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BIOLOGY OBJ:
1-10: BDBBACCAAA
11-20: ACAACCADAA
21-30: DBBDDDABBC
31-40: BABDDCBDCD
41-50: ABDACBCABD

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(1ai)
GLUCOSE:
-Energy generation
-It helps in metabolism

(1aii)
OXYGEN:
-It helps to oxidize glucose
-it brings about cellular or tissue respiration

(1b)
(i) Aerobic
(ii) Anaerobic

(1c)
(i) Amoeba – Body surface
(ii) Tilapea – Gill
(iii) Adult toad – Lungs
(iv) Grasshopper – Tracheae

(1d)
DRAW THE DIAGRAM OF OPEN STOMA IN A LEAF AND LABEL[6cm – 8cm long]

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(3ai)
Ecosystem is a system that includes all living organisms (biotic factors) in an area as well as its physical environment (abiotic factors) functioning together as a unit.

(3aii)
Abiotic environment are all physical and nonliving chemical factors, such as soil, water, and atmosphere, which influence living organisms.

(3bi)
-Temperature
-Salinity
-Flow.

(3bii)
-Altitude
-Humidity
-Temperature

(3c)
In a simple ecosystem that consists of rabbits and grass. The grass reproduces at a certain rate, and the rabbits randomly wander around the world eating the grass. If a rabbit stumbles across a patch of grass, they will eat it and gain energy. If a rabbit gains enough energy, they will reproduce. Conversely, if a rabbit wanders around too long without finding any grass to eat, they will die.

(3d) DRAW THE PYRAMID

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(4ai)
Mendel’s law of inheritance states that genes are responsible for the development of the individual and that they are independently transmitted from one generation to another without undergoing any change.

(4aii)
-In production of drugs
-In production of organisms that are resistance to diseases
-In idetification of paternity of a child
-In identification of human blood types
-In studying of human genotypes

(4aiii)
-Continuous inbreeding reduces productivity and fertility of the animals
-Inbreeding increases homozygosity
-Inbreeding to an ancestor increases the risk of inheriting any undesirable characteristics it carried.

(4bi)
Evolution is change in the heritable characteristics of biological populations over successive generations.

4bii)

Convergent evolution occurs when species have different ancestral origins but have developed similar
features.

WHILE

Divergent evolution occurs when two separate species evolve differently from a common ancestor.

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(5a)
Evaporation
Condensation
Precipitation
Collection
Transportation


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2018 Waec Gce Civic Answers.

*WAEC GCE JAN/FEB CIVIC SOLUTION*

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CIVIC OBJ:

1-10: ABDCBDCBAB

11-20: CBBABDCBDD

21-30: ACDCDCCDDD

31-40: ADADCDAACD

41-50: CADBCBCECD

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(1a)

– The dignity of labour, also known as the dignity of work , is the philosophy that all types of jobs are respected equally, and no occupation is considered superior.

– Loyalty : The fidelity of an individual to a nation, either one’s nation of birth, or one’s declared home nation by oath ( nationalization ).

– Justice is the legal or philosophical theory by which fairness is administered.

– Commitment: The state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action.

– Courage is the choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty, or intimidation.

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3a)
interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association or acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring

3b)
I)Communication skills,
ii)Verbal Communication
iii)non verbal communication
iv)Listening Skills
v)Emotional intelligence
vi)Team-working

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(8)

(i) Selfishness: It is a situation where a leader does not care about the needs of other people but about himself and things that will favour him.

(ii) Party Interest: This is a situation whereby the interest of the party is placed above the views of other people on an issue irrespective of the benefits of the popular view of the citizens.

(iii) Wrong Orientation: In developing countries like Nigeria, politics is seen as a quick way to success rather than avenue to serve people.

(iv) Lack of Vision: Majority of political office holders lack the vision to serve the interest of the citizens.

(v) Corruption and bribery: Through this, the leaders loot public treasury just to satisfy their selfish desires.

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NO7.

a.Law making

b.Control over state funds

c. Oversight the other branches of government in areas that are coterminous with the legislative powers.

d. Receipts and disposal petitions.

e. Screening of nominees for executive appointment.

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(2a)
(i) It enables individuals to become conscious of their rights and ready to claim it.
(ii) It gives citizens willingness to report cases of human right abuse to the authorities
(iii) Individuals have respect for the right of their fellow beings

(2b)

(2c)
(i) The right to life of a citizen can be curtailed if he is found guilty of murder, armed robbery, or any other serious crime
(ii) Right to freedom of movement of a citizen may be denied if the citzen has a criminal case pending in court
(iii)Right to freedom of association and assembly can be denied a citizen for the sake of peace and order by the police


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How To Correct JAMB UTME 2018 Data Errors After Registration.


This article will be of guide on how you can correct such mistakes. The good news now is that JAMB State offices that we visited confirmed that there will be room for correction of any data errors made by students during the registration.

The procedure for correction of any errors will be open for a period of 7-14 days with some amount to be paid by the students. So for people that mighty requesting for questions based on this are advised to patiently wait till the online registration is over they will be given opportunity for amendments.

The jamb officials has noticed that this year 2018 JAMB UTME online registration is filled with errors, and most of the errors are either caused by the students or the center were they registered.

The reason why I have personally decided to talk on these is to draw attention of all the students who are yet to register to also take caution and be on alert during theregistration to avoid any forms of errors or mistakes.

We have been receiving mails that most of the centers are deliberately making a mistake in a student data while registering them so that they will pay them 2,500 for amendment which they cant guarantee them of that.

Please do not Jamb has given other for any correction, and note that cyber cafe are not licensed to register or amend any data after clicking the submit button.

We will update this article once an official process on corrections of errors or mistakes made during the online registration.

For Jamb CBT Centers do not extort money from students in the name of helping them correct errors whereas you know that it is not possible for now.


Note:
Correction of JAMB UTME 2018 Data Errors has not commence, for now you can’t make any changes after you have submitted your application.

2017 Admission Closes 25th January – JAMB Orders Institutions.

JAMB has ordered all institutions to conclude the 2017 Admission Processes on or before 25th
January, 2018.

This decision was reached after a meeting held, by the board, with stakeholders, on issues concerning
admission processes, and the need to reconcile the academic calendar.

According to the Board’s Head of Media, Fabian Benjamin, “Candidates who have gained admissions into various institutions and are yet to
register or do not have admissions by January 25 should begin to make preparations for the 2018 UTME”.

Mr. Fabian also pointed out that UTME results are currently valid for only 1 year, and the board will inform candidates if there is any decision to extend the result validity.

The 2018 UTME will hold between March 9 and 17, while the mock exams would take1 place in the
first week of February.

JAMB Fixed Deadline Date For UTME Registration.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has fixed February 6, as deadline for the sale of registration form for this year’s unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME).

JAMB Registrar Prof. Is-haq Oloyede spoke at a meeting on strategic planning, supervision and evaluation of the conduct of 2018 unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) in Abuja yesterday.

He said only 283,319 candidates had registered for the examination.
The board also fixed March 9 to17 for the conduct of the UTME in 620 computer based test centres across the country.

The registrar said: “Because of the criticisms that trailed the sale of entry form for a month in the past years, the board has decided to earmark two months so that every willing candidate will be able to purchase, fill and submit the forms.
“We opened entry from December 6, 2017 to February 6, 2018, but one month later, only less than a quarter of the two million candidates expected for the examination this year have registered.”
Prof. Oloyede said its mock examination slated for January 22 would now hold in first week of February.

He blamed the shift of the mock examination on the strike embarked on by members of NASU, noting that the strike made the CBT centres in affected tertiary institutions not available for accreditation.

The JAMB registrar also banned the use of wristwatches, biros, pencils and other devices from the examination hall.
He added that the ban affects both candidates and examination officials.

Oloyede said: “The Board has prohibited additional materials during the 2018 UTME in the examination hall. These include wrist watches, biros, calculator, biros, pencils except the common HB pencil, and any other device that can store data, transmit or receive signal no matter the form. These prohibitions are not only applicable to the candidates but to all examination officials. The reasons for this will be provided shortly.

“Scanned pictures of candidates are no longer accepted for registration, except live capture at the accredited CBT Centres as part of the Registration Procedure. Furthermore, candidates’ pictures will be embossed on all candidates’ documents generated by JAMB henceforth,” he said.

The registrar also disclosed that Minister of Education Malam Adamu Adamu has queried 42 institutions for charging candidates more than N2000 for their post-UTME.

“There is nothing wrong with post-UTME provided that our candidates are not extorted. The honourable minister of education queried about 42 institutions for charging more than N2000. We made recommendation to the minister and the minister said all of them should refund the money. He gave them two weeks and all of them are making refund now.

“He has put his feet down that all excess charges should be refunded and people can testify to the fact. Where they have the list they are paying them directly and in this case where Vice Chancellors proved clearly that those candidates could not be traced the minister has given appropriate directive.

“Candidates are reporting back to us. In one case where they could not, the minister directed that they should pay the money to a non religious orphanage, orphanage owned by the state or anything because those people couldn’t be traced,” the registrar said.
According to him, the figures being paraded as qualified candidates to write its examination was not true.

See The State That Leads As NECO Releases November/December 2017 Results.

The National Examination Council (NECO) on Tuesday released the November/December Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) results with Ogun topping the chart of candidates’ performance by states with 91.42 percent.

The comparative analysis of candidates’ performance also shows that Akwa Ibom state came second with 87.97 percent, while Zamfara occupied the last position with 12.90 percent even though only 230 candidates sat for the examination from the state.

On the malpractice cases by states, Plateau came first with 21.31 percent, followed by Oyo, which has 19.97 percent.

Releasing the result, the Registrar/chief executive of NECO, Professor Charles Uwakwe said even though there was a downslide in the malpractice cases with 5.9 percent reduction compared to 2016, the Council was worried by the anomaly and was working relentlessly to address the problem.

He said out of the 42, 985 candidates that registered, 42, 429 actually sat for the examination with 556 abstaining.

He said comparatively there was a significance progress in the general performance of candidate over that of last year, adding that 24, 098 candidates representing 56.79 percent have five credits and above including English Language and Mathematics.

According to him 32, 917 candidates representing 77.58 percent have five credits and above irrespective of English Language and Mathematics, pointing out the performance represents a slight improvement of 1.72 percent over last year.

The analysis shows that 32, 701 candidates representing 78.82 percent scored credit and above in mathematics, while 29, 258 representing 70.62 percent have credits and above in English Language.

Professor Uwakwe commended the staff of the Council for ensuring early release of the results, noting that the gesture was the first the Council would be releasing results barely 38 days after the conduct of examination.

JAMB Postpones UTME Mock Examination, 283,319 Registered For 2018 UTME So Far.


The 2018 JAMB UTME Mock examination which was earlier scheduled to hold between January 22 and 24 has been moved to the first week in February.

The reason for the postponement was necessitated by the fact that some of the CBT centres located within campuses cannot be used due to the ongoing strike action by NASU.

However, the date for the main examination which was earlier scheduled to commence on March 9th, 2018 and end on March 17th, 2018 remains the same.

So far, 283,319 out of the expected 2 million candidates have registered for the 2018 UTME.

UNIBEN New Students’ Resumption And Clearance Notice, 2017/2018 Session.

This is to inform all newly admitted UTME and Direct Entry students of University of Benin (UNIBEN) that the resumption date for 2017/2018 Academic Session is Monday 8th January, 2018.

The face – to face clearance for new students will commence the same day.


The process is as follows;

– Pay your Acceptance Fee

– Upload Relevant Documents

– Request Clearance

– Proceed for Face – to – Face Clearance at your Faculty from Monday 8th January, 2018.

Please note that the date of resumption for newly admitted students (Freshers) – Monday 8th January, 2018.

UNIPORT Direct Entry Admission List 2017/2018 Session Released.

portThe management of University Of Port-harcourt (UNIPORT) has released the List of students admitted into its Direct Enytry Admision List for 2017/2018 academic session.

The list of admitted candidates have been made available on the university’s portal.

To access the list, candidates are to simply click on the below link:

http://www.uniport.edu.ng/news/latestnews/1089-2017-2018-direct-entry-admission-list.html

Top 10 Lucrative Courses In Nigeria.

Here in Nigeria, there are some courses that you will need to study to make it real big in term of financial life. These courses has a way of transforming ones financial life. Take note that being lucrative does not mean that it is easy to get employed. Being lucrative implies that it fetches a lot of money to your bank account.

POST OUTLINES

1. Pharmacy

2. Medicine and surgery

3. Dentistry and dental surgery

4. Business administration

5. Engineering

6. Economics

7. Law

8. ICT

9. Nursing

10. Medical laboratory science


Below are the courses that are lucrative in Nigeria;


1. PHARMACY

Let us to be sincere, people who study this course has the advantage of making it big here in Nigeria. Pharmacy is all about the study of dr.ugs and how it works in the body. It is either you work as a community pharmacist (these are the pharmacist you see in your community and also take not that chemist and pharmacist are not the same) or you can work as an hospital pharmacist (these are pharmacist you see in the hospital) or you can work as an industrial pharmacist (these are the pharmacist that produce the dr.ug we use). If you want to make it real big in the line of pharmacy, i will advise you to go for industrial or community pharmacy because they have more advantage of making more money than the hospital pharmacy.


2. MEDICINE & SURGERY

Even though the doctors are not paid as high as they want, they have more advantage of making more money in Nigeria. They can also decide to work overseas or they can decide to specialize in a particular field, thereby increasing their pay/salary. Some might even decide to become a lecturer. People who study these courses has a lot of chances of making it big financially as they don’t bother to seek for employment, most of them are employed immediately after school.


3. DENTISTRY & DENTAL SURGERY

Dentistry and dental surgery is all about the study of the oral cavity. I know some people might disagree that dentistry does not worth being third on the list but the truth is that both doctors and dentists are paid on same salary scale (CONHESS). They also have the opportunity to specialise like the counterpart (doctors) in a particular field. They also have the opportunity to work in the oversea after they sit for licensing exam. In USA, dentists are the highest paid profession, they are more paid than doctors but here in Nigeria, they are paid same salary.


4. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

As the word implies, it is all about business and we all know that business is running the world. The richest black man in the world, Aliko Dangote is a businessman. People who study this course have the opportunity to stand alone (become an entrepreneur) and run their business venture. Most times, they tend to be successful in the business because they know more about business and how it works.


5. ENGINEERING

All forms of engineering is lucrative if they have the opportunity to work in a big engineering firm. All forms of engineering like petrochemical, mechanical, civil, electrical and so on. People who study these courses really make it big financially most especially those who study petrochemical engineering. These people are paid well in Nigeria. The disadvantage they have is that they can hardly stand alone at the early stage of their career.


6. ECONOMICS

One thing i like this is that people who study it can work almost everywhere, i mean that you can find them in almost all sectors like the educational sector, business sector, banking sector and so on. Also they are paid well and they also have the opportunity to stand alone as an entrepreneur.

7. LAW

Though there are argument that law is no longer lucrative but it remain number 7 on the list. People who study law to become lawyer know how they make their money because they look comfortable. They also further to become barristers, SAN (Senior Advocate of Nigeria) and so on.


8. ICT

For those who don’t know the full meaning of ICT, it means Information and Communication Technology and when i say ICT, i mean people who study any course related to computer, website designing etc. I refer them to as computer gurus or tech gurus. We all know that it is technology making things happen in this world. These guys are really paid well and they can become a boss of their own (an entrepreneur).


9. NURSING

I have reasons why nursing is the number 9 on my list. The reason is that they easily get job in the hospital due to the high need of nurses in the hospital. Also they can proceed to become “matron”. In a nut shell, they are well paid and they easily get job compared to other health related courses.


10. MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE

Nowadays, hospitals prefer to employ med lab scientists to biochemist or microbiologist, the reason is that med lab science has covered both microbiology and biochemistry. Therefore, they easily get employed and they are paid well.


Take note that this list is not official, everything up there is based on my opinion and advice to jambites, but if you feel the list is incomplete or wrong, you can let us know your opinion.

UNILORIN Notice On Allocation of Hostel Accommodation for Fresh Students.

Fresh students of University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) are hereby notified that the allocation of the University owned hostels will be online.

The available bed spaces will be uploaded on Wednesday,January 10, 2018 at 12.00 noon. Hence, all fresh students are expected to cast lots for bed spaces at the above stipulated date and time.

Students are advised to proceed with the payment of University charges to enable them have access to the University owned hostels accommodation on their portals.

Students are enjoined to note that bed spaces are not transferrable or sellable.

UNIZIK 2nd Batch Admission List 2017/2018 Session Released.

The Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (UNIZIK) has released the second Batch list of candidates of candidates admitted into it’s various Undergraduate programmes for 2017/2018 Academic Session.

The admission list comprises Pre Science, Direct Entry and other candidates.


Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check their admission status

– Log on to http://portal.unizik.edu.ng/utme-screening/2017_2018/index.html

– Scroll down and click on “Continue”

– Enter your email and Password in the spaces provided

– Click on “Login” and proceed to view your admission details
Congratulations to the admitted candidates!

Meanwhile, academic activities in the University commenced today, 3rd January 2018 after the Christmas break. Staff and students are to take note.

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