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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.

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    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


    Independence novel summary

    Ajayi Tayo was a secondary school student who got an admission to study at Baliol university, Oxford . Before he left, he paid pleasantries to his family members and well wishers .He also left behind his childhood love, Modupe.

    He sailed on the Aureol (a ship) to England. On arrival at Oxford ,he wrote letters to his father back at Ibadan telling him about his journey and the dignitaries he had encountered since his arrival and his father(baba) was delighted about his well being.

    WAEC AREA OF CONCENTRATION

    Tayo then meet his high school principal (Mr.Faircliff) old friend Mr.Barker . Mr. barker was a history do at St. John. He meet three other Nigerians at the university, Bolaji ,Ike , and Christine. He dated Christine for sometime then broke up due to some arguments.

    At the weekly West African Society meetings, Tayo met a beautiful English girl called Vanessa Richardson. She was a student from a neighboring campus. Tayo and Vanessa had a relationship.

    During a vacation to France, Tayo receive a call from a friend back at oxford with the news that Christine was dead,she committed sucide .Tayo was sad and felt guilty for the death of Christine.

    Tayo visited his cousin Tunde house at Yorkshire which they shared with some other Nigerians. During his visit they threw a party at the house .

    The party was crashed by some thugs and a fight broke out. The police arrived and Tayo , Tunde , and Yusuf(a Nigerian at the house) was arrested. They where bailed by their neighbors,  Mr and Mrs Winter.

     

    He was invited to give a lecture on “Nigeria” to students of Bellamy Boys School by Mr.Richardson (Vanessa father) . At the end of the lecture, Vanessas father called him and told him that he was not in support of his relationship with his daughter.

    Tayo received a telegram from Ibadan telling him his father was ill and he should return home .On getting home , his father was recovering , his favorite uncle Bola has given up drinking and his siblings now look different.

    He tried writing to Vanessa during his arrival but could not because of his tight schedule. He finally gets to her and she has the intention of visiting Nigeria.

    Before  her visit, Tayo had gotten another lady pregnant and when Vanessa found out  she was angry and left Tayo.

    Tayo eventually married Miriam and they had a daughter Kemi while Vanessa pursues her dream of becoming an African writer,vanessa adopted the son(suleiman) of a friend(salamatou) who died in a motor accident  in Dakar,Senegal and Tayo becomes a professor in the university at Jos.

     

    CONTINUATION OF THE SUMMARY INDEPENDENCE

     

    He got in constant quarrels with his wife about relocating to England and eventually, his wife and daughter left him and moved to England.

    Tayo refused to  leave Nigeria because he believed he had an important role to play in the restoration of Nigeria. He was threatened to stop writing ill about the government and was once detained.

    Then he was invited to England to receive an award for one of his books and he met Vanessa. He found out that she was married to Edward Barker, the old history don at Oxford.

    They got in touch an started writing to each other.On his way to England,  was involved in a car accident . His driver(abdou) died but he survived with leg injuries.

    He went to America for specialist treatment for his legs and stayed with his daughter kemi. He got a job as  a lecturer in America when he receive a letter saying he had received honours in literature at oxford.

    A party was held in Tayos name and his loved ones attended.  Miraim , Kemi ,Suleiman , Uncle Kayode , Vanessa and other well wishers. Tayo and Vanessa had the chance to be together one last time.

     

    THE END.


    Dear prospective JAMBITOS this Role summary of all major characters in the JAMB UTME novel IN DEpendence will help you understand the book  thoroughly. Take your time to read and assimilate each of them. A general summary of the book is HERE.JAMB 2018 UTME INDEPENDENCE SUMMARY by roles and characters

    TAYO(main):A Nigerian who won a scholarship to Baliol Oxford. Dated Christine and Vanessa. Married Miriam and father to Kemi . Professor and writer.

    VANESSA:A British  student at Oxford, dated Tayo and married Mr Barker . Step mother to Suleiman. writes about Africa ,lived at Senegal.

    MAMA: Tayo’s mother .Sent telegram to Tayo for his return during his father recovery .Died in motor accident.

    BABA: Tayo’s father. Drove Tayo and other members of his family to Lagos. Dedicated civil servant and always hope for a better Nigeria.

    UNCLE BOLA: Tayo’s favorite uncle. Loved women and had many wives and mistresses .Was a drunkard but gave up drink before Tayo’s return.

    MODUPE: Tayo’s childhood love but married before Tayo’s return.

    FAIRCLIFF: Tayo’s old headmaster and friend of Mr. Barker.

    UNCLE KAYODE: Tayo’s uncle. Married Helene .Was in the military but later trained in France for petroleum. Has a large house at Ikorodu , Lagos.

    BARKER: Old history Don at Oxford .Married Vanessa and step father to Suleiman.

    CHRISTINE: Nigerian at Oxford .Considered arrogant by students, dated  Tayo. Committed suicide by drug overdose.

     

    JANE: Vanessa friend who exchange letters.

    IKE: Nigerian student at Oxford and friend to Tayo.

    BOLAJI: Nigerian student at Oxford and friend to Tayo.

    SIMON: British student at Oxford and friend of Tayo.

    TUNDE: Tayos cousin and student at Bradford. Housed Tayo during his visit to Bradford and was locked up after a fight.

    YUSUF: Nigerian student at Bradford and house mate to Tunde and married Joy.

    JOYCE: Yusuf white girlfriend  who made a scene at Yusuf wedding.

    JOY: Yusuf Nigerian wife.

    SAMIR: Friend to Tunde and works at the bakery at Bradford.

    MR&MRS WINTER: Neighbor of Tunde. And bailed Tunde, Tayo and Yusuf.

    MR RICHARDSON: Vanessa racist father. disapproved the relationship between  Tayo and Vanessa.

    MRS RICHCARDSON: Vanessa mother who was kind and died of cancer.

    SALAMATOU: Vanessa friend at Senegal and suleiman’s mother. Died in a motor accident.

    MIRIAM: Tayo’s wife and kemi’s mother. Divorced with Tayo after his refusal to live his country and left with kemi to England.

    KEMI: Tayo’s daughter, resides in America and housed Tayo during  his treatment at America.

    SULEIMAN: Vanessa stepson who left school and went back to Senegal.

    KWAME: Tayo’s neighbor and fellow professor at Jos.

    DAVID: Tayo’s neighbor and fellow professor at Jos.

    HELENE: Uncle Kayode’s wife . She is French and an Art  enthusiast.

    ABDOU: Tayo’s driver and died in a motor accident.

    HAWA: Tayo friend after Miriam departure.

    UNCLE TONY: Vanessa Uncle and a member of ISIS. He was a school dropout.

    These are the main characters and their most significant roles played in the official JAMB UTME Novel IN DEPENDENCE

    MY IFEOMA STORY