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22 Comments Add yours

  1. Justice Richard says:

    what are the best textbooks for Fsc 105, 101 & 103


    1. Chukwudubem says:

      Pls can u tell us what subjects they represent, so we might be able to help better:D


    2. Dubem has answered your question below. Please your comment was out of context, try to post your comments relating to the post. Thanks for commenting anyway, we appreciate it


  2. Chukwudubem says:

    So for fsc 101 that should be biology, biological science is the best, but i strongly recommend that u absorb everything ur lecurer gives u in his notes nd materials…d biology lecturers hardly go outside of what they give you in class. Then for fsc105… Get Mr adewale’s textbook nd solve all d questions, u should also get lamlad it helps a lot. Then if Grandpa is teaching u, you probably hav his material already…nd his questions nd solutions are not too easy to understand but just try your best God will see u thru. Then for fsc 103 computer, there is a textbook that the lecuturer will sell himself nd it has practise ques at d back try as much as possible to solve all of dem repeatedly..then for ur visual basic…d book might not be too explanatory so i suggest u also make use of d internet. I hope dis helps…Best of luck

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  3. aliyaa shah says:

    The information you have posted is very useful. The sites you have referred was good. Thanks for sharing..
    avalon university The School os medicine


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  6. Enigmatrix says:

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