Six things you must do to score high in JAMB

Six things you must do to score high in JAMB

1. Study rightly:

Study with the accurate JAMB syllabus and practice the accurate JAMB past questions. Don’t waste your time reading anything you lay your hands upon. Click on JAMB Syllabus for all Subjects , JAMB Brochure.

2. Believe in yourself:

You just have to believe that you can make it. Don’t allow fear to defeat you. You must win this battle oh… You hear?

3. Be Punctual:

Get to the exam hall at least 30 minutes to the time on your exam slip. Coming late for exam may destabilize your mind and make you lose focus

4. Start your Exam with Familiar Questions:

When you start your exam with the questions you know, you have more chances of scoring high. research have also proven that when you answer questions you know, you tend to remember the once skipped because you forgot the answer. Just make sure you answer the questions you know, after-which answer every other question.

5. Review your Answers:

Sometimes because of tension or some other things, you might tend to make mistake while answering the questions or even remember answer to the questions you forgot. I will therefore advice you to try and go through your answered questions again before submitting especially if you still have time.

6. Submit on Time:

Yes this is also important! Though if you don’t submit, the system has been programmed to automatically submit you. But due to system error that might occur, we advice you submit few minutes to the time allocated to you. Don’t allow system to shut you down.


Great Drama As President Muhammadu Buhari Could Not Recognize The APC Gubernatorial Candidate, And Presented Wrong Person At Calaba

There was a graet drama in Calabar, the state capital of Cross River state after President Muhammadu Buhari could not recognize the All progressive congress APC gubernatorial” Candidate for the state and presented the wrong person.

According to a source present at the event, there was a massive turnout as over 1million residents of the state came out to give their supports.

It was gathered that some groups in cross river state have drum support for the presidential candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress, APC adding that he is the right choice to take the country forward.

Mr David Ogbonna Pleads With ASUU To End Strike In The Interest Of Students

An educationist, Mr David Ogbonna, has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to suspend its ongoing nationwide strike in the interest of students in the country.

Ogbonna, who is the Proprietor of Sunshine Primary and Secondary School, Nsukka, Enugu State, made the appeal in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria ((NAN) on Thursday.

According to the proprietor, ASUU should consider the plight of the students whose academic future is hanging in the balance.

ASUU embarked on strike in November, 2018 to demand, among others, N1.1 trillion funding for universities.

“Some students have missed their graduation time, while others cannot be mobilised for National Youth Service Corps as a result of the ongoing nationwide strike.”

“I plead with the union leadership and the Federal Government to resolve their disagreements to enable students to return to classes,” he said.

ASUU Strike: Students protest, threaten to disrupt 2019 polls

Tertiary institution students have threatened to disrupt the general elections if the Federal Government fails to settle issues with the Academic Staff Union of Universities and end the ongoing ASUU strike before the polls.
While calling ASUU and the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics to resolve their problems with the Federal Government, the students said they would disrupt the elections if nothingwas done about the strike.
The protesters comprising NANS South-East and South-South chapters barricaded the expressway to express their displeasure at the lingering strike.
They carried placards of various inscriptions such as “ASUU/ASUP strike, another way to increase crime”, “ No resumption, no elections”, “We are tired of endless negotiations”, “End strike now” and “Save education, end strike now”.
Addressing the press thereafter, NANS Zone B coordinator, Okereke Godson, said the students would not stay at home while the country holds elections.
He said,” We will chase away voters on election day if the Federal Government fails to agree terms with ASUU and end the strike.
“Nigeria students are tired of staying at home doing nothing while the elections hold. We are calling on the Federal Government to negotiate with ASUU to end the strike or forget about the 2019 elections.”


Prof. Nelson Braimbraifa

….Advises Him For An All Inclusive Tenure….

A Pan Niger Delta Group, the Movement for the Survival of Ijaw Ethnic Nationality in the Niger Delta (MOSIEND) through its National scribe Ambassador Winston Amain has congratulated the new acting Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Prof. Nelson Braimbraifa.

Amb. Amain said MOSIEND is confident of Prof. Nelson Braimbraifa, that he should not betray the trust reposed in him, he should carry all Niger Delta states and everyone along irrespective of parties affiliation that the commission was created for all Niger Delta states and not a political parties.

Amb. Winston Cotterel Amain

The leadership of the Movement through its National Secretary Amb. Winston Cotterel Amain advised the Acting Managing Director Prof. Braimbraifa, saying no project should be abandoned in the Region because of lack of funds that he should be up and doing. He should ensure that all contractors that are mobilized by his predecessor’s do their jobs diligently, Niger Delta is not a dumping ground for abandon projects.

We would like to offer you our most sincere congratulations upon your assumption of your new responsibilities as the Acting MD of NDDC and pledge our further support and look forward to productive tenure and cooperation.

President Muhammadu Buhari approved the appointment of Prof . Nelson Braimbraifa who hails from Bayelsa State as acting Managing Director for the Niger Delta Development Commission.

The group also commends President Muhammadu Buhari for the choice of Professor Nelson Braimbraifa as the acting Managing Director of the commission that the ability of Prof. Nelson Braimbraifa is in no doubt to reposition things in the commission.

May the Lord grant you the wisdom needed to operate in this new position.

Congratulations Sir.

Delta 2019: Okowa expresses readiness to construct more roads in riverine communities

*Says contractor handling Ayakoromo/Ogbe-Ideh bridge will not leave site until project is completed*

*To increase appointment of more youths into his government*

*Burutu deserves two commissioners – Manager*

The governor of Delta State, His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa has assured the Ijaw people, particularly in the riverine communities that his administration is still ready to construct more roads in the area.

Governor Okowa gave the assurance in Burutu, headquarters of the Local Government Area yesterday at the Nigeria Ports Authority, NPA football field during the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP Delta State campaign.

Besides speaking on his readiness to spread more development to the Ijaw riverine communities in Delta State, the governor had also vowed that the contracting firm handling the embattled and controversial Ayakoromo/Ogbe-Ideh bridge will not leave site until the project is completed.

In what appears to be a message of hope to Delta youths, Governor Okowa had stated that after his triumph at the poll, he will increase the appointment of more youths into his administration, stressing that the youths of Delta state have been so hardworking and industrious.

Ekweme had further told the people of Burutu not to worry much as plans are on ground to power the community with 24 hours electricity, obviously gas turbine, adding that the Delta state government in collaboration with the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC; Shell Petroleum Development Commission, SPDC; Chevron and others for quick implementation of the project.

On his part, Sen. James E. Manager, incumbent cum candidate of the PDP for Delta South senatorial district had for the second time begged the governor of Delta state to appoint two commissioners in Burutu Local Government Area as a federal constituency.

However, chairman of the Burutu Local Government PDP campaign council, Elder P. Y Biakpara had assured the governor of Delta state and his deputy that Burutu local government is totally for the PDP and there is no going back about that.

He had particularly stressed that Burutu as a local government had never known any other party than the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, adding that Okowa has done more than enough to return to the government house.

Earlier, the governor had stated that his projects are also very visible in Burutu Local Government Area just like other areas in the state.

In Burutu Local Government, the governor had counted road projects in Ogulagha Kingdom, Burutu township road project, its extension, ongoing modern market work in Burutu; Mobilization of the Ayakoromo/Ogbe-Ideh bridge with the host of the projects.

SPORT NEWS!!! Bournemouth Stun Sarri’s Sorry Chelsea | Main News

Josh King’s brace inspired Bournemouth to a 4-0 victory as Maurizio Sarri’s lacklustre Chelsea suffered back-to-back Premier League defeats.

Cup triumphs over Tottenham and Sheffield Wednesday suggested Sarri’s withering assessment of the 2-0 loss to Arsenal had the desired effect, but a section of the away supporters turned on their Italian coach at the Vitality Stadium.

Wales winger David Brooks created King’s 47th-minute opener before coolly doubling Bournemouth’s advantage, although he pulled up on a subsequent attack to cut a wonderful display short.

Prior to that substitution, some Chelsea fans sang “You don’t know what you’re doing” as Sarri withdrew Gonzalo Higuain after 65 minutes of his Premier League debut.

King’s second and a stoppage-time Charlie Daniels goal means Chelsea drop below Arsenal into fifth on goal difference, while Bournemouth’s win moves them up to 10th.