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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 5:30pm On Jan 09
tellwisdom:


They do.
Name them.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by RectusAbdominis(m): 5:52pm On Jan 09
tellwisdom:

They do.
ABU Zaria UNIMAID UDUSOK UNIJOS BUK OAU accepts
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tellwisdom: 6:14pm On Jan 09
RectusAbdominis:

ABU Zaria
UNIMAID
UDUSOK
UNIJOS
BUK
OAU accepts

@maandeyy
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 7:13pm On Jan 09
tellwisdom:


@maandeyy
Ok.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Elzak(m): 9:09pm On Jan 09
[quote author=RectusAbdominis post=74603093]
ABU Zaria
UNIMAID
UDUSOK
UNIJOS
BUK
OAU accepts[/quotet]Are u sure about this? I doubt if it is all of the aforementioned universities that accept two sittings
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 9:30pm On Jan 09
RectusAbdominis:

ABU Zaria
UNIMAID
UDUSOK
UNIJOS
BUK
OAU accepts
Sir,
Say things u are sure of please.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrImmaculate: 9:42pm On Jan 09
chiwill22:

The boss are UNN, Ebonyi State and UNIZIK catchment for Rivers State natives??
don't really know bro
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrImmaculate: 9:43pm On Jan 09
chukwukapromise:
u sure the number Is correct?

yh bro
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 12:16am On Jan 10
Mandeyy:
It's 6 years now. It was more than that before, but right now it's 6 years. The Vice Chancellor is a U.S. trained medical doctor and also the former Deputy Governor of Ebonyi State. So, he's seriously interested in the Faculty of Medicine of EBSU.
Thanks

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ximenez(m): 12:52am On Jan 10
Mandeyy:
Name them.
As a matter of fact, only few universities do not accept it compared to those that do. OAU, Uniport unical, LAUTECH, OOU, EBSU etc and all universities in the North.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by RectusAbdominis(m): 7:41am On Jan 10
ISISs:

Sir,
Say things u are sure of please.
I am sure. All the schools in the North (except UniIlorin I think) accept two sittings.
There are many ways to screen out candidates, WAEC shouldn't be one of them.
Anyone can write Waec and easily get A1 parallel, but people find it difficult to pass JAMB and Post UTME. Have you asked why?
Because cheating is easier in waec and Neco.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 8:57am On Jan 10
Ximenez:
As a matter of fact, only few universities do not accept it compared to those that do. OAU, Uniport unical, LAUTECH, OOU, EBSU etc and all universities in the North.
EBSU accepts only one sitting. I know the school very well. In fact, no university in the East accepts two sittings for Medicine.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Olami90: 10:24am On Jan 10
Oriks93:


You should try niger delta university. I just got in with a 2.1 b.tech

I intend to do DE too but the choice of institution has been a challenge for me as I cannot afford to miss any attempt I make.

What is their requirement for DE (any limit for cgpa) and is there post DE exams?


I also wish to attack my application with Jamb exam and choice of school is giving me challenge. Kindly help with their requirement for Jamb admission (score to have to be in safe side, post utme and any other tips)


Other medics in the house can help too.
Thanks
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ikemsinachi(m): 10:38am On Jan 10
RectusAbdominis:
I am sure. All the schools in the North (except UniIlorin I think) accept two sittings.
There are many ways to screen out candidates, WAEC shouldn't be one of them.
Anyone can write Waec and easily get A1 parallel, but people find it difficult to pass JAMB and Post UTME. Have you asked why?
Because cheating is easier in waec and Neco.
Please say what you're sure of. I'm a student of EBSU. They don't accept two sittings. Be guided.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ikemsinachi(m): 10:44am On Jan 10
Ifyjoshblaze:
Hi guys
I want to know how fast the calendar of Ebonyi State University MBBS program is
Would really appreciate genuine info.
6yrs and among other medical schools in Nigeria, they're among the fastest currently.
Can't believe that 2013 set are set to graduate early next year.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 10:50am On Jan 10
Ikemsinachi:
6yrs and among other medical schools in Nigeria, they're among the fastest currently.
Can't believe that 2013 set are set to graduate early next year.

Do you mean early this year, cos 2013 set is supposed to graduate this year, not next year?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by RectusAbdominis(m): 12:08pm On Jan 10
Ikemsinachi:
Please say what you're sure of. I'm a student of EBSU. They don't accept two sittings. Be guided.
I'm not the one who mentioned EBSU.
Salam bro

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by holuwharsheun4: 7:37am On Jan 11
Orezy5:


Point of correction sire..

Dental Students in OAU and other Medical schools offer more than those three courses. They'd also offer their departmental/faculty courses.

And failing just one of those courses doesn't lead to outright withdrawal. You simply resit the paper

Good morning bro,Pls can I have your whatsapp digits?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dearpiriye: 4:16pm On Jan 11
Elzak:
Are u guys not part of the strike
no we aren't.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by 6ixty9ine(m): 4:24pm On Jan 11
ISISs:



The both are good, my boss mandey was kind enough to answer u with nice reasons nd yet u went ahead to still torment with bold letters asking which one is better..


Now draw closer, open ur ears with ur lower limb..

The both courses are professional.. It depends on what uve dreamt and want to become, if u ask which one is better of the other the third time, then i'll conclude that u are the ego kind of person hence, the reason u re asking before choosing one of these career path.

Now, between "spoon" and "fork" which one is better..?
grin

It depends on what u want to eat ryt??

If u go ahead and say, eventhough it depends on what u want to eat, spoon still has a wide range of use than fork, it then means argument dey hungry u...and i will fight you grin grin
thanks guys am happy u helped me

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Kolombz: 9:31am On Jan 12
ayotukanmi:
Good Morning Medics In the house...
Pls any AAU Medical student in the house?
.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Gregdcutie(m): 10:15am On Jan 12
Good morning House, Happy new year to us all. I've been an ardent follower of this thread and it was undoubtedly one of the things that kept me encouraged in my pursuit of the MBBS. I just wanted to take out my time to encourage all those that have kept the thread alive with comments and contributions. God bless us all.
However recently I started to visit other subforums on Nairaland and I stumbled on the health subforum. I was nothing short of sad and heartbroken. I want to encourage us to once in a while visit this sub-forum. It's pretty preposterous the things Nigerians are selling to others in the name of a "cure" even to diseases and conditions that science hasn't yet found a cure to. And people are buying into it, abandoning their medical treatment and paying through their noses to purchase these things yet their health keep deteriorating and I have realised that although ignorance is in part responsible, we also can be held responsible as even though there is a dearth of medical professionals in Nigeria, those left as well as us students have failed in our collective responsibility to continually encourage patients and their loved ones to desist seeking help from these people and when necessary call out these guys for what they truly are "frauds".
I have been a clinical student for a while and I've met patients whose ignorance have been exploited and others who have lost friends and loved ones to these heartless fraudsters . In our own little circle of influence we can begin to change that narrative. Let's start right here on Nairaland!. Longlivethisthread! LonglivethemedicalProfession!

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBrainiac1: 6:10pm On Jan 12
Hello to all the medics in the house!!! I have been following this group for a while now! You are really doing a great work!!! I'm a medical aspirant and doing Ijmb programme!!! Will be writing my final exams this month!! HOPE AM WELCOMED??��

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrOptimistic: 7:04pm On Jan 12
Starfx:


U wont believe that I initially applied for medicine but was given pharmacy, not because my score was bad (Pharmacy cut off is almost as high as that of medicine, it's just a rule of not giving a second choicer medicine and law) .


So I had to accept the course and reapply for medicine the next year.

PS:pharmacy is a nice course


Does ESUT accept second choice?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Starfx: 7:27pm On Jan 12
DrOptimistic:



Does ESUT accept second choice?

Yeah they accept them to write their post utme ..
But they will not give you (as a second choicer) admission in to competitive course like medicine, pharmacy, law e,t.c no Matter how high ur score is

They will consider u for a non competitive course let's say fishery .
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBrainiac1: 3:25pm On Jan 13
SALAM!!! Hsd to you all!!!! Pls any medical student in ABU here?? Just need some few questions to ask!! Thanks!!!!
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Dbrainiac1(m): 12:40am On Jan 14
DrBrainiac1:
Hello to all the medics in the house!!!
I have been following this group for a while now!
You are really doing a great work!!!
I'm a medical aspirant and doing Ijmb programme!!!
Will be writing my final exams this month!!
HOPE AM WELCOMED??��

shocked

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by rapboss(m): 11:25am On Jan 14
Dbrainiac1:

shocked
Lol ��� I don't think so!!!
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by rapboss(m): 11:27am On Jan 14
DrBrainiac1:
Hello to all the medics in the house!!! I have been following this group for a while now! You are really doing a great work!!! I'm a medical aspirant and doing Ijmb programme!!! Will be writing my final exams this month!! HOPE AM WELCOMED??��
Nope!!! You ain't welcome!!! Huh!! Use the door!!! �����
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Christopheruche: 12:36pm On Jan 14
Udusok
this school accepts two sitting.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBrainiac1: 6:01am On Jan 15
rapboss:
Nope!!! You ain't welcome!!! Huh!! Use the door!!! �����
Who is this one I assume u didn't mean what you said!!!
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ajahz01: 6:28am On Jan 15
[b][/b]hi fellow medics am new here
Pls what are the name of the textbook and author, required for preclinical.


#God bless us plenty

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