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    DOWNLOAD WAEC SYLLABUS FOR ALL MAJOR SUBJECTS

    Area of Concentration for Agricultural Science WAEC

    • Definition and branches of agricultural science.
    • Problems of agricultural development and possible solutions
    • subsistence and commercial agriculture
    • Land and its uses
    • Factors affecting land availability for agricultural purpose
    • Soil formation and profile development
    • Plant nutrients and nutrient cycle
    • AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING/MECHANIZATION
    • CROP and Animal Production
    • AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND EXTENSION
    • AGRICUTURAL ECOLOGY

     

    Area of Concentration for BIOLOGY WAEC

    • Living Organisms and Evolution
    • Adaptation
    • Nutrition
    • Transport and Respiration
    • Excretion, Reproduction and Growth
    • Soil
    • Heredity
    • Co-ordination and control
    • Homeostatis

     

    Area of Concentration for CHEMISTRY WAEC

    • STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM
    • STANDARD SEPARATION TECHNIQUES FOR MIXTURES
    • Periodic Chemistry
    • Chemical Bonds & Stoichiometry
    • Gas Laws and Energy Changes
    • Acid, Bases and Salts
    • Solubility
    • Equilibrium and Redox reactions
    • Organic Chemistry
    • The Chemical Industry

     

    Area of Concentration for Civic Education WAEC

    • Citizenship and Nationalism
    • Values
    • Human Rights/ Political Apathy
    • Responsible Parenthood
    • Traffic Regulations
    • Inter- Personal Relationships
    • Cultism Youth Empowerment
    • Drugs and Drug Abuse, Hiv/Aids
    • Human Trafficking
    • Democracy, Rule of Law and National Development

     

    Area of Concentration for Commerce WAEC

    • OCCUPATION
    • PRODUCTION
    • BUSINESS UNITS
    • TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
    • BUSINESS CAPITAL AND PROFITS
    • HOME TRADE
    • FOREIGN TRADE, PURCHASE AND SALE OF GOODS IN HOME  AND FOREIGN TRADE
    • FINANCE AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS,MONEY,BANKS, INSURANCE
    • ADVERTISING
    • MARKETING

     

    Area of Concentration for Economics WAEC

     

    • DEFINITION AND SCOPE OF ECONOMICS
    • Demand and Supply
    • THEORY OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
    • Theory of Cost
    • BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS
    • POPULATION AND LABOUR MARKET
    • Agriculture and Industrialization
    • National Income, Money and Inflation
    • FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
    • INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS
    • PUBLIC FINANCE

     

     

    Area of Concentration for Mathematics WAEC

    • Number bases and Indices
    • Logarithms, Sequence and Series
    • Sets and Surds
    • Variation and ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES
    • Mensuration and PLANE GEOMETRY
    • . COORDINATE GEOMETRY OF     STRAIGHT LINES
    • Trigonometry
    • STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY.

     

    UNITS  Candidates should be familiar with the following units and their symbols. 

    ( 1 )  Length  1000 millimetres (mm) = 100 centimetres (cm) = 1 metre(m). 1000 metres = 1 kilometre (km)

    ( 2 )  Area  10,000 square metres (m2) = 1 hectare (ha)  

    ( 3 )  Capacity 1000 cubic centimeters (cm3) = 1 litre (l)  

    ( 4 )  Mass 1000 milligrammes (mg) = 1 gramme (g)

                    1000 grammes (g) = 1 kilogramme( kg )

    1000 ogrammes (kg) = 1 tonne.

     

    OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION 

    ( 1) Use of Mathematical and Statistical Tables Mathematics and Statistical tables, published or approved by WAEC may be used in the examination room.  Where the degree of accuracy is not specified in a question, the degree of accuracy expected will be that obtainable from the mathematical tables. 

    (2) Use of calculators The use of non-programmable, silent and cordless calculators is allowed. The calculators must, however not have the capability to print out nor to  receive or send any information. Phones with or without calculators are not allowed.  

     

     

     

    Area of Concentration for Geography WAEC

    • Map reading
    • Rocks, Weather and Climate
    • Vegetation and soil
    • ECONOMIC AND HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
    • REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF NIGERIA
    • REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF GHANA
    • REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA

     

     

    Area of Concentration for Physics WAEC

    • Equilibrium of bodies
    • Motion, Speed and Velocity
    • Rectilinear acceleration
    • Simple harmonic motion
    • Equilibrium of Forces
    • Newtons Law of Motion
    • Energy, Work and Power
    • Heat Energy and Wave
    • Optics and Fields

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    SUMMARY OF SWEET-SIXTEEN PDF(QUESTIONS & ROLES) DOWNLOAD

    Like we did for the JAMB 2018 Novel- INDEPENDENCE by Sarah LAdipo,  where we highlighted the various roles played by the Main characters and went on to making a Question and Answer download in pdf.

    For this YEAR, we have come up with same, and it is completely free of charge. We put up a comprehensive summary of the book by Bolaji Abdulllahi, made a list of some words and its meaning and also roles played by some characters in the Novel.

    summary of sweet-sixteen pdf

    SUMMARY OF SWEET-SIXTEEN JAMB2019 NOVEL

    The novel Sweet-Sixteen centers on an Intelligent,Chubby young girl, Aliya, an Asthmatic patient from birth, who sees herself as a young adult certainly more than her father (Mr Bello) that kept making feel she was a child at 16. Aliya left for the boarding school at age- twelve 12.

    Aliya’s Father (Mr Bello) a yoruba man and a muslim, has worked as a Journalist, at a public relations agency and thereafter at an International Organisation that helps poor people in Africa. Aliya’s Mother was a Nurse.

     

    Mr Bello never saw Birthdays as a major achievement in Life worth celebrating and throwing parties for. Insted, he gives Aliya birthday cards. But Aliya received something a little different from her father for her Sixteenth, (A camera), the usual birthday card and a Spiral bound document titled “A LETTER TO MY DAUGHTER”.

    The principal at Aliya’s Boarding school (a christian and a TIV man) was friends with Mr Bello (Aliya’s Father).

    Aliya was a straight A student but had a little problem in chemistry where she scored nothing higher than a C.

    Aliya was particularly close to her dad, she regarded him as her only true friend. She shared almost everything with him and felt comfortable with it. Most especially on topics bothering on sex, relationships and life in generally.

    Her father was bent on tutoring her and make her ready for life ahead, that he did diligently by telling her stories and using analogies.

    Remember  the gifts Aliya received from her father? well, the document turned out to be the best from the lot. It was a letter written from her Dad as he made reference to a certain drive out with Aliya four years earlier. He highlighted the most important topics of discourse that day. He made her realise that as a young girl, hard work the only way out of poverty to success.

    Also, that if something is being done by majority doesn’t really make it right , Certain things were not appropriate for her at that time which she had an idea of already.

    He categorically stated, “PLEASE DON’T ALLOW ANYBODY, I MEAN ANYBODY TO TOUCH YOUR PRIVATE PARTS”

    CONTINUED in the pdf file below, download and enjoy.

    DOWNLOAD SUMMARY OF SWEET-SIXTEEN, ROLES OF CHARACTERS, QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FREE PDF

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    HOW TO SEND YOUR NIGERIAN TRANSCRIPT TO US, UK,GERMANY, FINLAND, MALAYSIA,GHANA NETHERLAND, CANADA.

    how to send your transcript abroad from nigeria to US UK gemany canada

    Hello, are you in Nigeria?, do you intend to study abroad ?, or are you currently studying in a tertiary institution in countries like USA, Germany, Ghana, Canada, Malaysia e.t.c.

    As you may have noticed now, transcript application and transfer in most Nigeria universities comes with a lot of hassles. Not just the cost, problem of logistics and structural bureaucracy existing in the Nigerian education system.

    If you are in Nigeria, I reckon you visit your undergraduate institution yourself, visit the exams and record division and make enquiries on how to collect and transfer your educational transcript to the recipient institution abroad.

    But if you are already studying abroad, unfortunately the above cannot be used in your case. So i imbibe you to take the following steps to apply and transfer your list of scores to the host institution.

     

     Transcripts cannot be received individually, it is usually transferred between institutions, so don’t expect to get a personal copy given to you OR a relative.

     

     

    HOW TO REQUEST FOR NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL TRANSCRIPT WHEN ABROAD

    Some Nigerian University portal like that of the university of Nigeria, Nsukka(UNN) offer what is called  i-transcript/e transcript request service with which they can arrange /transfer your transcript regardless of your geographical location.

    Therefore, it is advised that you check your undergraduate/ graduate university’s portal to see if they offer such services at a fee though.

    A more convenient: Would be asking your relatives in Nigeria to help you out. But I believe this is prohibited by most Nigerian Universities.

    Yourself: If you have exhausted other alternatives mentioned above, you may try this:

    1. See List of Emails of all Nigerian Universities.
    2. Check and note down the Email of your university.
    3. Send a mail requesting for procedures on how to apply and get your transcript sent to your school abroad.
    4. you should receive a feedback in No time and comply with their directives.

    Use your most active email address

    The content of your mail should contain your FULL NAME, DEPARTMENT, MATRICULATION NUMBER and YEAR OF GRADUATION.

    I strongly believe that any of the methods above would ensure a successful Transcript application and its subsequent transfer to the receiving School abroad.

    Want to / Studying in the US/canada? take a look on using WES to send Your undergraduate transcript.

    If you encounter any difficulties or would want to make enquiries concerning your Nigerian undergraduate transcript transfer, Please feel free to leave a comment below, we would be glad to help.


    As, you know, the JAMB 2017 examination is just around the corner.Here is a list of subject combos for different courses in tertiary educations of learning.

     

    Full List of JAMB Subject Combinations for all Courses

    JAMB Subject Combinations for Sciences:

    1. Agriculture:

    English, Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and any one of Physics and Mathematics.

    2. Agricultural Economics:

    English Language, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science and Mathematics.

    3. Agricultural Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    4. Agricultural Extension:

    English, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

    5. Agronomy:

    English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

    6. Anatomy:

    English, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry or Physics.

    7. Animal Production and Science:

    Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Physics/Mathematics.

    8. Architecture:

    English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

    9. Biochemistry:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

    10. Biological Sciences:

    Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics.

    11. Botany:

    Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

    12. Building:

    Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

    13. Chemistry:

    Use of English, Chemistry and two of Physics, Biology and Mathematics.

    14. Civil Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    15. Chemical Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    16. Computer Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    17. Computer Science:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and one of Biology, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Economics and Geography.

    18. Crop Production and Science:

    English, Chemistry, Biology/Agriculture and Mathematics or Physics.

    19. Dentistry:

    Use of English, Chemistry, Biology and one Science subject.

    20. Electrical Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    21. Electronic Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    22. Estate Management:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

    23. Fisheries:

    Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and any other Science subject.

    24. Food Science and Technology:

    Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics / Physics and Agricultural Science.

    25. Forestry:

    Use of English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

    27. Geology:

    Use of English and any three Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Biology and Geography.

    28. Industrial Chemistry:

    Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics and any of Physics/Biology/Agricultural Science.

    29. Mathematics:

    Use of English, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

    30. Marine Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    31. Mechanical Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    32. Medical Laboratory Science:

    English Language, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

    33. Medical Rehabilitation:

    Use of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology

    34. Medicine and Surgery:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

    35. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    36. Microbiology:

    Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Mathematics.

    37. Nursing:

    Use of English, Physics, Biology and Chemistry.

    38. Petroleum and Gas Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    39. Pharmacy:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

    40. Physiology:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

    41. Physiotherapy:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

    42. Physics:

    Use of English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.

    43. Production and Industrial Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    44. Pure and Applied Mathematics:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Biology or Agricultural Science or Chemistry or Geography.

    45. Quantity Surveying:

    Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

    46. Radiography:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

    47. Statistics:

    Use of English, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

    48. Soil Science:

    English, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

    49. Structural Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    50. Surveying and Geoinformatics:

    Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

    51. Systems Engineering:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    52. Urban and Regional Planning:

    English, Mathematics, Geography and one of Economics, Physics, Chemistry.

    53. Veterinary Medicine:

    Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

    54. Zoology:

    Use of English, Biology and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

     

    JAMB Subject Combinations for Social Sciences:

    1. Accountancy:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

    2. Banking and Finance:

    Use of English, Mathematics, one Social Science subject and any other subject.

    3. Business Administration:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

    4. Business Management:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

    5. Cooperative and Rural Development:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other subject.

    6. Demography and Social Statistics:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics/Geography and any other subject.

    7. Economics:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.

    8. Geography:

    Use of English, Geography and two other Arts or Social Science subjects.

    9. Human Resources Management:

    Use of English, Economics, Government and any other relevant subjects.

    10. Industrial Relations:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant subject.

    11. Insurance:

    English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

    12. International Relations:

    Use of English, Economics, Literature in English and Geography/Government/History.

    13. Library Science:

    Use of English and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

    14. Marketing:

    Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant Subject.

    15. Mass Communication:

    Use of English, Literature in English, Economics and Government or CRK/IRK.

    16. Philosophy:

    Use of English, Government and any other two subjects.

    17. Political Science:

    Use of English, Government or History plus two other Social Science/Arts subjects.

    18. Psychology:

    Use of English, and any three subjects from Arts or Social Science.

    19. Public Administration:

    Use of English, Government, Economics and any other subject.

    20. Religious Studies:

    Use of English Language, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

    21. Social Work:

    Use of English Language, Mathematics, Economics/Geography and any other subject.

    22. Sociology and Anthropology:

    Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts Subjects.

    23. Tourism:

    English, Mathematics, Economics and any other subject.

    JAMB Subject Combinations for Arts:

    1. Arabic and Islamic Studies:

    Use of English, Arabic and two subjects from Arts or Social Sciences.

    2. Christian Religious Studies:

    Use of English, two Arts subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge and any other subject.

    3. English and Literary Studies:

    Use of English, Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.

    4. Fine and Applied Arts:

    Use of English Language, Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

    5. Foreign Languages and Literature:

    Use of English Language, Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

    6. French:

    English, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.

    7. Hausa:

    English, Hausa, Lit in English and any of Economics, Government, History and Arabic.

    8. History and International Studies:

    Use of English, History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

    9. Law:

    English, Literature, Economics and any other Art Subject.

    10. Linguistics:

    English, Two relevant Arts subjects and any other subject.

    11. Theatre Arts:

    Use of English, Literature in English and two other relevant subjects.

    12. Igbo:

    English, Igbo and two subjects from Arts and social Sciences.

    13. Mass Communication:

    Use of English, Literature in English, Economics and Government or CRK/IRK.

    14. Music:

    Use of English, Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.

    15. Yoruba:

    Use of English, Yoruba and two other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.

     

    Hope y’ll find this helpful?

    PICTURES DELSU STUDENTS CAN RALATE TO


    Even if you studied in Delta state University during the 90’s, some things dont change.

    1. When you go to convocation hall by 4:30 am.
    These guyz dont sleep , trust me!
    2. When you go for medicals!
    Chisos!

    3.At ecobank campus 2 for fees payment!

    U neva start

    4.Abraka sun on a normal day!

    That town is hot sha!

    5. When a lecturer tells you he added 20marks to everybody and you still scored

        18.

    Take heart, its the begging!

    6.When you trek from campus 3 small gate to Obiarukwu for the first time!

    Okay na!

    7.Awoko during exam time! BMS

    8.When nepa brings light!
    9.When your friend tells you, “lets go to ethiope river”
    Kukuma kill me

    10.How regular students see predigree students!

    Una neva start

    11. Lecture handout for one course!

    Haba! Mr lecturer

    12.Delsu girls and bumshort?

    13. Graduate with 2,1?
    E no easy at all!

     

    LAUTECH 2019/2020 PREDEGREE ADMISSION


    HOW TO WRITE AN I.T OR SIWES REPORT

    Hello Guys!, so today on Jambito we are going to cover the major and important points on I.T Report or siwes report writing.

    How to write an IT REPORT  FULL GUIDE

    SIWES REPORT

    GUIDELINES ON HOW TO WRITE SIWES REPORTS1.0              SIWES Report writing can be described as students order in an objective account of daily, weekly and monthly presentation of experience gathered during the period of attachment in the industry.  A good SIWES report therefore must obey certain principles of effective writing.  The report must feature some prominent qualities like clarity, brevity, accuracy simplicity and logically.  It must also possess good grammatical expression, lucidity, coherency and consistency.

    1.1              HOW TO WRITE SIWES REPORT

    It is necessary for the writer to prepare a simple outline arranged in manner that will guide the writer in an easy presentation of his/her finding(s) and conclusion.  Also it will give a vivid and accurate account of what actually transpired in the place of industrial attachment.

    1.2       LANGUAGE

    SIWES Report must be written in a language that will convey actual report to a layman and a neutral person who does not have any prior knowledge of the working system of the organization.  The information contained in the report must be clearly communicated in such a way that will be void of multiple interpretation or ambiguity.  This is because any report writing that lacks clarity of meaning is as good as not writing any report at all.

    (i)          It must contain correct and accurate information it must be devoid of grammatical error.

    (ii)               The report must be very precise and concise in presentation.

    (iii)             The writer must have his/her mind concentrated on the subject matter

    (iv)             Finally, the report is better written using the third person singular in its grammatical composition.

    2.0       FORMAT OF A SIWES REPORT

    This is a report that can be classified as formal report and it must contain the following parts:

    (a)                Cover page

    (b)                Title page

    (c)                Certification

    (d)               Acknowledgement

    (e)                Table of content

    (f)                 List of tables

    (g)                List of figures

    (h)                Appendices

     

     

    2.0.1    COVER PAGE

    This is the page where the title of the report, name of writer(s) with matriculation number, the name of the company where attachment was done, the department of the report writer, the period and the year of attachment must be clearly stated.

    2.0.2    TITLE PAGE

    The title page indicates what a particular report is all about.  It shows all the identities that would facilitate easy access and identification of a report e.g.  the names of the writer, the title of the report, the period of the industrial attachment the purpose for which the report is submitted, and the month and year of submission of the report.

     

    2.0.3    CERTIFICATION

    This is the page that contains the statements that endorses author’s report as meeting the approved standard by the authority.  It must be endorsed by the Departmental coordinator.  Students should ensure that the certification page is signed at the point of submission.

     

    2.0.4    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    This is used to recognize or express appreciation for the effort support or cooperation of those who have contributed to the success of the report.

    2.0.5    TABLE OF CONTENT

    This has to do with the pagination of the whole report as regards showing the sequential arrangement of the facts or ideas in the report on different pages of the report.  It therefore enables readers know where to find items that really interest them in the report without going through the whole content.

    2.0.6    LIST OF TABLE

    Like the table of content, this shows the orderly arrangement of tables and the pages where it could be found.

    2.0.7    LIST OF FIGURE

    This also deals with pagination of figures as appeared in the whole report so as to aid the understanding of the report.

    2.0.8    APPENDIX

    These are explanatory and statistical supplementary materials or information at the end of a report which can aid better understanding of some aspects of the report.

     

    2.0.9    SUMMARY

    This is a brief analysis of the content of the report which normally comes at the beginning of a report to give readers insight into the content of the report, thereby, preparing the mind of readers and also aiding easy-grasp and understanding of the report.

    3.0       BODY OF THE REPORT

    The body of the report discusses the main work done during the four-month SIWES industrial attachment.  It must be analyzed under various headings and subheadings to make it easy to read.

    CHAPTER ONE

    Introduction:  This must entail note about SIWES and brief description of the organization where SIWES was carried out with the staff structure of the organization (organogram)

    CHAPTER TWO

    Sectional activities and work done i.e. what the students learnt from their respective organizations.  In summary, the experience acquired during the SIWES period. Also, definition of logical terms in their various fields of study (some professional languages) used during the SIWES period.

    CHAPTER THREE

    This entails the input/contribution of the students to their respective organizations and the project(s) carried out during the SIWES period.

    CHAPTER FOUR

    SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION

     

    NOTE

    The Technical Report must be in the following format:

    Paper:             A4

    Font:               Times New Roman

    Spacing:          Double Line

    Font Size:       12 Point.

    INDEPEDENCE NOVEL SUMMARY