Wednesday, 27 April 2016

To Newly Admitted Students & MTH 201 Students: Prepare For Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics With Lecturers During This Break

  • Seasoned Lecturers Proffer Solutions To White & Yellow House Courses’ Failure

Do you know that the most failed courses on Obafemi Awolowo University are arguably courses from White House and Yellow House; Departments of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics?

Do you know these courses are foundational courses taken by newly admitted students? Courses include MTH 101, PHY 101, CHM 101, MTH 105, PHY 105, SSC 105, ZOO 101, BOT 101.

It is a known fact among the students that white house and yellow house courses are the most dreaded courses on OAU campus. Why?

Speaking with Dr Fadodun Ayo a.k.a AY and Mr Olokuntoye Bola a.k.a Uncle Bola who are lecturers in the Department of Mathematics, they are strongly of the opinion that students fail these courses due to lack of basic concepts on which the topics in these courses are built.

OAU Peeps can confirm to you that these lecturers are willing to use this break to furnish you with these concepts so as to overcome the challenges these courses pose. To this effect, there will be a six (6) weeks comprehensive summer classes on MTH 201, MTH 101, MTH 105, PHY 101, PHY 105, CHM 101 and SSC 105.

Lecture commences Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
Venue: MBB 209 and MBB 210 (Yellow House).

Newly Admitted Students (MTH 101, PHY 101, CHM 101, MTH 105, PHY 105 & SSC 105) - 6 Weeks - N10,000
Returning Students (MTH 201) - 6 Weeks - N5,000

There are limited slots available for this offer. Interested persons should call the lecturers below to reserve their slot.

This is also to inform students who are yet to do their online screening that they can get it done during the summer classes with the tutors.

Fadodun (AY MATHS) – 08034060158
Olokuntoye (Bola MATHS) – 08032073336

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  1. Pls am an econs student, can i apply for the tutorial

  2. Pls am an econs student, can i apply for the tutorial

  3. @Chrislink, Yes. Economics students take SSC 105 i suppose.