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Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 6:24pm On Dec 12, 2012
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Jamb UTME Registration 2013 / 2014 Forms Out

Jamb UTME Registration 2013 / 2014 electronic Registration is currently ongoing. Please follow these Jamb details strictly.
JAMB 2013 Registration

The Joint Admissions & Matriculation Board (JAMB) has set up its website / portal to handle its 2013 Registration. You can visit the portal at www.jamb.org.ng/Unifiedtme2013/

From the above Jamb link, you can see that the portal is currently active and loading which means accredited registration scratch cards dealers will soon be given a license to operate throughout the federation.

Just to be on a safer side, we’ll advise all students to delay their registration till mid-December so as to avoid unforeseen failed registrations as was experienced during the 2012 registration.

Although the particular price of the scratch card is nonetheless to be proclaimed, the price of the registration scratch card is predicted to stay the same as the previous price which is N4,600 (Though Bank charges apply “This varies)

There will be two Options in filling the test mode this year.

1. Computer Based e-Testing (CBT) – This is an online mode of testing which implies the use of Computer / Laptops or other High definition devices (not sure of standard phones though)
2. Paper and Pencil Testing (PPT) – Offline Mode where you’ll be required to use a Sheet of paper as provided with a Pencil “PENCIL” – www.jamb.org.ng/Unifiedtme/default.aspx
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 6:35pm On Dec 12, 2012
Do you know that a total of six hundred and twenty three thousand and sixty nine(623,069) applicants out of the 1.5million who applied for the 2012 JAMB UTME are currently seeking admission from only 11 Universities, with a total carrying capacity, not exceeding 70,000 persons.

This means that over 554,000 persons would not be admitted, and would also purchase the next JAMB UTME form, increasing the number of applicants?

To beat this number to ur admission u need to start with having the right grade in ur o levels (waec neco nabteb a level gce etc) n have the right combination
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 6:37pm On Dec 12, 2012
These are some statistics of the JAMB UTME 2012
exams. You can check the JAMB results here
1,503,931 candidates wrote the 2012 UTME
States With The Most JAMB Applicants
123,865 applications came from Imo State
88,876 from Delta
84,204 from Anambra
73,935 from Osun
71,272 from Oyo
71,173 from Ogun
States With The Lowest JAMB Applicants
FCT had the lowest applications with 3,380
Followed by Sokoto with 5,664
Zamfara had 5,713
Yobe had 6,389
Kebbi had 7,364
Jigawa had 11,529
Universities With The Most Jamb Applicants
University of Lagos had 83,865 JAMB Applicants
Nnamdi Azikiwe, Akwa had 82,148
Uniben had 80,048
UNN had 79,398
Unilorin had76,276
OAU had 64,702
ABU had 56,708
Uniport had 48,439
UniUyo had 44,397
IMSU had 43,353
UI had 40,011
JAMB UTME 2012 Result Summary
Only 3 Scored 300 and above
901 candidates scored between 270 – 299
71,339 candidates scored between 250 – 269
601,151 candidates scored between 200 – 249
374, 920 candidates scored between 170 – 199
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 6:39pm On Dec 12, 2012
In the polytechnics section, Federal Polytechnic
Nekede has the highest number of applicants
so far with a total of 137,351 candidates who
applied for the institution as 1st Choice and
120,810 applied the school for 2nd choice.
Yabatech follows with a total of 104,782 1st
choice candidates and 65,979 2nd choice
Following Yabatech is Auchi Polytechnic with a
total of 86,280 of 1st Choice Candidates and
64,068 2nd choice candidates.
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 6:43pm On Dec 12, 2012
It's that time of the year again
when multitude of aspiring
university students have to apply
for jamb utme examination. For
some of you, this will be your 1st
(and hopefully last) experience.
For others though, this will be
the 2nd, 3rd, 4th or umpteenth
time of going through this
process. Whatever the case may
be, you all have one goal in
Unfortunately, gaining admission
in Nigeria is a rat race. To
understand just how competitive
it will be, it was estimated that in
the just concluded 2012/2013
utme, more than 1.5 million
candidates sat for the exam to
contend for 500,000 admission
slots. So what happened to the
remaining 1 million you may ask?
Your guess is as good as mine.
Every year, the number of
candidates applying for jamb
increases by at least a 100,000.
Part-time degree programmes
have been annuled by the Federal
Government in all universities
across the country, which will
bring the estimate of next year's
utme candidates to an
astronomically high number.
Hence preparation is sine qua
non. However, before you walk
into the nearest accredited
centre to register for jamb, it is
important that you have a basic
knowledge of which university to
choose, what course to apply for
and what subjects to select.
1. Which University to choose:
Before you decide to choose a
particular university as your first
or second choice, you need to
have a basic knowledge of how
the institution conducts its
admission process. Some
universities accept 1st and 2nd
choice candidates, while others
accept 1st choice candidates
ONLY. Also, some universities
accept candidates who have
attained an aggregate score of
180 in their utme exam while
others accept those who scored
200 ONLY. Before you choose an
institution as your 1st or 2nd
choice, your aim should be to
surpass its cut-off mark.
Whatever the cut-off mark may
be, try as much as possible to
score above 200 in your utme to
increase your chances of gaining
admission. However, life isn't so
rosy and peradventure one may
end up with a score inbetween
180-200. So what happens then?
First of all, know that no federal
institution accepts any score
below 200. So if you fall under
such a category, don't fret, simply
buy a change of institution form
when it's made available and
choose another university that
accepts your score. Also it is
important that you select an
institution that includes your
state of origin in its catchment
area. To expantiate, some
institutions have specific states
from which they select a majority
of candidates as its admitted
students i.e schools in the west
admit mostly students of western
origin and vice versa. So select
wisely and read hard.
2. What course to apply for:
Sadly, this is the major reason
why most students don't gain
admission. Many students, when
selecting a course of study,
always opt for the hot cake
courses i.e Medicine, Law,
Engineering, Banking & Finance,
Pharmacy etc and sometimes end
up getting an undesirable one or
none. Such courses are VERY
competitive and require high
scores both in the utme and
post-utme exams. Candidates go
further in making the mistake of
applying for a hot cake course in
both their 1st and 2nd choice
institutions. It is much wiser to
pick a course which is not
strongly sought after by a large
majority. However, i'm not in
anyway trying to dissuade
anyone from following his/her
dream in life. If you truly want to
pursue a career in law practice,
medical science etc, then read
hard and try as much as you can
to attain a high mark in your
utme and post-utme exams. Also
choose a course that suits your
field of study. Some parents
coerce their children who are art
students to study science
courses and vice versa, which is
wrong. Such students end up
performing poorly at the
university. Choose a course you
naturally have an interest in.
3. What subjects to select:
A simple but dangerous aspect if
not properly done. Most
candidatets after scoring high in
jamb and post-utme expect to
gain admission, only to be told to
step down for wrong subject
combination. Cases like that are
common but avoidable. Make
sure you consult your jamb
brochure to know the right
subject combination required by
your choice institution.
It is also important to have the
right attitude. Scoring high in
jamb doesn't guarantee your
admission, so don't relent in your
studies. Universities focus on
post-utme scores mostly, so
continue studying. Most answers given
before the exam turn out to be
wrong and many candidates fail
woefully. Use the syllabus
provided by the jamb board and
study hard. Purchase past
questions & answers pertaining
to your utme subjects and
practise answering them. If
possible, attend jamb tutorial
classes to further increase your
understanding. Admission is a
50/50 chance, so remember "NO
presumptuous. Do your best and
let God do the rest. I wish you all
a successful UTME

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Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 7:51pm On Dec 12, 2012
What is JAMB UTME?

JAMB is the body established by law to conduct matriculation examinations into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. JAMB used to conduct two matriculation examinations in Nigeria, the Jamb UME, a University matriculation examination, and the Jamb MPCE (also called Poly Jamb), a matriculation examination targeted at Monotechnics, Polytechnics, and Colleges of education.

Starting from 2010, JAMB started conducting only one examination. The Jamb UME and MPCE has been replaced by the Jamb UTME, which is a matriculation examination for admission into tertiary institutions. Unlike Jamb UME and MPCE results that are valid for just one year, the JAMB result will be valid for two years.

In additions candidates for Jamb UTME will select two Universities, two Polytechnics, and two Colleges of Education during their registration. Based on Jamb UTME result, candidates will be allocated to any of the six institutions selected. The beauty of Jamb UTME is that candidates who fail to secure admission into Universities will still have the opportunity of securing admission into Polytechnics and Colleges of Education instead of waiting to write another Jamb.
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 7:53pm On Dec 12, 2012
What is JAMB Direct Entry?
Jamb Direct Entry is an opportunity provided by Jamb for candidates with advanced level qualifications to gain admission into the University. Jamb DE candidates register for direct entry to a University of their choice. Based on their performance at both advanced and ordinary level they may be offered admission. Jamb does not conduct any direct entry examination, you simply access based on your A Level and O Level performance. However, the University you apply to may conduct a Jamb direct entry screening test.

Jamb DE 2013 online registration will be done at www.jamb.org.ng/DirectEntry/
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by samuelwillams: 8:21pm On Jan 17, 2013
Only about 7,000 new students were formally admitted into various faculties of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) during the 39th Matriculation ceremony of the institution held Thursday.

Addressing the fresh students, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof.Bartho Okolo congratulated them for their success during the admission stage and tasked them to tow the footsteps of great men and women whohad passed through the University on their path to eminence.

The Vice-Chancellor’s address was read by Deans of Faculty, as the matriculation ceremony was held in different faculties of the University.

Prof Okolor said; “You earned a place at today’s ceremony because of your impressive performances at both the University Matriculation Examination (UME) and the Post University Matriculation Examination (PUME). You should all be proud of this achievement.”

“However, you should be humbled by the fact that less than 7,000 of you have been given the opportunity out of the over 100,000 candidates that competed for a place at the University of Nigeria.”

Prof. Okolo advised the fresh students to resist any temptation of involving themselves in anti-social behaviours, stressing that the University had zero tolerance policy on cultism and examination malpractice.

He further asked those who were already members of cult groups before joining the University to denounce such memberships or risk being expelled and prosecuted by the police.

“There are a number of legitimate students’ clubs which are registered with the Department of Students’ Affairs. You are encouraged to identify the ones that appeal to you, and to register and participate in the activitiesof these genuine associations,” the VC told the students.
He also entreated them to be law-abiding and prioritise their academic work to enable them achieve their mission to the University.

The Vice-Chancellor noted that his administration had made spirited effort to improve the welfare of students and provide a congenial environment for their learning.

According to him, the administration had embarked on the execution of students’ oriented projects, ranging from the modernisation of classrooms and laboratories, construction of students’ multipurpose centre, to digitalisation of classrooms and provision of facilities for extra-curricular activities.

Prof. Okolo assured the students that the University will not renege on its duty to offer them the needed support to enable them actualise their dreams and aspirations. He however urged them to make their own input, stating that “to whom much is given, much is also expected”.

The question is: Do we rejoice or weep ? Only 7% of the applicants are to realise their dreams eventually. What of the rest?. Any meaningful alternatives? If a University of Nigeria absorbed only about 7%, what would become of others??
Re: Utme Aspirants 2013/2014 Consultancy,details And Assistance by Rilex: 1:19pm On Jul 11, 2013
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