UNIUYO Matriculation Details
University of Uyo (UNIUYO) matriculation ceremony for 2014/2015 has come and come with about 7,691 students officially admitted into the university.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Uyo (UNIUYO), Professor Comfort Ekpo, while speaking at the event warned the newly admitted students to shun vices, such as cultism and prostitution, that could frustrate their academic development.
She also advised them to key into the Tertiary Institution Social Insurance Programme which the university has implemented in order to obtain free medical services
Ekpo added, “It is important that you register with the University Medical Centre so that you can benefit from the scheme.”
She urged them to endeavour to abide by the institution’s rules and regulations.
The VC, who said academic work required peace and order, advised them to stay away from anything that could result in them to crisis.
How to Improve Your intelligence Quotient
Making Brainpower Fun
1. Take risks with your brain. Have you become a Scrabble master, able toss out 40-point words even when your rack looks like EEIOAUC? Fine, congratulations. Now go become a Sudoku master. When you reach that goal, move on. Become a Go master, or chess expert.
- Once you become good at a particular skill, your brain stops working as hard. It doesn’t expend the resources, or trigger that dopamine rush that helps make you smarter. Feel free to continue to wallop the competition in Scrabble, but keep finding new “brain games” to explore.
2. Play logic/strategy games. In 2008, scientists Susanne Jaeggi and Martin Buschkuehl devised a method that would increase “fluid intelligence”—the ability to draw connections between things, solve problems, and adapt to new situations. By having test subjects pay attention to two different streams of information, they found they exhibited a significant gain in reasoning abilities.
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