Effective reading habits for jamb, WAEC NECO & undergraduates

Effective reading habits for jamb, WAEC NECO & undergraduates
If you are preparing for JAMB , WAEC, NECO, GCE or even If you are a student in any Nigerian University/Polytechnics and you want to develop good reading habits for exam success please this post is for you

Reading Styles That Pay In Nigerian Universities

1.

Style of consistency

You have to develop a reading habits and also be consistent in your reading habits, nothing pays more to this, as everything you read becomes part of you, making you %70 to %80 reading for any exams such as JAMB, WAEC NECO, GCE and even regular exams in Polytechnic, college of education and universities as you can hardly forget all you read click here to read how to read at night with out falling asleep 
2.

Alternating approach

By alternating approach I mean you should try as much as not to spend so much hours reading one text book as this will make you feel tired and lose concentration at the end. If you plan to read for just 5hours straight make sure it’s not just one material. 

3. Cramming style

Although most people won’t don’t welcome this idea but it has paid most candidates of JAMB , WAEC,  NECO and even GCE candidates as this enables them answer questions straight to the point with out looking back. You too can cram that formula, questions that repeatedly comes up on past questions yearly. 

4.Using Shortcode

Always try to use words you remember to represent those ones you mostly forget. Still remember MR NIGER D? this is what I call shortcode. Try as much as you can to break those hard sentence/word and create short code from it

5. Effective use of Adrenaline

This is the good news about examinations. As the exam gets closer, your adrenaline boosts. This implies that, you can easily understand and remember much of what you read at that time. Take the advantage of that to revise all your courses. Trust me, you will not regret it.

6. Using past questions

Dont joke with past questions as most lectures and exam bodies are also lazy most time to research and set new questions, seize this lop hole and use it to your advantage. click here to learn more about past questions magic 

7. Using lecture as bet

Most time some teachers and lectures do give glue where their questions will come from but they might not be specific what am trying to say here is for you to read more on those topics and under it properly. Don’t ever miss the last lecture before the exam most lecturer do reveal a lot in their last lecture 

8. Sincere Analysis

It’s better to analyze all you have read, identify those areas you are not well grounded in,try as much as possible to understand it, if possible look for someone who can explain it  in a simple terms for you to understand. Check what you have learnt so far and what you still don’t understand.
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LIST OF LIBRARIES IN NIGERIA

  • Akwa-ibom State Library: Plot 43 IBB way, Uyo Akwa-ibom state
  • Badagry Divisional Library, Marine Road, Badagry, 01-2161189
  • Beautiful Minds Children’s Library, Plot 474 Jerome Hwande Street, Behind Bem hotel, (Before Shepherd Heritage Academy), Ankpa quarters ext , Makurdi, Benue State
  • Borno House Library, Block 130, Jakande Estate, Amuwo Odofin, Mile 2, 01-2161218
  • Central Medical Library, Murtala Muhammed Way, Yaba, Lagos Mainland, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Dr olusola saraki library, agbo oba , ilorin, Michael ihimodu labour studies library, offa garage road,ilorin.
  • E-Learning Center, Odunlami Street, Lagos Island (former Central Library)
  • Edo State Public Library, Benin City.
  • Enugu State Library. Market Road, Opposite Mgbemena Park, Enugu.
  • Epe Divisional Library, Recreation Field, Epe
  • Ezekiah Oluwasanmi Library,Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife,Nigeria.
  • Fawehinmi memorial public library . Lane road ondo
  • Federal Library, Jos Beside Plateau State Polytechnic Holshe
  • Fola Sasegbon Memorial Law , No 46 Akinsoji Street, Fadeyi – Igbobi Lagos.
  • Henry Carr Public Library, Behind Conoil Petrol Station, Cement B/Stop, Agege, 01-2168210
  • Herbert Macaulay Library 338, Herbert Macaulay Road, Yaba, 01-2168002
  • Ikeja Secretariat Library Oba Akinjobi Road, Old Secretariat, Ikeja, 01-2167392
  • Ikorodu Divisional Library T.O.S. Benson Road, Ikorodu, 01-2161903
  • Illupeju Public Library, Opposite LSDPC, Illupeju, Lagos State.
  • Imo state library located at okigwe roundabout close to imo state government house.
  • Isolo Public Library, Holy Saviour College Road, Off Osolo Way, Isolo, 01-2161896
  • Ipaja Public Library, 24, Akinogun Street, Shagari Estate, Pako B/Stop, Ipaja, 01-2167839
  • Kaduna State Library No 3 Bida road, opposite NBTE, Kaduna
  • Kwara State Library No 16, Sulu Gambari way, opposite NIPOST Office, Ilorin Kwara State
  • National Library of Nigeria, Abuja, Sanusi Dantata House,Behind Nicon Plaza,Central Business District, Garki, Abuja, Nigeria
  • National Library Enugu, NTA road, beside ESBS junction, Enugu.
  • National Library of Nigeria, Ondo, Oda Road (Opposite Ondo State Law Commision), Akure, Ondo State.
  • National Library, Kaduna, No 1 Bida road, opposite CBN, Kaduna
  • National Library of Nigeria, Lagos 227,Herbert Macaulay Way, Yaba, Lagos State.
  • National Library of Nigeria, Oda Road (Opposite Ondo State Law Commision), Akure, Ondo State.
  • National library Port Harcourt, central bank, along port-harcourt road, owerri.
  • Ondo State Public Library, St Peters Bus Stop, Oyemekun Road, Akure, Ondo State.
  • Onitsha Divisional Library Enugu Road, Onitsha North, Anambra, Nigeri,
  • State Library, Jos Tafa Belewa, Opp Plateau Riders Jos-North
  • Tolu Public Library, Temidire Street, Tolu School Complex, Ajegunle, 01-2166661

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