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UNN 2014/2015 4th Supplementary Admission List is Out – Check Here



UNN 2014/2015 4th Supplementary Admission List is Out - Check Here
ates offered provisional admission into the institution for the 2014/2015 Academic Session.

How to Check UNN 2014/2015 4th Supplementary Admission List:

Click Here to Download UNN 2014/2015 4th Supplementary Admission List

Congratulations to all successful students from MyNaijaDream team.

You may want to check out previous supplementary admission lists released byUNN for 2014/2015 Academic Session if you couldn’t find your name in the 4th Supplementary Admission List:

UNN 2014/2015 3rd Supplementary Admission List – Check Here

UNN 2nd Supplementary List for 2014/2015 Session – Check Here

UNN 2014/2015 1st Supplementary Admission List

You may also want to know the list of courses offered in UNN –

List of Courses Offered by University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN)

IQ Development Tips – 8 Types of Intelligence

What is intelligence?
  • The ability to solve problems and to adapt to and learn from life’s everyday experiences
  • The ability to solve problems
  • The capacity to adapt and learn from experiences
  • Includes characteristics such as creativity and interpersonal skills
  • The mental abilities that enable one to adapt to, shape, or select one’s environment
  • The ability to judge, comprehend, and reason
  • The ability to understand and deal with people, objects, and symbols
  • The ability to act purposefully, think rationally, and deal effectively with the environment
As you think about what intelligence is, you should ask the following questions:
  • To what extent is intelligence genetic?
  • To what extent is intelligence stable?
  • How do cognitive abilities interact with other aspects of functioning?
  • Are there true sex differences?
  • Is intelligence a global capacity (similar to “good health”) or can it be differentiated into various dimensions (called “factors” or “aptitudes”)?
  • Are there a number of “intelligences”?
Check out this infographic that summarizes the post:

How do you measure intelligence?

Intelligence Quotient (IQ): Measure of intelligence that takes into account a child’s mental and chronological age.(Continue Reading)


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