RANKING UNIVERSITIES BY PRE-EMPLOYMENT TEST SCORES

RANKING UNIVERSITIES BY PRE-EMPLOYMENT TEST SCORES

Memo to parents, note to employers and a guide to the new Government - By Baba Ikazoboh (2015)
Quality of education can impact the type of job you get, hence many pursue good quality education.
Precisely how we measure ‘quality’ and therefore rank institutions by their ‘quality’ thus becomes an
interesting pursuit in itself. There are several global ranking templates and an excellent source of
knowledge on university ranking can be found if you read “History, Type and Current Status of University
Ranking – by Peter Okebukola, OFR”. It has all you need to know about university ranking.
Ranking Universities by Pre-Employment Aptitude Test Scores
In 2014, we looked at test scores of over 800,000 Nigerian graduates that had sat a standardized preemployment aptitude test up to the end of 2013, identifying batches that sat the test under near identical
conditions. We used most of our Computer Based Test Centers in the 22 States where we had presence,
and set the minimum pool size at 200 candidates. (This means that if we only have 1-199 candidates tested
from your institution, then that institution will not appear in the table because we classed that as
“insufficient data”).

What the Pre-Employment Aptitude Test Measures
We measured 3 domains, Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning and Abstract Reasoning. Through these
3 domains we are able to identify basic requirements for workplace performance and by so doing, we say
that the test has suitable ‘construct validity’ to predict workplace performance.

The Verbal Reasoning Test measures the ability to rapidly extract relevant information from written
sources and make an objective judgment on the basis of that information. It provides an indication of how
the person will perform when working with relatively complex written information such as reports,
correspondence and research information.

The Numerical Reasoning Test measures the ability to deal with numerical information in a variety
of formats. When assessing aptitude, this test provides an indication of how a person will perform when
working with numbers, tables, bar charts, records, inventories, analysis reports and other forms of data.

Abstract Reasoning Test measures the ability to acquire and assimilate new concepts and ideas within
existing knowledge. When assessing aptitude, the abstract reasoning test provides an indication of how a
person will perform when required to take on board new concepts or generate ideas using existing
information. This form of reasoning is often referred to as “fluid intelligence” or “inductive insight”.

Using the test scores: why it matters
People attend tertiary institutions to learn, but hope the learning puts them in a competitive position for
employment (including self-employment). As such if the pre-employment tests have become a
meritocratic method for objectively screening from these large pools of job-seeking graduates, then
performance in such a tests, starts to become significant.

DRAGNET 2014 UNIVERSITIES RANKINGDRAGNET RANK INSTITUTION NUMBER TESTED

1. COVENANT UNIVERSITY - 1248
2. UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE ABEOKUTA - 691
3. OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNI. - 2047
4. FED UNI. OF TECH OWERRI - 914
5. FED. UNI. OF TECH AKURE - 478
6. UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS - 2480
7. BOWEN UNIVERSITY 709
8. UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN - 1489
9. BABCOCK UNIVERSITY - 886
10. LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF SCI. AND TECH. - 1638
11. IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY - 251
12. UNIVERSITY OF BENIN - 3016
13. MICHAEL OKPARA UNI. OF AGRIC - 242
14. FED. POLY OWERRI - 811
15. MADONNA UNIVERSITY - 856
16. OLABISI ONABANJO - 2574
17. UNIVERSITY OF PORTHARCOURT - 886
18. NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNI. - 1843
19. FED. UNI. OF TECH MINNA - 1398
20. FED UNI OF AGRIC MAKURDI - 205
21. BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY - 215
22. LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY - 367
23. LAGOS STATE UNI 1647
24. ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY 630
25. UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA - 2507
26. UNILORIN - 2794
27. ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY - 762
28. UNIVERSITY OF ADO-EKITI - 2418
29. YABA COLLEGE OF TECH - 248
30. IMO STATE UNIVERSITY - 335
31. UNIVERSITY OF UYO - 693
32. TAI SOLARIN UNI OF EDU - 350
33. FED UNI OF TECH YOLA - 497
34. DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY - 1201
35. ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UUNIVERSITY - 613
36. ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY - 1152
37. AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY - 4103
38. UNIABUJA - 1497
39. UNIVERSITY OF JOS - 1456
40. BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO - 2599
NOTE:
Eventual pool size of tests taken under identical conditions was approximately 80,000 candidates.
Baba Ikazoboh is a Director at Dragnet Solutions Ltd. Dragnet Solutions are technology partners to the National Directorate of Employment (under the Federal Ministry of Labour) and the Nigerian Employers Consultative Association, on ‘GradExchange’ (a Graduate recruitment portal).
Dragnet Solutions also provide computer based testing support to the National Youth Service Corps (SAED) on the NYSCjobs.org graduate recruitment portal. In 2014, the company signed an agreement with the National Examination Council of Nigeria to collaborate on aptitude testing. Dragnet Solutions are also in collaboration with the National Universities Commission for the establishment of a ‘Careers Club’ in tertiary institutions.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR PETROLUEM AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN NIGERIA AND AFRICA

SCHOLARSHIP FOR PETROLUEM AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS IN NIGERIA AND AFRICA-NIGERIA


Scholarship Application Instructions
APPLICATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP IN PETROLEUM ENGINEERING & RELATED FIELDS



The scholarship applications are now accepted for 2016-2017 academic year.

This year the application process for the SPE Gulf Coast Section Undergraduate Scholarship will be completed only and returned to the SPE office only via email. The application is for $2,000/semester and all applications are due by February 12, 2016. Though the application is not due until February, it is important to familiarize yourself with the application process as soon as possible.

PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY and SCROLL UNTIL THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.  ONLY PDF FILES SENT ELECTRONICALLY TO THE EMAIL ADDRESS BELOW WILL BE ACCEPTED.



EMAIL COMPLETED APPLICATION TO:           gcs-scholarship@spemail.org

SEND QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS TO:           gcs-scholarship@spemail.org



As well as beginning the actual application form, you will need to collect the following items.  More details are located further below in these instructions.

    250 WORD ESSAY
    2 OR 3 LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION
    HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT INCLUDING FALL OF 2015
    PROOF OF SAT OR ACT SCORE

APPLICATION FORM

The first part of the application is a form that must be filled out by the student:

Application Form Click Here

Please fill in all of the sections completely. The entries can either be handwritten or typed. Those fields marked with a red asterisk* must be completed.

    Section 1 includes your full name and contact information as well as information about your parents and your household income. Your name and home address will be the primary method of matching the different pieces of the application so be sure to include any changes to your address on all documentation.

    Section 2 includes your high school's information as well as your grades, class rank and test scores.

    Section 3 includes any of your part time employment and extra curricular activities. The application reviewers realize that some activities may fit into more than one category on the application. Please use your best judgment on your particular involvement and put each activity into ONLY one of the categories. The four categories of activity are:

    Memberships, Activities and Awards NOT RELATED to math and science: These include National Honor Society, Language Honor Society, National Merit Scholar, Scouts, Student Council, Yearbook, etc.
    Memberships, Activities and Awards RELATED to math and science: These include JETS, National Math League, Mu Alpha Theta, UIL Math/ Science/Calculator/Number Sense Competitions, Science Fair, Academic Decathalon, etc.
    Community Service and Volunteerism: These include Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers/Sisters, Walk-A-Thons, Junior Achievement, shelters, hospitals, church activities, etc.
    Teamwork: These include Athletics, Band, Dance, Cheerleading, ROTC, robotics, etc.


In each field, list the activities in the order that they brought you the most satisfaction. Each entry in the field should include the years of participation and any honors, offices held or responsibilities. There is no need to repeat activities for each year of participation. The following example shows an easy format for different types of activities.

JR, SR | National Honor Society | Active member
JR, SR | Mu Alpha Theta | Treasurer, Secretary
FR, SO, JR, SR | Football Team | All district, captain

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS

The second part of the application is on the page following the application form. In this part of the application, you will add the supporting documentation of your application.

    The first attachment is a 250 word essay describing why you have chosen to pursue a career in a petroleum related field. Be specific about any people, teachers, classes, projects, etc that have influenced your decision. You may also include any plans or goals you may have in moving towards your career in petroleum. Type this in any format, print out, and then add to your application.

    The second group of attachments is your letters of recommendation.  A minimum of two and a maximum of
    three letters are required.  The letters can be from your counselors, teachers, principal or personal acquaintance in the petroleum industry.  Each letter should include the letter writer’s email and phone number.  Word documents are acceptable, but a scanned copy of the letter with signature is preferred. Add a hard copy of this document behind your essay page.

    The third attachment is an official transcript of your grades and should include the first semester of your senior year. The transcript should be signed by your high school registrar. If the transcript cannot be released to the student, it can be mailed to the address below or emailed to: gcs‐scholarship@spemail.org. If sending separately, be sure to check with your registrar/counselor that your name and address matches your application.

    The fourth attachment is proof of your SAT or ACT score.  This information may already be on the students
    transcripts.  If not, there needs to be some form of documentation that matches the score on the application form.

*Once you have all of your documents and are ready to send, scan all of your application documents/pages
into a single PDF file.  Please make sure the file is less than 10 MB, or it may not send. 
Tip – scan all the documents, save the file.  Reprint the saved file to another PDF, this will tell the file to
delete all of the white space in your PDF file and lower your file size.

The filename of the Application should be formatted as follows: Lastname_Firstname_GCS Application 2015.pdf

**If the student is not able to obtain an electronic copy of the Letter of Recommendation or the
Transcript from the school, please have a counselor email it to: gcs‐scholarship@spemail.org with the
student’s name in the subject heading or postage mail it to the Scholarship Committee using the
address listed below.


Maintain Your Star Scholarship or Fellowship

All award funding will be distributed in late November each year. To maintain your scholarship or fellowship, you must meet the eligibility requirements below and submit all required documents.

Eligibility

To continue to receive your disbursement for the scholarship/fellowship, you must:
  • Be enrolled in a curriculum related to the petroleum industry
  • Be enrolled in at least 30% of a full time academic load. Funding is not intended for certifications or training programs
  • Maintain a “B” cumulative grade point average
  • Be an SPE member for the duration of the funding.  We encourage you to become active within your student chapter and hope you will be a member of SPE through every stage of your career
  • Submit all required documents indicated below before November.

To Receive Your Disbursement

We will send an email to eligible recipients with payment instruction details. Follow the instructions in the email and complete all necessary requirements by 1 November. Contact star@spe.org for assistance.

Apply for mtc scholarship 2015/mtc-foundation.org scholarship application

Apply for mtc scholarship 2015/mtc-foundation.org scholarship application

APPY FOR MTC-FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP CLICK BELOW TO APPLY

  ABOUT  MTC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

In 2008, the Trustees of the Murli T. Chellaram Foundation established the scholarship program with the aim of attracting high achieving academically meritorious students who are economically constrained to pursue higher education at recognized Nigerian Universities.

The Scholarships are also part of the Management efforts to improve the welfare of Nigerian students in tertiary institutions, increase access to higher education, improve the retention rates in Tertiary Institutions, and reward excellence.
Since 2008, the Murli T. Chellaram Foundation has awarded over 450 scholarships to Undergraduate and Post-Graduate students in select Nigerian Universities. Our Scholarships are opened Nigerian students pursuing undergraduate and post-graduate programs in recognized universities who are NOT beneficiaries of any other scholarship. Special attention will be given to differently abled/physically incapacitated students. Students in Vocational Training Courses can also apply for these scholarships.
 
 
 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR MTC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

 
To qualify for 2015-2016 scholarship awards, applicants must:
  • Be citizens of Nigeria, currently enrolled as full time students in an accredited and approved university in Nigeria.
  • Have a minimum of five Alphas or Betas including English, Mathematics at one sitting in Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.
  • Provide evidence JAMB Results and Admission into the University.
  • Have a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.5 at the time of application and attach transcripts or official records (applicable to students admitted in 2014-2015 academic session)
  • Have a minimum of Second Class Upper division (2.1) for University degree or upper credit for HND holders from an accredited institution (applicable to Postgraduate applicants)
  • Be within these age limit as at 1 October 2015:
    • Twenty-three (23) years for undergraduate applicants
    • Thirty-five (35) years for Postgraduate applicants
 HOW TO APPLY FOR MTC FOUNDATION UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 


  • All applicants must have personal valid email accounts for consistent communication.
  • Application portal opens on Monday, 23 November 2015 and closes on Friday, 25 December 2015 which serves as the deadline for the receipt of applications and documents.
  • Interested students who meet the eligibility criteria should visit http://mtc-foundation.org/ to complete an online application form, upload required documents and submit online.
  • Upon receipt of Applications, MTC Foundation shall evaluate, shortlist, verify and contact successful applicants.
  • Only Successful Applicants will be contacted.
TO APPLY CLICK HERE

Seplat Scholarship application 2015/16 undergraduate scholarship scheme

Seplat Scholarship application 2015/16 undergraduate scholarship scheme
Seplat Joint Venture (Nigerian Petroleum Development Company Ltd (NPDC) and Seplat petroleum Development Company Plc) has announced the commencement of its 2015/16 Undergraduate Scholarship Programme. The scholarship award is open to deserving undergraduate students of Federal and State Universities in Nigeria. The NPDC/SEPLAT scholarship Scheme is one of SEPLAT’s educational Corporate Social Responsibility programmes and it is designed to promote educational development and human capacity building.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Applicants must be in second year of study or above.
  • Applicants must have at least 5 O’ level credit passes (English and Mathematics inclusive) at one sitting.
  • Applicants must not hold any other scholarship award

Only students studying any of the following courses should apply:
  • Accountancy
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Agricultural Science
  • Architecture
  • Business Administration
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Economics
  • Electrical / Electronic Engineering
  • Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Human Medicine
  • Journalism
  • Law
  • Mass Communication
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering

How to apply:
  • Eligible students must complete and submit an online application form found . click here
  • All applicants are expected to have a valid personal email account for ease of communication.
  • Only the shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
  • Applications are subject to NPDC/SEPLAT Scholarship Award Terms and Conditions.

Application deadline:
  • Two (2) weeks from the date of announcement or publication of advert.

Final Year Student Of Ondo state University Murdered

Final year student of Ondo State University Murdered by court group
Akure—A part four Psychology student of the Ondo State owned Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Olumuyiwa Ewarawon, has been allegedly murdered by a suspected para-military organization operating in the University.
While the University authorities responded by proscribing all para-military organizations in the institution, it was reported late yesterday that two of the suspects had been arrested.
The deceased according to report was the only son of his aged mother.
It was gathered that the deceased, who lived in a private hostel outside the school campus, was reportedly attacked by suspected cadet officers.
However, the family of the deceased is insisting that the culprits who allegedly killed their son should be made to face the wrath of the law.


Late Olumuyiwa Ewarawon.
The family in a petition to the Ondo State Commissioner of Police, Mike Ogbodu, filed by the counsel to the deceased’s father, Chief Goodluck Ibitoye Ewarawon, alleged that Olumuyiwa was attacked in his room at Shanghai Hostel in Akungba by the armed gang of seven boys under the guise of being student cadet officers.
The counsel to the family, Olufemi Meduoye, said: “The armed assailants broke into Olumuyiwa’s room while he was asleep and attacked him, thereafter, brutalized, bruised and inflicted on him fatal injuries from which he fell into coma.
“The gang dumped Olumuyiwa’s body at the General Hospital, Iwarooka Akoko before good samaritans brought the incident to the attention of the family three days later.”
They said they took the comatose body of Olumuyiwa from the hospital to Trauma Centre Ondo which instantly referred the case to Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife.
The family said the boy never came out of coma and died later in the hospital.
They urged the Commissioner of Police to use his good office to ensure a full investigation of the murder of Olumuyiwa by the suspected Cadet Officers.
Also, they asked the authorities of the institution to look at the activities of some armed gang who operated under the guise of para-military to attack members of the public.
The family also asked the security forces and the state government to be alert to the activities of such organizations with a view to protecting the lives of innocent citizens.
The Police Image Maker, Femi Joseph, who confirmed the incident said that the suspect is on the run and that detectives are on his trail.
He, however, assured that the suspect would soon be apprehended and made to face the law court.

Weidenfeld-Hoffmann trust scholarship for Nigerian undergraduate

Weidenfeld-Hoffmann trust scholarship for Nigerian undergraduate abroad
University of OxfordMasters Degree
Deadline: 8/22 Jan 2016* (annual)
Study in:  UK
Course starts 2016
Brief description:
The Louis Dreyfus-Weidenfeld Scholarship and Leadership Programme supports outstanding students from transition and emerging economies throughout Africa, Asia and South America to pursue a graduate degree at Oxford University.  It is managed by the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust.
Host Institution(s):
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Field(s) of study:
Eligible graduate programmes related to agriculture, health care, environmental and water management, economics, public and foreign policy. See the official website for the complete list of eligible programmes.
Number of Awards:
Up to 16
Target group:
Students from transition and emerging economies throughout Africa, Asia and South America
Scholarship value/inclusions:
The scholarship will cover 100% of University and college fees and a grant for living costs (of at least £14,057). Awards are made for the full duration of your fee liability for the agreed course.
Eligibility:
You should be applying to start one of the eligible courses at Oxford.  You must be ordinarily resident in one of the eligible countries (see the official website for the complete list).  You should be intending to return to your country of ordinary residence once your course is completed.
Successful applicants must demonstrate an interest in serving the global community through their chosen field of work. You should be able to demonstrate a connection between your subject of study and your longer-term career objectives, explaining how you see your professional work contributing to the improvement of public life in your country of origin or at a wider regional or international level.
Application instructions:
In order to be considered for this scholarship, you must select the Louis Dreyfus-Weidenfeld Scholarship and Leadership Programme in the Funding section of the University’s graduate application form and submit your application for graduate study by the relevant January deadline for your course (8 January or 22 January 2016). You must also complete a Weidenfeld Scholarships Questionnaire (found at the official website) and upload it, together with your graduate application form, by the deadline.
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Website:
Weidenfeld Hoffman Trust Website: http://www.whtrust.org/

Snepco 2015 scholarship application-Nigeria undergraduates scholarship

Snepco 2015 scholarship application

The merit-based scholarship is open to FULL TIME undergraduates studying any of the under listed courses in Universities within Nigeria.
Chemical / Process Engineering
Chemistry Civil Engineering
Electrical Engine ering Geophysics
Geoscience / Geology
Instrumentation Engineering
Materials / Corrosion Engineering
Mathematics / Applied Mathematics
Mechanical / Aerospace Engineering
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Physics / Applied Physics
Process Control Engineering
Eligible Applicants must:
·
Have successfully completed a secondary education, with a minimum of seven credits, including Mathematics and English, in their O/Levels
Have gained admission during the 2013/2014 academic session in an accredited and approved university in Nigeria.
Be enrolled full‐time, in a university in Nigeria at the undergraduate level with a minimum grade point average of 3.5 at the time of application (attach transcripts or official records) Submit online application at www.scholastica.ng/schemes/SNEPCo Note:
SNEPCo will not accept emailed applications. It is important to visit the official website for detailed information and also access the online application portal
SNEPCo is committed to providing scholarship opportunities that are not associated with application fees.
Shell does not assign ‘Representatives’/‘Agents’ to assist applicants’ process applications.
Applications should be submitted online before Friday 31 October, 2014. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
inquiry at-scholastica@dragnet-solutions.com

Gambia declared by president as an Islamic country


BANJUL (Reuters) - Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh on Friday declared the formerly secular country an Islamic republic in a move he said was designed to distance the West African state further from its colonial past.
The tiny sliver of a country, named after the river from which British ships once allegedly fired cannonballs to fix its borders, joins the ranks of other Islamic Republics such as Iran and Afghanistan.
"In line with the country's religious identity and values, I proclaim Gambia as an Islamic state," said Jammeh on state television. "As Muslims are the majority in the country, the Gambia cannot afford to continue the colonial legacy," he added.
Gambia's population of 1.8 million people is 95 percent Muslim. He said that other citizens of other faiths would still be able to practise.
Jammeh, an animated orator who has earned the reputation for making surprise declarations over the course of his 21-year presidency, pulled Gambia out of the Commonwealth in 2013, calling it neo-colonial. In 2007, he claimed to have found a herbal cure for AIDS.
Despite strong commercial ties with Britain and other European countries whose citizens are regular visitors to Gambia's white-sand beaches, relations with the West have deteriorated in recent years.
The European Union temporarily withheld aid money to the country last year over Gambia's poor human rights record. Gambia, whose main industries are agriculture and tourism, ranks 165 out of 187 countries on the U.N. development index.
"Starved of development funds because of his deplorable human rights record and economic mismanagement, Jammeh is looking towards the Arab world as substitute for and source of development aid," said blogger Sidi Sanneh, a former foreign minister who has become a U.S.-based dissident.
(Writing by Emma Farge; Editing by James Dalgleish)

UNILAG Post UTME Past Questions and Answers – Free Download

UNILAG Post UTME Past Questions and Answers – free support added
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Getting a university admission in Nigeria is a competition and in every competition you need all the possible tools you can lay your hands on that will put you in the spot light.To get your Unilag post utme past questions and answers  follow the preceding steps
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list of shortlisted candidates for NNPC/MPN scholarship 2015/2016

list of shortlisted candidates for NNPC/MPN scholarship 2015/2016-exxon mobil undergrduate scholarship
    LIST OF SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR NNPC/MPN UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS 2015
Mobil nigeria petroleum ltd(MPN) and Nigeria national petroluem commission (NNPC) has today just shortlisted candidates for the 2015 session of the yearly Nigeria undergraduate scholarship.The test venue for the examination was chose by students during the course of the application and   candidates are expected to print out a copy of the Nnpc/Mpn scholarship examination invite message from their mails and present it at the venue of the examination,as this will serve as a pass into the exam center.You are advised to as well go with a school id card as a means of identification.Be low is the message sent by dragnet solution Nigeria ltd to successful students.

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PROVEN WAYS TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE-STEP BY STEP SERIES PREPARED BASICALLY FOR AFRICAN INTENDING ONLINE ENTREPRENUERS

PROVEN WAYS TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE-STEP BY STEP SERIES PREPARED BASICALLY FOR AFRICAN INTENDING ONLINE ENTREPRENUERS
      PROVEN WAYS TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE-STEP BY STEP SERIES
PREPARED BASICALLY FOR AFRICAN  INTENDING ONLINE ENTREPRENUERS
 Nigeria and the world today has reached the zenith in e-commerce and online wealth creation. But only a handful of Nigerians are aware of the secrete to a profitable and genuine income online. The few who are privilege to know a bit of these secretes are confused to be scammers. There are more than a thousand ways to getting a steady flow of income from online business and we shall be looking into a couple of them briefly.

1. Freelancing
Freelancing involves rendering services such as article writing, website design ,facebook page design ,online advertisement through mobile number  sales etc.,graphics and video attestation to clients online. Clients can be found either on freelance outsourcing sites
(fiverr ,Elance, Freelancer, etc.) or via social medias on  online forums and blogs. Payments from clients depends on bargains, which in turn depends on the nature of job you are to do.

2. Information marketing
Information marketing involves knowing what a higher population of your niche desire and getting the information packed into an e-books, e-courses, or videos, and selling it online to people who are eager to have it. E-books are the commonest forms of information products. Videos  lecture are also gaining a high demand recently.

3. Affiliate marketing
 Affiliate marketers get paid for promotions.They use a medium such as a blog or Youtube videos highly sorted to give audience to certain products and services over the net. The original owners of these products or services pays directly or via a third party like google adsence , buzzcity , jumia, who they are registered with.Most of these third parties use cookies feed to the browsers to enable each user to be directed to the information or services they would most likely prefer.Have you ever wondered why some particular adverts seems to be pursuing you where ever you go,like online betting,clothes etc? This is because you are always visit sporting and betting sites,or fashion site as the case may be. Each time a new customer referred by the affiliate marketer completes a purchase, he earns a percentage of the amount  as a marketer. The earning could be  fixed  or a specified percentage of the sale amount.Aside purchase ,just a click can earn you something.

4. Blogging
Also a growing and most assured way  to earn money online is to set up a blog or website,best interactive, which is  simple to start with say blogger  or wordpress. You need certain things to be successful in blogging ,to start you need a good design,a great SEO search engine optimization etc.The best advice is to focus on a few set of topics perhas on celebrity gist ,education, fashion  that are closely matted as this will tend to bring a faithful  audience. As the blog is promoted and updated frequently with new posts, it will attract
More visitors and build a loyal audience over time. After this is achieved  , you can then monetize your blog and start earning with it.

4. E-commerce
This involves taking you physical product onnet.You may own a boutique or a phone shop.Do you know you can actually display your product online and make people scattered around the globe,see what you have and order for your products?.That I believe was how jumia ,konga and others started,you too can do same.All you need is the right knowledge on how to start,and you are good to go.
This information you just read is a summary of what we have in stock.Get the book and get information on over 20 ways to make money online with step by step guide.We advise you choose a maximum of FOUR out of the numbers for better result. We have attached screenshots to enable you have a visual image of the process even as you read through. This is the updated version, as we got a feedback last year from our clients on how the few pictures we added aided their understanding,they are already financially independent of their employers,thus we want to make sure you have the best of understanding and start getting your own share of the cake as soon as you can bite. The internet is a very large market that no amount  of competition can put your earning to a standstill.
Other areas we dogged into the book includes
1.FOREX
2.BITCOIN( MAKE ONE BITCOIN AND SELL IT FOR #90,000)
3.Online surveys
4.Get Paid for searching the web(Qmee.com )
5.Social Investment Networks(eToro.com )
6. Review websites & apps for (UserTesting.com)
7.Mobile phone recycling
8.Low charge importation(start with as little as #50,000 Nigeria naira)
9.Review music for money
10.Buy and sell domain names(example.com etc this made me $425 this year from just 5 sales  )
11.YouTube videos
12.Network marketing(this is similar to referral networks ,but far more lucrative. You will
learn more from the book)
13. Source property for wealthy investors(you can get persons willing to start up a business in Nigeria and get them a land to start with and help them with procedures for getting legal documents,who knows you could even become a co-owner.)
14. slicethepie
15.Fiverr in details(how to earn more from Nigeria)
16.Minning of bitcoins and dogecoins.

To get your own copy of the book
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HOW TO GET A UNIVERSITY ADMISSION EASILY WITH A SINGLE TRIAL

HOW TO GET A UNIVERSITY ADMISSION EASILY WITH A SINGLE TRIAL
BY ERUBURE EJIRO

             HOW TO GET A UNIVERSITY ADMISSION EASILY WITH A SINGLE TRIAL

Getting admission in Nigeria today has become a battle which some students has fought for years without victory.Some have taken Jamb for years without any success and this has made those from a well to do home go abroad for study, with those students  who lack the necessary financial backup to be left frustrated and hopeless of the situation.

    The Nigerian academic state is gradually depreciating with institutions of higher learning like the college of education,college of technology, polytechnics and monotechnic left to depreciate without the necessary financial support as they give to universities.This has made the Federal and State universities to be highly ranked by admission seekers as they see them as the only place they can get the best academic background.They see polytechnics and college of education as a waist of time and effort as even after graduating from them,polytechnics and college of educations, the still have not obtained the necessary certificate tagged  the FIRST DEGREE.This is due to the fact that the certificate awarded are of less value compared to that awarded by  universities.This has made most admission seeker to want   nothing else but getting a university admission.They are not making totally a wrong decision,as all humans want the best that life can provide.We shall be running through  a couple of hints that over time we have seen has helped students get an easy admission into the university with a single trial.

BLASTING JAMB UTME
Jamb always is the first phase in getting admission in Nigeria universities.It is like the first filter the government use to scrap off a large portion of admission seekers each year.This is due to lack of sufficient institutions to absorb them.So if you will be getting an admission this year you will have to hit your first target,which is scoring high in jamb. The joint admission matriculation board ,Jamb has helped the issue by making public the area of concentration for each course area,and this is sufficient to making a good score if candidates would be diligent enough to study with the brochure as a guide.This is what many students has neglected that others has used to beat them in the game of getting admission easily in Nigeria.Studying for jamb is different from studying for waec (West Africa Examination Council) even though they are related.Also the examination you are studying for,should tell you what aspect to build upon.Jamb examiners do not allow the use of calculators ,thus if you are doing a calculation course in jamb,you are expected to be practicing without the aid of calculators before hand.So study in accordance with what you expect to face.A weight lifter expecting to lift a 500kg load cant practice with 100kg load except he has plans to change prior to the contest. 

jamb cutoff mark for various universities -uniben,unilag etc
THE WAY TO PRACTICING  
You must be aware that life is all about the survival of the fittest.Even animals battle for food clothing and shelter,we as human ,we battle for position,possession and everything possible.Getting a University admission in Nigeria is not an exception.With the number of growing admission seekers each year without a corresponding increase in the number of institutions of higher learning to absorb them,getting admission in Nigeria is becoming more and more competitive each year.So this is the first point we shall touch.
  There are certain courses peculiar to certain universities that has a high number of applicant each year,courses like medicine and surgery, courses like Engineering,law and accounting.These courses are highly competitive,and if you are going to be applying for them,you should be intellectually prepared to beat the large crowd.So we advice that if you are the type that just want to be educated,go for a less competitive course and this will give you a big edge over others.There are some new departments and faculties that N.U.C(Nigeria University Commission) approves each year,so its your duty to find thess out and do yourself good by applying for these courses as many candidates wont,due to lak of awareness of their very existence. 

CHOOSING THE RIGHT UNIVERSITY
Nigerian universities  usually apply tribalism in setting the post utme cutoff marks for candidates from different regions.With candidates from Local government regions around the University's Situation having the least cutoff marks.Thus if you are from Benin city,the best university to be choosing is Uniben ,if you are from Calabar,Cross River think of Unical and viz versa. 
Also in choosing Universities,it is good you know their Jamb cutoff marks as this will help you suit you application to the right institutions,a list of Universities accepting below 200 in jamb are here
Some universities has not gotten approval by N.U.C to admit students for certain courses,and you applying for these courses is like wasting  your chance with these institutions as they would admit you,but you wont have the right to use your certificate until the institution gets approval by N.U.C.There is not stipulated time this will take,so make research. We advice you inquire every step of the way.

PREPARING FOR THE POST UTME EXAMINATION
Passing Jamb is just a step in your race of securing an admission in the 2016/2017 academic session.There is more to it.You need to pass your post utme examination  to the best you can possibly.All Nigerian University has a definite pattern of setting their post utme examination.Thus it is write you get your post utme examination past questions for your choice institution ,get your post utme past questions here.This will help you  a long way as to knowing what is expected of you to study  and the nature of questions to expect.It is also advantageous as most Universities consistently repeat their post  utme questions year upon year,thus getting the post utme past questions and answers could be seen as getting the questions you will be tested with before hand.So take advantage of that.Get your post utme past questions and study with it,don't miss this simple trick,what you over look is what makes others better than you.There are certain books from which post utme questions are coined from for most institutions like for the University of Benin,Uniben, Dandy Book of English is were a bulk of their passages come from.And for those students applying for Social science related courses like law,political science etc,try and get Nigerian People and culture,it is a popular gst book in the University of Benin,Benin city.If you cant lay your hands on it,you can send use a mail using the form below and we will get back to you.Add your phone number for faster reply.

GIVE POLYTECHNICS A TRY
Going to polytechnics ,isn't  really a bad choice as to every disadvantage there is an advantage attached.Going to the polytechnic doesn't stop you from getting a university admission, in fact it  helps and eases the dream to come true.Do you know that some persons has spent over 3 years writing jamb? what if they went into a polytechnic initially? it takes just two years to get an OND, ordinary national diploma.If you had an OND you can attack from two points in the game of getting a university admission.You can apply with jamb and apply as a direct entry student at same time with your OND ,if one does not get you a university admission,the other would probably will.

KEEP FRIENDS WITH LIKE VISIONS
In pursuing  a goal in life,one boaster is having people with similar goals around you.A goal of getting a University Admission is not different.Get the right company especially those that are more sound academically than you are.So keep the right company.As when you are down they would be there to motivate you to stand up on your feet,note,there should be time for play and time to be serious. Give more time to your primary goal,which is getting a university admission  anyway.
Thanks for reading and we hope it helped you.
NOTE:What we wrote was based on statistical data collected by our Group and are not 100% all true.But to a great extent following every point and with  discipline in place,You are sure to getting an admission this year 2016/2017.congratulations in advance from we at Unisolution-uniben.blogspot.com 

FUNNIEST NIGERIAN JOKES

FUNNIEST NIGERIAN JOKES
FUNNIEST NIGERIAN JOKES


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Joke of the day!! The choir mistress and the blind guy 
A blind guy visited his choir mistress at home and found her bathing. Since he was blind, she let him in. After bathing, she came out Unclad with legs spread and shaving in front of him and she tried to make a conversation by asking him, "Brother Kwame, what brings you here? Is everything fine at home?"

"He replied, "Yes ooh, very fine. I came to tell you that I have done the eye surgery and I can see very clearly now... "Don't laugh alone" oooo
MIND  YOUR BUSINESS

TEACHER: What is the name of the Capital City of Somalia ?

AKPOS: Bomb Blast.

TEACHER: AKPOS, You are Wrong, You need to focus more on your studies.

AKPOS: Please madam, can I ask u a few questions.

TEACHER: Yes, go ahead.

AKPOS: Do u know Tracy?

TEACHER: No.

AKPOS: Do u know Blessing?

TEACHER: No.

AKPOS: Do u know Ruth?

TEACHER: (Angry) Hell no! Who are all these people and why do u

ask?

AKPOS: Teacher, You need to Focus more on your husband.

JEALOUS HUSBAND

HUSBAND: My wife where are you?

WIFE: At home love.

HUSBAND: Are you sure?

WIFE: Yes.

HUSBAND: Turn on the blender.

WIFE: (turns blender on) reeereeeereeee

HUSBAND: Ok my love goodbye.

Another day

HUSBAND: My wife where are you?

WIFE: At home love

HUSBAND: Are you sure?

WIFE: Yes

HUSBAND: Turn on the blender

WIFE: (turns blender on) reeereeeereeee

HUSBAND: Ok my love goodbye

The next day, the husband decides to go home without notice, and finds his son alone and he asked him son where is your mother?

SON: I don’t know, she went out with the blender.

Akpos Joke: Maths Challenge
The following conversation ensued between Akpos and his teacher in class:

Teacher: Answer this math problem; if your father earns N100,000 a week and gives half to your mother. What will he have?

AKPOS: A heart attack!

Akpos Joke: Pastor’s words

Akpos attended a church service one Sunday.

While the pastor was preaching he said, “Tell the person seated next to you that what happens to you will also happen to me.”

But unfortunately for Akpos, he seated next to a cripple.

So Akpos replied the cripple, “What happens to you will remain with you!”.




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