Science kept on ringing on my head like an ipod stuck on replay, as i registered for the program.

My name is Ebuka Charles Nwankwo, friends prefer Charles. My nick/stage
name is buka-C. I was born and
brought up in U.N.N (University of
nigeria nsukka) where i wrote my first JAMB exam. I passed both UTME and PUTME but wasn't admitted as a result of
incorrect Subject combination. My Dad,
a lecturer in the school was reluctant to
amend the problem, so I vexed and
decided to change my choice of
university. Unlike everyone who had the motive of
passing Unizik Pre-Science, I registered
for the program only to avoid staying
idle till the next JAMB exam. Well, I
wouldn't say my aim/objective later
changed. I would rather put it this way, "The equation got balanced". I think my road to success in unizik Pre-
Science started with the type of house
God put me in. The house is not a lodge
but a family house. The landlord, a once
business tycoon in Jos now based in
his hometown due to crisis, decided to allow students occupy the house just
because his son registered for the
program.
The house has got everything a student
will need for comfortabilty and
concentration. The security is so damn tight, because around there is where
the Vigilante Council is located. The
village is called Ojiagu.
***I am happy to announce that the
landlord has indicated his willingness
to accept tenants this session. ***I will tell you how to reach me if you're
interested. I.e if you really want to
read/concentrate and possibly pass
unizik Psp*** God doubled my blessing by giving me
focused and God fearing housemates.
Reading/jacking was adequate and
constant. We had fellowship every
sunday night, which was conducted in
turns. These good deeds and many more
contributed to my success in unizik Psp. Let me share with you details/facts
about unizik Psp in Mbaukwu.
The program is a six months term
which is concluded with an
examination. The official minimum cut
off mark for a pass in the program is 200.00. Admission through the
program is dependent on JAMB. The
official minimum JAMB cut off mark is
180.00. Let me give FOUR instances for
clarification.
1. If John scores 179 or bellow in his
JAMB exam and scores 200 or above in
his Psp exam. (He will NOT be admitted) 2. If John scores 180 or above in his
JAMB exam but scores 199 or bellow in
his Psp exam. (He will NOT be admitted) 3. If John scores 180 in his JAMB exam
and 200 in his Psp exam. (He will be
admitted, but might not be given his
choice of course. The higher your Psp
score, the greater your chance of
getting your preferred course) 4. If John applied for Medicine and
surgery and scored 180 in JAMB but
hits 300 or above in his Psp exam. (He
will be admitted into Med.Sug dept.
JAMB score is just a gateway). **Unizik
Pre-Science does not require Post UTME** There are six available subjects: Maths,
geography, english, physics, chemistry
and biology to be taught by four
lecturers each. i.e a total of 24 lecturers
in all.
You will choose five or four subject to sit for in the exam. Only four subjects
will be calculated over 400. (i.e your
best four)
The program is more like a secondary
school, students are grouped into
classes according to reg. numbers. Eight classes, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2, E1
& E2. **I was in E1 Lecturers always advice that the
program is a survival of the fittest, but i
must tell you, Unizik Psp is a battle even
the fittest lose. I have a few advice for ya'll
-Don't listen to what everybody says,
only listen to 2 people, the lecture and
you -Don't be intimidated by the size of
books your classmates carry around or
the way they answer questions in class.
Let it be a stimulus on you to study hard -Too much of everything is bad. Many
people miss lectures to attend
fellowships and night vigils. My dear,
serve your God adequately but don't
steal from Ceaser. Don't forget that on
the exam day, God will only help you remember what you know. -Don't miss lectures at all. The words
coming out of the lecturers' mouth is
what you will see on the exam day, not
fake past questions or text books, but
buy them o! -The guys, I know we've got a very
high ego, we like to be seen, loved and
respected and we hardly survive
without a girlfriend. Well, i'm not totally
condemning having a girlfriend,
because i had one during my term in Psp, Mbaukwu.
The question is: can you see her as just
a friend and a study partener for at
least six months?. Because my dear,
immorality is a sin God highly detests.
He said, He Turns His Face Away From It" My dear Mbaukwu is not a place you
can survive on your own, you need all
the help you can get from God. You
need to be at peace with him if you
want to pass.
The swagg madness is always the other of the day, but I must tell you, over
60% of the guys in my set who couldn't
stop showing off, were robbed and
some injured. One fact you must have at
the back of your mind is that Mbaukwu
is a town and has got villages with youths who most times get jealous over
what they see. Six months is not a long time. You can
suffer your body and ego for just
6months, when you get to the main
campus, you can now display all kinda
fashion.
The program is expensive, don't allow your parents' investments to be a
waste. Well, If you're moved or inspired by
my story and advice, i hope to see you
in the main campus next academic
year. ***Please share this with any of
your friends who's about going in for
the program*** THANKS
Bukacee www.facebook.com/bukacee IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LIVING IN
THE HOUSE I MENTIONED, CONTACT ME
FOR MORE DETAILS. ¤¤07064668966¤¤ (Merry Xmas)
Re: Unizik Pre-science, Mbaukwu, Study Center. (how/why I Passed The Program) by DonaldsN(m): 10:49pm On Dec 21, 2011
Bro thanks and God bless u for this piece, it will really help alot.
Re: Unizik Pre-science, Mbaukwu, Study Center. (how/why I Passed The Program) by vennygirl(f): 12:36am On Dec 22, 2011
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Re: Unizik Pre-science, Mbaukwu, Study Center. (how/why I Passed The Program) by Ukosboy(m): 9:11pm On Jan 01, 2012
How much is a room there. Though from ur explanation i'm a little bit scared. Nevertheless the lord is wit me.
Re: Unizik Pre-science, Mbaukwu, Study Center. (how/why I Passed The Program) by turnfire: 1:39am On Jan 10, 2013
I myself passed d psp exam naw am admitted u can also do it u I remain myseld (basilica first son) likes of basilica,maryland and odas I miss u basilica Oº°˚˚°ºh and to does who wish 2 b close 2 God 2 d poor d society of saint vincent de paul(ssvp) is waiting for u and we would be waiting for u guyz

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Re: Unizik Pre-science, Mbaukwu, Study Center. (how/why I Passed The Program) by LadyAdorable: 7:12am On Jan 10, 2013
You guys are on point. @ op, u ar ryt even d fittest loose. I did psp twice,.... Failed d first time and d second time I blasted so high that I got admitted into 3 schools. UNIzIK,UNN,MOUAU. Well I chose UNN. Miss my old stomping ground, I was more of a marylander. Wish u guys d best

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