UNIABUJA cut-off mark, fee payment and registration guidelines for the 2021 UTME/DE.

The University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) invites all candidates who sat for the 2021/2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination(UTME) or applied for Direct entry (DE) and chose the University of Abuja as their first choice for a Post UTME screening to take place from Monday, 25th October TO Thursday, 25th November, 2021.


i. Candidates with relevant O’ Level results at NOT MORE THAN TWO (2) SITTINGS, and who scored a minimum of 180 in the 2021/2022 UTME;

ii. Must have chosen the University of Abuja as their first choice or changed from other Institutions to the University of Abuja as their first choice;

iii. Candidates for Direct Entry (D.E) Admission will be required to upload both their O’ Levels and Higher qualifications accordingly into the University portal and register for the screening


1. Visit and click on “Click here to apply“;

2. Click Undergraduate link on the left panel;

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3. Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Click on “Get details”;

4. Complete the basic information page (Please note: Enter only valid phone number and email address

5. All candidates are required to pay the sum of two thousand naira (N2, 000) only for the screening;

6. On the payment review page, click on “Generate RRR” and this takes you to another page;

7. Click “Submit” and you will be redirected to Remita payment page;

8. Enter credit or debit (ATM) card number and other details as appropriate and submit;

9. Enter “OTP code” sent to your phone and click continue to complete your payment;

10.After successful payment, click on “Main login” on the portal, enter your Jamb registration number and Surname as password;

11. Click on “Login to dashboard” and complete your registration;

12. Ensure you print the completed registration slip and payment receipt.

Note: It is mandatory for all candidates to upload their O level results on JAMB portal before they can be considered for admissions.

Mall. Yahya I. Mohammed



South -East WASSCE Candidate Who couldn’t write Exams To Re-Sit

The Federal Ministry of Education has printed that candidates in the south-east part of the country who had been unable to sit down for some subjects in the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE), due to the sit-at-home order imposed by using the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), will be given another chance to write the examination.


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This was once disclosed by way of the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr Sonny Echono on Monday, September 20, whilst monitoring some examination centres in Abuja. Echono who condemned the disruption of the tests by way of the sit-at-home order expressed optimism on the behavior of the examination in some components of the us of a so far.


South -East WASSCE Candidate Who couldn’t write Exams To Re-Sit

And he guaranteed the affected students that the ministry will put the fantastic measures in place to ensure that they are given other opportunities to write the exams.


WASSCE is an international examination body failing to take part in the examination may lead a student to not getting admission and possible not being able to study abroad.

And a such can course a candidate another/ student another extra year to register and  re write.

South -East WASSCE Candidate Who couldn’t write Exams To  Re-Sit.



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ABU Ahmadu Bello University

ABU 2021/2021 POST-UTME/DE Registration Form Is Out

This is to inform all UTME/DE Candidates who applied for admission into Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria for the 2021/2022 Academic Session, and who made the institution their FIRST CHOICE, that they are required to register online for the Screening Exercise from 13 September to 3″ October, 2021.



Only candidates with UTME Score of 180 and above are eligible to register for the Screening Exercise, while Direct Entry Candidates are required only to pay screening fee as well as upload a scanned copy of their GCE advance level, IJMBE, NCE, or Diploma result.

See Also ; ABU Post UTME Past Questions and Answers 


To register, Candidates are required to visit and login to: or click on 2021/2022 Post UTME Registration on the Ahmadu Bello University website Applicants are required to pay the sum of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only as registration fee for the screening exercise

Payment to be made via REMITA using the option of POS (Point of Sale) at designated offices within the Campus, online payment OR by printing the REMITA RETRIVAL REFERENCE (RRR) slip and proceeding to any bank. Candidates did not have to travel to Zaria to make payment


4th October, 2021 Monday  Social Sciences 
5th October, 2021 Tuesday  Engineering

Environmental Design

6th October, 2021 Wednesday  Education


7th October, 2021 Thursday  Agriculture
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Physical Sciences
Life Sciences
Veterinary Medicine
8th October, 2021 Friday  ABU Business School(Accounting, Actuarial Science, Business, Administration, Banking & Finance,Economics,Marketing & Insurance)
9th October, 2021 Saturday  College of Medical Sciences (Medicine, Dental Surgery, Radiography, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing, Human Anatomy and Human Physiology)


Candidates are required to come along with their original JAMB printout. Those that have registered for the 2020/2021 session need not register again. Any UTME/DE candidate who fails to REGISTER for the Screening Exercise will not be eligible for admission into the University.


WAEC 2021 Mathematics Objectives and Essay Questions and Answers Now Available

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NECO GCE 2021(Nov/Dec) SSCE External Examination Time Table (8th November to 8th December 2021)

This is to inform the general public that the NECO GCE 2021(Nov/Dec) SSCE External Examination Time Table has been released by the board, candidates who registered for the exam can now access and view the timetable below

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2021 SSCE External NECO Registration Guideline

NECO Release 2020 GCE Examinations Results

 NECO GCE 2021(Nov/Dec) SSCE External Examination Time Table

Monday 8th Nov.

French Paper IV (Aural Comprehension & Oral Expression)
Actual date and time will be fixed by the Council

Arabic Paper IV (Oral)
Tuesday 9th Nov.
Agricultural Science Paper I
(Alternative to Practical)2.00 pm – 3.30 pm
Wednesday 10th Nov.

Store keeping Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.40 pm

Marketing Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.40 pm

Salesmanship Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
Thursday 11th Nov.

Technical Drawing Paper I
Practical2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Physical Education Paper I
(Theory of Practice)2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Friday 12th Nov.
Biology Paper I
(Alternative to Practical)3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Saturday 13th Nov.

Further Mathematics Paper III
(Objective)10.00 am – 12.00 noon

Further Mathematics Paper II
(Essay)12.10 pm – 2.40 pm

Stenography Paper IV Practical
(Word Processing)10.00 am – 12.00 noon

Stenography Paper I
Practical12.00 noon – 1.17 pm

Health Education Paper I
(Test of Practical)3.00 pm – 4.30pm
Monday 15th Nov.
Physics Paper I
(Alternative to Practical)2.00 pm – 4.45 pm
Tuesday 16th Nov.
Government Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
Wednesday 17th Nov.
Chemistry Paper I
(Alternative to Practical)2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Thursday 18th Nov.
Arabic Paper III
(Objective)2.00 pm – 3.30 pm

Arabic Paper II
(Essay & Literature)3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Friday 19th Nov.
Biology Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)3.00 pm – 5.30 pm
Saturday 20th Nov.
General mathematics Paper III
(Objective)1.00 pm – 2.45 am

General Mathematics Paper II
(Essay)3.00 pm – 5.30 pm
Monday 22nd Nov.
Technical Drawing Paper III & IV
(Objective & Drawing)2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

Physical Education Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Tuesday 23rd Nov.
Commerce Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.40 pm

Chemistry Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Wednesday 24th Nov.

Agricultural Science Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Thursday 25th Nov.

Physics Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

History Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Friday 26th Nov.
Geography Paper II (Essay)3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Saturday 27th Nov.
English Language Paper II & III
(Essay & Objective)12.00 pm – 2.45 pm

English Language Paper IV
(Test of Orals)3.00 pm – 3.45 pm
Monday 29th Nov.
Literature in English Paper III
(Objective)2.00 pm – 3.00 pm

Literature in English Paper IV
(Prose)3.00 pm – 4.15 pm
Tuesday 30th Nov.
Economics Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Wednesday 1st Dec.
Christian Religious Studies Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

Islamic Studies Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Thursday 2nd Dec.
French Paper I
(Written Comprehension)2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
French Paper II
(Written Expression)3.00 pm – 4.45 pm
Friday 3rd Dec.
Literature in English Paper II
(Drama & Poetry)3.30 pm – 5.10 pm
Saturday 4th Dec.
Financial Accounting Paper III
(Objective)10.00 am – 11.20 am

Financial Accounting Paper II
(Theory & Practice)11.20 am – 1.50 pm

Health Education Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
Monday 6th Dec.
Civic Education Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
Tuesday 7th Dec.
Hausa Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Igbo Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Yoruba Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Wednesday 8th Dec.

Geography Paper III & I
(Objective & Practical)2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Stenography Paper III & II
(Objective & Essay)2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
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WAEC 2021 Reschedule Physics 1 & 2 and Business Management 1 & 2 Due To Leakage

The WASSCE (SC) 2021, which commenced on 16th August, 2021, is ongoing at the 763 centres being used for the examinations. Thirty three papers including Arabic, Financial Accounting, French, Graphic Design, Mathematics (Elective), Biology and English Language have been administered to candidates. The examination is being monitored by teams of inspectors from WAEC and other bodies who are collaborating with us.

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The Council wishes to state as follows:

(1) General Observations

The examination commenced smoothly across the country with majority of centres administering the papers on time. Generally, supervisors/invigilators are complying with the rules and regulations regarding the conduct of the examination. Covid-19 protocols are being observed at the centres and candidates are being verified with the use of biometric machines to flush out impersonators.

(2) Examination Irregularities

A number of examination irregularities have been recorded at some centres. These include:

  •  Inside-examination-hall malpractice as a result of poor supervision and invigilation.
  • Institutionalized examination malpractice l.e. execution of pre-arranged plans to assist candidates to cheat by solving questions and distributing solutions to the candidates
  • Smuggling of mobile phones into the examination halls by candidates awaiting solutions from platforms they have made payments to
  • Snapping of question papers at some centres and posting same on various WhatsApp platforms.

(3) Activities Of Roque Websites/ WhatsApp/Telegram Groups

The activities of social media cartels i.e rogue websites, WhatsApp/Telegram groups are in full force with several versions of the questions being circulated on social media platforms. Some of the groups are Ruth, Jerusalema, Eminent Link, Mr. Robert, Success Room, Mr. IUPAC, Brotherhood and WAEC Secret Helper. Our investigative team is tracking these websites/WhatsApp/Telegram groups and has discovered their modus operandi which include ;

  • enticing candidates to part with money by posting several fake versions of questions, including past questions on social media
  • posting of actual questions on paid for groups after receipt and opening of question paper packets at the centre
  • solving of questions and posting of solutions on WhatsApp groups.

With the passing of the Cyber Security Act, 2020 (Act 1036), the prosecution of operatives of these fraudulent groups would be facilitated. We would want to urge parents, religious leaders and well-meaning people in society to join us in advising our wards to stay away from these WhatsApp/Telegram groups and focus on their books.

(4) Conduct of Mathematics (Elective) and English Language Papers

The “cheating” social media groups were in full swing prior to the conduct of the Mathematics (Elective) and English Language Papers on 9th and 13th September, 2021 respectively. The Council’s monitoring revealed the circulation. of numerous versions of questions, both printed and handwritten on most of the groups referred to earlier. After the administration of the tests, careful scrutiny of the several versions received, indicates extracts of parts of the questions for Mathematics (Elective) 2 and Section ‘A’ of English Language 2 were circulated on some social media platforms.

Reports from initial investigations and further information received indicate that the circulation was not extensive. Additionally, the Council would deploy various international accepted assessment procedures and interventions within its domain to guarantee the credibility of results. Consequently, those found culpable would be sanctioned.

(5) Rescheduling of Physics 2 & 1 and Business Management 2 & 1 Papers

The Office has rescheduled the Physics 2 & 1 and Business Management 2 & 1 Papers originally scheduled for today, Wednesday, 15th September, 2021. A new date for the rescheduled papers will be communicated in due course. However, Auto Mechanics 2 & 1 will be administered today, 15th September, 2021 at 14:00 hours as scheduled.

As a further step to safeguard the integrity of the examination, the Council has put in place the following measures:

(1) Strict Internal controls and compliance by all staff to the Security Regulations of the Council.

(2) Increased inspection and monitoring at the various centres. Additionally, the following schools in respect of which tip offs were received on intents to cheat are being closely monitored for evidence to validate the claims:

• Ejisu Senior High Technical School

. Anlo-Afiadenyigba Senior High School,

• Tepa Senior High School

• Yeji Senior High Technical School

. King David College, Somanya

• Ideal College, Sunyani

Christ the King Senior High School, Obuasi

Modern Senior High School, Kpong

. Modern Senior High School, Kintampo

. Oyoko Methodist Senior High School

Klo Agogo Senior High School

(3) Withdrawal of some supervisors and invigilators from providing services for the Council pending further sanctioning.

(4) Scrutiny of scripts of schools where cheating has been reported. Where mass cheating is established in centres, the appropriate sanctions would be applied.

(5) Continued tracking of rogue websites and social media cartels in collaboration with security agencies.


The Council wishes to state that it remains focused on its mandate of conducting credible examinations at all levels. Despite the challenges, we are steadfast in our commitment to conduct the 2021 examinations.


SEPTEMBER 15, 2021


PHY 103 (Introductory Optics, Waves and Sound)

PHY 103 (Introductory Optics, Waves and Sound)

Course Outline and Schedule

Elements of Geometric optics: Ray optics reflection by plane mirrors, spherical mirrors, refraction at plane

surface, refraction through thin lenses, defects of lenses and correction, optical instruments.

Elementary treatment of wave properties: Propagation, Interference, Diffraction, Polarization, Wave

motion- transverse and longitudinal, Forced vibrations, Resonance, Beats.

Sound: Motion at supersonic speeds, Intensity of sound, the resonance tube, frequency response of the ear,

high fidelity. Ultrasonic, Simple harmonic motion, Photoelectric effects, spectroscopy and atomic physics,

Continuous and line emission, Absorption spectra, X-rays, Wave mechanics-qualitative treatment of the

wave particle duality. The atomic nucleus and radioactivity.

PHY 103 (Introductory Optics, Waves and Sound)


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University Of Abuja Second semester Calendar


University of abuja

Monday September 20, 2021: Add and Drop Begins


Monday October 4th, 2021: Classes Begin


Friday October 1st, 2021: Add and Drop Ends


Thursday – Friday 4th to 5th November 2021: Mid-Semester Break


Monday November 8th, 2021: Classes Resume


Friday December 10th, 2021: Classes End


Saturday December 11th to Tuesday December 21st, 2021: SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATION BEGIN


Wednesday 22nd December 2021: Second Semester 2020/21 Break Begins


Saturday 29th January 2022: 2020/21 Set Convocation Ceremony


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2021 SSCE External NECO Registration Guideline


Prospective candidates who wish to register for the 2021 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) External, are hereby informed that registration for the examination has commenced. The registration is both offline and online. Prospective candidates should visit the Council’s website SSCE External link, to locate  the nearest registration point (Cybercafé) and register at any time within the stipulated registration period.  Candidates can also create account, purchase registration token and then proceed to registration point to register

❖Passport size photograph is required for the registration. The candidate’s passport size photograph should NOT be more than SIX MONTHS old and must have white background. System Camera can also be used to snap the passport size photograph at the point of registration as the case may be.






The registration fee is Thirteen Thousand Three Hundred and Fifty Naira (N13,350.00) only plus Fifty N50.00) Naira Stamp Duty Charge.


Candidates or registration points (cyber cafes) are to visit and create an account using either their emails or phone numbers, activate the accounts and pay into the NECO TSA through five payment options.

➢ ATM Card

➢ Internet Banking


➢ Wallet

➢ Bank Branch


i. The registration period begins on 9th September, 2021 and ends on 31st October, 2021 at 12.00 midnight.

ii. Late registration i.e. registration done from 1st to 6th November, 2021 will attract payment of ADDITIONAL One Thousand Naira (N1,000) only.

iii. Walk-in registration is Twenty-five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00) only per candidate. Registration must be done By one a day before the scheduled time of the first subject/paper intended to sit for.


On completion of the registration process, each candidate must obtain the following from the Cyber Cafe:

i. Timetable for the examination; and
ii. At least One (1) clear copy of the NECO Photo card; which would be used to admit the candidate into the Examination Hall. (Candidates should note that Passport size photographs on the Photo cards that are not clear will NOT be accepted in the Examination Hall).
The Referee’s Attestation section of the Photo card should be SIGNED AND STAMPED by any of the
a) The Principal of a recognized Senior Secondary School.
b) An Ordained Clergyman or a Chief Imam.
c) A Commissioned Officer of the Nigerian Armed Forces or the Police not below the rank of Captain
or its equivalent.
d) A Senior Civil Servant not below GL. 14.
e) A Legal Practitioner of not less than Ten years’ experience.


Visually impaired candidates are to register like everyone. However, they are to indicate the nature of their disability when making entry of their bio-data in the offline application during registration.

See Also 

NECO Release 2020 GCE Examinations Results

WAEC Release 2021 WASSCE Jan/Feb GCE Results


The Examination centres for each state have been grouped into Neighbourhoods. Candidates should select a
Neighbourhood within the State where they intend to sit for the Examination and they will automatically be
assigned a centre within the selected neighbourhood after uploading their registration data online.
Subjects available are:
1. Agricultural Science
2. Arabic Language
3. Biology
4. Chemistry
5. Civic Education
6. Christian Religious Studies
7. Commerce
8. Economics
9. English Language
10. Financial Accounting
11. French
12. Further Mathematics
13. Geography
14. Government
15. Hausa
16. Health Education
17. History
18. Igbo
19. Islamic Studies
20. Literature-in-English
21. Mathematics
22. Marketing
23. Physical Education
24. Physics
25. Salesmanship
26. Stenography
27. Store Keeping
28. Technical Drawing
29. Yoruba
Candidates should note that Nigerian Languages (Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba) include Literature component


i. The Registration fee, once paid, is non-refundable.

ii. The use of reputable cyber cafes is highly recommended as the Council will not be liable for registration

errors committed by candidates. Candidates should ensure that they cross-check all entries made by cyber cafes on their behalf, in the offline application before allowing the data to be uploaded online. Note: there is  only one chance for correction once the candidate’s data is uploaded online.

iii. Candidates or cybercafé operators should carefully follow the SSCE External link on for instructions on the registration procedure before embarking on the registration exercise.

iv. Candidates should study the Rules &Regulations as well as the Syllabus before the Examination.

v. Candidates should note that the photograph uploaded during the registration will be embossed on their Certificates.

vi. Candidates should check the viability of their centres online at least a day before the date of the examination.

vii. Smoking, Use of GSM phones and other electronic communication devices are not allowed in the Examination Hall.

viii. Candidates should dress in mufti and no one will be allowed entry into the examination hall with arms.

ix. Multiple registration is not allowed. Candidates who register more than once will have their entire results cancelled.

x. Please note that No candidate shall be allowed into the Examination Hall after the commencement of Examination.

xi. Wearing of face mask in the exam hall is compulsory.

xii. Social and physical distancing in the examination hall or classroom will be strictly enforced/observed.

xiii. Every candidate should bring into the examinational hall or classroom his/her own hand sanitiser.

xiv. A candidate showing symptoms of COVID-19 in the course of the examination will not be allowed to

continue until he/she is certified to be medically fit.



OAU Campus News

OAU Dismisses senior Lecturer For Sexual Harassment

senior lecturer in the Department of English, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Adebayo Mosobalaje, has been dismissed for ‘sexual misconduct’ by the school authorities.

This used to be introduced in a declaration by way of the Public Relations Officer of the university, Abiodun Olarewaju, titled, ‘Sexual harassment: OAU dismisses any other lecturer’.

OAU Dismisses senior Lecturer For Sexual Harassment

The assertion read, “In its avowed dedication to rid the University of any structure of sexual intimidation, harassment and, or coercion, the Governing Council of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, has disregarded another lecturer who was once discovered guilty of sexual demeanor towards a girl student.

“The decision to brush aside Dr. Adebayo Mosobalaje of the Department of English Language in the Faculty of Arts was taken through the University Council at its final sitting on Tuesday, September 7th, 2021.

“Having exhaustively deliberated on the file of the Joint Committee of Council and Senate, which investigated the case of sexual harassment towards Mosobalaje, the University Council, unambiguously declared its zero tolerance to sexual harassment in any structure or guise and, accordingly, utilized the fabulous University sanctions for such an offence as contained in the University regulation.”

Since 2018 when the story of sexual harassment allegations in opposition to a professor of accounting at the university’s college of administration, Richard Akindele, went viral, the organization has usually been in the news for similar reasons.

OAU Dismisses senior Lecturer For Sexual Harassment

Akindele, who was once disregarded by the university, used to be additionally located responsible and sentenced to two years imprisonment following his prosecution by means of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC). He has on account that been released.

There is additionally the unresolved case of a lecturer of International Relations, Bisi Olaleye, and any other at the school’s Centre for Distance Learning, Monday Omo-Etan.

OAU Post UTME Past Questions and Answers – PDF Download