Gani Fawehinmi Scholarship Programme 2018Exampulse Writer
About Gani Fawehinmi Scholarship Programme
Gani Fawehinmi scholarship programme is an annual undergraduates scholarship scheme in the name of Chief Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi who is a lawyer and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN). To help the indigents of public universities in Nigeria, the scheme awards scholarships on a yearly basis. In addition to other benefits of scholarships, the Gani Fawehinmi scholarship helps 20 students across Nigeria with a sum of one hundred thousand naira (# 100,000)
Eligibility For Gani Fawehinmi Scholarship Programme
- Candidate must have good academic performance.
- Applicants must be a registered student in any Nigeria institution(University, Polytechnic or College of Education)
- Applicants must be poor and indigent.
The Gani Fawehinmi Scholarship Test Format
Curious about the kind of test is the Gani Fawehinmi scholarship conducting? Read on.
- Quantitative Aptitude Test: This is a kind of test that measures a candidate’s ability to interpret data through calculations. Here, one comes across questions on arithmetic, word problems, data analysis, etc. It is a test set in order to evaluate a candidate’s numerical ability. I have previously written on how to pass quantitative reasoning test. Do check it out.
- Verbal Reasoning: This is a psychometric test used to determine an individual’s ability to make use of the English language and apply it to written rules. For more tips, read how to pass verbal reasoning test
- Abstract Reasoning: This is a test which determines how ‘street-smart’ a candidate is. It is used to know how a candidate reasons, not based on what he/she has learned in schools but on how one applies ideas in solving problems. Read surefire hints to pass your next logical reasoning exam.
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How To Pass Gani Fawehinmi Scholarship Exam
Before scholarships are awarded to people, the candidates are shortlisted for tests based on their application and selected based on their performance in the exams or tests. It is no new news that success in exams is based on preparations. Here are sure ways on how to pass the scholarship exam and get a scholarship.
- Begin Your Preparations On Time: Now that you have applied for the Gani Fawehinmi scholarship, kick-start your preparations. In order to avoid being rushed and caught up on, you have to start preparing early. To garner more time and helpful materials for your test, you need to begin your preparations as soon as possible.
- Fill Your Application Form Correctly: Does that even matter? Oh, yes it does. Do you know before you get shortlisted for a scholarship test, your application form serves as the basis for selecting? The application form you are usually asked to fill, perhaps online or otherwise and the details usually requested for by scholarship sponsors are the greatest determinants of the chances you have of being awarded the scholarship. Here’s your selling point. You need to be smart with your answers, and of course carefully. Who doesn’t love to help a meticulous person?
- Work On Your Cognitive And Reasoning Skills: You could be book-smart but not reasoning-smart. Scholarship tests are set to test one’s level of cognition and reasoning just to know your capability and measure your intelligence. You should start working on developing these skills by practicing aptitude tests questions.
For more tips, Read on How To Pass Any Scholarship Exam.
Documents Required For Gani Fawehinmi Scholarship For Undergraduates
These are the documents you will be needing for the scholarship:
- A photocopy of the candidate’s current identity Card
- Letter from the candidate’s current head of Department, including correct information on the candidate’s CGPA for the last academic session
- A letter from the Registrar certifying that the candidate is a student of the institution.
- A copy of the candidate’s registration form for the current semester; and
Two (2) current passport photographs.
About The Application Letter
Interested and qualified candidates should submit an Application Letter of not more than two (2) pages. The Letter must include the name of the candidate, course and year of study, state of origin and why the candidate believes that he or she should be given the award.
The application letter with all the supporting documents should be forwarded (by hand or postal delivery)
Information on address for delivery will be updated as soon as it’s out.