While preparing for your Post-Utme exam it is important that you not only prepare hard but you prepare smart if you truly want to gain admission into your school of choice, You do this by utilizing these secrets that I am about to show you in this post.
These secrets have been summed up after a careful observation and opinion from many students who attest to the effectiveness and authenticity of these secrets after their Post Utme exam.
Get your School Pre-degree or JUPEB questions
Probably you don’t know before, but this is a top-notch admission secret. Most schools especially federal universities go as far as setting their A level questions for Post-Utme candidates. You can confirm this from staylites in schools such as Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), University of Ibadan (UI) University of Benin(UNIBEN), University of Lagos (UNILAG), and so on, Many of them will tell you they didn’t understand some of the questions that were set for them until they entered 100 level. So if you are one of the aspirants of these Universities, then I have just shown you this admission secret you’ll ever be grateful for.
Special Questions for Medicine and other Professional Courses
If you’re an aspirant seeking to study Medicine or any other competitive courses in most Federal Universities or in one of the top Nigerian state Universities, then one of the secrets am freely showing you is that some of these institutions set more difficult and complex questions in Post-Utme for Medicine, Dentistry, Law and other most sort after courses in Nigerian tertiary institutions. This is due to the competitiveness of these courses.
Don’t just study your School Post-Utme Past questions add JAMB’s to it
Most candidates after their UTME exam no longer read their JAMB past question thinking Post- Utme exam is just on another level compared to the UTME exam. This is true but let me tell you, In 2015 when I wrote my UNIBEN Post-Utme exam, a very good number of questions in one of the subjects were from JAMB past question. I had no iota of doubt in marking the right answers because I had not only prepared myself with the University of Benin past questions but complemented it with JAMB and even WAEC past questions. This is one of the Post Utme secrets that has helped many people in securing their admission.
Arrive at Your School on Time
You might be wondering how on earth this is any secret. Just chill and read through. If you don’t know most institutions have special secrets materials such as textbooks and question banks where they extract their Post-Utme questions from. They don’t make this public but trust me this is the fact. Now, what does this implies? Good question, by staying a few days or weeks among other aspirants like you or even current students of your desired school, you could get to know about these materials and might even get access to them so you can as well prepare yourself with these materials. This will beyond doubt boost your chances of doing well in the exam.
Negative Marking or Not?
Negative marking is when marks are been deducted for every wrong answer you choose during the course of your examination. Do all schools practice Negative marking? Maybe or maybe not depending on what the examiner decides for that particular year but sometimes negative marking is introduced for some set of questions most especially questions with True or False option. How will I know if my question contains negative marking questions? No need to panic if your question contains negative marking questions it will be boldly indicated. Therefore you can decide if you want to still go ahead and answer them or just leave that particular question(s)
Lastly while preparing for your Post Utme exam, don’t forget to always ask questions, you’ll be amazed at the number of information and secrets pertinent to your admission that you will get simply by asking questions from those who are already ahead of you most especially but not limited to people who are already in that school you’re seeking for its admission.
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