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|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Merd127: 7:21am On Oct 10, 2019|
It's out since yesterday 5:40 pm but d problem there is it's only science courses does it mean no art course is available for coc
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by obeyamark1: 7:33am On Oct 10, 2019|
Where would you find a tutorial centre owned by a medical student and run solely by a select group of Medical Students of Nigeria’s first and best University – UI?
A tutorial centre dedicated to the training and mentoring of students who aspire to study courses in the faculties of medicine/health sciences/pharmacy and engineering?
A tutorial centre that offers intensively-researched and well-proven personal-study guides for all its students with weekly follow up on progress?
A tutorial centre with student-directed mock tests every week to address each student’s weakest areas?
A tutorial centre that helps the students complete the entire syllabus at least three times before every major exam with focus on the most high-yield points through a daily 7-hour period of intensive lectures?
Our tutors include medical students who hold records that include:
Best student in WAEC, 2015
Best Student in NECO, 2015
2nd Best student in WAEC, 2015
3rd Best Student in NECO, 2015
Best student in UI Post-UTME, 2015
Multiple winners of Cowbell mathematics competition, Olympiad, etc
Holders of multiple records and achievements in UI's 100L and Cambridge A level Biology, Physics and Chemistry
Medical students with joint teaching experience spanning over 25 years
Join us at The College HUB, Ibadan, today!
Lectures begin November 18, 2019. Join us in two-week FREE LECTURES period.
To register and be added to the WhatsApp page or to make other enquiries, contact Dr Mark on WhatsApp via /2348183855099 or call 08183855099
ACCOMODATION IS AVAILABLE FOR DISTANT AND/OR INTERESTED STUDENTS
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Tbosetutors: 1:49pm On Oct 10, 2019|
2020 SESSION, WHAT TO EXPECT AT TBOSE TUTORS
According to Zin Pencil, "A soldier that sweats profusely during training will bleed less during battle". In case you do not know, 2020 UTME tutorial is for science only . The following were recorded last set :
1. 13 students had 300+ with 329 the highest score.
2. 98.8% pass in UTME and 25% of the class had 290+
3. 21 students had 80+ in UI PUTME ie 7% of 294 that had above 80
4. 14 beat the cut off for MBBS ie about 10% of those that will be admitted into med & surg
5. 14 MBBS UI, 4 Elect Elect UI, 5 Pharmacy UI, 4 BDS UI, 3 NURSING UI, 2 MLS UI , 3 MBBS in other universities and so on (check the facebook page@Tbosetutorial to see details)
Some notable events that will take place
1. Tutorial fellowship every Friday anchored by students . 30 mins break daily for Muslims to pray
2. Weekly presentation on Friday where a student teaches the class
3. Periodic mock test
4. Quiz competition where students lock horns and compete for prizes. Last year, we had The bullets, The Gadites, The Spat and The Erudite. Remember, your group is known during registration
5. Practical demonstrations where the biology or chemistry or physics teacher in white with two students demonstrates in front of the class somethings you have only memorized . Always a mouth watering event
6. Christmas Carol where students can display their talents. This marks the end of tutorial this year before break
7. Visit to a Motherless babies home on Feb 14 in Tutorial vests
8. A month to exam, tutorial runs from Sun - Sun
9. The last Attempt 2020 takes place 4 days to exam ( 7am till evening daily with daily test)
10. 6 days to The last Attempt 2020, there will be test daily on topics according to the schedule.
When registering, make sure you collect a form and a photocard. The photocard is for you and contains your payment info and your info ( tutorial grp/number)
Endeavour to buy the tutorial workbook for weekly assignment
THOSE FAR AWAY CAN ALSO REGISTER FOR THE ONLINE CLASS WHERE YOU RECEIVE NOTES DAILY, VIDEO TEACHINGS, PERIODIC TESTS etc
Decent accommodation is available
Reg starts on the 25th of October ( *you can come around to check the tutorial and accommodation* )
Tutorial starts on the 1st of November
( Don't forget there will be mini test before you start to enable us know your weak areas) first batch - Nov 1st and 2nd batch- Nov 8th
What are you waiting for
Contact 08169993852 or email@example.com
At TBOSE TUTORS, the belief is that we can do more.... So no stopping until everyone is in........ Be a part
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|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by joecason: 11:10pm On Oct 10, 2019|
How do i know that I've successfully changed my course
Is there a text to my Gmail account or is it something else
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by sirkhaleb47: 11:48pm On Oct 10, 2019|
UTME 2020 is on its way. How prepared are you?
Have you been looking for a tutorial that will channel your mind towards shattering records?
A tutorial that will expose your mind to the realities of blasting JAMB?
A tutorial that assures you above 300+ in UTME2020?
Look no further, *TEAM TUTORS, IBADAN* is here to do the trick.
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Tbosetutors: 2:03am On Oct 11, 2019|
Fact To Know About TBOSE TUTORIAL
1.TBOSE STARTED IN IBADAN ON THE 23RD OF APRIL 2018 AND IN LESS THAN TWO YEARS HAS PRODUCED 26 STUDENTS INTO MEDICINE & SURGERY
2. TBOSE TUTORS conduct at least a minimum of 9 standard mock tests each before UTME and PUTME. This means any candidate must have seen not less than 1800 questions altogether apart from other mini mock tests organized by the tutorial
3. TBOSE TUTORS usually conduct lesson from Sunday to Sunday when exam is at least a month close.
4. TBOSE TUTORS has run online classes from April 23rd 2018 till date
5. There is tutorial no in TBOSE Tutors eg TBOSE/2019/A01 - THIS BELONGS TO FALANA AYOMIKUN 88% IN UI PUTME (MEDICINE IN UI & UNILORIN (DE) )
6. TBOSE TUTORS provide conducive learning environment and accommodation with carpet, mattresses and fan provided.
7. TBOSE GIVES PRIZES TO ANY STUDENT THAT LEADS HER STANDARD MOCK TEST, SCORES 300+ IN UTME AND 80% IN UI PUTME.
MANY MORE THINGS TO KNOW
REG FOR 2020 SESSION STARTS OCT 25TH
TUTORIAL STARTS NOV 1ST
DECENT ACCOMMODATION IS AVAILABLE
ONLINE CLASS IS AVAILABLE
A soldier that sweats profusely during training will bleed less during battle
Contact 08169993852 or firstname.lastname@example.org or /tbosetutorial
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by joecason: 10:51am On Oct 11, 2019|
Does anyone know how long it will take for a person's name to show in the change of course list
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by awokunlet: 1:21am On Oct 14, 2019|
Can microbiology students change to medicine at 200/300 level? and can physiology students do so too? please I need answers..MBBS gurus over to you
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by PatrickOA(m): 12:30pm On Oct 14, 2019|
*TEAM TUTORS, IBADAN*
*_Breakdown of UTME 2020 tagged "Total anger against UTME failure"._*
The following questions and answers will help you.
_Q: When is UTME 2020 lectures starting and where?_
*A: UTME will start by October 18 at Abadina primary school 3, Shoemaker junction UI.*
_Q: How is UTME 2020 structured at Team tutors, Ibadan? Is the tutorial science based only?_
*A: We are open to students from the Science, Art and the Commercial department. Our great records over the years has span through all combinations.*
_Q: What form and structure will UTME 2020 lectures take in team tutors, Ibadan?_
*A: Unlike previous years, we have structured the entire syllabus into first and second contact periods to make covering syllabus easy for both tutors and students.*
_Q: More information about the 2 contact periods?_
*A: The entire period of the programme has been divided into 2 parts;*
*First contact period: 0ct 18 to Dec 20*
*Second contact period: Jan 7 to Feb 28.*
▪N:B Topics adopted strictly from the JAMB syllabus has been divided to weeks of the contact.
For example: There is 8 weeks of lectures with us in the first contact period. Important topics have been distributed to the 8 weeks. This is to ensure we cover the syllabus.
The schedule will be released soon and given to all students upon registration.
_Q: Do you write mock exams before the main exam at all?_
*A: Yes, Our mock exam tagged CLASH OF THE TITANS comes up every 3 weeks. Exams that students always write under S-tandard, T-emperature and P-ressure.*
_Q: What are the plans for people coming from afar?_
*A: We have nice accommodation and a well supervised environment to make you study well.*
_Q: What are records so far?_
*A: We have lots of great records, I will only mention the top notch ones as others are on our other social media platforms.*
1. We produced Ijezie Collins and Abraham Miracle 2nd and 3rd overall highest in UI 2019 Post UTME with 91%and 90%.
2. We produced Abraham Faith Overall 3rd highest UI 2018 post UTME with 88%.
3. In 2018 UTME we produced Adubi Damilola with a whooping score of 338.
4. In 2019 UTME, our trio Osobukola Pelumi, Ibikunle Jamiu and Abraham Miracle scored 326, 326 and 323 respectively.
5. We did not only set great records with the sciences, In the last Post UTME, Idowu Ademola and Abboud Mariam both got 83% and 80% respectively leading them to the prestigious faculty of law with 5 others.
6. You can check our full record for others on fb @Team tutors, Ibadan
_Q: What type of tutors should you expect?_
*A: Quality tutors are here as usual to teach with respect to syllabus. The likes of;*
• Mr Yussuf, first class graduate from UI Chemistry will be on board.
• Dr Marcogenius (Medicine 100L student, a Physics guru you will want to meet).
• Mr Richard, the experienced tutor for years on the Use of English.
• Dr mark, a medical student who has been teaching the use of English for years.
• Mr Godwin, a masters student from the Faculty of Education. Government can always be made easy with him.
• Mr Tim; a graduate of Accounting from OOU, who takes Economics and Mathematics at the tip of his fingers.
• Senior Bayo, a 200L medical student in UI and also our former student will be resuming teaching Biology back after a 2 month break.
• Sir Noah; a visiting tutor and a medical student from OAU will be on board.
• Akinkunmi, a vibrant young(one of the top scorers in 2018 PUTME) tutor from the faculty of Law will also be on ground for Literature.
• Dr Black; also a medical student in UI will be there to daze you with quality stuffs in both biology and physics *and many more others...*
*What are you waiting for??*
Join for explicit lectures scheduled to kick off on *October 18, 2019*
▪Decent accommodation is available for distant students.
For enquiries: call Dr. Black on 07039412017
Warning: Team tutors, Ibadan will increase your JAMB massively, If you don't like high score, please don't come!!!
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Rufusseyi: 11:13pm On Oct 14, 2019|
Guys pls who knows if jamb caps for ui aspirants have started changing to 'congratulations'.....mine still says 'admission in progress'.
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by awokunlet: 1:35am On Oct 15, 2019|
Many are still on AIP
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by awokunlet: 1:36am On Oct 15, 2019|
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Smartjohns(m): 2:55pm On Oct 15, 2019|
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Nobody: 12:17pm On Oct 16, 2019|
UI Admission list now on school portal. Just login to the undergraduate portal to check your admission status.
Admission list now officially on JAMB CAPS.
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by TrollKiller(m): 12:31pm On Oct 16, 2019|
guys check your ui portal. your admission will reflect
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by PatrickOA(m): 9:06pm On Oct 17, 2019|
If you have passed this stage, help your siblings!
If your siblings have passed this stage, help your niblings!
If your niblings have passed this stage, help the friends of your siblings and niblings!
If their friends have passed this stage, let them help their friend's friends!
If you know somebody that knows somebody that knows somebody that happens to know someone that needs this, help their lives.
Registration and classes start powerfully tomorrow!!! �
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Tbosetutors: 9:33pm On Oct 18, 2019|
From the desk of TBOSE TUTORS
Are you sitting for NECO GCE NOV/DEC ?
Are you writing alternative to practical physics & chemistry ?
Do you have problems with chemistry and physics practicals and you are in SS3
If YES .... TBOSE TUTORS presents FREE classes to help with it.
Come along with A 30cm long ruler, a long and short pencils, Erazer, protractor and notes.
IT IS ABSOLUTELY FREE
DATE : 19TH OF OCTOBER
VENUE : ABADINA PRY SCHOOL 1
TIME : 10AM
DURATION : 3HRS
Your Success, Our Mandate
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Tbosetutors: 9:18am On Oct 20, 2019|
Join us for OPERATION KILL UTME 2020.
YOU CAN TRUST US ON THIS
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by tecnoguy83: 10:12am On Oct 20, 2019|
Congratulations to all U.i aspirant that have been given admission.
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by sollie123(m): 10:45am On Oct 23, 2019|
Tbosetutors:The WhatsApp number you provided is not on whatsapp
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by lilliesboy(m): 7:41pm On Oct 24, 2019|
This BIAS, particularly against postgraduate students coming from OTHER (African) universities and/or NON-Yoruba has been going on for MANY years in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. They only PRETEND about it. If you ask (postgraduate) students/graduates of the University of Ibadan that came from OTHER universities, many of them will confirm what I am telling you.
One major and popular thing they use in identifying and differentiating THEIR own University of Ibadan alumni/first degree holders from OUTSIDE or NON-University of Ibadan graduates is the MATRICULATION NUMBER: all THEIR Unibadan products carry Matric Numbers that begins with number "1," while OUTSIDERS or non-Unibadan (postgraduate) students carry Matric Numbers that begin with "2". Once lecturers/staff see a student's Matriculation Number that begins with "2," they QUICKLY hold a stupid BIAS against the student and begin to NEGATIVELY judge their intelligence/academic performance based on that.
Records have shown that many Nigerian postgraduate students who came from OTHER universities had OFTEN outshine their so-called ONLY "best/brilliant" University of Ibadan alumni/products academically and otherwise. Thus, many lecturers and non-academic staff feel insulted and threatened like they are not good lecturers since it invariably means so if their students are not better than those coming from other universities or NON-Yoruba ethnic group. To justify this, they OFTEN score non-Unibadan or OUTSIDE students very LOW in exams but give their (dull) students/alumni BETTER (unmerited) grades and advantage. They also complement this injustice and systemic corruption by ALWAYS talking DOWN on non-Unibadan graduates or making a caricature of them in comparison to their own (dull) students in order to DEMORALIZE them (OUTSIDE students/NON-Yoruba) by making them feel TIMID or like they do not know anything and never merited their (first) good degrees. This is clearly a form of PSYCHOLOGICAL warfare and should be punished if Nigeria was an advanced society with a high rule of law.
These systemic corruption and injustice are the MAIN reasons why so MANY (Yoruba) students in this part of the country, most of them DUNES, are awarded Ph.D, made professors, SAN etc., than the rest region of the country. It is because they are in CONTROL of the (educational) system, NOT because they are the most intelligent. I tell you, SO MANY of them with Ph.D. and Professorial degrees/tiles know very little or NOTHING compared to those in the Niger Delta and other areas. I and others who have lived here KNOW what we are talking about. Na DASH dem dey DASH many of dere pipul here wit dos (UNMERITED) degrees and awards.
Imagine "postgraduate" students who cannot speak neither write a simple good sentence; some of them in class even talk in YORUBA when presenting seminar paper since they cannot speak in simple English. Their papers are full of many grammatical blunders and misspellings; I and others even help them to edit their works. Yet, whenever results comes out these set of (Yoruba) students ALWAYS score HIGHER - 60% and above, than many of us who are NON-Yoruba and/or NON-University of Ibadan alumni. So much injustice, corruption and so-called tribalism here. Hypocrisy of the highest order!
I will NEVER relent concerning those poor seven (7) results! Let them do their usual gang up and manipulation to subvert justice and cover up their evil tracks; I will not relent. This matter may go very FAR if they do not do the right thing! Those are NOT my real scores and can NEVER be!
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Tbosetutors: 7:02am On Oct 25, 2019|
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Tbosetutors: 7:06am On Oct 25, 2019|
Join us at TBOSE TUTORS today
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by lilliesboy(m): 2:09pm On Oct 25, 2019|
Tell me why some fellow (postgraduate) students will be gossiping and CRITICIZING another student (BEHIND his back like COWARDS) for challenging some of his results. A student had the GUTS to challenge SEVEN (7) of his poor results taught by AT LEAST two (2) lecturers each - that is at least FOURTEEN (14) lecturers of the so-called ONLY "best" university with ONLY "best/brilliant" alumni; and instead of either encouraging him or keeping their mouths shut as cowards and DUNES who DEFINITELY "benefitted" from the injustice/so-called tribalism, they are saying rubbish BEHIND his back. Coincidentally, these are the DULL students who had UNMERITED "A's" and "B's". Are they AFRAID of something? Are their conscience haunting them?
Since you went to school, have you heard or seen a DULL student petitioning her/his results? For a student to petition his result, especially in a so-called "world renowned" university like the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, and SEVEN (7) courses for that matter (taken by at least 14 lecturers) then it should tell you (if at all you are reasonable) that the student TOTALLY believes in his ABILITY and KNOWS the injustice that took place. Mind you, I did NOT fail all the seven (7) petitioned courses; I scored at least "50%" in four (4) of them - grades that MANY (dull) students will be so HAPPY and CONTENDED to get. Yet, I am insisting that even those supposed pass/average "50%" grades are NOT my real scores and can NEVER be! Therefore, YOU and THEM should be the ones to be AFRAID of my petition because ONLY a dull and/or corrupt student (like yourself) will NOT challenge her/his poor results since you KNOW you are not capable of scoring better but to criticize and GOSSIP me and my likes BEHIND my back!
One of them - a female BUSYBODY Yoruba who knows little or nothing in class, tried to exchange words with me two days ago at the Department when I was discussing with another female and none of us had mentioned her name. Because she got many (UNMERITED) "60%" and above scores, she thought I was petitioning my SEVEN (7) results ONLY because of her out of OVER 25 (dull/Yoruba) students that had even better UNMERITED scores. She tried saying shit but I cautioned her and would have BEAT her properly and wait for whatever if not for intervention from others. Her BUSYBODY needs to be "treated" properly. She is already feeling GUILTY even when I did not mention her or anyone's name. These are the students who are afraid that if a proper, INDEPENDENT and UPRIGHT panel/body is to carry out a THOROUGH investigation of my petition by "digging out" and comparing scripts with mine, they WILL surely be EXPOSED! Or, tell me why a fellow student(s) will be taking things so PERSONAL when another student is petitioning his own results and not HERS/his or others and especially when HER/his name was NOT mentioned in my case?
Hmm. I smell a "rat" in this issue. Na BIG "rat" I dey smell 4dis mata. We shall SEE!
#Obebinaru Favour OBHUO (Friday, October 25, 2019)
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by PatrickOA(m): 9:51am On Oct 26, 2019|
From the desk of TEAM TUTORS, IBADAN.
Introducing our online classes for UTME 2020!!!
By now, we're sure you've heard about us, having flooded the whole of UI, OAU, FUTA, UNN and other notable universities with our past students.
Oh, don't also forget that we produced 2nd and 3rd best in UI's Post UTME 2019, in the persons of IJEZIE COLLINS and ABRAHAM MIRACLE.
We also did that last year, producing the 3rd best in UI's Post UTME, in the person of ABRAHAM FAITH.
We understand that it's not everyone that can make it down for our physical tutorials and on that note, we're introducing our online class which spans over English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, hence, for Science students only.
Kick off date: � 1st November, 2019.
Registration and physical classes still in progress at Abadina Primary school III, UI.
Contact Dr. Black on 07039412017 for more information.
Even if you've plan to fail, your plain will fail. Just come.
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by PatrickOA(m): 9:04pm On Oct 29, 2019|
"I have tried several sources and methods, it doesn't seem anything is working. I think university is not for me, considering the highly competitive course I want to study".
Hey, who told you that? It's all blatant lies and Team Tutors, Ibadan is capable and ready to set you on a pedestal for the forthcoming examination.
Come around and witness Tools, Thrust and Techniques (3Ts) for yourself. � � �
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Complexx: 11:19am On Oct 30, 2019|
Have been admitted to study mathematics education what are the courses both math and edu to take in first semester so as to be preparing ahead
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by farady(m): 11:58am On Oct 30, 2019|
You may be taking courses in the sciences, humanities and general studies like; Introduction to the Teaching Profession, Communication in English, Nigerian People Culture and Anti Cultism and Social Vices, Elementary Mathematics, Practical Chemistry , General Chemistry , General Physics , Introduction to Computer Science, Experimental Physics , etc.
Maybe those studying the course can throw more light, but certainly not far from the above.
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Hertheywarlay: 3:44pm On Oct 30, 2019|
Complexx:congrats. Please when did they give you admission?
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by Complexx: 9:23am On Oct 31, 2019|
Hertheywarlay:three weeks ago
|Re: University of Ibadan 2019/2020 Admission Thread by obeyamark1: 11:11am On Oct 31, 2019|
I am a 4th year student of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Ibadan. I currently serve as the class representative of my class. Having come from a background trailed with lots of challenges — attending Lagos State public schools throughout my primary and secondary school education, I made the decision to come to Medical school against all the odds. I made the merit list and was selected among the then 109 students out of over 11 thousand Students who had applied to the university of Ibadan for medicine. For me, that was inexplicable luck, providence and an ultimate reward for diligence.
A passion to teach and also to inspire students with my personal story, among other things, has led me to teaching at various tutorial centres. However, I spotted certain problems especially for the students who apply into the faculties of Clinical and Basic Medical Sciences, Pharmacy and Engineering. Chief among them was the fact that many of these tutorial centres were not affordable for some of the students who I could say were exactly like me —having similar backgrounds; also, many of those who teach at these tutorial centres around are people who cannot get admitted into these courses if they themselves were to apply. Raising a logical question of how they hope to teach students to get what even they cannot. Painfully, many of these students would eventually miss out on admission spots and spend another year at home. This, despite the fact that a few of them thrive.
Each year, the situation gets worse. Over 1.7 million candidates are expected to register for the next JAMB. Whereas, all Nigerian institutions have a joint carrying capacity of about 600 thousand only. These relative percentages are even scarier for the outlined courses above .
These, and many other reasons, are why I have got some of my colleagues, some of the best brains you'll find from this country, to come together to start something that would act as a panacea — The College HUB. Some of these classmates include people who have been bests in WAEC, NECO, UI Post UTME, UI 100L chemistry and physics, etc., with a joint teaching experience spanning over 25 years.
Perhaps, it also bears mentioning that all of this is coming at an UNBEATABLY LOW AND AFFORDABLE PRICE. Making this some community service from us, in a way.
All that we seek to achieve through The College HUB cannot be put into bullet points. But we invite you to be part of our two-week FREE LECTURES period from 18th November, 2019. I can assure you that this is an experience of a lifetime. An opportunity to change your story.
Your life cannot remain the same after contact with The College HUB.
To register and be added to the WhatsApp page or to make other enquiries, contact Dr Mark on WhatsApp via /2348183855099 or call 08183855099
*DECENT ACCOMMODATION IS AVAILABLE FOR DISTANT STUDENTS*
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