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Did You Get Admission This Year?

hello i want to know if anyone in the house gained an admission this year into any Uni (here or yonder). it's a thing of joy so tell us the school, course, how you felt, etc. as for me, my name came out on the Absu merit list for my dream course (English & lit). how about you?

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Congratulation to all of you!

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got admited to UNIBEN to study production eng.

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Also got admited 2 unn 2 study physics and astronomy.Many tanx 2 God

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We r gradually getting closer to our destiny. God help us!

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yeah, i did U.N.N psychology just av 2 thank God for it

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I heard some schools have released their final lists, did anyone else get lucky?

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I heard some schools have released their final lists, did anyone else get lucky?

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Half bread is better than chin-chin.

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Half bread is better than chin-chin.

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I was admitted to study Philosophy. Afta i applied for Law in Uniben

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Hallelujah! Amen! Hossana!

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Though i was in unilag studyin pharmacology but don't lyk it,so i did jamb and had 263 and also uniben pst ume and had 63 and was admited 2 study petroleum engineering.praise thy lord.

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The rock of my admission, GOD, did it 4 me,got admitted 2 study pharmacy in uniben.My joy is still unspeakable.

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A couple of my friends have also gotten admission into some nigerian unis. I'm happy for them. Can't wait to resume with my peers at ABSU. . . .

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At last, UNILAG released first batch of its admission list excluding my name, though they said I did not meet the cut off.

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Whatz up guys, i am very happy because i crossed UNN admisson cut off for english and literature. Pls if someone knows about their primary list and registration stuff, pls kindly inform me. As for those that were hell-bent on english not being a dream course, i don't know what to say to them.

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^^^ True say.

And the poster can always go on to do a masters or a PHD later on, and can be a professor later on. He can even go on to write and publish a book and may go on to be richer than some people who studied engineering.

Never look down on a course. All subjects are important, may be not to you but to others and society.

Besides, English may not be seen as a sought after course now but poster can re-write history.

Poster, make the most of the subject you have been given, whether it was ur dream course or not-especially as it's the first time uv been lucky after writing JAMB for a number of times. Same goes for others.

Good luck.

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Lol,just love the course u are doing.make sure u have plans to achieve sucess in the course after school.ABOVE ALL,THE HELP OF GOD IS IMPORTANT

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How sad, parents deciding courses for their Children

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for u not to waste ur time u can get pre degree forms so that u will not just si at home

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I say a Big AMEN to that, No more waiting anymore xx God will make it work out for us x

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I thrust God He can do everything beyond our imagination. This year is a divine year for our admission into university to study ur choice of course. AMEN.

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Oloks.

I got ur point. But the course was never a dream course for the even the poster. He only considered studing it have attempting JAMB three times. It only become an option for him when 'Big sounding courses failed him'. Nigeria is really a funny country cos most parents will never finance their wards school just to study much course "reserved for the not do well". It is just a societal thing.

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Not arguing with u, have no reason to do so, just trying to broaden your mind outside the "box"

My point is, have a global view of issues, and not just base your reasoning on Nigeria,

Do not think Wole Soyinka or Achebe studied any of your listed courses, the last time I checked.

Have u ever thought that this course might be a dream course for some people?

It is nothing personal

Ciao!!

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You have not made any Point. Infact ur argument is just pointless. The fact remains that there have never been any time in Nigeria that English and Literature was a dream course and it will never be. I never said it was a bad course, i only said it was never a dream course. Its usually reserved for for those who dont meet the cut-off marks of the 'sort after courses'.

We all know that the course studied doesnot matter at the end of the day, But the truth still remains that all the parents wants their children to read Law, Medicine, Engineering----civil, structural,petro-chemical etc

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am still waiting for mine, we applied for Advert in unn

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The views above to me is a very narrow view of life, and does not speak of someone who is educated. Having a degree does not make u educated. You might have gone through a university but did the university pass through U??

Mistake which most people make is, education is a means to an end, and not an end in itself.

Do you seek education because you want to broaden your knowledge and satisfy your desire or u are in it 'cos of the money u think will come out of a course you are doing?

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Congrat, Slap.  My younger brother got admission for Eng & Litt. at Absu as well. His name is Alex. You can reach him on 08056583291. To reach me use 08034304425 - Chidi.  Bless u.

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Got admitted 2 university of Alabama and i was denied a visa

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Goodness ! I m lost , what am i doing in this thread ?

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Me still dey wait for Unilag lists o, help me pray o my fellow nairalanders

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I agree. no one should pidgeon hole themselves.

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Una never see where person dey study Urhobo?

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English and English literature is a good course though you can do many things

this idea people must choose petrochemical,engineering or some tough sounding course

is misleading and many people on those courses are in it just for the money and title

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HAving been struggling to get admitted into a university since 2004, I took part in 2009 UME and choosed UNILAG and UNAAB as my first and second choice respectively. Unilag told me that I scored 46.7 aggregate which I am still doubting it up till now. Unaab said I scored 52 percent but my doubt is if Unaab will consider me eventhough I am from Ogun State and I choosed the school as second choice. The only happiness God gave me now and which I am relying on now is The admission LASU External system offered to me. At least is better than waiting for another year to come.

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Only God knows wen U.i will fix dier dates.

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as for me i was waiting for post ume of futy for long time now. but i saw the new on their website this morning that the exam is 8:00am tomorrow and me living lasgos to yola it will take me 48 hours

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@Phuck-NL

I think u are absolutely right. "If the desired cannot be achieved, the achieveable becomes desirable" He got me confused as to when English & lit become the bomb

@ALEXMAKAAY.

Its not called tribalism, its called MKM==="MAN KNOW MAN".

Pls learn and stop exposing ur ignorance in public.

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Still hoping yet, Mouau release their adm. list but, i can check from the site since like the site hav a problem.

Congrate bro,

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pls nld's, my friend wants to study medicine and surgery in unilag, he scored 048 in aggregate, but he didnt put in 4 that subject and the rest was not released, any luck?

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What can one do with English and Literature in Nigeria? Even one can't do much with that major abroad talkless of in Nigeria. Same goes to Philosophy. I hope these are pre-majors but then again Nigeria doesn't do a 4 year pre-major. Anyway, to each his own.

Chai I see JAMB is still screwing up students, I wonder why they give JAMB this so much power. JAMB should be a successful entrance to University not the hindrance.

Anyway, good luck to some of you still waiting for your admission and congrats to those who already got admission.

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You missed a key point. English and Literature became his dream course after 4 atempts at Jamb.

He claims 226 is his lowest score in Jamb so far. I doubt he chose English and Literature the previous 3 times otherwise he would have been admitted.

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Thank God for helping you secure the admission because admission into nigerian uni isn't easy. Welcome to the league JAMBITES

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u may not understand it. @otukpo

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Tribal stuff btw Imo and Anambra? Laughs.

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i'm the most favoured one this year. i came first in the merit list of ED/economics in alvan ikoku fed college of education,owerri,imo state. the amazing thing there is that i'm from anambra so i thought there were goin to do some tribal stuff bt it was'nt so. thank God.

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haba unn never release their adm list, i think the poster dont suppose to post such by now

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