JAMB gives verdicts on 2019 UTME

Dr Emmanuel Ndukwe, Chairman, Governing Board, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has described the process and the conduct of the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) as credible. Ndukwe’s appraisal was contained in the board’s weekly bulletin (Vol. 1, No 26) made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja. [...]

How to Take Better Notes: The 6 Best Note-Taking Systems

One of the tools you have at your disposal is your notes. Maybe in high school you were pretty good at taking notes, and now you just need to upgrade them a little bit. Maybe you’re feeling like I did in college, and you’ve realized you’ve never properly learned how to take notes. Never fear! Your guide to [...]

How to Deal with Essay Questions on Exams

If you’re a normal person and not a weirdo like me, then you probably hate essay questions on exams. I mean, exams are already a huge source of anxiety….but essays, too? This means that you actually have to think; you can’t just circle “B” for each answer and hope for the best. The thing is, although you [...]

150 Best Happy Year Wishes for 2019, Inspirational Message, Romantic

The new year is fast upon us, and I want to share with you, the best Happy new year wishes to send to loved ones and family. These new year messages include the best Unique inspirational New Year wishes and greetings which will motivate your loved ones for a more creative and successful New Year. [...]

8 eLearning Trends To Adopt In 2019

2019 eLearning Trends: Which You Should Definitely Follow This Year Teaching methods have changed drastically over the years; from traditional classrooms and online webinars to high-tech methods using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented Reality (AR). Naturally, most eLearning entrepreneurs fancy jumping onto the bandwagon. Technology like this seems to be the silver bullet right now, [...]

HOW TO KEEP STUDENTS FROM BEING EXPOSED TO FAKE NEWS

For those raised in the information age, life without the internet is no life at all. It is often a primary focus of a teen’s day (75% of teens are online several times per day) and an important means by which they communicate with the world and take in new information. While information can be [...]

Grammar Clinic: Finite and non-finite clauses

 Grammatical Structures: Revision on finite and non-finite clauses What is the structure of the following sentence? Deterred by the lack of future job prospects, many Nigerian secondary school students avoid science subjects. The sentence contains two clauses, and what follows the comma is the main clause. But what about the clause preceding the comma, 'Deterred... [...]

Teens! Enter for the 2017 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition

The Queen’s Commonwealth essay competition 2017 is an international essay competition open for entries for young commonwealth citizens under or aged 18 with diverse backgrounds, to make their voices heard on a global platform. Application Deadline: 1st May 2017 | Offered annually? Yes Eligible Countries: all Commonwealth countries and territories. Theme: The theme for 2017 Queen’s Commonwealth [...]

A Look at the Major differences between Formal and Informal Letters

Not long ago, I wrote an article about the differences between formal and informal language with a special emphasis on the major difference between the two which is that one of meant for professional purpose while the other is not. The same [basic] difference applies when talking about formal and informal letters. Now you [...]

Teens! Simple Ways to gradually improve your Grammar

It is every teenager’s dream to be able to speak and write good English language and never having to worry about committing grammatical blunders. And here is the truth- this is not impossible to do. But then you will first have to be determined and driven, because anyone looking to improve their grammar skills must [...]

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