How To Pass Unilag Post UTME Without Stress,  Straight Tips Part 1

Last updated on August 1st, 2015 at 03:29 pm

Sincerely, Unilag post UTME isn’t that hard. That’s the real fact, it’s just 40 questions which comprises of English, Maths and current affairs(general paper). 

The format could be 15 english, 15 Maths and 10 Current affairs, it could also be the other way around but be rest assured that it won’t be more than 40 questions for just 30 minutes.

I think what draws most students back during the exam is not enough time or at least that’s what most past students do complain about.  40 questions for 30 minutes means you will be spending less than one minute on each question.
Increase the intensity of your preparation by going through the past questions and answers over and over again, this can save you a great deal of time on the d day. click How To Get Original Unilag Post UTME Past Questions And Answers(soft copy or hard copy) to get yours.  I recommend the soft copy.

Also, you will read short comprehension passage in the english part and answer the questions that follows still within this 30 minutes. You really need to work on the time.  In this post I will give you tips on what to do to beat the time to your satisfaction.
What to do to beat the time to your satisfaction; 

Going through the past questions and answers over and over again will help you to get to know the type of questions to expect and it also increases familiarity with the kinda questions usually asked and it can in turn saves you lots of time during the exam. 

This is a strong advice based on experience; Get the original Unilag Post UTME Past Questions And answers now! Click How To Get Original Unilag Post UTME Past Questions And Answers(hard or soft copy)

The time you would have spend trying to understand the questions on the d day can be saved right now depending on how well you get yourself familiarize with the past questions now. Getting yourself familiar with the question will help you to make quick decision on that day.
Go through the Unilag post UTME past questions and answers over and over again. Follow my advice to letters, those who did last year shared their testimonies HERE.

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