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Search Engine Optimization Content For Blog Or Website Free Complete Guide

Search Engine Optimization Content For Blog Or Website Free Complete Guide

It is very important to optimize your content  for SEO (Search Engine Optimization. So that your post will rank on search result on first page, here after your website gets more traffic. Many content writers who has written and published a lot of contents or posts on their website/ blog, but their posts do not rank in search engine like Google. The reason for this is that they do not optimize their website or blog contents. Here the comprehensive tips on SEO for 2019 and beyond;

Use Keyword in First Paragraph
Use your Main Keyword in first paragraph of your post, . Use more four to five keywords in your first paragraph. But take care not to force any Keyword into force. Otherwise search engine will consider it as spam

Use Keyword in Permalink (Url)
Do use your main Keyword in the post's Permalink. This is very important for SEO. Whenever a user searches in search engines such as Google, Url is also shown with your Post Title. So you must insert the main keyword in permalink. If you want to write Seo Friendly Post i.e. Search Engine Optimized Content. So read this post completely and follow the steps mentioned.

Use Keyword In Title
It plays very important Role to rank Blog Post.  use main keyword from your post post in title. And add another similar Keyword as well. Use at least 2 keywords in the title of your post. Make your Title Attractive so that you can get maximum clicks.

Use Image in the Post
Use the image in post you are writing. Image also helps a lot in ranking the post. Image enhances your article. So that the user also likes to read the post and reads that post completely.

Use Image Alt Tag
Whatever image you are using in your post, it should have quality. Also, the size of that image should also be reduced so that page loading time is reduced. Must use Alt Tag in the image. Put the Main Keyword of your post in Alt Tag.

Meta tag Description
It is very important to write a description along with the post title. Because whenever someone searches, there are some words shown below the post title which is called meta tag Description.  Write about your post in 150 to 160 words. This is very important for Seo.

Keyword In Subheadings
Heading and Sub-heading are important roles in the post. Heading gives an idea to the user what   he is going to read inside this post. So in Sub- heading you have to use your Main Keyword. You write sub-heading in H2.

Use Outbound Links
Outbound links mean that there are websites with good position in search engine. Such as Facebook, Istagram, Wikipedia. Link all these websites in your post. This is Helpful for seo.

Post Content Length
Nowadays the competition has become very much in Blogging. Now many bloggers have become and a large number of articles are being published. You should write at least 500 to 1000 words articles. If you do not write posts of more words, it may take a long time to rank your post.

Meta tag Description
It is very important to write a description along with the post title. This is because whenever someone searches, there are some words shown below the post title which is called meta tag Description.  Write about your post in 150 to 160 words. This is very important for SEO.

Use Internal Links
You must use internal links in your post. Internal Link means to give a link of another article of your own website. By giving internal links, the user will click on all this links and read those posts on your website.

How To Control Your Anger

How to Control your anger

Dr Redford Williams, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Science at Duke University, states: 'The hostility and anger associated with Type-A behaviour is a major contributor to heart disease. People who struggle with anger are five times more likely to suffer coronary heart disease, and people with heart disease more than double their risk of a heart attack when they get angry.'

The first mention of anger in Scripture is when Cain got so angry with his brother Abel that he murdered him. In 2017, investigation showed that over half of all homicides in England and Wales were the result of some type of anger. But anger not only kills others, it can kill you.

Of course, there's a difference between anger and mere aggravation. A little girl asked her father to explain that difference. So he picked up the phone, dialled a number, allowed his daughter to listen in, and when the other person answered, he said, 'Hello. Is Melvin there?' Back came the answer, 'There's no one here named Melvin.

Why don't you look up numbers before you dial them?' The father waited a moment, then re-dialled the number. 'Hello. Is Melvin there?' The man yelled, 'I just told you there's no Melvin here! Don't call this number again!' then slammed down the receiver. The father looked at his daughter and said, 'Honey, that was anger. Now let me show you aggravation.' He dialled the number again and when a voice roared back, 'Hello!' her dad calmly said, 'Hi. This is Melvin, have there been any calls for me?'
'Don't sin by letting anger control you.' Ephesians 4:26 NLT. The word anger is only one letter short of the word danger. So ask God to help you manage your anger. He will!

'A quick-tempered man acts foolishly.' Proverbs 14:17 NKJV The truth is that when your temper gets the best of you, it reveals the worst of you.

The Bible says three things about unrighteous anger that you need to keep in mind:

(1) It's stupid. ' A quick-tempered man acts foolishly, and a man of wicked intentions is hated' (Proverbs 14:17 NKJV) . Benjamin Franklin wrote in Poor Richard's Almanac: 'Take this remark from Richard poor and lame; 'Whatever's begun in anger ends in shame.'

(2) It's divisive. ' A hot-tempered person starts fights; a cool-tempered person stops them' (Proverbs 15:18 NLT) Occasionally we may become angry for good reason. But most of the time it's because we're selfish, impatient, irritated or hurt about the way we have been treated. Humourist Will Rogers once said, 'People who fly into a rage seldom make a good landing.' Instead of solving the problem, anger only makes it worse.
(3) It's destructive. ' Hot-tempered people must pay the penalty. If you rescue them once, you will have to do it again' (Proverbs 19:19 NLT) . That means when you keep losing your temper, you keep losing. You will lose friends, you will lose the love and respect of your family, you will lose your business associates, and it can even cause you to lose your health.

John Hunter, a psychologist who had a severe heart condition, said, 'My life is at the mercy of the person who can make me angry...the first scoundrel who gets me angry can kill me.' And guess what? That scoundrel can be you! So ask God to help you control your anger.

Soul Food
1 Chron. 23:21-26:19,
John 10:1-10,
Ps. 99,
Pro. 26:1-6,
1 Chron. 19:1-23:20,
John 9:24-41,
Ps. 115, Pro. 25:26-28

Remain blessed!

How To Get More Traffic To Your Blog

Getting more traffic to blog is very technical and one needs to exercise patience. The problem that most people face isn't about how they can setup a website or even start a blog; it's about how they can actually drive traffic to that digital destination floating about in the bits and bytes of cyberspace. Here are ten ways to get more traffic to your website;
How to More Traffic to Your Blog

1.Write Good Content: Content is king. As long as you create insatiable content on your site or blog, you'll keep the visitors coming back for more and more. Also, the better your content is, the more engaged your visitors will be. They will share your content for you, helping to promote your site on autopilot.

2.Comprehend The Sources Of Your Website Traffic: There are effectively two ways that you can drive traffic to a website. The first way is free. It involves things like search engine optimization, setting up a blog, social media marketing and so on and so forth. The other way is paid. Everyone knows that paid ads can drive traffic to a website, but it can also get costly.

If you don't understand things like conversion rates and tracking of clicks to see how much a sale costs you, then you'll surely fail with paid traffic. Either way you slice it, there are some great ways to drive traffic to your website that fall into both of these categories.

The more organized you are, and the better you've presented your offer at the outset, the more likely you'll be to succeed with any one of these traffic methods or strategies. So, how do you track all of your efforts to ensure that you're doing the best to understand where your visitors are coming from when it comes driving traffic to your website?

3.Implement Good Search Engine Optimization (SEO): If you don't understand SEO, you're doing yourself a disservice. Discover the nuances about SEO so that you're engaging in the right type of traffic delivery strategies. You don't want to bend or break the rules. Plus, by really having an understanding of SEO, you could quite literally supercharge your results. Find a good course or audiobook about SEO and learn like the wind.

4.Update "Expired" Content On Your Website: Historical refreshes of content is a good thing, especially if some of your content has expired. Note, this does not mean re-doing your content; simply refreshing it to bring it current if it isn't already evergreen content. Look at ways you can update outdated content on your site to drive more traffic through visibility on search engines like Google.

5.Focus On Mobile Usability: You need to ensure that your site is mobile-friendly. Use Google's Page Insights Tool to check the friendliness of your mobile layout and see if it conforms to guidelines. You should also make sure that all your posts and content are AMP-specification ready.

6.Try Instagram: Everyone knows that Instagram is a wildly-popular platform for sharing photos and connecting with others from around the world. Yet, few people know how to leverage Instagram to drive traffic to their website. However, many people have built multi-million dollar businesses solely by using Instagram as their main method for driving traffic.

7. Purchase Ads Through Facebook: Clearly, you can advertise on a platform like Facebook. As long as your offer is enticing enough, and you can convert that traffic into sales with a great sales page or free offer, then you can scale this marketing initiative out infinitely to drive nearly unlimited sales.

8.Leverage LinkedIn's Publishing Platform: Publish a unique, high-quality post on LinkedIn that delivers an enormous amount of value and ensure that you link that content to anchor content on your blog or website to gain that all-important authority bridge to your primary post.

9.Utilize Email Marketing:  Email marketing is a great way to drive traffic to your site or your blog, and to promote any offers, but it also means that you need a list to market to. Create a lead magnet and build a sales funnel immediately if you haven't already done so, in order to build up a list that you can eventually market (not spam) any of your offers to.

10.Create And Share High-Quality Infographics: Building high-quality infographics is simply one form of clickbait. There are loads of clickbait examples that you can utilize, but not all of them are created equal. However, if you can build a great infographic that many people will link to, you can essentially create an automated marketing machine for your site. Ensure you hire a great designer to do this.



Candidates can also check their results on the Council’s results website: WAEC LINK

1. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number. (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)

2. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year eg. 2002

3. Select the Type of Examination

4. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.

5. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card.

6. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up

Over 1.6 million candidates sat for the May/June 2019 WASSCE in Nigeria. The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), on Friday, confirmed the released of this year’s May/June WASSCE.

The council, while confirming the release, urged candidates not indebted to the council to access and check their results online via the result checker PIN on their smart identity cards used for the examination.  



A mission statement is not something you write overnight. It takes deep introspection, careful analysis, thoughtful expression, and often many rewrites to produce it in final form. It may take you several weeks or even months before you feel really comfortable with it, before you feel it is a complete and concise expression of your innermost values and directions. Even then, you will want to review it regularly and make minor changes as the years bring additional insights or changing circumstances.  But fundamentally, your mission statement becomes your constitution, the solid expression of your vision and values. It becomes the criterion by which you measure everything else in your life.
As we go deeply within ourselves, as we understand and realign our basic paradigms to bring them in harmony with correct principles, we create both an effective, empowering center and a clear lens through which we can see the world. We can then focus that lens on how we, as unique individuals, relate to that world. Frankl says we detect rather than invent our missions in life. Each of us has an internal monitor or sense, a conscience, that gives us an awareness of our own uniqueness and the singular contributions that we can make. In Frankl's words, "Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life. Therein he cannot be replaced, nor can his life be repeated.”
Thus, everyone's task is as unique as is his specific opportunity to implement it. In seeking to give verbal expression to that uniqueness, we are again reminded of the fundamental importance of proactivity and of working within our sphere of influence. To seek some abstract meaning to our lives out in our sphere of concern is to abdicate our proactive responsibility, to place our own first creation in the hands of circumstance and other people.
Our meaning comes from within. Again, in the words of Frankl, "Ultimately, man should not ask what the meaning of his life is, but rather must recognize that it is he who is asked. In a word, each man is questioned by life; and he can only answer to life by answering for his own life; to life he can only respond by being responsible."
Personal responsibility, or proactivity, is fundamental to the first creation.  Rule 1 says "You are the programmer." Rule 2, then, says, "Write the program." Until you accept the idea that you are responsible, that you are the programmer, you won't really invest in writing the program.  As proactive people , we can begin to give expression to what we want to be and to do in our lives. We can write a personal mission statement, a personal constitution.

Process is as important as the product. Writing or reviewing a mission statement changes you because it forces you to think through your priorities deeply, carefully, and to align your behavior with your beliefs. As you do, other people begin to sense that you're not being driven by everything that happens to you. You have a sense of mission about what you're trying to do and you are excitedabout it.  
  • Using Your Whole Brain
Our self-awareness empowers us to examine our own thoughts. This is particularly helpful in creating a personal mission statement because the two unique human endowments that enable us to practice.  Imagination and conscience are primarily functions of the right side of the brain. Understanding how to tap into that right brain capacity greatly increases our mission creation ability. A great deal of research has been conducted for decades on what has come to be called brain dominance theory.
The findings basically indicated that each hemisphere of the brain -- left and right -- tends to specialize in and preside over different functions, process different kinds of information, and deal with different kinds of problems.
Essentially, the left hemisphere is the more logical/verbal one and the right hemisphere the more intuitive, creative one. The left deals with words, the right with pictures; the left with parts and specifics, the right with wholes and the relationship between the parts. The left deals with analysis, which means to break apart; the right with synthesis, which means to put together. The left deals with sequential thinking; the right with simultaneous and holistic thinking. The left is time bound; the right is time free.
Although people use both sides of the brain, one side or the other generally tends to be dominant in each individual. Of course, the ideal would be to cultivate and develop the ability to have good crossover between both sides of the brain so that a person could first sense what the situation called for and then use the appropriate tool to deal with it. But people tend to stay in the "comfort zone" of their dominant hemisphere and process every situation according to either a right- or left-brain preference.
In the words of Abraham Maslow, "He that is good with a hammer tends to think everything is a nail." This is another factor that affects the "young lady/old lady" perception difference. Right-brain and left-brain people tend to look at things in different ways. We live in a primarily left-brain-dominant world, where words and measurement and logic are enthroned, and the more creative, intuitive, sensing, artistic aspect of our nature is often subordinated.
Many of us find it more difficult to tap into our right-brain capacity.  Admittedly this description is oversimplified and new studies will undoubtedly throw more light on brain functioning. But the point here is that we are capable of performing many different kinds of thought processes and we barely tap our potential. As we become aware of its different capacities, we can consciously use our minds to meet specific needs in more effective ways.
  • Ways to Tap the Right Brain For Personal Mission Statement
If we use the brain dominance theory as a model, it becomes evident that the quality of our mission  is significantly impacted by our ability to use our creative right brain. The more we are able to draw upon our right-brain capacity, the more fully we will be able to visualize, to synthesize, to transcend time and present circumstances, to project a holistic picture of what we want to do and to be in life.
1.Expand Perspective
Sometimes we are knocked out of our left-brain environment and thought patterns and into the right brain by an unplanned experience. The death of a loved one, a severe illness, a financial setback, or extreme adversity can cause us to stand back, look at our lives, and ask ourselves some hard questions"What's really important? Why am I doing what I'm doing? But if you're proactive, you don't have to wait for circumstances or other people to create perspective-expanding experiences. You can consciously create your own.  There are a number of ways to do this. Through the powers of your imagination, you can visualize your own funeral. Write your own eulogy. Actually write it out. Be specific. You can visualize your twenty-fifth and then your fiftieth wedding anniversary. Have your spouse visualize this with you. Try to capture the essence of the family relationship you want to have created through your day-by-day investment over a period of that many years. You can visualize your retirement from your present occupation. What contributions, what achievements will you want to have made in your field? What plans will you have after retirement? Will you enter a second career?
2.Expand Your Mind
Visualize in rich detail. Involve as many emotions and feelings as possible. Involve as many of the senses as you can.  I have done similar visualization exercises with some of my university classes. Assume you only have this one semester to live, and that during this semester you are to stay in school as a good student. Visualize how you would spend your semester.  Things are suddenly placed in a different perspective. Values quickly surface that before weren't even recognized. I have also asked students to live with that expanded perspective for a week and keep a diary of their experiences. The results are very revealing. They start writing to parents to tell them how much they love and appreciate them. They reconcile with a brother, a sister, a friend where the relationship has deteriorated.
The dominant, central theme of their activities, the underlying principle, is love. The futility of bad-mouthing, bad thinking, put-downs, and accusation becomes very evident when they think in terms of having only a short time to live. Principles and values become more evident to everybody.  There are a number of techniques using your imagination that can put you in touch with your values. But the net effect of every one I have ever used is the same. When people seriously undertake to identify what really matters most to them in their lives, what they really want to be and to do, they become very reverent. They start to think in larger terms than today and tomorrow.
3.Visualization and Affirmation
Personal leadership is not a singular experience. It doesn't begin and end with the writing of a personal mission statement. It is, rather, the ongoing process of keeping your vision and values before you and aligning your life to be congruent with those most important things. And in that effort, your powerful right-brain capacity can be a great help to you on a daily basis as you work to integrate your personal mission statement into your life. It's another application of "Begin with the End in Mind."  
Suppose I am a parent who really deeply loves my children. Suppose I identify that as one of my fundamental values in my personal mission statement. But suppose, on a daily basis, I have trouble overreacting. I can use my right-brain power of visualization to write an "affirmation" that will help me become more congruent with my deeper values in my daily life. A good affirmation has five basic ingredients:
  1. it's personal,
  2. it's positive,
  3. it's present tense,
  4. it's visual, and
  5. it's emotional.
So I might write something like this: "It is deeply satisfying (emotional) that I (personal) respond (present tense) with wisdom, love, firmness, and self-control (positive) when my children misbehave." Then I can visualize it. I can spend a few minutes each day and totally relax my mind and body. I can think about situations in which my children might misbehave. I can visualize them in rich detail. I can feel the texture of the chair I might be sitting on, the floor under my feet, the sweater I'm wearing. I can see the dress my daughter has on, the expression on her face. The more clearly and vividly I can imagine the detail, the more deeply I will experience it, the less I will see it as a spectator.
Then I can see her do something very specific which normally makes my heart pound and my temper start to flare. But instead of seeing my normal response, I can see myself handle the situation with all the love, the power, the self-control I have captured in my affirmation. I can write the program, write the script, in harmony with my values, with my personal mission statement.  And if I do this, day after day my behavior will change. Instead of living out of the scripts given to me by my own parents or by society or by genetics or my environment, I will be living out of the script I have written from my own self-selected value system.
We would try to get him in a very relaxed state of mind through deep breathing and progressive muscle relaxation technique so that he became very quiet inside. Then I would help him visualize himself right in the heat of the toughest situations imaginable.  He would imagine a big blitz coming at him fast. He had to read the blitz and respond. He would imagine giving audibles at the line after reading defenses. He would imagine quick reads with his first receiver, his second receiver, his third receiver. He would imagine options that he normally wouldn't do.  At one point in his football career, he told me he was constantly getting uptight. As we talked, I realized that he was visualizing uptightness. So we worked on visualizing relaxation in the middle of the big pressure circumstance. We discovered that the nature of the visualization is very important. If you visualize the wrong thing, you'll produce the wrong thing.
Dr. Charles Garfield has done extensive research on peak performers, both in athletics and in business. He became fascinated with peak performance in his work with the NASA program, watching the astronauts rehearse everything on earth again and again in a simulated environment before they went to space. Although he had a doctorate in mathematics, he decided to go back and get another Ph.D. in the field of psychology and study the characteristics of peak performers. One of the main things his research showed was that almost all of the world-class athletes and other peak performers are visualizers. They see it; they feel it; they experience it before they actually do it.
4.Begin with the End in Mind
You can do it in every area of your life. Before a performance, a sales presentation, a difficult confrontation, or the daily challenge of meeting a goal, see it clearly, vividly, relentlessly, over and over again. Create an internal "comfort zone." Then, when you get into the situation, it isn't foreign. It doesn't scare you. Your creative, visual right brain is one of your most important assets, both in creating your personal mission statement and in integrating it into your life.
In effective personal leadership, visualization and affirmation techniques emerge naturally out of a foundation of well thought through purposes and principles that become the center of  person's life. They are extremely powerful in rescripting and reprogramming, into writing deeply committed-to purposes and principles into one's heart and mind. I believe that central to all enduring religions in society are the same principles and practices clothed in different language -- meditation, prayer, covenants, ordinances, scripture study, empathy, compassion, and many different forms of the use of both conscience and imagination. But if these techniques become part of the personality ethic and are severed from a base of character and principles, they can be misused and abused in serving other centers, primarily the self center.
Affirmation and visualization are forms of programming, and we must be certain that we do not submit ourselves to any programming that is not in harmony with our basic center or that comes from sources centered on money-making, self interest, or anything other than correct principles.  The imagination can be used to achieve the fleeting success that comes when a person is focused on material gain or on "what's in it for me." But I believe the higher use of imagination is in harmony with the use of conscience to transcend self and create a life of contribution based on unique purpose and on the principles that govern interdependent reality.

How to Hide Power by blogger in Blogger Themes

Attribution Widget in Blogger

When someone visits your blog and sees your blog with power by blogger it shows that your site looks unprofessional. However, to remove this attribution widget is pretty simple but a little complex. Here  procedures for removing power by blogger attribution widget for blogger theme;

You need to sign in Blogger’ s account

1.Locate theme and click on edit theme.
Remove Power by Blogger Attribution Widget

2.Press control F to search within theme for attribution  or jump to widget attribution 1.
Remove Attribution Widgets

3.Then change the locked='true' with locked='false'. Click save theme.

4. Now, proceed to layout click on edit attribution.

Remove Attribution Widget

5. Select remove attribution and hit save.

6.There are some themes that has auto popup code so you need to add this code :-
#Attribution1 {display: none;}

above #body. You can control F and search for #body on theme editor on blogger.

Save theme and preview to see if it worked. Now you done. You have successfully removed power by blogger on your themes.

How to Create Console Assemblies

Console applications are the kind of executables that you would use to create a command line utility. The command line utility could be dir or xcopy. Actually many ad-hoc C# projects are console applications. The C# source code shown in Figure 1 will calculate how many rabbits you get after a certain number of generations (assuming ideal circumstances, of course).

Figure 1 above is an example of a console application. If you build this application you can run it from the command line, and pass it an argument indicating the number of generations you would like to calculate.
Building a Console Application File
To build this file using the command line compiler you would use the following command.
C:\>csc Rabbit.cs
You will notice that it is not necessary to use the /Target switch like it was when we built the source code. This is because the default assembly built by the C# compiler is a console executable.This is how you build a console application; simple stuff!
However, the Rabbits.cs sample also shows some interesting things about C# in general, so we will highlight them hereLike our last application, Rabbits.cs defines a class (arbitrarily named App) which defines an entry point function named Main().
The Main() method in Rabbits.cs does something a little different by taking a parameter defined as an array of String objects. These are the command line arguments passed to the program.
Rabbits.cs uses structured exception handling to handle errors. This is the try-catch code block that surrounds the bulk of the application. You will notice from this sample that C# uses C syntax for its loop constructs. The while loop syntax in Rabbits.cs, is exactly what it would be in C, C++, or Java.
The sample code in Figure 1 uses the static WriteLine() method of the Console type defined in the Framework Class Library to output text to the console window. Notice that an instance of the Console type was not necessary to call the method. This is because WriteLine() is defined as a static method.
This sample uses a numeric type called Decimal which allows us to calculate many more generations than we would be able to do with a 32-bit integer value. The Decimal type is well suited for financial and scientific applications.
Rabbits.cs is an iterative Fibonacci calculator. Its’ written this way just for fun. There is nothing about C# that would prohibit you from implementing this algorithm using recursion.
Building and Running a Console Application
1. The source code in Figure 1 Rabbits.cs is a console Fibonacci number generator written in C#.
2. Type in or copy the source code and save it in a .cs file.
3. Compile the source code using the command line compiler.
a. Hint: The line that you would use to compile this application is as follows.
c:\>csc Rabbit.cs
4. Run the new executable.
In this treatise, we learnt that Console applications are the kind of executables that you would use to create a command line utility. The command line utility could be dir or xcopy. We equally identified the steps required to build and run a console application. We have considered the concept of console application, the types of command line utility and a classic example of a console application. We equally identified the steps required to build and run a console application.
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Procedures for 2019 UTME

There are few documents requirements and they include:
  • Personal e-mail address and mobile phone number  
  • Create your JAMB profile.
  • JAMB ePIN registration payment

Visit any accredited CBT centers with your personal details, the profile and evidence of payment. The CBT centers or JAMB State Office, supplies, at no extra cost, the prescribed reading text and the CD containing:

  • e-brochure showing guidelines on admission detailing list of tertiary institutions and available programmes of study
  • Syllabus (e-syllabus) for the examination.  
  • Step by step guide on completion of the application form.  
  • A video messages from the Registrar of JAMB and a demo on how to use eight (8) keys for UTME examination without mouse. (For candidates with little familiarity with Computers).  
Each Candidate is to complete the online application form by supplying the required details such as name, e-mail address, L.G.A., academic qualification, etc. At the CBT centers, Candidate’s ten fingers biometric and image will be captured and uploaded.  
O/L and/or A/L grades are to be provided by candidates. Candidates who are awaiting result should supply the result online as soon as the results are available on JAMB’s portal. Each Candidate is to collect his e-slip at the end of registration as evidence of registration.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) commenced sale of registration forms, for the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, has started. Sale of forms will last for six weeks.