The Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, ATBU, Bauchi
was established in 1980 as the Federal University of Technology (FUT), Bauchi, located in the North Eastern part of the Nigeria with Dr. JeromeUdoji and Professor A. O.Adekola as the pioneer Pro-Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor respectively.
ATBU 2014/2015 Newly Admitted Candidates Screening Exercise Details
The management of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi
wishes to announce to all Direct Entry and UTME shortlisted candidates, that they are to download their letters of Invitation/Admission for the 2014/2015 admissions screening, scheduled to hold on Monday 5th January, 2015.
Post-JAMB Screening has been scheduled for 5th January, 2015;
Shortlisted candidates are therefore advised to download their letters of Invitation/Admission for the 2014/2015 Direct Entry and UTME Admissions.
Candidates should note that the payment of N3,200 Screening Fees can be paid in any branch of Ecobank, Firstbank, FCMB, Jaiz Bank, Skye Bank, UBA and Zenith Bank, to make payment download a Payment Invoice by clicking here before going to a bank.
See the complete list of candidates shortlisted for 2014 UTME Admission and those for 2014 Direct Entry Admission.To locate any candidate, search the document, using the PDF Find facility, for JAMB Number or name.
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.
Courtesy – Nigerian Scholars Team
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