I sincerely appreciate the University of Nigeria’s governing council for making the general cut-off mark of this year’s Post UTME 180 and above. This, in my opinion will go a long way in giving so many of these young lads an opportunity to come and prove themselves again in the screening that is scheduled to hold on the 8th and 9th of August. This is not to say that if the cut-off was made 200 that people won’t come for the screening, but the more the merrier. More so, when one considers the abysmal performance in this year’s UTME then you will know that the 180 Cut-Off is quite thoughtful.

         You that is sitting down there crying that by some twist of fate or whatever you would want to call it, you couldn’t score up to the required mark for Post UTME, why didn’t you study harder? Why didn’t you go for those extramural classes? Why didn’t you study for extra hours? Why ….? I hope you remember when your conscience was telling you that you’re spending too much time on your phone and before a plasma TV screen than you’re spending with your books and study desk? Well, this is not the time to lay blames. The purpose of this article is not to make you feel bad but to encourage you.

The ironic truth is that the history of the university of Nigeria Nsukka has shown that people who end up becoming the best graduating students are not necessarily those that left secondary school and got admission immediately. The history books show that the best often come from people who are ready to brace up when the going gets tough; those who will continue to strive even when they have reasons to quit. My dear, you may be late and still be the latest. And, to you who is feeling like a king just because you scored ‘common’ 180 or above, o boy make you park wella because ‘no be people wey first come market dey sell pass. Say you score 180 or whatever no mean say you don get admission for UNN.’ (I don’t intend to be rude, but that’s just the painful truth.) In fact, in my opinion, your struggle had just begun.

It is regrettable and quit shamefully to know that for some student who are coming for these Post UTME, the JAMB result that bears their name is not a product of their effort. Well, not to worry this screening will fish and screen you out. Of course I know that some of you are gifted with long necks and ‘microscopic’ vision.

I unequivocally tell you that UNN has no room for mediocre and cheats. Ask some students and they will tell you that it is called the #University of #No #Nonsense; UNN for short. Be that as it may, if you have studied well and can vouch that the JAMB result you have in your hands is entirely your effort, then I will say, welcome to The #University of #No #Nonsense.

As you conclude your preparation and revision for PUTME Screening exam, do not forget the G-factor. The Bible Says that with #God Nothing Shall Be Impossible. As for you who did not score up to the cut off mark, the bible says that they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with like eagles…

Do not doubt yourself, that you didn’t score up to 180 does not mean you’re not intelligent, it simply means that you have another opportunity of trying next time.

At #UNN #INFO, we not just interests in informing you; we are also committed to encouraging you. See you on Matriculation Day!!!

Submitted By Ordinary Justice (a.k.a O. Just)

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