Learn How To Screen Yourself Before The Admission Screening Day Here
Many candidates have been asking questions over how their schools of choice will conduct the 2016/2017 admission screening exercise.
Well, from observations so far, it seems schools are going to adopt various methods in screening their candidates.
Some may settle for oral screening, some results/document verification while others will make use of CBT or electronic format to screen their candidates depending on what they deem feasible.
Having noted this, it is necessary for candidates to prepare themselves and wait for whatever comes up.
Assuming your school of choice decides to screen candidates via oral interview; in that case, your communication skills is what will come under scrutiny. Don’t forget this is not about using high sounding words. It is more about your ability to understand the question thrown at you and respond clearly without going off-point. You also need a certain level of confidence and boldness to convince your interviewer that you know what you are talking about.
Similarly, if your school of choice decides on screening candidates using result verification, what you need to do is ensure you have the necessary credit pass in the relevant subjects needed to study your course in the school. You may be wondering how you are going to know all that.
Don’t worry, our online JAMB brochure is what you need to get that sorted out. whether it is a University, polytechnic or College of education, you can confirm if you have the relevant subjects for your course via this link: http://myschool.com.ng/school/classroom/jamb-brochure/. You can equally download the updated version of the Myschool Mobile App for android phones. This app will give you access to our online JAMB brochure as well as access to all of our free and premium products and services. It’s like carrying Myschool wherever you go. You can download the new version 2.0 of the Myschool App by using this link; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.myschool.cbt
Finally, for schools that will use CBT or electronic format to screen candidates, studying post-UTME past questions, current affairs and subjects related to your choice course will be a very good way to prepare for the screening.
Now you know what you are likely going to expect, the ball is now in your court. How you play it determines the result at the end of the day. Screen yourself now before your actual screening.
Wish you success.