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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by oxladexo(m): 5:31pm On Aug 31
Itsceejay009:


Ok, I just finished writing their post utme and I need some advice
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBeelal: 8:31am On Sep 01
ISISs:

Reason with me.




Sir OK plz how can we chat privately
I really need your help
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by PublicHealthNig: 4:36pm On Sep 01
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TONYE001(m): 11:55pm On Sep 01
All over the news with over a million views,
The world over, hammering on the Nigerian crew.
They say we are crooked, for corruption we brew,
I try to tell them, the bad are few
But they say no! This lie ain't new.

I drag 'piration from Falz,
To his vocals Goliath must fall.
Arm yourselves let's go to war,
Our bullets, our words,
Our guns, our re-solve.

I'm tired of the bad -
The corrupt bring to our land.
They paint our nation black,
The green has left the flag.
They steal our resource, we clap
And they destroy our future, we nap.

...to be continued..

T.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 2:03am On Sep 02
DrBeelal:





Sir OK plz how can we chat privately
I really need your help
Tweeter
Dr Xlow
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by hacknana: 2:05am On Sep 02
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by olavoice(m): 8:26am On Sep 02
Good morning everyone, my Bro had 284 in utme, 3 As and 2 Bs in WAEC and 19 in Unilag's screening test making an Aggregate of 72% for medicine and surgery. He wants to change to EBSU ASAP, Pls what are his chances as a non indigene? What steps should he take? Which other school can he change to, uniabuja?
Thank you
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DrBeelal: 9:32am On Sep 02
ISISs:

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Dr Xlow
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Acecube(m): 9:48am On Sep 02
TONYE001:
UniAbuja applicants. This year, there is a very high indication that the school would conduct post UTME exams and it's likely to be in the month of September.

Prepare.

Good morning.
Morning sir, please is there a chance it will also apply to their DE applicants. And is their MBBS accredited ?

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by olavoice(m): 10:15am On Sep 02
olavoice:
Good morning everyone, my Bro had 284 in utme, 3 As and 2 Bs in WAEC and 19 in Unilag's screening test making an Aggregate of 72% for medicine and surgery. He wants to change to EBSU ASAP, Pls what are his chances as a non indigene? What steps should he take? Which other school can he change to, uniabuja?
Thank you

Someone should kindly answer my post �
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by olavoice(m): 10:16am On Sep 02
olavoice:
Good morning everyone, my Bro had 284 in utme, 3 As and 2 Bs in WAEC and 19 in Unilag's screening test making an Aggregate of 72% for medicine and surgery. He wants to change to EBSU ASAP, Pls what are his chances as a non indigene? What steps should he take? Which other school can he change to, uniabuja?
Thank you

Someone should kindly answer my post
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TONYE001(m): 11:40am On Sep 02
Acecube:
Morning sir, please is there a chance it will also apply to their DE applicants. And is their MBBS accredited ?

Accredited, yes, about the DE, don't know.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Acecube(m): 12:48pm On Sep 02
TONYE001:


Accredited, yes, about the DE, don't know.
okay thanks boss
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Vikky014(f): 1:25pm On Sep 02
Acecube:
Morning sir, please is there a chance it will also apply to their DE applicants. And is their MBBS accredited ?
TONYE001:


Accredited, yes, about the DE, don't know.
Acecube:
Morning sir, please is there a chance it will also apply to their DE applicants. And is their MBBS accredited ?
help us and find out pls
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by daughterofeve(f): 9:00am On Sep 03
olavoice:


Someone should kindly answer my post
Should have put in for Lasu......from calculation his score would be 81% or there about, would have stood a better chance there even as a non indigene, but not too late, still few options to explore
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Somto5: 9:14am On Sep 03
olavoice:
Good morning everyone, my Bro had 284 in utme, 3 As and 2 Bs in WAEC and 19 in Unilag's screening test making an Aggregate of 72% for medicine and surgery. He wants to change to EBSU ASAP, Pls what are his chances as a non indigene? What steps should he take? Which other school can he change to, uniabuja?
Thank you
Only 300+ guarantees you a merit mbbs slot in UNIABUJA.
Don't risk 284 without connection.
U can get an allied health or basic medical science course with ur scores in unilag.
The closest to Med in UNIABUJA is vet med, then biological sciences kiss
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Somto5: 9:17am On Sep 03
Acecube:
Morning sir, please is there a chance it will also apply to their DE applicants. And is their MBBS accredited ?
DE applicants are also likely going to write the aptitude test. It's the first time tho. The New VC is really turning things around for good.
Mbbs is fully accredited in UNIABUJA.
They inducted the 3rd set of doctors sometimes May this year.
The MDCN rep announced that 6 out of 7 from the first set passed primaries at first sitting.
It's the only medical school in the country with all lecturers being mbbs holders

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TONYE001(m): 9:30am On Sep 03
Somto5:

Mbbs is fully accredited in UNIABUJA.
They inducted the 3rd set of doctors sometimes May this year.
The MDCN rep announced that 6 out of 7 from the first set passed primaries at first sitting.
It's the only medical school in the country with all lecturers being mbbs holders

Stating that the University of Abuja is the only medical school in the country that has only MBBS holders as lecturers is not only an unfounded claim but is also false.

As doctors, or doctors-to-be, let's learn to speak on things based on facts, please.

Good morning.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Somto5: 9:53am On Sep 03
TONYE001:


Stating that the University of Abuja is the only medical school in the country that has only MBBS holders as lecturers is not only an unfounded claim but is also false.

As doctors, or doctors-to-be, let's learn to speak on things based on facts, please.

Good morning.
You could have countered the claim with facts but you didn't.

I state again, and challenge you to tell us one other school that doesn't have basic medical science lecturers taking mbbs students in 200 and 300Levels.

That's how to raise rejoinders, learn it chief.

Medical students here who were not taken/not being taken by non mbbs holders in their preclinicals too can help Tonye

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Acecube(m): 9:59am On Sep 03
Somto5:

DE applicants are also likely going to write the aptitude test. It's the first time tho. The New VC is really turning things around for good.
Mbbs is fully accredited in UNIABUJA.
They inducted the 3rd set of doctors sometimes May this year.
The MDCN rep announced that 6 out of 7 from the first set passed primaries at first sitting.
It's the only medical school in the country with all lecturers being mbbs holders
Thanks boss
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TONYE001(m): 10:09am On Sep 03
Somto5:

You could have countered the claim with facts but you didn't.

I state again, and challenge you to tell us one other school that doesn't have basic medical science lecturers taking mbbs students in 200 and 300Levels.

That's how to raise rejoinders, learn it chief.

Medical students here who were not taken by non mbbs holders in their preclinicals too can help Tonye

My brother, I naturally wouldn't have responded to this post but for the sake of passing the right info to others here, I would.

Preclinicals/Basic Medical Sciences: There's a Biochemistry lecturer that doesn't have MBBS. He's got a PhD.

Basic Clinicals: There's a Pharmacology professor that doesn't have MBBS.

Thank you.

Lastly, this isn't an I'm-right-you-are-wrong discussion. Strictly, it isn't.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Somto5: 11:02am On Sep 03
TONYE001:


My brother, I naturally wouldn't have responded to this post but for the sake of passing the right info to others here, I would.

Preclinicals/Basic Medical Sciences: There's a Biochemistry lecturer that doesn't have MBBS. He's got a PhD.

Basic Clinicals: There's a Pharmacology professor that doesn't have MBBS.

Thank you.

Lastly, this isn't an I'm-right-you-are-wrong discussion. Strictly, it isn't.
Smiles.
Seems you were the one that collected their MBBS. Lolll.
Oga, get ur facts right. How I wish there is another of ur colleagues here who is more regular in school to tell you what you don't know.

I know shifting grounds as your thing though.
Initially it was this "... Stating that the University of Abuja is the only medical school in the country that has only MBBS holders as lecturers...

Tell us another school, since UNIABUJA is not the ONLY,

Then it became snatching mbbs from innocent doctors grin cheesy

It wasn't a thing of who is right/wrong but here are two contrasting claims... Both could be right, yeah?
You wouldn't reply ordinarily but lack the facts on the subject matter.

Meanwhile, this will be my last reply to you because I avoid giving attention to half knowldege. If you like, you can say your consultants too are physiology profs sef, I have passed the point and it's opened to anyone who wish to verify.

It will do you lotta good to find out what is what in your College Or probably one of these days I see you around, you would point to which Pharmacology Prof and BCM lecturer who aren't mbbs holders

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 12:51am On Sep 04
Somto5:

You could have countered the claim with facts but you didn't.

I state again, and challenge you to tell us one other school that doesn't have basic medical science lecturers taking mbbs students in 200 and 300Levels.

That's how to raise rejoinders, learn it chief.

Medical students here who were not taken/not being taken by non mbbs holders in their preclinicals too can help Tonye
Having medical doctors as basic medical science lecturers doesn't even mean anything. Teaching is like a gift. Those non-medical doctors who teach basic medical science are as good as their medical doctor counterparts. So, it's needless saying that UniAbuja is the only medical school in Nigeria with purely medical doctors as lecturers. Even in Harvard, non-medical doctors still teach basic medical science courses to medical students. Besides, UniAbuja, as of 5 years ago, was shit! I don't even count it as a good medical school.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by pinnacletutors: 1:57am On Sep 04
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Sultan5(m): 4:34am On Sep 05
Mandeyy:
Having medical doctors as basic medical science lecturers doesn't even mean anything. Teaching is like a gift. Those non-medical doctors who teach basic medical science are as good as their medical doctor counterparts. So, it's needless saying that UniAbuja is the only medical school in Nigeria with purely medical doctors as lecturers. Even in Harvard, non-medical doctors still teach basic medical science courses to medical students. Besides, UniAbuja, as of 5 years ago, was shit! I don't even count it as a good medical school.

As in I don't get the importance of having only mbbs holders as lecturers. Its not a big deal at all. Non mbbs holders still do an amazing job impacting knowledge sometimes even better than certain mbbs holders. I see no reason for this to be a bone of contention really.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by horpeyemmi66(m): 11:31am On Sep 05
Somto5:

You could have countered the claim with facts but you didn't.

I state again, and challenge you to tell us one other school that doesn't have basic medical science lecturers taking mbbs students in 200 and 300Levels.

That's how to raise rejoinders, learn it chief.

Medical students here who were not taken/not being taken by non mbbs holders in their preclinicals too can help Tonye
To be succinct and concise, having MB;BS (or BDS at that) does not mean they would be better lecturers of the Basic Medical Sciences. In most instances those who did either pure Physiology, Anatomy or Biochemistry(although you don't get to see a lot of MB;BS holders in this field) are usually better off. Hence, your assumptions are largely unfounded.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by eddyeti: 12:19pm On Sep 05
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 12:48pm On Sep 05
Mandeyy:
Having medical doctors as basic medical science lecturers doesn't even mean anything. Teaching is like a gift. Those non-medical doctors who teach basic medical science are as good as their medical doctor counterparts. So, it's needless saying that UniAbuja is the only medical school in Nigeria with purely medical doctors as lecturers. Even in Harvard, non-medical doctors still teach basic medical science courses to medical students. Besides, UniAbuja, as of 5 years ago, was shit! I don't even count it as a good medical school.

That Uni doesn't deserve the federal tag at all.
Arguably the worst federal University with a big name offering mbbs.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Protein0: 1:37pm On Sep 05
The indicators that supposed medical doctors or students here use to rate schools are annoying.
How they come to some conclusions is more annoying. Amazingly, most people stay at the comfort of their homes, dishing out the "best" and the "worst" schools. Such people are derailing the thread fast. I will implore those set of people to read the early pages of this thread and maintain the status quo.
The thread is meant to be for stuffs and guide aspirants which the topic clearly points to.
Let's the guided please. kiss
Modified: I went through the profiles(previous posts/topics) of some indicted posters,
most of them are confirmed not to even be medical students or doctors. Very funny.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ifyjoshblaze(m): 10:58pm On Sep 05
Protein0:
The indicators that supposed medical doctors or students here use to rate schools are annoying.
How they come to some conclusions is more annoying. Amazingly, most people stay at the comfort of their homes, dishing out the "best" and the "worst" schools. Such people are derailing the thread fast. I will implore those set of people to read the early pages of this thread and maintain the status quo.
The thread is meant to be for stuffs and guide aspirants which the topic clearly points to.
Let's the guided please. kiss
Modified: I went through the profiles(previous posts/topics) of some indicted posters,
most of them are confirmed not to even be medical students or doctors. Very funny.

And water is wet.

Almost everyone here knows that I am not a medical student(hopefully not for long) so that jab at the end is just dry.

You could've just quoted me directly instead of spewing all round trash.

If you think talking about good or bad medical schools in a "medical students and aspirants" platform(no matter the yardstick used),is a way of derailing the thread then you need to get your head checked.

I still maintain that Uniabuja's medical school does not deserve the Federal tag, I didn't say that it's not a good medical school,not hard to understand.

The yardstick I used is nobody's biz, it's my opinion,if you have a problem with that state your own opinion(s) or move on.

If you are really after the non derailment of this thread and not just a smokescreen statement to paper over your main message of anger with my specific postulation then you should've been speaking up before now cos many "real" derailment fodder appear here from time to time and I've never seen you speak up.

Stick to your lane.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mandeyy: 12:00am On Sep 06
Protein0:
The indicators that supposed medical doctors or students here use to rate schools are annoying.
How they come to some conclusions is more annoying. Amazingly, most people stay at the comfort of their homes, dishing out the "best" and the "worst" schools. Such people are derailing the thread fast. I will implore those set of people to read the early pages of this thread and maintain the status quo.
The thread is meant to be for stuffs and guide aspirants which the topic clearly points to.
Let's the guided please. kiss
Modified: I went through the profiles(previous posts/topics) of some indicted posters,
most of them are confirmed not to even be medical students or doctors. Very funny.
Why must you be going through people's profiles to confirm who is a medical doctor or a medical student? It's not good; stop it. Everybody has the liberty to air his or her views. Stop assuming unnecessary airs. A person might even be a medical student or doctor without his or her profile or posts giving any clue about it. How some people like you judge others is mind-boggling.

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