Tag: Tutorials

How to Prepare for Post UTME Exams

Filed in articles, Exam Tutorials, Hints & Tips by on March 29, 2016 35 Comments

Some students find it very difficult to prepare for exams. Some find it very stressful and time-consuming. There are a couple of things you can do ahead of time to boost your confidence and enhance your preparedness for anything the test or exams throws at you. Read these tips carefully and repeatedly. Read also How […]

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JAMB CBT FREE Practice Tutorial

Are you writing JAMB CBT exam this year? JAMB CBT might be terrifying especially to those who have not written exams on computer before. Of course, even if you are a computer literate, your experience in computer base test CBT matters a lot and it may determines your level of success. In this quick guide, […]

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Post UTME Past Questions for UNIUYO

Did you choose University of Uyo, UNIUYO as you’re your first choice as your first choice institution? If yes, read the nature of UNIUYO Post UTME Examination to understand how the examination will be. You will need UNIUYO Post UTME Past Questions and answers to enable you prepare very well for the exam. All you […]

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How to Score above 300 in your Post UTME Exams

Filed in articles, Hints & Tips, Post UTME by on May 29, 2013 154 Comments

What are the steps to passing post utme? How will I score very high in post utme exam? You will get the answers to these questions in this article. In this article, you will learn how to pass post ume and get admission into university. Getting admission into higher institutions in Nigeria might be a […]

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Computer Based Test

Filed in articles, Exam Tutorials, exams by on May 6, 2013 35 Comments

Computer Based Test (CBT) is a modern testing procedure where each examinee answers their question directly on a computer. It’s a bit different from the traditional way of testing where individuals will have to answer their questions using a paper and a pencil or pen. Computer Based Testing requires the examinee to have a grab […]

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