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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by ARCHEMEDESME(m): 10:31pm On Jun 21
Ruggedfighter:
Pls guys, can I get little reviews on my diary?
it's cool , I like it.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Miracood2(m): 6:05am On Jun 23
Ruggedfighter:
Pls guys, can I get little reviews on my diary?
just went through it. Nice
Continue please..

But 320+ and no admission? Damnn..
If it's here in the North, all nothern big schools will give a first class treatment.

I'm talking about schools like A.b.u B.u.k just name it..
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by OJay360(m): 6:42am On Jun 23
Pls, someone should add me, 09081436674 to Uniben aspirant WhatsApp group
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ruggedfighter: 6:52am On Jun 23
ARCHEMEDESME:

it's cool , I like it.
Thanks boss
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ruggedfighter: 6:55am On Jun 23
Miracood2:
just went through it. Nice
Continue please..

But 320+ and no admission? Damnn..
If it's here in the North, all nothern big schools will give a first class treatment.

I'm talking about schools like A.b.u B.u.k just name it..
Thanks boss

Schools here are very tough to enter, u have to be prepared physically, spiritually, mentally, emotionally et al to get medicine here even with ur 350. I really wanted to school in the north but mom doesn't even want to hear. I'm glad I made it finally

I'll continue in a bit. Thanks for following sir!

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Akintundexxy: 7:54am On Jun 23
Ruggedfighter:
Pls guys, can I get little reviews on my diary?
It's more like finding the meaning of the idioms used in the novel.

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Gamechanger45(m): 8:17am On Jun 23
Ruggedfighter:
Pls guys, can I get little reviews on my diary?
boss please go and continue, it's inspiring for upcoming like us

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by IQvectors: 8:27am On Jun 23
Gamechanger45:
boss please go and continue, it's inspiring for upcoming like us

@ruggedfighter this guy is right pls don't put us at hiatus. smiley

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Supib1997(m): 10:54am On Jun 23
Ruggedfighter:
Pls guys, can I get little reviews on my diary?
I love it pls continue

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Gamechanger45(m): 11:27am On Jun 23
Bosses in the house, please want ask if it's possible for a med student to enroll in side hustle and still be studying. If yes, please what type of side hustle do you recommend.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Supib1997(m): 5:24pm On Jun 24
Ruggedfighter:
Pls guys, can I get little reviews on my diary?
You don't tell the name of the school nah

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Oluwaseun1995: 2:27am On Jun 26
Supib1997:

You don't tell the name of the school nah

He mustn't reveal his identity, telling the name of the school will only expose his identity
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Ademola47(m): 10:51am On Jun 26
Supib1997:

You don't tell the name of the school nah


Most likely OAU or UI from the available info he posted.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by pepetheclown: 12:06pm On Jun 26
Who has seen their Jamb score?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Supib1997(m): 2:01pm On Jun 26
Ademola47:



Most likely OAU or UI from the available info he posted.
Not both schools you mentioned,because he said the school didn't conduct post utme, only jamb was used

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Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by pepetheclown: 6:23pm On Jun 26
My name Mr. Egg
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by kel94(m): 7:13pm On Jun 26
Ademola47:



Most likely OAU or UI from the available info he posted.
It's actually a university in the south south part. I know this because I was admitted too smiley.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Drixlee: 11:43pm On Jun 26
So 280 no fit get for unimaid
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Drixlee: 11:48pm On Jun 26
I had 284 in jamb ,which University is most likely for me to enter ,advice please,I am considering unimaid and ABU but security is my main fear
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by lenghtinny(m): 1:10am On Jun 27
Akintundexxy:
can anyone pls recommend a state university in south west to study medicine with a very fast academic calendar?
University of Medical sciences Ondo state....

No ASUU wahala but tuition fee is a little bit on the high side
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by lenghtinny(m): 1:16am On Jun 27
Drixlee:
So 280 no fit get for unimaid
On the average, 280 is good to go for Mbbs, but you must be ready to make up for the lost marks in the post utme exam.

How easy or difficult that's going to be varies from school to school......
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by CentiLion(m): 7:36am On Jun 27
Drixlee:
I had 284 in jamb ,which University is most likely for me to enter ,advice please,I am considering unimaid and ABU but security is my main fear
284 is good but not too high for MBBS especially a federal uni with tens of thousands of applicants applying every year. UniMaid does not conduct post utme to make up your score. I would only advise to apply them if you are from catchment area,else choose another.
As for ABU, unless you can smash the post utme well, ABU competition no be here.
If your O'level result is littered with A's and B's, I would say UniJos.
Your 284 score is best suited for a state uni.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Akintundexxy: 7:45am On Jun 27
Someone should pls tell me about Lautech admission?
Jamb don change mah mind, I swear, this is not my score.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Vitamin17(m): 8:04am On Jun 27
Akintundexxy:
Someone should pls tell me about Lautech admission?
Jamb don change mah mind, I swear, this is not my score.

grin..you saw yours..me i no see at all grin
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Drixlee: 8:46am On Jun 27
It seems I'll try unimed ,please where can I get unimed aspirant WhatsApp group ,zero8163500940
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Drixlee: 8:47am On Jun 27
Can I try oou
CentiLion:

284 is good but not too high for MBBS especially a federal uni with tens of thousands of applicants applying every year. UniMaid does not conduct post utme to make up your score. I would only advise to apply them if you are from catchment area,else choose another.
As for ABU, unless you can smash the post utme well, ABU competition no be here.
If your O'level result is littered with A's and B's, I would say UniJos.
Your 284 score is best suited for a state uni.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Drixlee: 8:58am On Jun 27
I will like to try several schools but you know out systems you can't apply to several schools at once please help me I need to find a suitable school
lenghtinny:

On the average, 280 is good to go for Mbbs, but you must be ready to make up for the lost marks in the post utme exam.

How easy or difficult that's going to be varies from school to school......
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Akintundexxy: 9:35am On Jun 27
Vitamin17:


grin..you saw yours..me i no see at all grin
Withheld?
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by lenghtinny(m): 10:55am On Jun 27
Drixlee:
I will like to try several schools but you know out systems you can't apply to several schools at once please help me I need to find a suitable school
Honestly, your best bet is to try state universities with that score to be on the safer side because federal unis are way more competitive than them.
Even these days, state unis are getting more competitive but you still stand a good chance than a federal school.

Try schools that conducts post utme exam to make up for the deficit but be ready to work twice as hard.

If you have a solid O'level result, try schools that uses O'level screening but calculate your aggregate first based on the school's criteria to know your chances first.

Not everyone in med school got in with 300+ in utme, you just have to do your homework well and be realistic.

Go to where you stand a higher chance of getting in. When you become a doc, no one would care whether you finished from Eksu or Udus.
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by philaretus: 12:48pm On Jun 27
Hello
I just got admitted for BDS in OAU..and I'd like to ask the medics in the house...particularly from OAU..if OAU pays clinical fees
Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Alexaonfleek: 1:01pm On Jun 27
Drixlee:
I had 284 in jamb ,which University is most likely for me to enter ,advice please,I am considering unimaid and ABU but security is my main fear
You don't fear for your life?
If you're going to school in the North now,keep ransom money as you're saving for school fees
And your score isn't bad too....considering that a lot of people failed this year's jamb

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