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10 Ways to Scale through Post UTME Screening with Success.



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Ways to Scale through Post UTME … Many students who have concluded their JAMB feel that PUTME is actually difficult, the reality is that it is as hard because you help it become or see it being hard, for many who know the secret it isn’t hard in any aspect, I will tell you what you need to know before going to the examination hall of your various institutions to write there PUTME.

Firstly I advice all candidates to study hard and stay prepared for the questions and secondly Know the strategy to answer to your institution examination questions. I have also break this guide down base on how to overcome the challenges most students usually encounter while preparing for post UTME exam. That means you need to read everything on this guide for you to score high on your PUME

1. REVIVE YOUR READING APPETITE:
It is normal for you to lose reading appetite after reading to pass Jamb plus the circumstances that follow Jamb utme.

But since there is no excuse for failure, then you need to stop anything that has the potential to stop your success. You can always revive your dying appetite for reading. Read to pass post UTME examination…..

2. READ TO REMEMBER

To pass post utme once and for all, you must learn to remember. It is not just enough to read. It is more important to remember what you have read.

The difference between someone who reads for shorter hours but pass very well and another who studies for long hours but don’t perform well is “remembrance”

3. AVOID PROCRASTINATION

Most candidates always think there is time. My dear, do whatever you need to do now. Time is an asset and not a handset. The later you always say doesn’t come as expected. Learn to live your life with the sense of urgency. Have the mentality, “I am behind schedule”. Your post utme examination is not far.

4. KNOW THE SCHOOL’S CUT OFF MARK:

Before you even apply for post UME, you should make sure your score marches or is above the university’s cut off mark before you apply. Some universities’ cut off mark is usually 200 like UNN, UI and other institutions while others are from 180. You need to be sure with your score; you can apply for post UME and stand a chance of gaining admission.

If you are not sure, you are advised to get a change of course/institution form before the deadline. Have handful knowledge about the school so you know what you’ll expect to see and won’t be frightened when you do.

5. PRACTICE WITH PUME PAST QUESTIONS

It is important than every candidate preparing for PUME get a compiled copy of the university’s past question and answers. This is very important as it helps to widen your thinking faculty, exposing the scope and procedure by which examinations are set and how to answer the questions without getting confused by the technicality of the question and the way they are being set.

Learn how to practice with past questions as the examiners, regardless of how creative or crafty, would still create similar questions to earlier times questions.

There are many ways you can test yourself; they included practising past questions without looking at the answers and setting custom exams for yourself.

You Need More Speed: The greatest demand right now in post utme is time. If you are not fast enough, then you won’t finish enough. You need to dramatically improve your exam answering skills.

6. APPLY FOR POST UME/PRE ADMISSION SCREENING

When applying, keep your options clear and focused on what you want and go for it. Get to know the venue for your exam/screening and keep your examination date at the back of your mind or on a special journal so you don’t forget because if you miss your date, that is immediate failure, no turning back.

7. PUNCTUALITY ON THE DAY OF YOUR EXAM

You are advised to arrive early on your screening date. If you live far from the exam town, you are expected to arrive in your exam town before the date so that you can have time to find your appropriate examination center prior the examination day and also try to be in the venue at least an hour before the checking in time

8. FOCUS ON THE EXAM

In the examination hall, make it your business to focus, disregard any thing that may distract you. Do not be involved in malpractice because if the caught, the consequence will be awful. Be thorough and read the questions repeatedly understanding each before answer

9. REVIVE YOUR READING APPETITE

It is normal for you to lose reading appetite after reading to pass Jamb plus the circumstances that follow Jamb utme.

But since there is no excuse for failure, then you need to stop anything that has the potential to stop your success. You can always revive your dying appetite for reading. Read to pass post UTME examination….

10. LEARN TO SOLVE WITHOUT CALCULATOR

I know an average Nigerian science or commercial student cant do without calculator. It is very important now to start learning how to crack your brain to think fast, accurate and smart in mathematical field because Most schools do not allow the use of calculator in their post utme examination. Therefore, you must learn to solve problems without pressing your calculator. It is time to temporarily break the covenant you have with calculator
Following above steps may be the simplest way to discover you in campus coming this next Academic session. I hope you find some help in this Post?


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