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Education / Re: List Of Universities And Their Post UTME Past Questions & Answers {free} by charlisco(m): 6:13pm On Jun 27
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Education / Re: Auchi Polytechnic (auchipoly) 2015/16 Post Utme Form, Hnd Form, Spat Form Is On by charlisco(m): 9:21pm On Jun 23
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NYSC / Re: NYSC Online Registration: 10 Costly Mistakes To Avoid by charlisco(m): 8:50pm On Jun 23
Education / Re: Apply For UNIZIK Postgraduate Admission 2014/2015 by charlisco(m): 9:07am On Jun 18
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Nairaland / General / Re: 2015/2016 UNIZIK Postgraduate Admission Form Is Out – Apply by charlisco(m): 9:06am On Jun 18
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Education / Re: FEDERAL POLY NEKEDE 2015/2016 Post Utme Hnd Form Is On Cal For Info by charlisco(m): 10:41pm On Jun 17
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Education / Re: Fed Poly NEKEDE 2014/2015 Morning And Evening Form Out For ND And HND by charlisco(m): 4:03pm On Jun 16
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Education / Re: University Of Ibadan Postgraduate Programme For 2015/2016 Session by charlisco(m): 5:25pm On Jun 12
Education / Re: Gregory University, Uturu 2015/16 POST UTME FORM Is Out Cal_08140548418 by charlisco(m): 4:06pm On Jun 10
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Education / Re: (Updated) University of Ibadan (unibadan)2014/2015 Post-Graduate Application by charlisco(m): 11:04am On Jun 06
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan Postgraduate School 2014/2015 Admissions by charlisco(m): 11:03am On Jun 06
Education / Re: Download Unizik 2015 - 2016 Post Ume Past Question And Answer All For Free by charlisco(m): 7:37pm On Jun 04
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Education / Re: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Unizik Awka 2015 - 2016 Post Ume by charlisco(m): 9:05am On Jun 04
Education / Re: What Is Niger Delta University (ndu) Cut-off by charlisco(m): 8:46am On Jun 04
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Education / Re: JAMB Direct Entry 2015/2016 Registration And Admission Processing by charlisco(m): 10:51am On Jun 02
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Education / Re: 2015/16 Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro,post Utme Form,cal_08030734709.... by charlisco(m): 11:20am On May 20
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Webmasters / Re: Thread For All Your Blogging Related Problems Here by charlisco(m): 2:52pm On May 14
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Education / Re: WAEC 2015 November/december GCE Application Has Commenced by charlisco(m): 10:19pm On May 07

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Education / Re: 2015/2016 JAMB Direct Entry Admission Processes Into Universities Of Your Choice by charlisco(m): 8:04pm On May 06
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Education / Re: Waec Gce Nov/dec 2015 For Private Applicant Now Out-introduce Walk In Candidates by charlisco(m): 3:23pm On May 06
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Education / Waec Gce Nov/dec 2015 For Private Applicant Now Out-introduce Walk In Candidates by charlisco(m): 3:19pm On May 06


Intending candidates for the November/December 2015 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates are hereby informed that the registration will be online.

Candidates are expected to pay a registration fee of Eleven Thousand Six Hundred Naira only (N11,600.00) at branches of any of the following banks or any accredited agent and obtain the registration PIN and the information VCD:

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First Bank of Nig. Plc
Standard Chartered Bank Plc
Union Bank Plc
Diamond Bank Plc
Fidelity Bank Plc
Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc
United Bank for Africa Plc
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First City Monument Bank Plc
Sterling Bank Plc
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Enterprise Bank Ltd
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Skye Bank Plc
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The normal registration period is from Monday, May 4 to Monday, August 24, 2015. After payment, candidates should log on to www.waeconline.org.ng for registration. Candidates should also note that the registration procedure has been designed to accommodate! biometric features that will be used for validation at the examination centres.

Candidates who wish to register for the examination after the close of entries can be accommodated as "Walk-in-Candidates" provided they register not less than twenty four hours to the time of the paper (s) they intend to write. The "Walk-in-Candidates" fee is Twenty Five Thousand; Five Hundred Naira only (N25, 500.00)

Candidates must conclude registration within two weeks of first access to the website during the registration period. They should ensure that their names, gender, passport photographs, dates of birth, subjects and disabilities (if any) are correct. They are also to print the admission notice/photo card as evidence of successful registration. This will serve as the photo card during the examination. The result checker PIN will also be on the photo card. Only Digital Persona Scanner should be used for fingerprint registration.

Candidates with disabilities will also register on-line like other candidates but they must clearly state their disabilities e.g blind, low vision, spastic speech.

1. Candidates should view the Information VCD before they register for the examination.
2. Candidates should, note that examination fees are not refundable.
3. Candidates must print the examination Timetable at the completion of their registration.
4. Entries must be uploaded with good quality passport size photographs, not "wait and get" photographs. The background of such photographs MUST NOT BE BLUE OR RED. The size should be 275 by 314 pixels. Entries with unacceptable passport photographs will be rejected.
5. Candidates should study the Regulations and Syllabuses as well as the Timetable for the examination which they can download from WAEC's website (www.waeconlne.org.nqi using their registration PIN.
6. All candidates must go to their examination halls in mufti and without arms. No professional uniform of any kind will be allowed in the examination hall.
7. The entire results of candidates who make more than one entry will be cancelled.
8. Smoking is not allowed in the examination hall.
9. Any candidate that comes into the examination hail with mobile phone and for electronic or communication gadgets will, have his or her entire results cancelled.
10. All candidates must ensure that their entries are correctly uploaded, as the Council will not be held responsible for errors in candidates' particulars. No request for correction will be entertained on any Information which a candidate voluntarily gives at the point of registration as_sfl0n.as_the examination commences.
11. Candidates who engage in examination malpractice will not,only have their results cancelled but may be prosecuted.
12. Candidates must come into the examination hall with their original photo cards.

Politics / 10 Things Nigerians Are Doing Better Than Other Africans by charlisco(m): 7:53pm On Apr 17
Nigeria, “the giant of Africa” may be far from perfect but there are certain things we do much better than other Africans. Even though, these are facts, the reality on the ground is that Nigeria is way ahead of some African countries. With our pulsating entertainment scene and the economy growth – (Nigeria has the largest economy in Africa), we can make a case for ‘African exceptionalism”. Although, Nigeria is confronting some major challenges, we are still standing out in Africa. There is something special about Nigerians that you can hardly miss; it is just difficult to ignore us because we are full of life and drama at the same time.

Below are 10 things Nigerians are doing better than other Africans:

1. Business development
Nigerians have good business culture. We are accustomed to developing with new business ideas, creating small and large business organizations, from technology to entertainment. We bring in diverse perspectives to Nigerian business methods, we know how to interact and connect with investors and business partners within and outside Nigeria, as we position ourselves for greater success. No wonder, the country is the economic power-house in Africa; it is a base for business innovation and distinction.

2. Work hard, play hard
Nigerians work hard, and play hard. If you are looking for people who work so hard and never feel the pain, talk about Nigerians. The beautiful thing about us ––we are smart. We know how to work effectively and get great results through short cuts. You must have heard a lot of myths about Nigerians, some of these stories are true when it comes to cutting corners. We like to hustle and wrestle our ways to success.

3. Living life to its fullest
Even as the ancient may have retained its grip over the lives of Nigerians in terms of culture and tradition, many have embraced the future, maintaining a laissez-faire attitude toward living life to its fullest. Nigerians understand that life is to be lived once and they get crazy with gadgets, cars, partying and socializing. The fun never ends even during funeral services.

4. Exciting entertainment scene – best in Africa
Nigerians are good in producing the finest movies in Africa. According to Wikipedia, “Nollywood is the second largest film industry in the world” and of course, the largest in Africa. Gone are the days when Nigerians make movies that do not make sense in quality and storyline. Some of the current movies that are produced by Nigerians can compete with some Hollywood movies even though most of these movies may not compete favourable in budget and spending but they are just amazing.

5. Nigerians create wealth from mundane things
There is hardly a niche in the world where a Nigerian does not have power and influence. The quest to be the best has always been the backbone of our successful story. A lot of Nigerians started their stories from nothing and ended up as gurus in different industries. We strongly believe in the slogan ‘No condition is permanent’ – We go make am one day!

6. We love collectibles – we know how it works
Maybe you have not heard that some Nigerians are buying some of the most costly buildings on the world’s most expensive street in London -Edgerton Crescent. It is not only in London that this love for luxury properties can be seen. Nigerians love showing off and buying these expensive properties around the world is simply one of the ways of expressing this lifestyle. With all the education, hard work, risk taking and smart investing, Nigerians love to live large and enjoy the finer things in life. Spend it if you’ve got it!

7. Real survivors
We are everywhere, from London to New York. You can see us on the streets of New York struggling to sell CDs to make sure that we send money home. There is hardly a harsh economic terrain in the world where a Nigerian cannot survive. It is one trait that makes us exceptional in Africa.

8. Literary gems
Should we start calling names? Nigerians have a lot of writers since the days of Chinua Achebe who made a landmark in the literary world. Nigerians have gifted hands like Wole Soyinka, Chika Unigwe, Chimamanda Adichie and Helon Habila who are making waves around the world. It is not that there no other African writers who are doing great, there are so many but sure Nigerians does the literary thing better. Not to forget the new trend of blogging. (We no dey carry last!)

9. We make things happen
Foreigners and other Africans give the thumbs up to Nigerians for always transforming dull and boring scenes to exciting ones. There is this thing about Nigerians that give them the ability to make things happen. From music, comedy to fashion, even our sense of humour is unique and that is why we are so different. Little wonder, thousands visit Nigeria during vacations or festivals to see and enjoy our exciting events and activities.

10. Nigerians take their demands to the streets
There is nothing that Nigerians would not protest these days, it is either they are fighting for the government to increase their salaries, demand for justice or cut down the fuel pump price. These protests always put our issues on the political agenda. The streets and the internet has become our warfronts and the pages of blogs are where we lash out their anger on anything displeasing. Nigerians have perfected the act of going for protest and they are never too shy to go public with their grievances.

You can see why we say that Nigerians can do certain things better than other Africans, the list is inconclusive and we would leave you to add to the list with your comments.

Webmasters / How To Receive Google Adsense Payment Through Ur Diamond Saving Acct With Pics by charlisco(m): 5:13pm On Mar 25
This post is for those who can't get the necessary referees, IDs and requirements to open a domiciliary (dorm) account and how you can receive Google Adsense Payment through Your Nigeria Diamond Saving Account,

How I Received My Google Adsense Payment through My Diamond Saving Account
by following this five (5) simple steps

Work into any diamond bank to request for a form on how to receive international fund transfer into your saving account.

You will be given a form that look like or exactly like this

Step 1

Visit the google adsense link below

Click on sign in
Type in your AdSense email address and password

Step 2
Click on payments

Step 3
Click on payment settings
Click on +add a new payment method

Step 4
Select wire transfer to bank account
And enter the following setting shown below

Step 5.
Click on set this payment method as primary, then click on save

How the credit alert looks like when you are finally paid through DIAMOND BANK

Credit Alert!
Acc#: *****4384
Amt: 36,596.34
Time: 24/03/15 2:41PM
Avail Bal:41,555.10
Total Bal:41,555.10

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Education / The Nigeria Police Secondary Schools Form by charlisco(m): 7:13pm On Mar 23
Force Headquarters, Louis Edet House, Abuja.

REGISTRATION OPENS: 16th March, 2015.
REGISTRATION CLOSES: 17th April, 2015, @ 12:00 Midnight.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION DATE: 25th April, 2015 at 10:00am.

The Entrance Examination into JSS1 of Police Secondary Schools for the 2015/2016 Academic Session will be held at the various designated Centres on 25th April, 2015 at 10:00am

Pay the Registration Fee of N2200, 00 into the Directorate of Education Secondary School Entrance Examination's Account in any branch of UBA PLC. and obtain a PIN number.
Log on to the Directorate's website, www.npfeducation.gov.ng
Click on Admission, select new applicant & enter your PIN number.
Fill in the Registration details and upload the candidate's passport photograph.
Print out the candidate's photo card which will contain the candidate's Registration Number and Examination Centre.

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Education / Re: Delta State School Of Nursing Form For 2015-2016 Is Out Call_07063701872 by charlisco(m): 1:05pm On Mar 06
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Education / Jamb 2015/2016 Has Been Extended Till February 18, 2015. by charlisco(m): 6:03pm On Feb 16


Webmasters / Re: POST -your- Website/blog- For- REVIEW by charlisco(m): 10:03am On Feb 16

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