uLesson Education Hosts Academic Tournament for Secondary School Students

uLesson National Academic Tournament

uLesson Education Hosts Academic Tournament for Secondary School Students

uLesson National Academic Tournament



uLesson’s National Academic Tournament (uNAT)

One of the key interests of uLesson is helping learners across Nigeria, Africa, and the globe access quality educational resources to boost their grades at school and enhance personal study time. To further support these objectives, uLesson Education Limited announces the first edition of the uLesson National Academy Tournament (uNAT).

What is uNAT?

uNAT stands for uLesson National Academic Tournament. It is one of the Company’s pet projects that is aimed at giving back to society while encouraging and supporting students’ academic successes.

uNAT is an academic competition projected to give a platform for students in secondary schools to showcase their academic prowess and compete with their peers across Nigeria. This edition will focus on the  Science category, where students’ skills are tested in five key Science subjects namely; Mathematics, English Language, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. uNAT provides an opportunity for students to expand their knowledge and also aims to help students master concepts in these subjects, which will help them in their future academic and professional endeavors.

Who Can Register for uNAT?

uNAT is open to all uLesson Learners in Senior Secondary Schools only; This edition will focus on the Sciences category, where students’ skills are tested in the key Science subjects stated above.

How to Register for uNAT

Follow the steps below to register for uNAT:

  • Go to uNAT  
  • Click the ‘‘Register Now’’ button
  • Fill out the provided form and submit
  • For existing users, launch the uLesson App and register for the first round of uNAT.
  • For new users; download and install the uLesson App then register for uNAT first round.

Registration ends 11:59 am 10th March 2023

The Stages of uNAT 

This edition of the tournament comes in three stages: The Preliminary Stage; Stage One; and The Final (in-person) Stage.

The Preliminary Stage

The preliminary stage of the competition is the first stage, which starts with a mock exam on the uLesson App. The mock exam will assess students’ preparedness for the competition, and serve as a qualifier for the next stage of the competition. This stage will also help students identify their various areas of improvement.

How to Register for the Preliminary Stage

Follow the steps below to register:

  • Download the uLesson app on your mobile device or login on a computer.
  • Sign up with your name & the phone number you registered for uNAT.
  • Select your class/grade.
  • Click on continue.
  • Click on the ‘Menu’ icon on the top left corner of your screen.
  • Click on “Mock Exams.”
  • Click on “REGISTER FOR EXAM”

Note: signup on the app with the phone number you register for uNAT with.

Stage One

In this stage of the competition, the top students who scored above 50% on the leaderboard are selected and invited for an in-person CBT competition on the uLesson App, in three locations nationwide. These locations are Lagos, Port Harcourt, and Abuja. This is to enable the verification of participants.

Details for 1st stage of uNAT

Mode of Exam: CBT
Date: 21st April 2023
Time: 9 AM


The venue for this stage is spread across 3 cities in Nigeria namely: Abuja, Lagos, and Portharcourt. Each candidate falls into the venue communicated to them individually via call and email.

Dantata Universal Services, GSS, Wuse Zone 3, Close to Customs Headquarters, Abuja.
Mictec International Schools, 23-29 Emmanuel Street, off Ogudu Road, Ogudu/Ojota, Lagos State.
Jephthah Comprehensive Secondary School, KM4 East-West Road, Rumuome-Ozuoba, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Stage Two (in-person final)

This is the final stage of the competition where the top 8 highest-scored participants from stage one are shortlisted to contest for the coveted title of “uLesson Champion” in final stage. The 8 finalists will be invited to Abuja for an in-person Quiz show, where 3 winners will emerge as 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions. This will be streamed live on Facebook & Youtube.

Awards and Prizes

Students and schools who emerge winners of the tournament will be rewarded with amazing cash prizes and recognition of excellence.

  • First place takes home 3 million Naira cash and a old Trophy for the school.
  • Second place takes home a cash prize of 1 million Naira and a silver Trophy for the school.
  • Third place goes home with a Five hundred Thousand Naira cash prize and a bronze Trophy for the school.
  • 4th to 8th places will receive consolation prizes.

Students participating in uNAT will have an improved sense of accomplishment and shoved-up confidence, exposing them to new ideas and perspectives. uNAT is also an opportunity for schools to showcase their talents while encouraging their students to compete with other students. This will promote better learning experiences and enhance quality education and academic excellence.

In conclusion, uNAT is a valuable initiative of uLesson that offers Nigerian students an engaging and challenging learning experience, while providing schools with a platform to showcase their achievements. The competition is a testament to the importance of education and the role it plays in shaping the future of Nigerian students.


  1. Would the competition be postponed because of the postponed gubernatorial elections scheduled for March 18, 2023?

  2. Is it 50 candidates in total that will be selected for the preliminaries or 50 people per venue meaning 150 people?
    Thanks for listening

  3. Good morning,
    I suggest the competition be postponed/shifted because a lot of us registered as a school. The students are meant to write the exams in the school because the facilities to write the exams are all domiciled in the school.
    With the Gubernatorial/SHOA elections of 18th, the students won’t be released by parents to come write the exams. Besides, restrictions of movements.

  4. I already have ulesson app. Am a teacher.
    I registered my students through my app.
    And one of them stays with me and don’t have a phone. I used my number for him.
    My question is am i going to download a new app for him? If no, what do i do.

  5. I can’t access the exam it is writing no network connection what should I do. Time is going. Please kindly assist

  6. I tried signing into the app to take the exam but it is showing me network error. All other sections of the app is working fines except the mock exam section

  7. Today is the competition and I have completed my registration on the app before the deadline but now I can’t see anything relating to the competition or it’s questions on the app

  8. I registered some students but they were denied access to write the mock for stage 1.

    They have been duly registered. They all have also downloaded the ULesson App.

    Kindly give them access if the exam is still ongoing.


  9. Pls is it possible that you most take the 10 am mock exams, I mean is there any time lifted beside the 10 am because I miss the 10 am mock today

  10. Hello, miss Doris.

    During the first and second real-time stages, will contestants be required to put on their school uniforms?

  11. Good day ma,
    I am Michael Michelle and I just wanted to ask if it is possible for art students to join in the competition since I still offer chemistry but take little lessons on physics

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