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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: NLNG Undergraduate & Postgraduate Scholarship 2019 by tymp(m): 4:34pm On Jul 20, 2019
Hello. I applied for the undergraduate category and though I got the confirmation mail when I applied, I've not gotten any response since.
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 11:26am On Jul 16, 2019
Please, any Uniabuja student here. I need information pls
I was told Uniabuja don't conduct post utme. I'm a jambite. I scored. 281 in jamb with 7Bs, 1A and 1C in my waec. I'd love to know my chances pls. Please, anyone.

Don't quote me please
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 2:43am On May 17, 2019

I will strongly advise you to change to Uniabuja with this your 313 if your Olevel is 1 sitting and not all C6
300+ is a sure ticket to mbbs there, no post Utme, just Olevel grading. In fact, you can resume before they release the list sef grin grin

I don't think there is another med school in the country where all lecturers right from 200-600L are mbbs holders except this school. Student to Cadaver ratio of as low as 5:1, Fully accredited with nice TH.

If your initial school of choice does putme early like dem ilorin or oou, do the post Utme their first, if it's not pure change to a late putme school, that's if it's still allowed. Just make sure you don't waste that score. Mbbs admission gets tougher yearly. You may not have the opportunity to shoot a Buffalo twice
All the best kiss

Hello. You're a UniAbuja medical student sir?
Education / HELLO MEDIC! -medic Blog by tymp(m): 11:49am On Mar 29, 2019
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 12:23am On Mar 22, 2019

I am not advocating for any sort of repression of unaccredited Medical Schools as you put it.
Don't just throw words around, you can't take them back.
This is Nigeria ,most councils like MDCN are corrupt to the core so anything can happen.
You can cut a deal to graduate your students but they'll never list you as fully accredited unless you merit it.
Mdcn site bears 2018 as its current year.
I am not against any unaccredited school, you can enroll anywhere you want as far as you are qualified, the problem with partially accredited schools is that the students are always wary of the accreditation being withdrawn.
I will advise anyone that cares to listen to go for fully accredited ones if you want to avoid long stories.,
Having said that, all aspirants are free to school wherever they want.
Your choice, your responsibility.

That'll be all from me on this issue

Thank you. Now, I'm not arguing about the risks of schools not fully accredited. Just trying to make a point. Summarily, I have two points, actually:
1. Quoting you: "Don't just throw words around, you can't take them back."
2. That particular page(which seems your forte) has been like that for as long as I can remember. I think the first time I saw it was early 2017. Surely, something, at least, should have changed since then.
My opinion though.
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 7:05pm On Mar 21, 2019

Now whenever I feel that I am wasting my time on any argument, I simply tell the person arguing with me that they are right and move on.
So my dear, you are right

Hello sir! Please sir, do you have any idea when the MDCN site was last updated, sir? BSU isn't the only school still on MDCN's Partially Accredited list while the students say she's fully accredited sir.
You said it yourself, sir, that Partially Accredited schools can't graduate students sir, but the other person said some sets have been graduated already. But then, sir, you mentioned schools having an agreement (an affiliation, sir?), but is the MDCN going to allow students of partially accredited institutions to graduate under the wings of fully accredited ones? Obviously, they still underwent training under the 'unqualified' school? So, sir, my question, basically, is, how practical is that sir?

Also sir, I'm wondering, "Why your strong advocation for the 'repression' of 'unaccredited' medical schools, sir?

Yours Humbly.
Family / Re: If You Were Once An Introvert How Did You Change? by tymp(m): 6:29pm On Mar 16, 2019
First, you can't have been extroverted at some point and then change to introverted, except you've undergone some sort of mutation that has changed your genes. So, it's either you've always been extroverted or Introverted.
The way I see it, it's not a matter of temperament we're dealing with here, but rather of self-confidence. And for someone who doesn't 'like who they are and wants to reverse it', that points to a low self-esteem. I might be wrong but I'm just saying.
If you really are introverted, then understand it's not a disease, it's not a mental illness, it's not a pathological condition. It's normal and you should understand that.
Your inability to initiate conversations or make friends suggests that you're not comfortable with yourself, you don't like yourself enough and you don't see how others can see anything interesting or worth befriending about you, and that's a self-esteem issue. Introversion doesn't turn you taciturn, neither does it make you socially uninteresting, but rather attracts you to like minded people like a magnetic pull.
I am introverted and I have very good, close friends, I can talk to a complete stranger if I need to, because I'm okay with myself. I can decide to stay out of the crowd by myself and just watch, but it doesn't mean I can't speak to the crowd.

Hope you get my point.


Education / Re: No Nairalander Has Ever Scored 300 In Jamb by tymp(m): 4:45pm On Mar 16, 2019
all these nairalanders posting how to score 300 in jamb no one has ever even scored 299.
prove me wrong if u can

cc lalasticlala in the front page please

I didn't score 300. I scored above 300.
Oh! Lemme burst your bubble: "I'm a Nairalander."
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 10:03pm On Mar 11, 2019
Thanks,but pls make it clearer.If 1 gets 400 in jamb and 5A's in d core subject 4 one sitting,how will it b calculated then?

Jamb 70%
Waec 20%
No of Sitting 10%
For waec

(JAMB score/400) x 70 = x
(WAEC grade/40) x 20 = y
1 sitting = 10

Aggregate= x + y + 10

That's how it was done last year.
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 9:59pm On Mar 11, 2019
A partially accredited medical school CAN NOT graduate students; that's the implication.

But hasn't the institution graduated 2 sets of Medical students already?
Programming / Beginner C++ Help by tymp(m): 9:38am On Mar 11, 2019
Hello! I've been trying to learn basic programming in C++ and I'm into reading from and writing to external files but I'm having some issue with the Programming Exercises.
I'm supposed to write a program that takes input from a file, so I tried creating a file and opening it in the program but my check always says failed to open and the program ends.

So I'm wondering what I could be doing wrong. Any suggestions and tips will be appreciated.

Just to note: I'm using Problem Solving With C++ by Walter Savitch and Cppdroid(android IDE).
Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 5:07pm On Mar 10, 2019
I've said this before.
By God's grace UniAbuja will get Full accreditation very soon.

Just wondering: Can a partially accredited institution graduate students or how does it work?


Good afternoon,Dr.Tonye.A friend wu applied 4 MBBS @UniAbuja wish 2 know what criteria dy used in calculatin screenin score/also tuition fee.Pls help wit useful info

It's 70% UTME, 30% O'levels (10 for 1 sitting).
100L MBBS is 52k+.
Education / Re: Medical School: The Journey by tymp(m): 11:58am On Jan 10, 2019
(knock knock)

May I come in?

University of Abuja


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Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 7:01am On Jan 03, 2019
post d group link here na

My boss has done that.

In case that doesn't work:


But you have to copy and paste without the *s

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Education / Re: The medical students and aspirants thread by tymp(m): 2:47pm On Jan 02, 2019
Happy New Year medics. Permission to dare to open my mouth(fingers) to speak(type).

We just created a group on WhatsApp exclusively for NEWLY ADMITTED MEDICS, i.e., 2018/2019 freshers accross all institutions.

The idea is to create a level platform for everyone to share experiences, ideas, rub minds, materials, etc. along the way, understand what's being done in other Colleges so as to not be limited to the 'four walls' of individuals' institutions alone.

It is not for undue comparison or competition, but to challenge and keep you on your toes, understand how others are tackling similar challenges in other places......

Too much talk, sorry. I'm sure you get the idea.

So, please, if you're a 2018/2019 FRESH MEDIC, just resuming 100L, and are interested, you can mail me or Chukwukapromise and you'll be added to the group. It's started already, and it's growing, and we want to keep it alive till, by God's grace, we take the 'OATH'....and maybe beyond.....).


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