What Novel are we reading for UTME 2020?
Many of 2020 Jambite have been searching for the recommended novel for UTME 2020. Therefore, you have reached the right platform to discover that it is sweet Sixteen.
If this is the first time you are sitting for jamb, you should take note that Jamb recommends novels to be read yearly for Use of English. The Novel is compulsory for both art, Science and Commercial candidates.
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A number of questions will be asked from the novel. Trust me, sweet sixteen will carry a whole lot of marks. You won’t be happy with yourself failing questions because of refusal to read the novel.
Now you may be wondering, is sweet sixteen difficult or easy to read? How many days will it take me to understand the new book? Continue reading this article for description and summary of sweet sixteen novel.
Title of Novel For UTME 2020: Sweet sixteen
Author of Sweet 16: Bolaji Abdullahi
Number of Pages: 157
Publication Year: Sweet sixteen was published on February 1, 2017
How long it would take to finish sweet 16?
If you study 10 pages daily, it will take you approximately 15 days to finish the UTME 2020 novel. I would advise you read the novel at least two times before jamb exam date.
How to get the Novel? Available at Bookstores nationwide and Jamb computer-based centres. You will get the Novel when you register for UTME 2020.
Short Description of Sweet Sixteen:
“Aliya has to constantly remind her father that she is not a child but ‘a young adult.’ He does not always agree with her.
But now that she is turning sixteen, he is sitting up and taking notice. The expected birthday card from him is replaced by a present and no holds barred letter – a page for each year she has lived.
It chronicles the lessons he has tried to teach her and the wisdom he has attempted to pass to her. It unburdens the burning questions she has about life and sometimes shows through the cluelessness of parental units.
Aliya questions who she is and why she is; with her father as a guide on this journey of discovery. An engaging coming of age guide on life and love for the teenage girl.”