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Education / Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by simayg: 2:06pm On Dec 02, 2019
Pls, when is project defence... MSC. Information technology
Travel / Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by simayg: 7:38pm On Nov 24, 2019
Thanks boss, who can be a sponsor? Can someone from spouse family be a sponsor?
pitman10:




Yes up to 16m
Travel / Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by simayg: 2:32pm On Nov 24, 2019
Thanks. Do I need to still show sponsors account and how much should be in it
pitman10:



5m for a semester not for a year, 5m will be enough for you to process your admission and pay your tuition deposit and as well apply for your visa....
Travel / Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by simayg: 2:29pm On Nov 24, 2019
pitman10:

Thanks, do I still need sponsor's account and how much should be their.

5m for a semester not for a year, 5m will be enough for you to process your admission and pay your tuition deposit and as well apply for your visa....
Travel / Re: General Australian Student Visa Enquiries Part 3 by simayg: 2:47pm On Nov 21, 2019
5m for a year tuition or for a semester, what of sponsor's account volume? Thanks
jide4lagos:
5m
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 16 by simayg: 6:18am On Sep 17, 2019
[i][/i]good day house..
[b][/b]1. I have bsc in chemistry, can I apply for chemistry education because I only have teaching experience.
2. My husband's sister want to transfer like 15000 pounds to my husbands account, so that my husband can sponsor me. Will the amount fly for Visa?
Thank you
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 16 by simayg: 9:27pm On Sep 16, 2019
Pls help me with these......

simayg:
[i][/i]good day house..
[b][/b]1. I have bsc in chemistry, can I apply for chemistry education because I only have teaching experience.
2. My husband's sister want to transfer like 15000 pounds to my husbands account. Will be amount fly for Visa?
Thank you
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 16 by simayg: 6:14pm On Sep 16, 2019
[i][/i]good day house..
[b][/b]1. I have bsc in chemistry, can I apply for chemistry education because I only have teaching experience.
2. My husband's sister want to transfer like 15000 pounds to my husbands account. Will be amount fly for Visa?
Thank you
Education / Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by simayg: 5:32pm On Aug 14, 2019
Enskynelson:

Sent!
pls can sent it to me.mayorsilas3@gmail.com.. Thanks

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Education / Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by simayg: 3:47pm On Jul 07, 2019
Pls help!![b][/b]
I can't log in to my portal ,I'm getting incorrect username or password[color=#990000][/color]
Education / Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by simayg: 11:27am On Jun 25, 2019
[b][/b]please, what is the total unit required of MSc information technology student to graduate. Your precise response will be highly appreciated .thanks[color=#000099][/color]

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Education / Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by simayg: 7:55pm On Feb 09, 2019
Please, how many unit is required to graduate as MSC student. Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by simayg: 10:12pm On Jan 12, 2019
hiiphy:
Pls share with me as mayorsilas3@gmail.com

1. Stick to a FEW practice materials! The number of materials for IELTS that we see on a daily on this thread can be overwhelming. Try out only a few and stick to the one that resonates with you. Don't use ieltsliz, Jay, Cambridge, ieltsadvantage, road2ielts etc at the same time (some of these peope don't agree on the same approach and reading all can get really confusing). If you try one and it sits well with you, ditch others. Focus on that one and be a master of it. I almost got overwhelmed at some point, because l wanted to open every link or try every material l saw here. But l had to give myself brain oh.

2. Practise everyday. No excuses. Create the time. Even at work, you can use your lunch break to practise. Instead of listening to music or radio on your way to work, listen to your downloaded tips on writing, speaking, reading, listening. When walking down the streets, have an earpiece on (l hate this, but we can make sacrifices for one month abi?) and keep LISTENING. At weekends, practice speaking with your wife/husband, friend, son/daughter etc. Write out questions and tell them to ask you (under exam conditions). I finished a WHOLE 30 leaves notebook for listening practice (yeah l work an 8 to 5 and live on the mainland with my office on the island -remember, no excuses!). Always check your wrong answers and replay those portions and find out what you didn't hear properly. I used youtube for listening/speaking/reading.

3. There's this ielts expert too, one Ryan (cannot remember his surname) that l think is underrated. I used his tips for writing. He talks about 15 sentences max for writing. 3 paragraphs with 4 sentences and the closing paragraph should have 3 sentences. This keeps you in check and you already know what to write before the exam, all you will be waiting for on the ielts day is the topic given! I can share his materials if you drop your email address.
For writing, write letter and essays! Don't read what someone else wrote. Write yours too. Some people practise writing by reading another's work -WRONG! write yours too and compare. Minimum letters to write on different topics - 10. Minimum essays - 20. Revise your work and look for better ways to reconstruct your sentences. I suggest you write with pencil on your exam day so you can erase if need be.

4. For reading - use youtube. It also has a timer, so practice using the time and don't stop the timer or pause the video. The easiest comprehension in reading are the first two. Spend less time there. Say 5 mins tops for each. You do not need to UNDERSTAND nada. Just look at the instructions (very important), then the questions, then scroll through the passages for the answers. You need all your time for the last two passages. They are more technical.

5. For speaking - Be confident, relaxed and know your basic english and introduction (see ieltsliz). See this as an interview. We all attend interviews don't we? I got a list of 42 likely cue cards from ieltsliz blog (l think she said they change it every 3 months but she always update the cue card questions) and l practiced the 42 different topics and l always set my two minutes timer with my phone. You can be in the BRT or your car and practice this one, or when walking down the street or whilst doing chores at home, or lying down in your bed doing nothing (l did this. Some days, people will think you are going crazy because you are talking to yourself, but...who no go no know). One of the 42 questions l practiced was my cue card during my speaking test -something on my pet animal (l was wondering "madam why me? Animal kwa?" but because l had practised earlier, the examiner had to cut me off when it was two minutes. I just went on and on.

4. Lastly and certainly not the least...the place of PRAYER. I'm catholic, so when l saw the prayer to St. Joseph of Cupertino here, l made a mental note to say it. I started saying it every day from September till i wrote my exam on the 1st of November. I even added a 9 days St. Joseph of Cupertino novena with prayer and fasting which ended on the 31st of October (l'm that extra oh. I left no chances). I asked my family to add me in their prayers too. So, pray, pray and pray. Whatever works for you. Someone dropped one St. prayer here on financial assistance for POF, best believe l'll look for that prayer and do it too!

5. People have done it, you too can. Don't be discouraged if you have tried more than once. We don't give up on this thread oh. Being here has taught me a different level of selflessness and never say never spirit. People you don't even know are quick to help and empathise and l am still in awe of you guys.

6. Please drop your email address so l can send the Ryan materials to you.

This too shall pass!

All the best everyone and my apologies for the long post.

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Education / Re: IELTS: Share Your Experience, Ask Your Questions, Tell Us Your Score If You Can. by simayg: 11:46am On Apr 11, 2018
Pls which one is the best, IDP or BC?
Education / Re: IELTS: Share Your Experience, Ask Your Questions, Tell Us Your Score If You Can. by simayg: 2:09pm On Apr 03, 2018
EddieAsuzu:



Am really interested. Please, send me the materials yoĆ¹ used to Edoziey@yahoo.com
need the materials too @mayorsilas3@gmail.com
Education / Re: National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Students by simayg: 10:30pm On Sep 22, 2017
Is it possible for bsc holder to do Msc education to replace pgde at noun?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Department Of Petroleum Resources - 2016 Graduate Trainee &experienced Hire Job by simayg: 3:56pm On Jul 15, 2017
josielewa:
pls if i av sent the questions to you, please send to others...i already sent it to 3 people...busy rite now
Plus, help me with the past questions
mayorsilas3@gmail.com

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Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 11:46am On May 17, 2017
Great family ,what is the hope of an electrical engineer with 60pts
Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE GENERAL VISA ENQUIRIES PART 2 by simayg: 6:51am On May 14, 2017
Hello house, weldone for the good job, pls i want to see the advice of this great family. Someone want to get employment visa for me as a cleaner, pls is a cleaner work good and what is prons and cons . thank u grt family.
Travel / Re: General Australian student Visa Enquiries Part 2 by simayg: 8:22pm On Apr 24, 2017
boboyi247:

So how much is the indicative fees


was only told to make a deposit of 8350 to accept the offer which wc includes tuition deposit and OSHC
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 8:31pm On Apr 09, 2017
udi2111:
.thanks bnimz for your response. I don't want to claim a certified engineer since I don't belong to any engineering body. I hope EA won't throw a red flag if I don't include it in my documents. thanks.
Bro pls help me with ur CDR samples. mayorsilas3@gmail.com. thank you
Travel / Re: Nigerians In Australia, How Do You Survive? by simayg: 3:40pm On Apr 04, 2017
Bro I know u did electrical engineering,pls help your brother on career episode write up on project and industrial training.thank you
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 10:35am On Mar 29, 2017
[quote author=mctowel01 post=55052867]
And you are dulling? Forget about 190 right now. Different states have different requirements which you can view from their websites. For engt occupations, 190 is difficult unless you have high points. Believe you can nail 20points in English test. Book your ielts asap, and get your CDR preparations on. Read the 1st two pages... You have a strong chance to get a 189 invite before July if you get of application running well and fast.[/quote
What of elect/elect ?
Travel / Re: General Australian student Visa Enquiries Part 2 by simayg: 5:57pm On Mar 27, 2017
Asoasoaso:
Good day E family, I just got offer now, school didn't ask m for Test of English or Bank statement, but i don't Knw may be embassy will ask m for it because I don't have Test of Enlish and Bank statement, Plz enlight m on that, thanks
Which course and school
Travel / Re: General Australian student Visa Enquiries Part 2 by simayg: 2:48pm On Mar 27, 2017
diego2015:
i did it myself
What are the Chances of chemistry Bsc holder to study diploma in nursing .thanks
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 2:43pm On Mar 24, 2017
[quote author=Bnimz post=54886145]Electrical engineer? Vetassess? Seriously? You need to read a bit more.

To answer the other question,

Me, Electrical Engineering, 2014.. 0 work experience, 60 points.

Mctowel01, Electrical Engineering, .. 0 work experience, 60 points

Jamson, Electrical Engineering, didn't us
Bro please I want to write cdr on my IT and my final project. Please I need career episode samples for electrical engineer, 0 experience.thank you
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 10:29am On Mar 22, 2017
Bnimz:
Up here - I dey UK bro..
When I reach Auz, I go begin dey talk down here grin
Bro pls help me with IT and project CDR samples. tanks
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 9:47am On Mar 22, 2017
Adewakeup1:
Hello house, please has anyone write PTE exam at the Test center in Ibadan (Laidera) recently, please I need assessment of the place. How is their system and also the environment and the examiner.
Thanks.
Pls how much is d pte at ibadan
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 2:22pm On Mar 21, 2017
Bnimz:
I frankly don't see how you can get this before july.. Not to discourage you, but the ceiling for mechanical is almost full... And except your undergrad was in Australia or you have 3 years of experience, I'm not sure where the extra 5 points can come from to give you 70 for faster invitation...

So I'll advise you to take your mind off July and proceed at a normal pace. Even if it is removed from sol, some states will continue to sponsor it.. At worst, you'll get 190.. So you're fine... And yes, your first order of business should be to draft your cdr and submit for Assessment with that ielts 6.5 ... And book another test for maximum English points... Cheers
Please how can I know if electrical engineering ceiling is almost full
Travel / Re: General Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa Through Skilled Migration. by simayg: 4:22pm On Mar 19, 2017
sammywemmy:
Good morning all. U know dat sweet feeling where u feel pretty and just wanna kiss urself?
I woke this morning feeling dat way; I still do.

23 January 2016 : IELTS (L R W S - 9, 8.5, 8, 7). I immediately requested for a remark of the speaking section.

24 February 2016: PTE (L R W S : 90 85 90 66)

22 April 2016: IELTS speaking bumped to 8. Plus I got my refund.

31 May 2016: CDR submission to EA

17 June 2016: Positive outcome (Engr. Tech)

18 June 2016: EOI submitted

06 July 2016: Invitation to apply

09 August 2016: Visa application lodged

12 September 2016: CO contact for wife's functional English (she wasn't satisfied with letter from her school)

25 September 2016: Uploaded wife's PTE scores. L R W S 82 74 66 81

13 October 2016: Grants received in mailbox, for me, my wife and daughter. IED 9th Aug 2017. Processing team - Brisbane.

I didn't use work experience points. Just d minimum 60 points.

After worrying and fuzzing over nothing, I finally have it. At work right now, but it is a sweet feeling. Still thanking God for it all. I read contents on this forum and expatforum, and it has rili helped. Grateful to everyone for their contributions. I wish us all success in our endeavors. May our dreams come true.
pls can you help me with you cdr format and career episodes. My email is mayorsilas3@gmail.com
TV/Movies / Re: Big Brother Naija 2017: Live Thread by simayg: 8:22pm On Jan 28, 2017
Pls what happened between myonse n tboss earlier , heard something like he touched my boobs
TV/Movies / Re: Big Brother Naija 2017: Live Thread by simayg: 10:26pm On Jan 27, 2017
BisolAaaaaaaaaaaaaa, with all your shakara, u no fit jump. Come dey shout for the ninja man web wan help her. Lmao

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