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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT UNILORIN POST UTME – TAIWO OLALERE O. (PREMIER)
As usual, the Post UTME is purely a Computer Based Examination and the subjects are divided into 3 category, which are:
Use of English (which carries the most questions), Mathematics (very few – if you are lucky enough) and general subject (this contains the current affairs and other general subjects).
On the rate of 100%, English takes 80%, while Maths and General subject take 10% to 20%, based on how lucky you are.
Note: All candidates are doing the same subjects (irrespective of your course). It is also applicable to DE candidates.
UNILORIN major area of concentration used to be CONCORD (not until last session that everything changed), though you can’t escape it and they like preparing Questions under the exception of the rules). Secondly, you must be good with spellings, because you’re likely to come across it a lot.
Spellings like, pronunciation, accommodation, liaison, lieutenant, broccoli, Scissors, Acknowledgement and all sorts are to be expected. Then question tag as well, Synonyms and Antonyms, Lexis and structure, few stress pattern and the other aspects will be on Phrase and Clause (study every thing you can about this two), as from last year, phrasal Verb, Adverbial Clause etcetera are unavoidable questions in UNILORIN post UTME.
In Mathematics, make sure you know probability, change of subject of formulae, words problem in general, simple interest and some common sense general mathematics (though there will be few questions on it). Don’t think because you’re not a science student and neglect Mathematics, since you’ve done it in your O’level, the University believe you should have adequate knowledge of it.
Lastly, in General paper (current affairs), they used to ask some common things in Biology or Geography, worry not, you are familiar with them.
I could remember one question I saw during my exam back then, I was asked that, “A former Nigeria CBN Governor is a Monarch in the capital city of his state, what is his name and the state?”.
Also, The longest river in the world is……?
Is it Mississippi, Amazon or Nile? – if you Google search, I’m sure you won’t have a definite answer.
You can see how fun that is? Please, be guided accordingly.
The Post UTME is 50 questions, 30min.
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🔥 Things to take note for UNILORIN 2020 Post UTME exam – BY TAIWO OLALERE (PREMIER💯)
❌DO NOT PLAGIARISE
As we all know, the Post UTME is strictly Computer Based Test (CBT), and the school will test aspirants on 3 major subjects – which are: English Language, Mathematics and General Subject (Current affairs).
Over the years, the Post UTME questions are mostly based on Concord, but if you still base your reading on CONCORD in this 2020, then you are writing letter to something else.
This year, you should take note of these topics:
3. Sentence (Simple, Compound, Complex)
4. The fundamental rules of Question tag
5. And lastly, don’t forget your Concord
7. Synonyms and antonyms
Take note of these spellings…
For your current affairs, be familiar with the military regime and how they handover power to the civilian, know the CBN Governors (present and past) including the one that’s now a monarch
Make sure you know difference between Biography and autobiography…
Be familiar with full meaning of some Common acronyms (e.g AIDS – the ‘A’ is Acquired and not Acquire)
For your Mathematics, don’t belittle yourself that you don’t know Maths, because I won’t say the Maths are really calculations but a word problem mostly (and this has to do with how well you understand English and how you can easily relate it with calculations)
And don’t give excuse that you’re not a science student, the maths are from general mathematics, so it shouldn’t be a problem if you’re smart…
Also, don’t form over sabi and leave a question unanswered, UNILORIN doesn’t award mark for that (to them it’s laziness).
For the documents to take along: your Jamb registration slip, payment receiept, your scheduled slip together with your HB pencil.
Note: Your scheduling slip is the most important document you should take to the exam centre
As you go to your various centre, please be punctual (be at the centre at least 30minutes before your exam), be modest in your dressing, be time steward and importantly, be smart!
In a nutshell, please be smart😀
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