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Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 8:04am On Dec 31, 2019
Brukx:
There are institutions closer to you than OAU that are even easier to get admitted into. Unless you don't want to consider proximity of distance

Not really considering the distance tho.
But if I may ask bro what are the cons of schooling at a far distance from home?
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 8:01am On Dec 31, 2019
ShahRukhKhan:

I guess you want to enter OAU via utme. Well just beat her merit cut off and you're in with 95% chance.
The minimum utme score needed is 320, anything less than that means you must clock 35/40 in OAU post utme to stand a chance. OAU post utme seems weighty and can either boost or drag you down. If your utme score isn't strong enough, please don't waste your time on Ife Mbchb.
Since you're from Delta, you'd be considered only on merit. Practice, revision and smart work should help.
If you don't mind, I'd suggest Uniben or Uniport save for if you're western states based.

I know I'll only be considered on merit reason why am putting my best in preparation. Let's see the outcome of my UTME first but OAU would be my first choice for now.

As for UNIPORT, do you know a lil about the medical school there?
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 10:21am On Dec 30, 2019
Sultan5:


I think the catchment area of a thing has been scraped. But this is Nigeria, you never know. Nevertheless just as any medical school out there you have to work really hard. Score as high as possible, ensure u have a good o level and do your best in the post utme because OAU post utme can be very tricky.

PS: There are several delta students here in college of health sciences. Once you meet the cut off no one will denial you admission.

Alright bro. Thanks for this piece.

And are you in the college of health science there?
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 10:20am On Dec 30, 2019
Alexaonfleek:
Hmmm
Oau uses catchment area which will make it harder for you as a non indigene.
If you want oau, at least 300+ in jamb and also do very well in put me
Otherwise put in uniben,you have a higher chance there than oau.
Uniport too is good,but their admission is not all that transparent.
I think unical is okay too.
Otherwise put in delsu or any other state uni in the south south

Yea I'm aware the chance at uniben compared to oau for a Delta. But I believe if I'm able to meet the cut off then am good to go, right?
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 10:17am On Dec 30, 2019
Brukx:

You love traveling? What's wrong with the schools in your area? Unless you don't stay in Delta

I stay in Delta cheesy
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 7:36pm On Dec 29, 2019
Hey guys...

What do you advice someone from Delta state that want to study medicine at OAU? Considering the fact that Delta state is not part of OAU catchment area.
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 8:37am On Dec 27, 2019
DrImmaculate:

UnibenMED is 7 yrs.... I school there

Okay bro.

I actually saw that info somewhere here on nairaland.
Education / Re: What's The Difference Between Business Administration And Business Management? by Commmy: 3:09pm On Dec 22, 2019
justflow1:
i put it to you that both are not absolutely the same thing.
Business Management degree equip graduates with policy making, building systems, process and other guidelines. for which the Business administrator then use that guidance to run the operation. Management is non linear as it deals with people, profit, innovation, competition, entrepreneurship and organizational systems.

Business administration is kind of streamlined, students are thought on how to take care of the administrative tasks, business administration functions is linear in nature. Hence, bureaucratic in outlook. It is concerned with things being done the way they ought to be done.

conclusion:
Administration is a subset of Management
your sister will sure b lucky if she could get Management, (i am not saying one is better than the other tho, but from the foregoing one will see that its self evident that one is more sophisticated than the other)
i studied Business Administration in the polytechnic, and i am currently in my penultimate studying Management in University of Nigeria
best of Luck to your sister.

Thanks for your detailed response. I get your point very well.

But in the Labour market is there any significant distinction between both degrees? like Business administrators being restricted to certain job opportunities that are meant solely for Business managers?

Also, success in your studies!!!
Education / Re: What's The Difference Between Business Administration And Business Management? by Commmy: 6:00pm On Dec 21, 2019
huptin:
They mean the same thing basically, adminstration and management are used interchangeably!

So apparently both degrees are same?

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Education / What's The Difference Between Business Administration And Business Management? by Commmy: 5:18pm On Dec 21, 2019
Hi Nairalanders...

Compliments of the season!!!

My younger sister wants to study BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION and her choice of school is Uniport.
A quick check at the website of the school shows Uniport doesn't offer BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION instead it's BUSINESS MANAGEMENT under faculty of management science.

So I want to know the difference between both degrees and which of them offers better opportunities?

Should she fill another school or go for the management course at Uniport?


Lalasticlala Mynd44 Fynestboi

Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 5:52pm On Dec 20, 2019
ARCHEMEDESME:

I am in the university
I come back home by 6pm daily

Ohh...
I understand your situation. You know what you want. Priorities bro.

Just make good use of the time you have.
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 5:51pm On Dec 20, 2019
ARCHEMEDESME:

how many topics

It's all on you bro. Only you know the amount of information you can assimilate each day.

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Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 1:36pm On Dec 20, 2019
ARCHEMEDESME:

I don't know if I can cover up like that
you think it's possible
I think there is just 2 months left

Sure you can. I do one subject each day.

So 1 subject for 6 hours. It will give you enough time to study.
And if you're consistent with it I believe you'll cover up
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 1:30pm On Dec 20, 2019
ARCHEMEDESME:

I mean I read two subjects a day for 3 hours each subject

How about one subject each day?
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 1:30pm On Dec 20, 2019
Orezy5:


No

The last set spent 6 years and 8 months

Alright. Thanks
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 12:18pm On Dec 20, 2019
Orezy5:


In OAU, Medicine is roughly 7 years

Not completely 7 years?
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 8:42am On Dec 20, 2019
Hello medics!

In the pic below is what I got concerning medical school at uniben. I want to know if it's same thing in other schools or it's the normal 6 calender years?

O.A.U and UNN to be specific

Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by Commmy: 7:34pm On Dec 19, 2019
ARCHEMEDESME:
I am currently feeling depressed each day .I think I'm experiencing burn out .I just got admission to study engineering , each day I go to school for lectures I just regret my decision .
I have been currently doing 3hours of sleep a day ,I just feel so depressed
.Did any of you experience this ?
I don't just like modern biology it's hard for me to get do you think there is any other textbook I can finish on time (in a month)

And talking about finishing it in a month, it depends on your pace and commitment

Hey...

All you need is MOTIVATION as said above.

I know you're considering time factor. But you should have started preparations early.

But believe bro, I bet you can finish modern biology within now and the exams if you put in efforts else I recommend Essential Biology.

Though personally I relate well with modern biology than essential.

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