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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Eben331: 7:23pm On Sep 09, 2020
militarydoctor:
I had 251 in jamb, O level, 2 A1, 1 B3 and 2 C5......any hope? cry

You have a fair chance. The quota for MBBS in EKSU is 50 though they admit more than that. They graduated their first set of medical doctors last year. The school fee is a bit expensive.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Dreeam: 11:48am On Sep 10, 2020
Dream here, hello everyone. I am a new member at NL thread.

Does anyone know the previous number of students that was admitted as of the 2019/20 academic session for the university of Uyo, Medicine and Surgery?
The average cutoff mark for past years, their criteria for offering admission and an example of
a scenario where the criteria is being met to boot?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Martins134: 4:04pm On Sep 10, 2020
Does anyone here know about COOU pharmacy?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by webcrawlers00: 5:36pm On Sep 10, 2020
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by MedicsDomain: 5:46pm On Sep 10, 2020
MrEgghead:
It's better you start with Keith Moore for now, probably towards your MB, you can use Last Anatomy for revision purposes.
Using Last Anatomy' for a start may predispose you to brain percussion.
Exactly why Keith Moore is the best. It explains the concepts in a way that you’ll understand easily. But reading complex texts like last will make you feel like it’s hard.
Last is great after you’ve learnt anatomy and not for first learning.
Meanwhile you can download the pdf free version of Keith Moore through this link:

https://medicsdomain.com/keith-moore-anatomy-pdf-free-download/

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ISISs(m): 6:02am On Sep 13, 2020
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by militarydoctor: 3:39pm On Sep 15, 2020
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mhizfateemah(f): 8:28pm On Sep 17, 2020
Pls doctor in the house is it really possible to change from bds to mbbs after 2yrs of bagging BDS degree?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by exynos(m): 8:54pm On Sep 17, 2020
Dreeam:
Dream here, hello everyone. I am a new member at NL thread.

Does anyone know the previous number of students that was admitted as of the 2019/20 academic session for the university of Uyo, Medicine and Surgery?
The average cutoff mark for past years, their criteria for offering admission and an example of
a scenario where the criteria is being met to boot?



OwoukoUrua
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by MrEgghead(m): 12:03am On Sep 18, 2020
Mhizfateemah:
Pls doctor in the house is it really possible to change from bds to mbbs after 2yrs of bagging BDS degree?
I have equally heard about it but I've not seen anyone who did it.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by TeflonBlixx: 1:12am On Sep 18, 2020
Mhizfateemah:
Pls doctor in the house is it really possible to change from bds to mbbs after 2yrs of bagging BDS degree?



Why not just go for your MBBS straight?

LMFAO.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Vcojuro: 5:51pm On Sep 18, 2020
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dcrested(m): 6:03pm On Sep 18, 2020
Dreeam:
Dream here, hello everyone. I am a new member at NL thread.

Does anyone know the previous number of students that was admitted as of the 2019/20 academic session for the university of Uyo, Medicine and Surgery?
The average cutoff mark for past years, their criteria for offering admission and an example of
a scenario where the criteria is being met to boot?


Uniuyo has a quota of 50 for Medsurg but they might admit slightly higher than that.

If you had up to 300+, to be on the safe side then you are good to go.

You just need credit and above in your core subjects and a jamb score like the one stated above.

Although last year people got admitted with 290+, I don’t know how this year might be with scores I have seen so far.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DarkPheonix: 6:45pm On Sep 18, 2020
This year admission will be somewhat tight oo, as schools won't admit more than their giving quota especially medical courses, jamb withdrawed the right to edit the quota of some schools because, they admitted way more than the quota and if those schools admit more than the quota again this year especially into all these professional courses the school will lose accreditation for those courses......

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by PECng: 7:14pm On Sep 18, 2020
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mhizfateemah(f): 7:30pm On Sep 18, 2020
TeflonBlixx:




Why not just go for your MBBS straight?

LMFAO.
I don't want to risk it
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Mhizfateemah(f): 7:31pm On Sep 18, 2020
MrEgghead:
I have equally heard about it but I've not seen anyone who did it.
Thank you
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by drvt: 8:49pm On Sep 18, 2020
DarkPheonix:
This year admission will be somewhat tight oo, as schools won't admit more than their giving quota especially medical courses, jamb withdrawed the right to edit the quota of some schools because, they admitted way more than the quota and if those schools admit more than the quota again this year especially into all these professional courses the school will lose accreditation for those courses......


I dey tell you chief...alot of 300+ will also sink along. aspirants just need to be smart with decision making.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by DarkPheonix: 10:43pm On Sep 18, 2020
drvt:
I dey tell you chief...alot of 300+ will also sink along. aspirants just need to be smart with decision making.
Swears, less space and more aspirant.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ColdSweat(m): 3:45pm On Sep 20, 2020
Good afternoon y’all

I’m a 300l medical student in one of the private universities in Nigeria but I intend transferring to a public university after my first MB hopefully this year.

Please if you’ve succeeded in transferring from a private to a public university, I’ll like you to guide me on how to make mine successful

NB: my results are good too


Thanks
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Oluwaseun1995: 8:09pm On Sep 20, 2020
ColdSweat:
Good afternoon y’all

I’m a 300l medical student in one of the private universities in Nigeria but I intend transferring to a public university after my first MB hopefully this year.

Please if you’ve succeeded in transferring from a private to a public university, I’ll like you to guide me on how to make mine successful

NB: my results are good too


Thanks

It'll be better you transfer to a state University such as Uniosun, UNIMED, lautech and so on cos most Federal Universities do overuse their carrying capacity. And I doubt if Federal universities accept transfer into year 3, cos most transfer students are usually accepted in year 2

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ColdSweat(m): 8:14pm On Sep 20, 2020
Oluwaseun1995:


It'll be better you transfer to a state University such as Uniosun, UNIMED, lautech and so on cos most Federal Universities do overuse their carrying capacity. And I doubt if Federal universities accept transfer into year 3, cos most transfer students are usually accepted in year 2
is it possible to transfer to 400l
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Dreeam: 9:26pm On Sep 20, 2020
What do you think the cut off will be for this year Sir?
@dcrested.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by dcrested(m): 8:26am On Sep 21, 2020
@Dreeam

Like I said earlier, “I don’t know how this year would be”.

If you had more than 310 in Jamb, then there is nothing to worry about just pray.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by MedicsDomain: 10:47am On Sep 21, 2020
drvt:
I dey tell you chief...alot of 300+ will also sink along. aspirants just need to be smart with decision making.
Exactly why they need a well detailed guide to direct them on decision making.
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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Abcruz(m): 6:20pm On Sep 21, 2020
Mhizfateemah:

I don't want to risk it

Then follow your choice.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Thewhizzkid1(m): 8:22pm On Sep 21, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJJJ_tTmLuU

In the spirit of resumption, refresh your memory or load it with this well explained video on
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You could help me share too to your groups if you're in 400L.
I'll appreciate.. grin

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by aboking: 1:17am On Sep 22, 2020
ColdSweat:
is it possible to transfer to 400l
No school accept transfer in 400l
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ejehijustice(m): 8:42am On Sep 22, 2020
aboking:
No school accept transfer in 400l
Please sir, I need your WhatsApp contact
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by osamagbesmart(m): 9:07am On Sep 22, 2020
Goodevening house, please has any one received payment for MUSTE scholarship this year,I'm a new awardee and I'm also having issues logging in cos of password,is there anyone who has idea of how I can contact them cos their email message isn't delivering
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by aboking: 10:58am On Sep 22, 2020
ejehijustice:
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