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Part Time And Full Time, Is There Any Difference?

I have been writing Jamb for the past 5 years, only failed it once, i wasn't lucky enough to be offered admission and i'm kind of fed up. A friend advised me to run part time programme in a University and i think i'm taking this into consideration so far it's the same Bsc degree. Apart from the difference in the years of both, I want to know if there is a significant difference between getting an admission through Jamb and running part time.

God bless.

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Ask your director in school. Partimers dont serve.

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Please i really want to know if student who are doing Part - Time, or are through with Part - Time Courses would be able to do NYSC.

I know someone who is doing Part - Time he is working as well, but we want to have more information base on if it would be possible to do NYSC when we are through.

Please we really want to know.

Thanks

Worried.

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Your decision should base on good and reasonable reasons.I will advice if you have a stable job and you think you can manage part time with your job, why not? Evening classes are always stressful but provided you are working,your working experience is not a waste in labour market,also NYSC certificate is of good value in labour market.Once you are not lazy in pursing additional qualification, you will see yourself flying without wings

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Is it that student who are into Part - time would not be able to serve. Please i would like to know.

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PLease we need advice for Part - Time student.

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PT is PT no any classification be it weekends evenings or afternoon.

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Hello,

I was told that people who are into Part - Time base on (Saturday and Sunday class) would not be able to do NYSC. Would that be the same for those

who are into (Evening weekdays classes). please your advice would be much regarded for it would help a lot of people.

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Are u a male of remale?, hw old are u now? u hv to answer dis question inorder to know where you will belong at the end. u can easily add some years to ur age b4 taking the rite decision's.PT or not PT u might end up learning a trade if care in nt taking.

BE WISE

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ZIGZAGLIFE, My dear, there is a lot of diff, view it in any ways, the kind of knowledge u will acquire, ful time student is now perceive to be half baked talk less of PT students, and also the issue of NYSC ,most of the part time graduates don't go for service , thus,. again the labour market also discriminate not only because of age but also the so cal Discharge cert, without U undergo the Service, but if u have a good job, it is advised, becos the labour market is choke up for Full time graduate not to talk of PT Graduate

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