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AWOOF! Enjoy Airtel N2500 for calls, N7500 for Data + Extra N7500 for Data (15,000 For Data) | October 2017

Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:43 pm by Gab2

AWOOF! Enjoy #Airtel N2500 for calls, N7500 for Data + Extra N7500 for Data (15,000 For Data)

It’s very difficult not to fall into this temptation right now because it is so enticing…everyone loves awoof
most especially if there is no any limitation to it. The
awoof stuffs have been seeing of late is majorly for new customers but this offer, is for old and new customers.

Airtel …

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How To Get 6.4GB for 60 Days On Glo Network With N1000

Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:22 am by emmy

To get multiple data on Glo, simply visit Quickteller web portal at Quickteller: the easiest way to buy airtime, make payments, send money and recieve money with your "ATM" card. login and click on ' Data & Internet Services '.

- Select Glo Data Bundle

- Select a Payment Option e.g (1000 = 1.6GB 30 days)

- Enter the Glo Number you want to subscribe

- Click on Next and then Pay you'll be …

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How To Buy 9mobile Airtime with Your ATM Card at Home

Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:08 am by Emmi

9Mobile Currently introduced a platform for the purchase of airtime and data with your debit or credit card at home, this Recharge option is on its website, i.e 

[size=13]The introduction of this feature means that 9mobile customers in Nigeria have a simpler, more convenient, and more secure way of staying connected with their family and loved ones. This basically means no more …

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MTN Introduced New Monthly data Plan 1.5GB for N1200 | October 2017

Mon Oct 09, 2017 4:39 pm by Gab2

Recently I made a an article concerning  The justice to the N1000 data plan giving your 1.GB to use during the day and 500MB to use during the night from the hour of 1am – 7am. 
This seems not to be enough , MTN NG has introduced a new plan again.
MTN Nigeria New plan gives you 1.5GB for N1200 usable all day 247 and will last you for 30 days.
The data plan will work on all devices and I’m …

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How To Get Extra 30% Data When You Subscribe To Any Airtel Data Plan With N500 And Above

Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:14 am by Gab2

I want to bring to your awareness the new offer from Airtel Nigeria called »Campus zone«

This offer allow you to get 30% additional data on all Airtel data bundle starting from #500 and above.


>>>Migrate to …

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PostEmmi on Tue May 30, 2017 2:39 am

How to prepare for the forthcoming 2017 NECO exam,  it all deals with mindset and decision  on how to make good grade , today to get admission into various high institution in Nigeria with your preferred  course deals with your O.Level grade .

Since there is no longer Post UTME exam in various high institute in Nigeria , your JAMB score and your O.Level result determine your admission status.

I present the ways one can pass WASSCE or NECO without expo/dubs. 

Rule 1: Believe in yourself.

Most Nigerian students do not beleive in themselves. The youngster who uses expo has,in essence , given up on himself. Part of the problem is our schools emphasis on the intelligent student. You know...the one who clears all of the prizes (ok...not all the time)while others are classed as 'dull'.

If you do not believe in your abilities....then you won't pass exams,or be successful in life. You will join the league of those who either become failures in life, or successful by dubious means (I leave the definition of dubious means to the imagination). 

Thing is, as one of those ''intelligent kids'' when I was young....I am here to tell you that I still had to work and study hard like the rest of you. Intelligence is not a is something that is worked for.

Rule 2. Read widely....and out loud.

One of my favorite pastimes growing up was to read widely. Infact I read so widely that my parents sometimes got worried (My father at times threatened to ban me from reading the news papers when I was a teenager). At school, when I had a free period....I would head to the school library and get lost in an encyclopedia (My favorite was one about space travel...which probably explains why Prometheus is one of my favorite films...eldritch type creatures aside). 

I also loved to read out loud in class during english comprehension,and also at church when we had to read the bible . Not just because I loved the sound of my voice (ok...a little bit....I confess!) but because it helped me comprehend (understand) what the passage I was reading had to say.

Reading a lot for leisure enables one to comprehend the subject you are well as to assimilate the material (I can now summarize the Chronicles of Narnia in one hour...really!). Useful skills in doing actual studying.

Rule 3. Pracitce.

I remember the day when my life ended (It was the best of times and the worst of times). That was the day when my mother, during my first holiday in Primary One...decided to burden me with maths and english problems in the early morning.

So, between 9am and 1pm...instead of playing football and watching videos (this was in the 1980's/early 1990's...BD...Before DSTV).I was doing maths and English problems (Thanks Mom for ruining my holidays).

What was the point of all this? Well....repeatedly practicing Maths and English over and over again helped me to solve maths problems quickly....vital exam skill...while doing English over and over again helped me understand English better...the language in which the WASSCE exams is written.It also introduced me to the concept of self preparation, and planning time (My mommy is a wise woman).

And these skills are transferable to other subjects.

So rule 3....practice,practice Maths AND English...because you gain vital skills for the exam.(And start in your primary or even secondary school days. No one will remember that you were the master of the village football pitch fifty years from now)

Rule 4.Early preparation is the best.

Needs no elaboration. Start prepping early. Like 1 year before the exam. Read for at least 2 hours a day. Take it up a notch when it gets close to the exam.

Rule 5 SPQ3R..

...In is a method for approaching your studying...(And it is useful for university students too)...Stands for SURVEY , PREVIEW, QUESTION, READ, REPEAT, REVIEW.

Rule 6. The Library is your friend.

If you are lucky to live near a library....make it your friend (no matter how poorly stocked...there are gems in the desert). Be a member and read there well well if it is too noisy at home.

Rule 7..Start now.

So, what are you waiting for? START NOW!

Remember...this applies not only for those who have WASSCE to write next year....but also for those who are in primary, JSS or even SS1. 

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