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    The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has fixed minimum cut off marks for Nigeria’s tertiary institutions.
    The minimum cut off marks for admissions into universities in Nigeria was set for 120, polytechnics and colleges of education pegged at 100, while that of innovative enterprising institutes was pegged at 110.
    Institutions are, however, at liberty to raise their cut off marks for admission above the minimum set by JAMB.
    Also, admissions into public degree awarding institutions for the 2017 UTME examination will end on January 15, 2018 while for private institutions, it ends on January 31, 2018.
    Also, decisions on first choice candidates by universities will end on October 15, and second choice candidates will end on December 15; after which the remaining students will be available in the market place for other institutions till the January closing dates.
    These decisions were taken at the 2017 Combined Policy Meetings on Admissions into Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria which ended on Tuesday.
    The Registrar of JAMB, Ishaq Oloyede, said a Central Admission Processing System, CAPS, will be used to streamline admission processes among institutions, as it addresses challenges associated with the former approach.
    Mr. Oloyede also said that Institutions could conduct dual mode system which involves both manual and the newly introduced CAPS.
    He advocated a dynamic educational policy as related to admissions.
    “All over the world, there is agitation for dynamic educational policy,” he said. “JAMB only admits for National Diploma, not Higher National Diploma; so why should we use the same requirement for ND and BSC, that is unreasonable parity.”
    “We should not be sentimental in fixing our cut off mark; we need not over-dramatise issue of cut off mark.”
    He said candidates’ applications to study agriculture was very low while applications to study medicine and health sciences increased.
    Speaking on illegal admissions, he said the process is now automated because the Registrar of JAMB must approve all candidates.
    “About 17,160 students were admitted without JAMB across institutions in Nigeria,” he said.
    The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, also formerly announced a lift of the ban on the conduct of Post-UTME examination as a prerequisite for admission into tertiary institutions.
    “Cancellation of Post- UTME is a mistake,” he said.
    He noted that banning of post-UTME led to a lot of irregularities by candidates and some institutions.
    The minister explained that with the lifting of the ban on the conduct of the examination, institutions are now at liberty to conduct, while adding that fee for the examination should not exceed N2000.
    He explained that the 2016 admission process was a huge success, while expressing optimism that government is working assiduously to make that of 2017 better.
    Mr. Adamu noted that government is also making efforts to expand access and ensure equality in the education sector.
    He expressed optimism that a substantial number of candidates who sat for the 2017 UTME would gain admission into tertiary institution.
    “Over 1.6 million candidates applied for degree courses, over 17,000 for ND as well as NCE,” he said.

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    ii)wounds from entering ponds other water used for drinking.
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    i) Substandard housing brings increased risk of disease and decreased mental health to the families and individuals who live there.

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    4d)
    -tick fever
    -heart water diseases
    -anaemia

    4e)dipping of the animal.
    -animals should be kept in a clean surrounding.
    -ticks should be hand picked from the body of the host animal
    -practice rotational grazing
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    1a
    Sieve

    1bi
    It is used to seperate sands from stones

    1bii
    It should be clean after used
    It should be kept in a cool dry place
    If it made up of metal, It should be grease before long time store

    1c
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    ii SIlt - 0.002mm - 0.02mm
    iii Find sand 0.02mm - 0.2mm
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    1di
    Acidic

    1dii
    Application of slake lime
    Application of quick lime
    Application of ash
    Application of limestone
    Application of organic manure

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    2a)disc plough

    2b)
    I)furrow wheel
    Il)beam
    III)Standard
    IV)disc scraper
    V)-disc

    2c)furrowwheel(function)
    It provides a balancing effect for the plough as it support both vertical and side thrusts.
    II)beam(function)
    It holds disc firmly to the beam
    III)Standard (function)
    It holds the disc firmly to the beam
    IV)disc scraper(function)
    It is a point of attachment to the tractor or work animal
    V)disc(function)
    it rotates and cut the soil into vertical and horizontal upside down for agricultural activities.

    2d)this is a particular implement used for turning the soil upside down into lumps for farming purpose.

    2e)-wash and clean after use
    -store in a cool dry place
    -always do periodic checks before and after use to increase life span.
    -grease metal parts or joints to prevent excessive friction
    -tighten all bolts and nuts in the machine

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    3a)
    I-male(inflorescence (
    II)style
    III)cob
    IV)leaf with parallel vein
    V)steam

    3b)propagated by seed
    -maybe planted manually

    3c)the husks can be removed from the cobs
    -shelling should be done to remove grains from the cobs.
    -winnowing is done to remove dirt from the grain.

    3d)use of corn-picker

    3e)maize rust
    -leaf blight

    3f)breeding of resistant varieties.
    -applying recommended fungicides.

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    4a)
    I-liverfluke
    II-fowl tick

    4b)
    -it leads to loss of blood.
    -it causes liver rot
    -it obstructs the bile duct
    -it may result in death
    -it lead to digestive disturbance

    4c)
    Cattle
    Sheep
    Goat

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    -heart water diseases
    -anaemia

    4e)dipping of the animal.
    -animals should be kept in a clean surrounding.
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    -animal bedding should be changed regularly.

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    5ai)
    i)beak
    ii)oesophagus
    iii)proventriculus
    iv)Gizzard
    v)Large Intestine
    5aii)
    i)The beak moistens food with Saliva. Food is not chewed.
    ii)The oesophagus takes the food down to the crop to be stored. After a chicken has eaten, the crop will feel full and bulge.
    iii)Food from the crop slowly passes down to the proventriculus. In other words the proventriculus mixes the food with acids and digestive enzymes.
    iv)Gizzard always contains quantities of hard objects such as gravel or other grit that aids in the disintegration of food
    v)Large Intestine is where the last of the water reabsorption occurs.
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    AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

    1a.
    I) unpredictable climate
    1. Droughts or prolong periods without rain results in poor yields
    2. Flooding results in erosion
    3. Inadequate sunshine also reduces photosynthetic ability of plants

    ii) inadequate rural infrastructure
    1. This results in urban drift ie massive exodus to big cities for better standard of living.
    2. Results to massive reduction in agricultural work force in rural settings
    3. Results in low agricultural production

    iii) Diseases
    1. Result in increase in agricultural cost of production
    2. Reduce the quality of farm produce
    3. Reduce farmers income

    1bi)
    1. Contour ditch 2. Border dyke 3. Furrow irrigation 4. Wild flooding

    1bii)
    1. High salt problems or salinity of soil which prevents proper growth of crops
    2. Transmissions of diseases is possible
    3. There is a build up and spread of pests
    4. Pollution of the environment is possible
    5. There is high cost of equipment
    6. Vectors of diseases breed freely

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    3ai)
    i)Long lactation periods
    ii)Immunity and resistence from diseases
    iii)Healthy variety
    iv)Long life

    3aii)
    i)Camels
    ii)Horses

    3aiii)
    i)It can perform more tedious jobs than man.
    ii)It can handle many farm operations.
    iii)It can be controlled or easy to operate.
    iv)They are much stronger than man

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    4a)
    i)Sunlight
    ii)Temperature
    iii)Rain
    iv)Water or Humidity
    v)Soil or water chemistry
    vi) pollution
    4b)
    i)green plants make use of the food they manufacture to produce seed and fruits
    ii)dead an decayed plants and animals provide food for the saprophytic organismm
    iii)seed produced by plants is used to reproduce another plant
    iv)animals make use of the carbonhydrate food produced by plants to get energy and fruit used as food
    v)animals and plant produce carbonhydrate(Co2) during respiration to enrich the atmostphere with Co2
    4c)
    spacing 40cm*40cm
    but 100cm=1m
    40cm/100=0.4m
    spacing=0.4m*0.4m
    spacing=0.16m
    4di)
    i)Hemp
    ii)Hoopvine
    iii)Nettles
    iv)Ramie
    4dii)
    i)Tea
    ii)Maté
    iii)Kola
    iv)Kava kava.
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    5ai) -Beak/Mouth
    -Esophagus
    -Crop
    -Proventriculus
    -Small Intestine

    5aii) -Beak/Mouth: The Beak/Mouth contains glands that secrete saliva, which wets the feed to make it easier to swallow. Also, the saliva contains enzymes, such as amylase, that start the digestion process.

    -Esophagus: The esophagus is a flexible tube that connects the mouth with the rest of the digestive tract. It carries food from the mouth to the crop and from the crop to the proventriculus.

    -Crop: The crop is an out-pocketing of the esophagus and is located just outside the body cavity in the neck region. Swallowed feed and water are stored in the crop until they are p

    -Proventriculus: The esophagus continues past the crop, connecting the crop to the proventriculus. The proventriculus (also known as the true stomach) is the glandular stomach where digestion primarily begins.

    -Small Intestine:The small intestine is made up of the duodenum (also referred to as the duodenal loop) and the lower small intestine. The remainder of the digestion occurs in the duodenum, and the released nutrients are absorbed mainly in the lower small intestine.
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    F/Account-Theory
    1a)
    i)trade discount An amount or rate by which the catalog, list, or retail price of an item is reduced when sold to a reseller.
    ii)cash discount is a deduction allowed
    by the seller of goods or by the provider of services in order to motivate the customer to pay within a specified time.
    iii)bad debtis a monetary amountowed to a creditor that is unlikely to be paid and, or which the creditor is not willing to take action to collectbecause of various reasons, often due to the debtor not having the money to pay
    iv)provision for doubtful debts is the estimated amount of bad debt that will arise from accounts receivable that have been issued but not yet collected.
    v)bad debt recovery is business debt from a loan, credit line or accounts receivablethat is recovered either in whole or in part after it has been written off or classified as a bad debt.
    1b)
    i)Error of commission
    ii)Error of principle
    iii)Error of compensation
    iv)Error of original entry
    v)Error of transition
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    3a)
    suspense account is an account in the general ledger in which amounts are temporarily recorded.
    3b)
    i)Provision Profit and loss account will not disclose true profit/loss, unless provision is created.WHILE Revenu Profit and loss account discloses true profit/loss, even if no reserve is created.
    ii)expense is the term for a cost incurred in the process of producing or offering a primary business operation. While Revenue is the term used to describe income earned through the provision of a business' primary goods orservices.
    3c)
    i)capital reserve- this is a type of account on a municipality's or company's balance sheetthat is reserved for long-term capital investmentprojects or other large and anticipated expenses that will be incurred in the future.
    ii)revenue reserve- The portion of a business' profits retained by the companyfor investmentin future growth, and are not redistributed to the shareholders through regular or special dividends.

    9a)
    Tabulate
    Agege local government
    Statement of capital expenditure for the year ended 31st
    Extention of classroom =N400,000
    construction of bridges =N635,000
    purchase of drugs =N135,000
    provision of street light =N74,500
    renovation of office building =N106,500
    Total= N1,351,000
    31st Dec bal C|d =N1,351,000
    Total =N1,351,000
    9b)
    Tabulate
    statement of recurrent expeniture for the year ended
    Entertainment =N45,900
    training and development =65,330
    maintenance of motor vehicle =55,800
    administrative expenses =100,870
    salaries of traditional chief =105,000
    disposal of refuse =203,440
    postages and salaries =123,450
    personel cost =877,540
    total =N1,577,330
    31st dec bal c|d =N1,577,330
    total =N1,577,330

    6)
    Tabulate
    Sales lodger control account
    Mar 2016
    Sale journal =GH$112,415
    cheque dishonoured =GH$300
    cash refuned =GH$150
    set off =GH$500
    interested charge =GH$50
    bal c|d =GH$125
    total =GH$113,540
    apr 2016
    bal b|d =GH$6,540
    -Left-Table-
    Mar 2016
    Bal b|d ={113540-112540} GH$1000
    cash received =GH$101600
    returnted inwards =GH$1700
    discount allowwed =GH$2500
    bad debt written off =GH$200
    bal c|d =GH$6540
    apr 2016
    bal cld =GH$125
    total =GH$113,540
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    (2a)
    (i) Nkejiokwu nwere ike ibu myiriudaume dika m,n; dika:
    m - mma = m/ma
    n - nna = n/na
    (ii) nkejiokwu nwere ike ibu nke mgbochiume na udaume na-esote; dika ji,di,ya


    (2b)
    (i) mmanu: m/ma/nu = ato
    (ii) ebelebe: e/be/le/be = ano
    (iii) okiripoto: o/ki/ri/po/to = ise
    (iv) ude: u/de = abuo
    (v) omemgbeoji: o/me/m/gbe/o/ji = isi
    (vi) nwee: nwee = otu
    (vii) oturukpokpo: o/tu/ru/kpo/kpo = ise
    (viii) okuko: o/ku/ko = ato
    (ix) na: na = otu
    (x) dee: dee = otu
    (xi) nna: n/na = abuo
    (xii) eduredu: e/du/re/du = ano

    9a)
    i) Eji ire enye ngozi
    ii) Ejikwa ire abu onu
    iii) ije ire ekwu mma
    iv) Iji ire ekwu njo
    v) iji ire ekwu okwu
    9b)
    i) ire pere mpe
    ii) O bu akwa chukwu Sara mmiri
    iii) isighi ike, mana, i di egwu o
    iv) I zokpuru onwe gi ezokpu
    v) Anaghi aka ako
    ==================================

    3a)
    a b ch d e f g gb gh gw h i i j k kp kw l m n n nw ny o o p r s sh t u u v w y z
    3b)
    Udaume = a e i i o o u u
    Udachii = ch, j, ts, dz
    Udashii = f, gh, s, sh, u, z
    Udarii = R Udayi = w,y
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    (5a)
    (i) Nkebiokwu:
    (a) O naghi enwe ngwaa
    (b) O naghi enwe nghota zuru oke
    (ch) O na-eziputa naani otu echiche

    (ii) Nkebiahiri:
    (a) O na-enwe ngwaa
    (b) O na-enwetu nghota
    (ch) O bu usorookwu

    (5b)
    (i) Ha abuo anaghi enwe nghota zuru oke
    (ii) Ha abuo bu usorookwu

    (5c)
    (i) Nkebiokwu kenkowaaha
    (ii) Nkebiokwu keaha
    (iii) Nkebiokwu kembuuzo

    7a)
    i) Unu ga – amu nwa nwoke
    ii) Unu ga – amu nwa nwaanyi
    iii) Unu ga – amu Ogaranya
    iv) Unu ga – amu nna nwoke
    v) Unu ga – amu nne nwanyi
    7b)
    i) Agbogho
    ii) Okolo
    iii) Agadi
    iv) Oha
    v) Di na nwunye
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    11a)
    Aru bu mmehie mmadu mere megide
    agbara ha ala nwe mmadu
    11bi)
    i) mmadu inapu mmadu ibe ya ndu ya na
    ike
    ii) Nwoke na nwunye nna ya inwe
    mmeko akwamiko
    iii) Nwoke imanya nwanyi amanye ma
    waa ya ukwu n ike
    iv) Mmadu itubi omen ji
    11bii)
    i) Okenye ino n ulo ewu amuo n ogburi
    ii)Ikwugbu anu akwugbu kama igbu ya
    egbu
    iii)Ihopusi okuko odu na udummiri
    iv) Isinye anu di ndu n oku na – egbughi
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    YORUBA ANSWERS

    2a)
    – Iro akuyun: Awon konsonanti ti agbe jade nigba ti alafo tan -an – na gbon riri

    – Iro aikunyun :Eyi ni awon konsonanti ti
    agbe jade nigbati alafo tan – an – na wa ni
    ipo imi , eemi ri aaye gba inu alafo yii
    koja woorowo

    i)Iro akunyun – d, gb , m
    ii)Iro aikunyun – p, k , f

    (2b)
    i)
    -(gb): Bi apeere , ninu oro bi -irvin , agbagba ,gbo

    – (k ): Bi apeere ninu bi -akaara , oka,katakata
    ii)
    -(h ): Bi apeere ninu oro bi – ehoro, iho , ahon
    iii)
    (r ): Bi apeere ninu oro bi -Irin, irina

    4a
    Awe gbolohun ni silebu ti owa ni ara oro.
    Apeere: iyaami ni awe gbolohun meta
    4b)
    Fa awon awe-gbolohun afarahe ti o wa ninu awon gbolohun isale wonyi yo, ki o si so orisi awe-gbolohun afarahe ti okookan je.
    (a)Wale ti a n soro re ti de.
    (b)Won ti sun ki a too de.
    (d)A o ni jeun bi a ba de.
    (e)Omo naa sare nigba ti o ri eegun.
    (e)O ya won lenu pe mo di adajo.

    5a)
    O’ sese lo ni
    O’ eni keta eyo ni ipo oluwa
    5b)
    Se e. ti se tan
    E. leni keji opo nipo oluwa
    5d)
    A pade yin lona lanaa
    A eni kinni opo nipo oluwa
    5e)
    Titi fa iwe mi ya
    mi Eni kini eyo ni ipo abo
    5e.)
    Jide bu won
    won eni keta opo nipo abo

    12a)
    Akuruyejo, Agoro, Ajisefini, idi
    ileke, ogini. ajanaku, folami, idi
    aran, orebe,, ajisafe, arowojobe
    12b)
    Abeke, apeke,ariyike, ajoke,alake,adio, alamu, alao
    12e)
    Babatunde, durojaye, malomo,kokumo ,enibolobo, igbekoya ,kilankorotimi ,kukoyi
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