JAMB 2016/17 – 6 Steps to Take If You Were Not Given Admission this 2015/2016 session

I don’t know how to start, we are Sorry Ngstudents.com could not help you secure admission this year.
Its a pity how many applicants of tertiary
institutions get
turned down every year, more painful for
those applying the
second or third time, but most times things
are not as they
appear for those that believe that every
disappointment is a
blessing.
No one prays for failure but it look so funny
when some of
us get to wakeup to the reality that the
admission we seek
has slip-off our hands.
But life is not always about how many times
we fall, but how
we stand back after a fall.
Not wasting our precious time here are 5
things to do when
you loose admission into a tertiary institution
as a student;
1. Evaluate your steps: most failure is a
result of one wrong
step or the other. Some students loose
admission because
they choose the wrong subject combination
during UTME
registration, some others didn’t prepare well
for their
postume because they did so well in jamb.
You need to
reevaluate your steps in order to prevent any
of such
mistakes in the next exam. You may even
consider taking a
pre-degree form having considered some
factors(like you
don’t want to stay at home that year),
considering your steps
will help you prepare for your pre-degree
entrance exams
2.Make another plan: Having properly
evaluated your steps,
you need to make another plan. for some of
us it may be
getting a home tutor for some subjects that
we notice
lapses, for others it maybe considering
another choice
university or course and so on.
3.Start early: Procrastination is the thief of
time, collar him.”
–Charles Dickens
You need to start preparing today. Many
students fail
because they intend to brush up in their area
of weakness
by attending a tutorial centre, but by
procrastination they
don’t seem to start the tutorial until February
when they
expect the instructors to perform magic.
Many don’t study
until countdown etc
4. Improve your skills: improving some skills
like listening,
reading, communication, research and so on.
Ability to
make research can help you get an idea of
how various
schools rate their courses and how to
prepare for their
assessments
5.Learn a vocation: most times I recommend
doing this in
line with your proposed course choice e.g
learning as an
apprentice in pharmaceutical shop while you
prepare to
study pharmacy. I know of someone very
close to me who
spent two years to get O”level result and
another two years
to gain admission in his choice course. After
gaining
admission what seem strange or tough to
others is what he
has mastered. His HOD even had to take him
as an IT
student and staffed him later on in his own
company. The
difference was that the vocation he learnt
gave him an edge
and today while some of his mates who
graduated say
3years earlier than him are still struggling for
work. He is
quite stable.
You don’t have to give up when you fall or
fail but re-
strategize and take another shot and I can
bet THIS TIME
YOU WILL SUCCEED
Smile!
6. Always Pray and be Confident.

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