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Tuesday, 14th August, 2018
Foods and Nutrition 3 (Practical) Planning Session
Home Management 3 (Practical ) Planning Session
08:30 hrs. – 09:30 hrs.
11:00 hrs. –12:00 hrs.
Monday, 20th August, 2018 to Monday, 27thAugust, 2018
Foods and Nutrition 3 (Practical)
Home Management 3 (Practical)
Wednesday, 29thAugust, 2018
Health Science 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)*
Health Education 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)**
08:30 hrs. – 10:15 hrs.
08:30 hrs. – 10:15 hrs.
Physical Education 3 (Theory of Practice) 2hrs 08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
Health Science 2 (Essay)
Health Science 1 (Objective)
13:30 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
15:00 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.
Health Education 2 (Essay)**
Health Education 1 (Objective)**
13:30 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
15:00 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.

Thursday, 30th August, 2018
Foods and Nutrition 2 (Essay)
Foods and Nutrition 1 (Objective)
13:00 hrs. – 14:15 hrs.
14:15 hrs. – 15:15 hrs.
Friday , 31st August , 2018
French 2 (Essay)
French 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 09:45 hrs.
09:45 hrs. – 10:45 hrs.
Saturday, 1st September, 2018
Science (Core) 2 (Essay)*
Science (Core) 1 (Objective)*
08:30 hrs. – 10:00 hrs.
10:00 hrs. – 11:00 hrs.
Science (Core) 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)
13:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
Monday, 3rd September, 2018
Geography 2(Essay)
Geography 1(Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Biology 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2hrs 13:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
Tuesday 4th September, 2018
Biology 2 (Essay)
Biology 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:10 hrs.
10:10 hrs. – 11:00 hrs.
Wednesday 5th September, 2018
Physics 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2hrs 45mins 08:30 hrs. – 11:15 hrs.
Home Management 2 (Essay)
Home Management 1 (Objective)
13:00 hrs. – 14:00 hrs.
14:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
Thursday, 6th September, 2018
Christian Religious Studies 2 (Essay)
Christian Religious Studies 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Islamic Studies 2 (Essay)
Islamic Studies 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:20 hrs.
Friday, 7th September, 2018
English Language 3 (Oral)/**
English Language 3 (Oral)/**
08:30 hrs. – 09:15 hrs. (1st Set)
09:45 hrs. – 10:30 hrs. (2nd Set)
Saturday, 8th September, 2018
General Mathematics/Mathematics (Core) 2 (Essay)
General Mathematics/Mathematics (Core) 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 11:00 hrs.
14:00 hrs. – 15:30 hrs.
Monday, 10th September, 2018
Management-In-Living 2 (Essay)/** 
Management-In-Living 1 (Objective)/**
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Physical Education 2 (Essay)
Physical Education 1 (Objective)
13:00 hrs. – 14:20 hrs.
14:20 hrs. – 15:10 hrs.
Management-In-Living 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)/**14:30 hrs. – 
Wednesday, 12th September, 2018
Principles of Cost Accounting 2 (Essay)
Principles of Cost Accounting 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Thursday, 13th September, 2018
Physics 2 (Essay)
Physics 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:00 hrs.
10:00 hrs. – 11:15 hrs.
Financial Accounting 2 (Theory and Practice)
Financial Accounting 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 11:00 hrs.
11:00 hrs. – 12:00 hrs.
Geography 3 (Practical and Physical Geography) 13:00 hrs. – 14:50 hrs.
Friday, 14th September, 2018
Chemistry 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)
08:30 hrs. – 10:00 hrs.
00 hrs.
16:00 hrs. – 17:00 hrs.
Saturday, 15th September, 2018
Economics 2 (Essay)
Economics 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Monday, 17th September, 2018
Literature-In-English 2(Prose)
Literature-In-English 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 09:45 hrs.
09:45 hrs. – 10:45 hrs.
Literature-In-English 3 (Drama & Poetry )
13:00 hrs. – 15:30 hrs.
Tuesday, 18th September, 2018
Chemistry 2 (Essay)
Chemistry 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Government 2 (Essay)
Government 1 (Objective)
13:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
15:00 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.
Wednesday, 19th September, 2018
Agricultural Science 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)08:30 hrs. – 10:00
General Agriculture 3 (Alternative to Practical Work)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
Friday, 21st September, 2018
Engineering Science 2 (Essay)
Engineering Science 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:15 hrs.
10:15 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
2 (Essay)**
Civic Education 1 (Objective)*
13:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
15:00 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.
Saturday, 22nd September, 2018
English Language 2 (Essay) 
English Language 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
English Language 3 (Test of Orals)**/
14:30 hrs. – 15:15 hrs.
Monday, 24th September, 2018
History 2 (Essay)
History 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
Tuesday, 25th September, 2018
Further Mathematics/Mathematics (Elective) 2 (Essay)
08:30 hrs. – 11:00 hrs.
Further Mathematics/Mathematics (Elective) 1 (Objective) 14:00 – 15:30 
Wednesday, 26th September, 2018
Agricultural Science 2 (Essay)
Agricultural Science 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:40 hrs.
10:40 hrs. – 11:30 hrs.
General Agriculture 2 (Essay)*
General Agriculture 1 (Objective)*
13:00 hrs. – 15:00 hrs.
15:00 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.
13:00 hrs. – 14:30 hrs.
Thursday, 27th September, 2018
Business Management 2 (Essay)
Business Management 1 (Objective)
08:30 hrs. – 10:30 hrs.
10:30 hrs. – 11:30
Friday, 28th September, 2018
Commerce 2 (Essay)
Commerce 1 (Objective)
14:00 hrs. – 16:00 hrs.
16:00 hrs. – 16:50
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UNIZIK Post-UTME/DE 2018: Cut-off marks, Dates, Eligibility and Registration Details

UNIZIK Post-UTME/DE registration, cut-off mark, eligibility, application cost, screening dates and deadline have been announced. General cut-off mark is 200 (however some courses are 180 and others 160). Cost is N2000. Deadline is 22nd August, 2018. Screening holds August 25th to September 4th, 2018. Details below; 

The Nnamdi Azikiwe University has scheduled its 2018/2019 Post-UTME and Direct Entry screening exercise for candidates who made the university their first choice in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Exam (UTME) and Direct Entry as well as all NAU Affiliate institutions.

Screening Dates And Details
The screening exercise will hold from Saturday 25th August, 2018 to Tuesday 4th September, 2018. You will require the official Post-UTME Past questions and answers to adequately prepare and ensure a high score in this screening exercise.
The Screening dates for the various faculties are as stated below;
DAY 1: Saturday 25th August, 2018
Faculty: Arts and Physical Sciences
DAY 2: Monday 27th August, 2018
Faculty: Management Sciences, Bio Sciences
DAY 3: Tuesday, 28th August, 2018
Faculty: Engineering, Education, Basic Medical Sciences
DAY 4: Wednesday 29th August, 2018
Faculty: Health Sciences and Technology
DAY 5: Thursday 30th August, 2018
Faculty: Social Sciences, Pharmacy
Day 6: Friday 31st August, 2018
Faculty: Law, Environmental Sciences
DAY 7: Saturday 1st September, 2018
Faculty: Law, Environmental Sciences
DAY 8: Monday 3rd September, 2018
All Affiliate Institutions (UTME/DE)
  1. Fed. College of Edu. (Technical) Umunze
  2. Enugu State College of Edu. Technical
  3. Auchi Polytechnic
  4. Pope John Paul Seminary
DAY 9: Tuesday 4th September, 2018
DE for All NAU Candidates – All Faculties
Candidates who made Nnamdi Azikiwe University their first choice and have the required cut-off mark are eligible to apply.
Cut-off marks
Faculties / Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 200
  • Arts – English Language and Literature
  • Basic Medical Sciences – Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biosciences – Applied Microbiology and Brewing, Applied Biochemistry, Botany, Parasitology and Entomology and Zoology
  • Education – Educational Foundations, Educational Management & Policy
  • Engineering – Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial & Production Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
  • Health Sciences & Technology – Medical Lab Sciences, Nursing Science, Radiography, Medical Rehab (Physiotherapy)
  • Law
  • Management Sciences – Accountancy, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Cooperative Economics & Management, Marketing, Public Administration i. Medicine – Medicine
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences – Pharmacy
  • Physical Sciences – Computer Science, Pure & Industrial Chemistry, Physics & Industrial Physics, Geological Sciences
  • Social Sciences – Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Mass Communication, Sociology/Anthropology.
Programmes with 180 cut-off marks
  • Agriculture -Agric Econs & Extension, Animal Sciences & Fisheries, Forestry & Wildlife, Food Science & Technology, Soil Science, Crop Science
  • Arts – Igbo, African & Asian Studies, History & International Studies, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Modern European Languages, Religion & Human Relations, Theater and Film Studies and Chinese Studies
  • Education – Adult Education, Early Childhood & primary Education, Guidance and Counseling, human Kinetics & Health Education, Library & Information Science, Science Education and Vocational Education.
  • Engineering – Agric & Bio resources Engineering, Polymer & Textiles Engineering
  • Environmental Sciences – Architecture, Building, Quantity Surveying & Geoinformatics, Fine and applied Arts, Environmental management, Estate management
  • Physical Sciences – Mathematics and Statistics only
  • Health Sciences and Technology – Environmental Health only
  • Management Sciences – Entrepreneurial Studies only
Programmes with 160 cut-off marks
-Technical Education and All Affiliate Institutions
Registration Procedure
Registration starts on Monday, 6th August, 2018 and will end on Wednesday 22nd August, 2018.
  • -Visit
  • Click on “Create Account”
  • Enter your UTME Registration Number and valid email address and click “Send”. A verification code will be sent to your email instantly
  • Copy the verification code and click on “Continue”
  • On the form, enter your phone number, password, verification code (copied from email), select the access level and click “Submit”
  • Your login details will be sent to your email address instantly
  • Continue with the application by logging in with the login credentials sent to your email
  • After successful login, click on “Step One”, click on “Generate Application Form RRR”
  • Print the RRR (Remita) page, proceed to any bank of your choice nationwide to make a payment of N2000 only
  • Login to the portal, click “Step Two”, click on “Confirm payment”, enter the RRR number and click on “Verify payment”. If payment conformation is successful, or if you get a notification “Payment already verified”, then proceed to “Step Three”
  • Click on “Step Three”, click on “Fill Application Form”, fill out the application form. You can save each stage of the application and continue at a later time. Also you can edit your information as often as possible within the application period
  • Check the “I Agree” box and click on “Submit” button
  • -Print out the Application form and come along with it for your screening and Post-UTME/DE examination
Please note that candidates with WASCE and NABTEB should fill only their name, Exam No, Year and School/Centre where examination was taken.
Candidates can always go back to update their O’level result information for correctness.
Time and Requirements For The Screening Exercise
  1. Accreditation of candidates commences at 7:00am each day. Candidates should adhere strictly to the time scheduled for screening examination
  2. Print out the application form from the University portal and come along with it for your screening and Post-UTME/DE evaluation
  3. The date and the time for each candidate’s examination will be shown on the Post-UTME/DE PRINT OUTS
  1. Only bonafide candidates scheduled for the day’s examination and time shall be allowed into the university/Examination Hall.
  2. Parents and Guardians are therefore strongly advised against attempting to enter the University Campus as security will be tight.
  3. No GSM handsets, Scientific calculators or any Other extraneous materials shall be allowed into the examination hall.
  4. Candidates who did not register online will not be allowed for the screening exercise
  5. The University will not be liable for any payment made with wrong JAMB registration number at the bank
  6. The University shall also not be liable for any fraudulent payments made anywhere that is not in line with the directives of the university.
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Mistakes And Wrong Opinions University Students Do Make

The Life you live is your own starting from the day you gained entrance into any tertiary institution. How do you live it?
As an educated person, do you really try to forsee what may happen in the future. Is schooling all about freedom, making a first class or enjoying the pleasures on campus?
Does being in a university really mean you will get the job of your dream after you’ve been given your certificate? Do you ever think of something like ‘Wasted Education? One thing commonly said by undergrads when stressed is ”Let me finish this stressful education and work in a company soon”. Is your father the owner of such company or do you know how many people had thought that way but currently doing what they dispised just for thier hands to reach their mouth.
According to Vanguard Newspaper of 24th July, 2008, almost every home in Nigeria Has a graduate. And according to prediction, by 2020, every home will have 5 graduates each who are jobless.
This seems not the first time of hearing such but you are constructing your supporting system upon luck.

Are you a university first year student? Do you always think of the 3,4,5,6,7 years you will spend within the four corner of the school and what may happen that may drag you back to the village. Cases of losing parent/sponsor are constantly occuring and you think it will never happen to you.
Even the 400, 500 level undergrads aren’t exempted from the realities of life. Some believe waking up each day guarantees they will sleep and wake up healthy the following day.
Are you always thinking rationally? Life starts the day you begin to take resposibility for your actions. I’ve outlined below the wrong beliefs held by undergraduates + possible solutions inorder not to be stranded in the river of life.
₹ View Situations In Two perspectives: You are not too young to analyze situations. Reading in the library (probably day dreaming of whatever) and not thinking of a life after school may be a complete waste.
Take for instance a person bragging about working in an oil company after finishing his/her program may be seen plying his/her trade with red oil in the market. What about you? Are you viewing situation two dimensionally? Are you in the gutter looking only at the stars alone?
₹ Learn A Skill: Despite the tons of graduates convocated each year, many of them are totally unemployable.
Learning a skill depends on your willingness. Skill is achieved through constant day by day practise. It is true that readers are leaders but tommorow’s leaders are those that think wide,skillful and determined.
The problem is not graduating from school, it is what meaningful you can do when out of school.
₹ Over-dependence On Parents: What do you think is the reason for so many jobless graduates in the country? Some students totally rely on their parents financially from school fees to even allowance, clothing, materials, toiletries etc.
This immediately makes them feel comfortable and creates a zero thinking in them. They only know about how to spend it but never how it comes about. You can learn from the pitfalls of others by thinking about money early.
Money does not fall like Manna from the sky. There have to be something you have that people will pay for and it’s better to start thinking of what you can do to start making money now.
Make sure it is something that adds value to people’s life or makes life easy for them. And the good thing is, the better you are able to think, the bigger you earn.
₹ Have a mutual understanding with your God: If you are a christian, a muslim or others, please always have a mutual relationship with your God. This gives you the instinct that you have a supernatural support at any time.
For Christians! It is important to know which place of worship you should actually belong as everyone on earth will be subjected to an heavenly glory or destruction on the last day.
In all, know that as student, you have the power to effect a positive change in your life. Don’t depend of success stories alone, learn from failure stories also. Don’t follow the crowd, visualize you mission!
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NABTEB Nov/Dec GCE Registration, 2018 Has Commenced

The National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) NOV/DEC GCE registration for 2018 has commenced. See the registration and exam guide below;
This entry guide is issued with other documents for Nov/Dec Certificate Examinations. It contains instructions for easy online registration.

Registration PINs/Slots for the above named examinations for private candidates are available for purchase at:
a. NABTEB Zonal Offices in Abuja, Kaduna, Yola, Osogbo, Enugu and Benin
b. NABTEB Liaison Office in Abuja,
c. NABTEB Area Office in Lagos,
d. NABTEB State offices Nationwide and
e. NABTEB National Headquarters, Ikpoba Hill, Benin City.
Approved NABTEB centres are free to enter candidates for the examinations but they should obtain Registration PINs/Slots for each candidate from the designated selling points.
Candidates may also visit the Board’s web-site at


a. Entries that do not conform with the Board’s regulations would be rejected.
b. The Board will ensure that examinations take place as provided on the Timetable at various centres. However, changes if any, will be communicated to candidates through the mass media or through their centres.
Candidates are strongly advised to check for such vital information at their centres/NABTEB
web-site at least three (3) days before the commencement of the examinations.
c. The Board reserves the right to cancel or withhold the results of any candidate in whole or in part for reasons connected with examination malpractice and irregularities.
d. The Board, its employees or agents shall be relieved from all responsibilities, for any injury, delay, loss or damage however caused and of whatever kind, arising/resulting directly or indirectly from any action, neglect or default on their part while acting in the course of or connection with the Board’s
e. The Board may reject the scripts of any candidate in any paper for which the candidate has not been duly registered.
f. Only three (3) changes would be allowed for trades/subjects after registration. However, no change would be allowed for Bio-data entries.


a. All candidates are required to supply their own pen, pencil, eraser, ink, ruler, and mathematical set.
b. Drawing Materials: Candidates are required to provide their own drawing board, Tee-square, metric scale ruler and other drawing instruments. They are also allowed to use slide rules during the examination if the need arises.
c. The use of simple, non-programmable, noiseless and cordless calculator is allowed.
d. Candidates are not allowed to enter the examination Hall with GSM hand-set and other electronic gadgets.


a. It is imperative for candidates to check the date and the time of commencement of their papers from examination Time-table and their examination centre or from the Board’s website.
Generally, morning papers commence at 9.00 a.m., and candidates are to arrive at their examination centres at least half an hour before the commencement of each paper.
b. No candidate is allowed to leave the hall, unless on confirmed health ground, until 30 minutes to full time for a 3-hour paper or 10 minutes to full time for an objective paper. Where a health problem is confirmed, the centre supervisor is under instruction to ensure that question paper and other worked materials are not taken out of the examination hall. Similarly, no candidate is allowed into an examination hall 30 minutes after the commencement of.


All practical/oral tests are expected to commence at 9.00 a.m. as indicated on the Time-table.
Candidates must report at the centres where they are expected to write their practical/oral examination at the scheduled time on the Time-table.
Candidates are required to produce their Admission print out each time they report for a paper.


Candidates are expected to conduct themselves properly while in the examination
hall. Candidates found guilty of disorderly behaviour in the examination hall would be expelled from the centre.


All Candidates must write their names, centre numbers, candidates’ numbers and paper codes, on answer booklets, objective answer sheets, graph sheets, drawing sheets, and continuation sheets, etc in all their papers. Candidates are advised not to use office pins to secure their papers. Twine would be supplied by the supervisor or invigilator on request. Candidates should exercise great care in the use of furniture and equipment during the examination. They are reminded that the cost of repairs or replacement of any damaged property would be borne by those responsible for such damages.


a. Examination Malpractice Act No. 33 of 1999: The attention of candidates is hereby drawn to the provisions of Examination Malpractice Act No. 33 of 1999 which provide stiff penalties for examination malpractice. Candidates are therefore warned to desist from actions that would breach the provisions of the Act.
b. Candidates are not allowed to bring textbooks, scripts or plain sheets of paper into the hall, except materials which they have been specifically told to bring for the examination.
c. Candidates must not communicate with each other during the examinations.
Candidates wishing to ask questions should draw the attention of the supervisor/invigilator by raising their hands.
d. The Board does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, bags, or other property which candidates bring to the examination centre.
e. A candidate who disobeys any of these instructions may be asked to discontinue his or her work, by the supervisor who is under instruction to report such disobedience to the Board.
f. Where examination officials or school authorities are involved in Examination malpractice or irregularities, candidates may report directly to the Board with proof.


Candidates are allowed to make formal complaints/appeals with regard to specific examinations and other sundry matters based on the following guidelines.
a. Complaints/appeals relating to registration and related matters must be received before the close of registration.
b. All complaints on results and related matters must be received not later than six (6) months after the release of results.
c. Complaints received after this period will not be entertained.
d. Letters of complaints/appeals should be addressed to Registrar/Chief Executive, NABTEB, Benin – City indicating full name, registration and Centre name/number, type and year of examination, current location/postal address, GSM number, e-mail (if available) and other relevant information.


Candidates for practical examinations are required to provide their own tools. In the case of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), candidates may be allowed to provide their own computers/laptops. Candidates are expected to exercise great care in the handling and use of the machines and tools provided by their centres. Cutting list for practical papers would be sent to centres and candidates are to make individual arrangement with the principals/properietors of
their centres for the procurement of materials for their practical papers for which they are to pay.
The cost of the material(s) needed for each practical paper will be calculated by the Board and sent to centres. Candidates are free to demand for this from the Principals/Proprietors of their centres who are under instruction to make them available to candidates who may wish to make private arrangement to get the materials for practical papers. Candidates are therefore strictly advised to go to
their centres at least one week before the commencement of their papers in order to make proper arrangement for the procurement of materials for practicals.


No results would be issued to candidates who sit for papers for which they have not been registered.
However, if you register for a paper and your name does not appear on the Marks and Attendance Sheet, report to the supervisor, who has been authorized to take appropriate action. If you have been entered for the wrong paper(s) or your name is mis-spelt, you must let the supervisor know immediately to effect correction.
Multiple/double Registration (registering for two or more trades at the same time) would be invalidated.


Scan and upload your coloured passport photograph with red background and with a dimension of 2cm x 1.5cm. Use of Webcam passport is not allowed.


Candidates must download the admission print out and bring same to the examination hall for all the papers registered for.


You are required to supply your personal information which includes: First Name, Middle Name and Surname e.g. “Muyiwa Emeka Yakubu, Address, Date of Birth and Gender information.


A candidate is expected to enroll for only one trade. Multiple Entries would be invalidated.


a. Examination centres must not register candidates for trades for which their centres were not approved. Colleges/schools which do not adhere strictly to this would have their entries invalidated in the affected subjects.
b. Except for candidates enroling for General Education all other candidates can only enrol for any of the subjects listed against their trades.


a. The registration for:
i. Nov/Dec NBC/NTC/General Education is N10,500 per candidate
ii. Nov/Dec ANBC/ANTC is N12,250 per candidate.
b. The registration fees cover examination fee, result checking, biometric registration, e-learning and information VCD.
c. Late registration will attract a penalty of N5,000.00 per candidate.


In all correspondences, the candidate must state:
a. His/her full name
b. Examination number
c. Year of examination/series
d. Examination centre
e. Trade/subject name/code.
f. Contact address/phone number and e-mail address if available


Visually-challenged candidates would also register on-line but must clearly state the nature of their challenges.
Privilege should be given to all Albinos who will be writing the Examinations:
For Objective – Extra 10 Minutes.
For Practical – Extra 20 Minutes.
(i) Candidates are strongly advised to make use of standard cybercafé for their entries.
(ii) Biometric registration is compulsory for all candidates


Online Registration Closes on 30th September, 2018.
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Exam Time: Monday 9th July 2018
OBJ & Essay – Marketing – 2:00pm – 4:40pm
OBJ & Essay – Data Processing – 2:00pm – 5:00pm
OBJ & Essay – Book Keeping – 2:00pm – 5:50pm




(i)Convenience products 
(ii)Shopping products
(iv)Unsought products

(i) Convenience products: The convenience product is bought most frequently. A convenience product is a consumer product or service that customers normally buy frequently, immediately and without great comparison or buying effort
Example:-include articles
such as laundry detergents, fast food, sugar and magazines.

(ii) Shopping products: Shopping products are a consumer product that the customer usually compares on attributes such as quality, price and style in the process of selecting and purchasing.
Example:-Types of consumer products that fall within the category of shopping products are: furniture, clothing, used cars, airline services etc.

(iii) Speciality Product: Speciality products are consumer products and services with unique characteristics or brand identification for which a significant group of consumers is willing to make a special purchase effort.
Example:- include specific cars, professional and high prices photographic equipment, designer clothes etc.

(iv) Unsought products: Unsought products are those consumer products that a consumer either does not know about or knows about but does not consider buying under normal conditions.
Example:- invoices insurance, pre-planned funeral services etc.


Marketing concept is a marketing philosophy which sees the consumer or client as the central focus of all the activities of an organisation because no organisation can survive without the continued patronage of its consumer

(i) Production concept: The production concept is the idea that a firm should focus on in relation to those products that it could produce most efficiently and that the creation of a supply of low - cost products would in and of itself create the demand for the product

(ii) Social Marketing Concept: Social marketing concept embodies a higher and more enlightened plane of marketing thought and practice. The concept has an emphasis on social responsibility and suggest that for a company to only focus on exchange relationship with customers might not be in order to sustain long term success

(iii) Consumer Orientation approach: Modern marketing concept is a concept that embraces understanding that marketing activities is consumer - oriented. This concept is very popular because the marketing activities of this concept is built on assumptions and application of thought like "More customers know what they need".

(iv) Integrated Organization effort: While an organization becomes larger and more complex, they tend to break functions into smaller units by assigning a group of staff to specialize in these activities. This allows the organization to manage the complexity of the organization. But with time, no decision maker can take good decisions with isolated information that they get from the information of the individual departments.


Promotion mix describes a blend of promotional variables chosen by marketers to help a firm reach its goals

(i) Geographical coverage of method: A firm should choose promotion method that is most accessible to its customers.
(ii) Target market: A firm should choose a promotion method that addresses specific age or gender.
(iii) Cost of advertising: The promoter should consider if the chosen method of promotion is within his/her financial ability.
(iv) Nature of product: For products that require demonstration of how they have used choice of appropriate promotion method is necessary.


(i) It Promotes the Image of the firm: Advertising builds a corporate image for a company.
(ii) To Introduce New Product: One of the roles of advertising is to inform customers about the existence of new products in the market. i.e., creation of awareness
(iii) To Educate the People on the Uses of a Product: It educates consumers on the usage of product and the benefits to be derived.
(iv) Development of Large Markets: Advertising creates large market segment which leads to the development of larger markets.

Advantages of radio advertising:
(i) It is a very cheap means of advertisement, it is cheaper than television
(ii) It offers good target market selectivity; it is possible to select the required target market by sponsoring a suitable programme.
(iii) It has widest reception and is widely available.
(iv) It has relatively low cost, when compared with other media like the press and television.

Disadvantages of radio advertising
(i) In radio advertising, pictures of the product cannot be seen.
(ii) It gives short message which may be too brief to have to have any effect on the consumer.
(iii) Radio advertising has only audio effect as it appeals to the ears only
(iv) There is inadequate data on listening habits which can affect targeting negatively.

Advantages of television advertising:
(i) Television has large audience reach.
(ii) In this kind of advertising, there is more sensory stimulation as it gives live and direct display.
(iii) It brings high prestige.
(iv) The true form and colour of the product can be easily seen.

Disadvantages of television advertising:
(i) It is the most expensive medium of advertising.
(ii) There may be wasted coverage.
(iii) Impulse buying may be misleading.
(iv) Only people with television can be aware of the product advertised.


Distribution channel is the method a channel is defined as the path or route along which goods move from producers or manufacturers to ultimate consumers or industrial users.

(i)Distribution channel is to bridge the gap between production and consumption
(ii)Distribution channel is responsible for promoting the product
(iii)Distribution channel involves in creating contacts for prospective buyers and maintaining liaison with existing ones
(iv)Distribution channel help in understand the customer's need and adjusting the offer accordingly

(i)Nature of product
(ii)Nature of market
(i)Distribution expenses

(i)Nature of product:-Nature of product has influence on the selection of a channel of distribution. In this case of industrial goods like machinery and equipment, the manufacturer sells direct to industrial user, but in the case of tools, sales take place through middlemen

(ii)Nature of Market:-Choice of suitable channel of distribution also depends on the nature of market. Location of the market and the buying habits of buyers are also analysed

(iii)Distribution expenses:-If the producer makes direct selling, he will have to spend o distribution 
But, if the product gets goods respond from the dealer, a producer will prefer to sell through them to reduce his distribution expense


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Database security refers to protective digital privacy measures that are applied to prevent unauthorized access to computer, databases and websites

(i) Database security ensure that physical damage to the server doesn't result in the loss of data
(ii) Database security block attacks from unauthorised users or hackers. this prevents the loss of sensitive information
(iii) Database security prevent malware infections and stop viruses stealing data

(i) Physical data model
(ii) Conceptual data model
(iii) Canonical data model
(iv) Application data model

Physical data model: Physical data models describe how data is stored in the computer, representing information such as record structures, record ordering and access paths. it also represents how the model will be built in the database


Mobile phone: Mobile phone also known as cellular phone , cell phone and a hand phone is a device that can make and receive telephone calls over a radio link while moving around a wide geographic area. it does so by connecting to a cellular network provided by a mobile phone operator, allowing access to the public telephone network

Vending machine: A vending machine is a machine which dispenses items such as snacks, beverages, alcohol, cigarettes, lottery tickets, cologne, customer products and even gold and gems to customers automatically, after the customer inserts currency or credit into the machine.

Cash Register: A cash register also referred to as a mechanical or electronic device for calculating and recording sales transactions and an attached cash drawer for storing cash. The cash register also usually prints a receipt for the customer

Fax machine: Fax machine also known as facsimile or tele copying, is the telephonic transmission of scanned printed material, both text and images, normally to a telephone number connected to a printer or other output device. The receiving fax machine reconverts the coded image, printing a paper copy.

Point of sale machine: A point of sale/service(POS) machine is used to conduct retail transactions. It can provide many services, including credit card processing, check reading and cash transactions, depending on the model.


(i) Data models can facilitate interaction among the designer, the applications programmer and the end user.
(ii) Data models can greatly improve user experience and increase the efficiency of data utilization.
(iii) Data models make data statistics more consistent and reduce the possibility of computing errors
(iv) Data models can significantly reduce unnecessary data redundancy, reduce the storage and computing costs for a big data system

A standard data model or industry standard data model(ISDM)is a data model that is widely applied in some industry and share amongst competitors to some degree. They are often defined by standards bodies, database vendors or operating system vendors

(In Tabular form)
(i) Preventive maintenance is the act of a regularly scheduled check of the computer hardware or software to help ensure it continues to operate properly.
(ii) Preventive maintenance in computer system is done frequently(preventing problem)

(i) Corrective maintenance is a form of maintenance that is performed after a fault or problem emerges in the system, with the goal of restoring operability.
(ii) Corrective maintenance in computer system is done randomly (when problem occurs)


NAPIER BONES: John napier ( 1550 - 1617 ), a Scottish mathematician , is mostly known for his invention of logarithms, a device that revolutionized calculation by reducing difficult and tedious multiplication to addition of table entries. In 1614 john Napier made a more sophisticated computing machine called the napier bones. This was a small instrument made of 10rods on which the multiplication table was engraved. It was made of the strips of ivory bones, and so the name Napier bones. This device enable multiplication in fast manner, if one of the numbers was of one digit only.

JACQUARD LOOM: In 1801 , Joseph Marie Jacquard , a French textile weaver , invented a power loom with an automatic card reader. This power loom used a series of cards with holes punched at different position. To automatic the weaving process, these cards were placed between the needles and the thread, therefore creating different patterns. The presence or absence of a hole in a punched card representing the two digits of the binary system, which is the base for all modern digital computer.

(i) Abacus
(ii) Raymon Lull 
(iii) Prior Analytics 
(iv) Slide rule

Uses of spreadsheets package:
(i) To create budgets
(ii) To produce graphs and charts 
(iii) For storing data
(iv) For sorting data

(i) Title bar: It is used to display the name of the package 
(ii) Status bar: It is used to display certain status information depending upon the package or device. 
(iii) Row heading: It is used to identify each row in the worksheet. 
(iv) Menu bar: It is used for opening files, interacting with an application, or displaying help documentation or manuals.

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