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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 12:09am On Apr 19
Mandeyy:
I was in dentistry there before. UNN also accepts 2.2 in any basic medical or biological science course for Medicine too. However, the candidate has to score up to 320 or above in its post-DE (similar to post-utme). Even if you graduated with 2.1 and scored low in its post-DE, while a 2.2 degree holder scored high, UNN will offer admission to the 2.2 degree holder first.
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Where are you now bro?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by stevawn(m): 1:29pm On Apr 19
Mandeyy:
I was in dentistry there before. UNN also accepts 2.2 in any basic medical or biological science course for Medicine too. However, the candidate has to score up to 320 or above in its post-DE (similar to post-utme). Even if you graduated with 2.1 and scored low in its post-DE, while a 2.2 degree holder scored high, UNN will offer admission to the 2.2 degree holder first.

Please bros I have sent you an email. Kindly respond, i really need your assistance on some clarification. Best regards.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 6:29pm On Apr 20
ISISs:
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Where are you now bro?

EBSU

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 6:47pm On Apr 20
Mandeyy:
EBSU

Bro, flash my number, i'll call you.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Rursh(m): 7:24pm On Apr 20
ISISs:


Bro, flash my number, i'll call you.

ZeroEight1zero59threenine5one3.
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Isis, Nwanne m. Kee ije?

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 10:46am On Apr 21
Rursh:
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Isis, Nwanne m. Kee ije?
Odogwu nwokem.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by kenine45: 11:38pm On Apr 24
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by NnaemekaJude(m): 6:56pm On Apr 25
ISISs:


Fight for dentistry with your life bro... The cutoff is not up to 300 as at now in my school, last years cut off was 294-297 or so, so u have the chance before buhari release sense to nigerians the nxt 4yrs.

Hold ur physio tight anyway, it is a nice course too buh then, study for jamb to score high regardless.



Dentistry is like the engineering in the branch of medicine grin
Wen u see me rock my p-cap, jean and my pierced ear, u will concur... The art is it.. So, welcome in advance. (dont plan to come and dress spiro-coco, spiro-coco dressing is for our colleagues in medicine grin, i see them laughing. in this field. We drill only.)

Good evening all.
ISISs
UNN chief priest.



Nice talk. Confirm. Oil dey ur head Papa.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by kenine45: 1:58pm On Apr 26
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Vikky014(f): 6:34pm On Apr 26
Darcvader:
PLEASE HELP!!! I registered for DE jamb but I was in such an hurry i forgot to create jamb profile and I just realized after the deadline, please anyone know what I can do to fix this please ??

Which one is u forgot to create jamb profileare we supposed to create profile even after registering?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Deebliss(m): 11:46pm On Apr 26
Donwyz:
pls any uniuyo medical student in the house?....I would like to know the admission process and the admission quota and probably everything I need to know about med in the school..... pls help

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Donwyz(m): 1:48pm On Apr 27
Deebliss:

At your service Inbox me zero9zero311fourzero755 WhatsApp only.
lol....thanks
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 12:24am On Apr 29
NnaemekaJude:




Nice talk. Confirm. Oil dey ur head Papa.
grin grin my guy.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by doctormmusa(m): 12:58am On Apr 29
zenti99:
boss what about udusok mbbs any advice am from the south ondo state precisely. Had 318 last year but wasted it on ui. I want 2 try northern universities but I don't know what it entails
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by doctormmusa(m): 1:00am On Apr 29
zenti99:
boss what about udusok mbbs any advice am from the south ondo state precisely. Had 318 last year but wasted it on ui. I want 2 try northern universities but I don't know what it entails
you can try udusok or Atbu with that wasted score of urs. you will definitely get admission. I got admission in Atbu 2018/19 fresh with 281 to study medicine but I am from a catchment area.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Protein0: 6:27am On Apr 30
nurex01:


Please, I want you to have all your evidence before putting it on table that once you are a Muslim, you are admitted.


I'm now writing about Medicine and Surgery in Unilorin, most classes have many Christians compare to Muslims. Do the survey yourself and apply it to many departments like that in Unilorin.

All these Arguments people like you bring up has no basis. Unilorin admits more Christians
It's really annoying when some people say categorically, what they have no knowledge of.

Population of Christian medical and nursing students far outweigh that of Muslims despite being in a city commonly seen as an Islamic city (this is another fallacy too)

To the best of my knowledge, I don't know of any public medical school that admits based on religious affiliation. Tribe plays more roles in some regions, rather than religion.

The phobia is perceived, rather than being real. We should be guided on what we say please.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by nurex01(m): 8:04am On Apr 30
Protein0:

It's really annoying when some people say categorically, what they have no knowledge of.

Population of Christian medical and nursing students far outweigh that of Muslims despite being in a city commonly seen as an Islamic city (this is another fallacy too)

To the best of my knowledge, I don't know of any public medical school that admits based on religious affiliation. Tribe plays more roles in some regions, rather than religion.

The phobia is perceived, rather than being real. We should be guided on what we say please.

grin you got it Sir.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by charleymed(m): 8:15am On Apr 30
Protein0:

It's really annoying when some people say categorically, what they have no knowledge of.

Population of Christian medical and nursing students far outweigh that of Muslims despite being in a city commonly seen as an Islamic city (this is another fallacy too)

To the best of my knowledge, I don't know of any public medical school that admits based on religious affiliation. Tribe plays more roles in some regions, rather than religion.

The phobia is perceived, rather than being real. We should be guided on what we say please.
The only thing I know about Unilorin is that there are no clear-cut guidelines for admission, just like unijos. Someone can score 88 and still end up with nothing...
But admitting based on religious affiliation, that's not true. It's just like saying that ABU and Sokoto only admits Muslims, because I know alot Christians studying medicine and other professional courses in those schools. ABU best graduating student from medicine last year or so, is an Igbo guy who is a Christian. Let's try not to make things look worse than the really are.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 10:31am On Apr 30
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Prectega(m): 12:23pm On Apr 30
dunsin125:
I need someone to talk to about Delsu
Am inn 200l mbbs... Go on
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Protein0: 12:57pm On Apr 30
charleymed:

The only thing I know about Unilorin is that there are no clear-cut guidelines for admission, just like unijos. Someone can score 88 and still end up with nothing...
But admitting based on religious affiliation, that's not true. It's just like saying that ABU and Sokoto only admits Muslims, because I know alot Christians studying medicine and other professional courses in those schools. ABU best graduating student from medicine last year or so, is an Igbo guy who is a Christian. Let's try not to make things look worse than the really are.
Exactly.

That's the only true thing about unilorin admission... Admission process, especially for mbbs, isn't well defined.
No matter your scores, you can't beat your chest that you would be admitted unlike some schools where some marks do not need to wait for admission list before resuming sef. lolll. cheesy

All in all, I think each school has its peculiarities, especially for mbbs admission. These peculiarities are what most admission seekers are oblivious of and that is why candidate A with 270 will be admitted unaided in a school, while candidate B with 300+ won't be looked twice in another school.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 1:23pm On Apr 30
Prectega:

Am inn 200l mbbs... Go on
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Donwyz(m): 1:40pm On May 01
Deebliss:


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i have added you on WhatsApp but it seems you haven't been active on that platform for a while now
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by raje914: 8:47pm On May 03
doctormmusa:
you can try udusok or Atbu with that wasted score of urs. you will definitely get admission. I got admission in Atbu 2018/19 fresh with 281 to study medicine but I am from a catchment area.
If you're very young, come to ATBU..
But if you're not, pls don't come, their calendar is super slow and their MBBS is still not strong, they just accredit it again this year after some years of inactivity...
The main thing is, their academic calendar is super slow, their current 100level students are yet to resule since November last year.. Catchment area is also a concern

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by exynos(m): 10:43pm On May 03
ISISs:
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Where are you now bro?

Good evening sire, Please can you connect me with anyone studying MBBS at UDUSOK currently? I really to understand their admission process ASAP!

Best regards
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 12:02pm On May 04
Prectega:

Am inn 200l mbbs... Go on
bro
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Prectega(m): 2:03pm On May 04
dunsin125:
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dunsin125: 4:37pm On May 04
Prectega:
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by exynos(m): 8:40pm On May 04
exynos:

Good evening sire, Please can you connect me with anyone studying MBBS at UDUSOK currently? I really to understand their admission process ASAP!

Best regards

Anyone Please!!!
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by CentiLion(m): 4:24am On May 05
exynos:


Anyone Please!!!
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