When you sat for WAEC, did you just sat at home doing nothing or did you joined a coaching class?
You’ll definitely have something doing like preparing for jamb, NECO or GCE.
If you’ve ever wondered what it is to do after participating in the post utme conducted by the University of your choice; this article is strictly meant for you.
Today we will be sharing with you, an insight on what you should start doing now.
After participating in post utme, you’ll probably think it stops there and you will relax, enjoy yourself by watching movies. No! These are not the things you should be doing.
While waiting for your Post UTME result and admission status, you can be set by having a copy of all the required documents you’ll need for your school’s physical clearance like original Jamb result slip, WAEC certificate e.t.c
Proceed by doing research on your school tuition fees and acceptance fee, as well as other financial requirements for your school. This will save your TIME.
Learning one or two skills which might be related to technology if your school resumption date is still far. The skill you learn today will always trade your ability and affect your future.
Always learn to develop yourself at the slightest opportunity.
Also, you sat for your school post utme exercise but you were not admitted. That’s not the end because the Open University of Nigeria is an alternative. You do not require Jamb to gain admission into (NOUN).
NOUN does not organize any screening exercise and one advantage is that the word STRIKE has been deleted from their dictionary long ago. And one major disadvantage is that their graduates are not allowed to participate in NYSC.
Though the school board is working tirelessly to resolve this issue with people in power. So hopefully soon, they will be allowed to participate in NYSC. So if you will like to enrol in NOUN, kindly visit their official website; http://nouedu.net/ to know more about the courses they offer and the closest study centre nationwide.
So now you know, the big steps to take after sitting for JAMB or POST UTME. Following the steps outlined, make a choice today, by following any of the tips above.
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