Esther Ruby Daniel

A Nigerian girl, Esther Ruby Daniel, has distinguished herself in far-away India – Miss Daniel has become the number one athlete in Amity University, Haryana, India.


She has won various medals in different sporting events in the university A 17 years old 200 level student in Amity University, India, Esther Ruby Daniel has won various medals in different sporting events in the University, The Nation reports.


Miss Daniel being honoured in her school in India. Photo credit: The Nation Miss Daniel who is from Akwa Ibom state won silver medal during All Indian Law Student University Game during her first month in the school. For this year alone, she won gold medal in February, Gold medal in 200 meters, Silver medal in long jump and Gold medal in 100 meters all within this month.


While she won golden cup in her final game on Tuesday, October 18, she won bronze medal for the university on Friday, October 21 in 100 meters during a competition with other universities.


In a statement issued in Abuja, Miss Daniel’s father, Reverend Daniel Thomas said: “Esther Ruby Daniel is now a pride to Amity University, pride to Nigeria and a pride to Africa. “Indian National newspapers published her performance on 28th October, 2016. She is now the best track haven won 1 bronze, 2 silvers, 2 golds and a golden cup and many sports certificates in one month. “She has promised to make Nigeria proud before her graduation.”


Miss Daniel’s achievements is coming barely another Nigerian from Akwa Ibom state, Ufot Ekong succeeded in breaking a 50-year-record in Japan. Ekong received his masters’ degree in electrical and electronic engineering from Tokai University in Tokyo, Japan where he achieved the feat recording the university’s highest score in the past 50 years.

In his first semester, the Nigerian genius solved a maths puzzle that has been unsolvable in the last 30 years.


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Prof. Is-haq Oloyede

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board says it will adopt “pin vending”  for the 2017 UTME test, advising intending candidates to get familiar with the new approach.
The board’s Head of Media and Information, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Lagos that it would no longer use scratch card.


He said, “Candidates, wishing to sit for the 2017 UTME, should start getting themselves familiar with the newly adopted process of pin vending by the board. We must make ourselves open to change like it is obtained in other climes.

“We are no longer going back to the use of scratch card; that method is outdated. Candidates wishing to register for the examination will just make online payment and get a pin with which they can upload their data.

“This new pin vending will be accessible through the options of web payment, ATM issued cards like Visa, Verve, and Mastercard, online Quick Teller, mobile application and Bank Branch case/card.’’


Benjamin assured Nigerians that the board was working hard to address all the challenges experienced by candidates during its 2016 UTME as it was preparing for the 2017 diet.


He said that all hands were on deck to ensure a hitch-free examination across the country.

“Preparations are on to ensure that all the technical hitches that manifested in the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination do not arise again. That is not to say that the examination will be completely hitch-free.

“But we are deploying resources to correct the ones identified already. In the course of the examination, should there be any other new challenges, we will act promptly,” Benjamin added.
The spokesman also said that the board would begin validation of UTME centres across the country soon.

“We shall be going round to the proposed centres to check the state of their facilities and also to ensure that such facilities could accommodate a minimum of 250 candidates,’’ he said.


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*Appoints UNILAG, UNN, UNICAL, others as mentors


THE Federal Government yesterday gave its nod to the take-off of eight new private universities in Nigeria. This was sequel to a memo approved by the National Universities Commission, NUC, and presented to the Federal Executive Council, FEC, by the Federal Ministry of Education in Abuja, yesterday.


With this development, the number of universities in Nigeria has increased from 143 to 151, while the number of private universities has risen to 69 from 61.


National Universities Commission


The eight universities and their promoters include:


  • Anchor University, Ayobo, Lagos, owned by Deeper Christian Life Ministry.
  • Arthur Jarvis University, Akpabuyo, Cross River, engineered by the Clitter House Nigeria Limited.
  • Clifford University, Owerrinta, Abia, owned by Seventh Day Adventist Church.
  • Coal City University, Enugu, operated by African Thinkers Community of Inquiry College of Education, Enugu.
  • Crown-Hill University, Eiyenkorin, Kwara, floated by Modern Morgy and Sons Limited.
  • Dominican University, Ibadan, the brainchild of Order of Preachers, Nigerian Dominican Community.
  • Kola Daisi University, Ibadan came from Kola Daisi Foundation and Legacy University, Okija, an idea of The Good Idea Education Foundation.


Briefing State House correspondents at the end of the meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, the Minister of State for Education, Professor Anthony Anwuka, said the reason for the approval was to give the teeming youths the opportunity to acquire university education Anwuka, who was joined by his counterparts in Aviation, Hadi Sirika, and Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said: “The Ministry of Education submitted a memo to Council this morning seeking approval for eight private universities as recommended by NUC after very serious comprehensive and exhaustive compliance to the conditions that warrant such approval. Anwuka said the new universities would be supervised by the older universities within their zone for a period of three years to assist them put necessary infrastructure in place, adding that the supervision was in sync with the law.


He said: “While approving these universities for licensing provisionally for three years, the Universities should be mentored by some existing older Universities in Nigeria.


And those will include:


  • Anchor University will be mentored by University of Lagos, Akoka.
  • Arthur Jarvis University will be mentored by University of Calabar.
  • Cliffored will be mentored by University of Agriculture, Umudike.
  • Coal City University will be mentored by University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
  • Crown-Hill University will be mentored by University of Ilorin.
  • Dominican University will be mentored by University of Ibadan.
  • Kola Daisi University will mentored by University of Ibadan.
  • Legacy University will be mentored by Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.”


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Minister for Education - Malam Adamu Adamu

The Federal Government will soon launch a new education strategy to serve as a guiding framework for transforming the sector.



According to the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, who was speaking at the 32nd combined convocation of the Kaduna Polytechnic, the strategy would inspire efforts to bring the capacity of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) systems to levels where they could respond to multiple demands.



Adamu described education as “a veritable tool for the growth and development of any nation,’’ adding that all hands must be on deck for the country to be rated high in the comity of nations.



The minister, represented by the Executive Secretary of the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Dr Masa’udu Kazaure, called on well-meaning Nigerians, the private sector and non-governmental organisations to support the government in funding the sector.



The minister equally urged the graduates to contribute their quota in stirring the country in the right direction and place it on the shoes of excellence in technology, high morals and unquestionable integrity.



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The country’s education sector is set to receive a boost with the introduction of the 2016 version of Cinfores BrainFriend, known as BrainFriend Platinum, an e-learning and exam preparatory software.

The company said that software would not only set the stage to revolutionise the ailing education sector in e-learning, but was in line with meeting the Sustainable Development Goals of giving access to and enhancing qualitative education.

The Managing Director and Co-Founder of Cinfores Limited, Mr. Ibifuro Asawo, said that Cinfores had championed change in the education sector through its products and services in e-learning, schools/campus administration, scholarships management, among others.
“Consequently, its various stakeholders’ engagements with students, teachers, school administrators, at both the federal and state levels as regards BrainFriend, has been reassuring and impressive,” he said.
“This is so because the software has the capacity to provide enhanced education and give access to education to both disadvantaged and underserved children of school age, across board,” Asawo said.


He added that as a proven tool for enhanced academic success, Cinfores had already sold over 500,000 licences of the software in both public and private schools, as well as homes, and with a few state and national project deployments.”
“Over seven Original Equipment Manufacturers have signed up to bundle it along with their devices, in addition to the existing list of OEMs that have been bundling the older version of the software,” he said.

Asawo said that the 2016 BrainFriend Platinum, which was billed to commence shipping soon, had many features, including over 70,000 questions/answers/explanations based on the national curriculum.
“It also has 59 subjects, including the three major Nigerian languages, and five vocational subjects. It also carries the new national curriculum for schools in Nigeria, e-books to guide students and teachers, video lessons and animations on themes and topics in various subjects, educational games, career guide for students and teachers, and aptitude test items, among others,” he said.

Asawo said that BrainFriend Platinum was a deviation from the traditional teaching methods, but designed to complement the traditional teaching and learning processes.
“It is an enhancement on the previous versions of BrainFriend as the videos, animations, documentary drama and educational games are all new features that take teaching and learning to a whole new level.
“These features were designed to reinforce teaching while making learning more fun and simpler,” he said.

He stated that both corps members and graduates without education background could effectively deliver quality lessons to pupils and students of different learning levels using the software.

Asawo said that the 2016 BrainFriend Platinum could also be used to bridge the gap for children in Internally Displaced Persons’ Centres or refugee camps who had been cut off from the structural school setting due to the causes for their displacements.

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Secondary School Students

Three Ghanaians have clinched the three prestigious awards given by WAEC yearly to the best candidates in West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE.
WAECThe trio; Miss Jessica Ayeley Quaye, Miss Ruth Ewuraama Awadzi and Miss Danielle Amo-Mensah all of Wesley Girls’ High School, Cape Coast, Ghana, beat other West African countries to emerge the best.



The result which was announced in Accra, Ghana at the 64th Annual Meeting, saw Miss Jessica Ayeley Quaye win the 1st Prize, Miss Ruth Ewura-Ama Awadzi came 2nd, while Miss Danielle Amo-Mensah won the 3rd prize. Miss Jessica Ayeley Quaye won the Augustus Bandele Oyediran Award for the Best Candidate in West Africa. In the WASSCE contest among candidates in Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria, the three female candidates from Ghana were outstanding in the examination taken by a total of 1,883,775 candidates in the May/June 2015 exam.



Quaye is currently a 100-level student of the Ashesi University College, while Awadzi and Amo-Mensah are also 100-level students of the University of Ghana Medical School, studying medicine. Going down memory lane, the Republic of Ghana won the three prizes of the Excellence Awards and the Augustus Bandele Oyediran Award for four consecutive years (2012 – 2015). In 2014, it was an all-Ghana affair as 17-year-old Hasan Michailand, 18-year-old Kenyah Blaykyi and Archibald Enninful Henry, 18, won all the three awards.



The trio, beat over two million other candidates from Nigeria, Gambia, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Also in 2013, the trio of Miss Ivy Mannoh, Miss Rhoda Adu-Boafo and Master Mwinmaarong Dery from Ghana emerged 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively at the WAEC International Excellence Award. A total of 2,109,122 candidates sat for WAEC May/June, 2013 and the three Ghanaian students were the best. In 2012, the three Ghanaians honoured with the Excellence Award, were Miss Yvette Yeboah-Kordieh (1st), Master Josbert Abaasa Ayambire (2nd) and Master Bright Seyram Tsevi (3rd).



They were the best among the 1,936,728 candidates who wrote the examination in The Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Statistics revealed that the top three positions were once dominated by Nigerians in the 80s and 90s but Ghanaians have stayed at the top since 2012. For a candidate to be eligible for the awards, he/she must go through three selection stages.



All candidates with a minimum of eight A1s are eligible. This is in line with the regulation which stipulates that for the award of a WASSCE certificate, a candidate should register for a minimum of eight subjects. In the case of candidates with nine subjects, their best eight subjects would be used.



You would recall that WAEC in 1984, instituted two categories of awards: International Excellence/Merit and National Distinction/Merit Awards. The former is to be competed for by candidates in more than one member country of the Council, while the latter is restricted to each of the five countries. The T-scores alone of the eligible candidates should be the basis for ranking of the candidates. In the event of a tie, the T-scores of the candidates in their common subjects (English and Math) should be used. Where there is still a tie, the raw scores of the candidates in English and Math should be used.



In case of a further tie, the T-scores of the best of the candidates’ remaining core subjects should be used. The three candidates with the highest scores at stage 2 are adjudged the winners. Distinction Awards: To be eligible for Distinction Awards, a candidate must go through three selection stages:


  • All candidates who have the minimum of seven A1s should be eligible for consideration.


  • The T-scores alone of the eligible candidates should be the basis for ranking of the candidates. In the event of a tie, the T-scores of the candidates in English and Math should be used. Where there is still a tie, the raw scores of the candidates in English and Math should be used. In case of a further tie, the T-scores of the best of the candidates’ remaining core subjects should be used.


  • The three candidates with the highest scores at the stage 2 are adjudged the winners.


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Despite intense assurance from the coordinator of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, of fewer hitches in exams, the Proprietor, Mavir Schools, Lagos, Mr. Mike Ugwu, has called on the management to navigate the JAMB system to the days of pen and pencil shading.



Mr. Ugwu, who made this call at the school’s 6th annual inter- house sports competition held recently in Lagos, said that, JAMB is yet to be fully competent onComputer-Based Test, CBT, system. “If they can go back to the drawing board and improve on their network system, it will raise the nation’s education standard, but until then, they need to revert to pen and pencil,” he said.



He noted that “if JAMB can improve on CBT, let them do it. This same complaint was heard last year and is still repeating itself. They are still finding it difficult. A computer literate person won’t find it difficult but others will.” On his view on the nation’s education system, he stated that “there is a lot that has to be done. The state of our education system is giving us sleepless nights. Government has a lot to contribute. My children wrote the just-concluded exam, one of them got a particular result, but was later sent another, they scored him 99, later we got another alert and they gave him 239.”



Also speaking at the event, Principal, Mavir Leaders College, Mr. Ewetayo Oluwafemi said the Federal Govt should show more commitment. “They should empower private schools; it shouldn’t be all about private schools paying levy. We are partners in progress. Government should encourage an environment such that we can develop these children to remain committed to their studies.”

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National Universities Commission

– NUC executive secretary explains why students who want to study medicine will now spend more years in the university
– Hails Ondo state University of Medical Science, tasks management over adequate funding



Any student willing to study Medicine in any Nigerian university will now have to spend at least ten years in the university, The Punch reports.



This, according to the National Universities Commission (NUC) secretary, Professor Julius Okojie, is in a bid to further prepare the students psychologically for the challenges which the profession entails.



Professor Okojie who made this assertion while delivering a lecture at the maiden matriculation and inauguration of the University of Medical Science, Ondo, Ondo state, stated further that the 2015 document for the training of medical students explained how this will be achieved.



The NUC scribe’s lecture titled ‘Development of Medical Education : Prospects and Challenges‘, was delivered by the his deputy, Professor Chiedu Mafiana, who noted that the development was imperative in order to enable the students mature for the profession.



The 2015 document for the training stipulated that the medical students would spend the first four years in studying basic sciences in university after which they would proceed to the medical school to spend another seven years.
The NUC scribe, while stressing the importance of adequate funding of medical training and practice, also admonished the management of the institution to ensure that the money earmarked for the development of the institution was used for the purpose it was meant.



Meanwhile, the story has been told of Oluwamayo Ojumah, one of the best graduating students in the last convocation of the University of Lagos (UNILAG).



Although she graduated with a CGPA of 4.51, that is not the most inspiring thing in her story. Oyo state born Ojumah is a married woman who has had many failed attempts at studying medicine that took her from Ogun state to the UK, then to Okada in Edo state, before finally graduating with a First Class from the Department of Biochemistry, UNILAG.



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The West African Examination Council

We’ve discovered the main reason for poor performance in WAEC every year is attributed to students’ lack of knowledge of common pitfalls, coupled with inadequate coverage of syllabus and non-familiarity with test format.


WAEC Syllabus


Before you proceed, check:

So instead of searching for expo every time, why not prepare well by availing yourself with the necessary materials to excel. Today, we have compiled the syllabus of some major subjects in WAEC for candidates preparing for May/June and Nov/Dec WASSCE..

The Syllabuses above are the latest ones released by WAEC. They are for candidates preparing for the May/June and Nov/Dec WASSCE.


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The National Examinations Council

CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (INTERNAL) that the examination timetable is out.

NECO Timetable, NECO SSCE Timetable, NECO June/July Timetable, NECO Exam Timetable.

The NECO SSCE internal has seventy-six subjects. The examination has been schedule to incept on May 23rd and ends on July 18th, 2016.

Below is the NECO timetable. You can also click on the link at the end of the post to download the 2016 NECO June/July Timetable.



See NECO SSCE Timetable Below:

______________ 23RD MAY TO 18TH JULY, 2016_______________


Monday 13th June 4063/4061 Paper III & I: Objective & Practical / Physical – Geography 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
3071 Paper I: Practical – Woodwork 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday 14th June 5033/5032 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Commerce 2hrs 40mins 10:00am – 12:40pm
2063/2062 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Agricultural Science 2hrs 30mins 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Wednesday 15th June 2043 Paper III: Objective – Further Mathematics 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
2042 Paper II: Essay – Further Mathematics 2hrs 30mins 12:00noon – 2:30pm
4093/4094 Paper III & IV: Objective & Prose – Literature in English 2hrs 15mins 3:00pm – 5:15pm
1012/1013 Paper II & III: Essay & Objective – English Language 2hrs 45mins 10:00am – 12:45pm
Thursday 16th June 1014 Paper IV: Test of Orals – English Language 45mins 12:45pm – 1:30pm
2073/2072 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Physical Education 2hrs 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Friday 17th June 4062 Paper II: Essay – Human and Regional Geography 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
4123/4122 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Hausa 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4133/4132 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Igbo 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4143/4142 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Yoruba 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
Monday 20th June 4153/4152 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Edo 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4163/4162 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Efik 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4173/4172 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Ibibio 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4092 Paper II: Drama & Poetry – Literature in English 1hr 40mins 2:30pm – 4:10pm
Tuesday 21st June 2023/2022 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Chemistry 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
5013/5012 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Store Management 2hrs 40mins 2:00pm – 4:40pm
Wednesday 22nd 1023 Paper III: Objective – General Mathematics 1hr 45mins 10:00am – 11:45am
June 1022 Paper II: Essay – General Mathematics 2hrs 30mins 12:00noon – 2:30pm
Thursday 23rd June 2083/2082 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Computer Studies 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4023/4022 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Islamic Studies 2hrs 30mins 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Friday 24th June 2053/2052 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Health Education 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
2051 Paper I: Test of Practical – Health Education 1hr 30mins 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Monday 27th June 2013/2012 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Biology 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
3011 Paper I: Practical – Technical Drawing 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday 28th June 4083/4082 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Economics 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
3061 Paper I: Drawing – Building Construction 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Wednesday 29th June 2033/2032 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Physics 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4073/4072 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Government 2hrs 40mins 10:00am – 12:40pm
3093/3092 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Foods & Nutrition 2hrs 30mins 2:30pm – 5:00pm
5023 Paper III: Objective – Financial Accounting 1hr 20mins 10:00am – 11:20am
5022 Paper II: Theory & Practice – Financial Accounting 2hrs 30mins 11:20am – 1:50pm
Thursday 30th June 3033/3032 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Basic Electricity 2hrs 15mins 2:30pm – 4:45pm
3083/3082 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Home Management 2hrs 30mins 2:30pm – 5:00pm
6053/6052 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration 1hr 40mins 10:00am – 11:40am
6073/6072 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Electrical Installation & Maintenance Work 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
6093/6092 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Blocklaying, Bricklaying & Concrete Work 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
6123/6122 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Machine Woodworking 1hr 40mins 10:00am – 11:40am
Friday 1st July 6133/6132 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Carpentry & Joinery 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
6153/6152 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Upholstery 1hr 30mins 10:00am – 11:30am
6263/6262 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Stenography 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
6313/6312 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Animal Husbandry 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
6323/6322 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Fisheries 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
Monday 4th July 4013/4012 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Christian Religious Studies 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
3043/3042 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Electronics 2hrs 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Tuesday 5th July To Friday SALLAH BREAK
8th July
3074 Paper IV: Drawing & Design – Woodwork 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
Monday 11th July 3073/3072 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Woodwork 2hrs 12:30pm – 2:30pm
5053/5052 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Insurance 2hrs 40mins 3:00pm – 5:40pm
6013/6012 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Auto-Body Repair and Spray Painting 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
6023/6022 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Auto Electrical Work 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
6033/6032 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Auto Mechanical work 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
6063/6062 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Welding & Fabrication Engineering Craft Practice 3 h rs 10 :00am – 1:00pm
6113/6112 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Plumbing & Pipe Fitting 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
6243/6242 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Tourism 3hrs 30mins 10:00am – 1:30pm
Tuesday 12th July 6283/6282 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Store Keeping 2hrs 40mins 10:00am – 12:40pm
6293/6292 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Book Keeping 3hrs 50mins 10:00am – 1:50pm
6343/6342 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Salesmanship 2hrs 40mins 10:00am – 12:40pm
6144 Paper IV: Drawing & Design – Furniture making 2hrs 10:00am – 12:00noon
6143/6142 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Furniture Making 1hr 45mins 12:30pm – 2:15pm
5043/5042 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Office Practice 3hrs 2:30pm – 5:30pm
3053/3052 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Auto Mechanics 2hrs 30mins 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Wednesday 13th July 4031 Paper I: Drawing – Visual Art 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
4034 Paper IV: Creative Design – Visual Art 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
3021 Paper I: Practical – Metal Work 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
4033/4032 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Visual Art 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
Thursday 14th July 4043/4042 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Music 2hrs 30mins 2:00pm – 4:30pm
4113/4112 Paper III & II: Objective, Essay & Literature – Arabic 3hrs 30mins 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Friday 15th July 3023/3022 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay – Metal Work 2hrs 30mins 10:00am – 12:30pm
Monday 18th July 6271 Paper I: Practical – Data Processing 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm





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