Smart Ways To Gain Admission In Nigerian Universities

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Did you just finish your secondary school in Nigeria and searching for the next step to take without writing JAMB UTME / POST UTME twice? Relax, you are at the right place.

This is also the right and perfect place for you if you want to know How to easily Gain Admission into any University in Nigeria.

Many students repeatedly makes so many common mistakes when its time  to seek admission into any of the tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Because of this, many students continuously keep re-writing JAMB every year.

Now let get started with what we have decided to talk about which are:

As an OLEVEL student, What Next After Waec?

Having a good score in JAmb is it 100% certain of gaining admission?

What should I do after writing Jamb?

What should I do after my post Utme or Screening?

Easy Steps to Gain Admission

What Next After Waec?

If you are a student in Nigeria then this post is for you because if you are aspiring to further your education into any of the tertiary institutions then you are expected to apply for JAMB UTME. Congratulation! you are advancing to a higher academic standards.

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It is no more a hears that after waec exam by senior secondary students, one who wants to further his education must study and prepare hard in other to be able to combat the GIANT Exam (JAMB) facing him/her if one must gain admission in Nigeria.

The next thing after weac is JAMB UTME, so you passing waec, you have to get ready for jamb because jamb has been the popular pass-way to gain admission in Nigeria and it gets harder by the year.

Back in the days, gaining admission into a Nigeria University was easy; you just need to write SENIOR WAEC. Then just few people are opportune to write the WAEC, hence few students apply for Admission.

But now, every year, hundreds of thousands of students graduate from Secondary school, giving all these students admission is not really possible, hence the THE GIANT JAMB UTME was introduced. A way to screen out many waec candidates.

Can a very Good Score in JAMB UTME be a 100% certain of gaining admission?

Just because you passed the Jamb cut-off mark doesn’t mean your admission is secured. That is why you need to prepare for JAMB very smartly. The truth is that when you pass Jamb, you are telling the university you apply for that you are ready for them and you have put every necessary preparation in place.

Things to do after writing jamb

If your jamb score is ok then congratulation to you because crossing over jamb universities cut off mark is not as easy as you think.

The mistakes many students make is that they think that if they should blast their jamb mark everything is set for them, admission must be given to them so they feel relax to study for post Utme. After Jamb what you need is to prepare for the university Post Utme or Screening.

Things to do after my post Utme or Screening

Post-UTME / Screening is the major issues all students should look at and work towards it, don’t relax, whether you passed your JAMB massively or not. This is one of the reasons why candidates don’t gain admission with scores above 270 in JAMB.

If you think you blast jamb by scoring 290 or 300 and your post utme is not up to the University post utme cut off mark, honestly the admission will elude you.

Things to know is that Post Utme is made up of two ways  which are;

  • By an aptitude test i.e (Exam)
  • By Screening of credentials i.e ( your waec, Jamb result and other necessary certificates depending on the school)

So kindly take your post utme more serious than your Jamb exam, University award admission to students that merit there fixed cut mark.

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What you have to do after writing your post utme or screening is to try and upload your waec result in the JAMB PORTAL  so that the university you choose can easily see your waec result if is fake or original, this is what many students fails to understand sometimes your jamb scores or post utme score might be good and yet you are still denied of admission reason is that your waec result is not uploaded.

Smooth and sure Steps to Gain Admission

There is an English adage that says “A school of thought believes ‘it doesn’t matter what you study, just get a good grade and jobs will find you out’. I support that theory, many of our students always go for Professional courses than Career Courses which in the end they are been deprived admission.

I know that you will be wondering if there is an easy step of gaining admission, to be real with you, there are no easy ways of getting admission into Nigeria Universities. We have really made research and ask some Scholars about the easy ways of gaining admission which we have put down here. Thanks to them.

Abujacampus, we make it short by summarizing everything that can help you gain admission by not letting a year pass you by, check it out and know what to do.

  • Apply for Courses that are obviously less competitive
  • Apply to Universities that are atleast easy to gain admission
  • Have two courses in mind such as Professional Courses and Career Courses in case if there be need for supplementary
  • Always Know how to Calculate Your Universities aggregate or total admission Points

In Conclusion

In conclusion, you might think it is funny but that is the obvious truth of gaining admission into Nigeria Universities.

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