PASSNOWNOW.com is an online learning and social platform which uses technological innovations to teach, engage, entertain and empower young people growing from teenagehood into early adulthood.
Our aim is to prepare students for academic excellence by supplementing their classroom experiences through the provision of syllabus-compliant lesson notes in every subject. We also provide them with the necessary facilities to practice and acquaint themselves with computer-based tests even as they prepare for major examinations such as UTME and WAEC. It is also our desire to ensure that we foster real-time useful learning while engendering discussions about the education system in Nigeria and beyond.
- To foster and engender the pursuit of academic excellence amongst young Nigerians
- To improve the success rate of students in university entrance examinations in Nigeria
- To promote a useful learning and knowledge seeking culture in young Nigerians
- To provide an online knowledge resource destination for young Nigerians to interact and cross fertilise ideas
- To create a platform for young people between 10 and 20 to express their creativity and ingenuity
- To help users become astute citizens of the world; aware of its history, beauty and challenges and their role in shaping it for the best
- An increase in the success rate of students at university entrance examinations in Nigeria
- A more responsible, employable, innovative, creatively inclined, and empathetic youth population
- Focused, progressive and knowledge based interaction among young people
- Compliance with international standards and style of learning for young people who are in need of assistance with their studies
- Passnownow.com is easy to use.
- It is a fun and trendy integrated learning platform.
- It provides flexible learning experience for users.
- We have tailor-made interactive content to meet the social and educational development needs of young people.
- It is user-friendly, encourages critical thinking and is timely, given the current trend of regression in Nigeria’s education system.