This message just got to us and it's a matter of urgency. It seems the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Unizik, had some issues with registered candidates for her 2016 Post UTME exercise.
If you have a friend or relation who applied for unizik screening between 13th to 21st September 2016, the person should urgently go back online to the portal and check his or her name on the list of people with incomplete registration. The application is ending tomorrow! So handle this as a matter of urgency. There are over 1500 names on that list, and after tomorrow they are not eligible for admission consideration.
To check if your name is on the list, follow this link http://nauportal.com:8080/unizikscreening/login?operation=loadincompleteapplication
Before you say the news is not true, first check the university portal and make sure that your name is not on the list of those with incomplete registration. It is better to be sure than sorry.
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Today is September 5th, yet no higher institution in Nigeria has a clear road map on how to admit new students. Maybe the private ones will smile bigger this year but on the other hand, who even have about N500,000 and above to enroll his or her child into a private University. I know some parents who have concluded plans to withdraw their children this October (nke i gulu ezugo, ego adiro zi) cos they can't even feed at home like before not to mention paying above 1000 dollars as tuition fees. So you see, even the private universities will cry more.
One failed policy upon another coupled with threats of sack or prob to those who talk or oppose them.
Don't our people say that "oti okpo na-eti okpo, ya buru uzo tie akpa aja, otichaa akpa aja, o were chobazie onye o ga etigbu." literal transposed to " a boxer that want wants to box, should first of all, box the a bag of sand. Then after that he can look for who to box"
The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, on Friday 5th August 2016, announced the release of the 2016 May/June Results and the percentage of pass and failure was also announced and can be seen in this post 2016 May/June Waec Result Is Out.
Here is how to check:
First, you need to have a waec result checking scrach card from the country you took your waec. Example a Ghana waec result checking scratch card won't work for someone who wrote his/her waec in Nigeria.
With that said, log on to waec result checking portal at www.waecdirect.org. When the site opens, follow the steps below:
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The West African Examinations (WAEC), has Friday in Lagos released its 2016 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), withholding the results of 137,295, representing 8.89% candidates.
Just as a total of eight hundred and seventy eight thousand and forty (878,040) candidates, representing 52.97%, obtained credits in five (5) subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.” It will be recall that in 2014 and 2015 the percentage of candidates that obtained five (5) credits and above including English Language and Mathematics in the WASSCE were 31.28% and 38.68% respectively. The Head of
Nigeria National Office, Nigeria, Mr Olu Adenipekun while briefing journalists explained that the withheld results are in connection with various cases of examination malpractice, adding, “the cases are being investigated and reports of the investigations will be presented to the appropriate committee of the Council in due course for consideration.” According to him, a total number of 1,552,758 Candidates sat for the May/June examination.
Of the 1,544,234 who sat the exams, he said: ” A total of 1,014,573 candidates, representing 65.70% obtained six (6) credits and above; one million one hundred sixty seven thousand four hundred and eighty four (1,167,484) candidates, representing 75.60% obtained five (5) credits and above, while one million two hundred and eighty two thousand two hundred and four (1,282,204) candidates, representing 83.03% obtained credit and above in four (4) subjects.”
He added that one million three hundred and seventy thousand forty nine (1,370,049) candidates, representing 88.72% obtained credit and above in three (3) subjects, while one million four hundred and thirty eight thousand six hundred and seventy nine (1,438,679) candidates, representing 93.16% obtained credit and above in two (2) subjects.
Source: Vanguard Nigeria
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