Exam Revision for the Novel “Sweet Sixteen” by Bolaji Abdullai
“Sweet Sixteen” by Bolaji Abdullai is the official novel to be read by every JAMB candidate in the 2019 UTME, irrespective of the course you intend to study. We will therefore be embarking on Exam Revision to study this novel by giving summaries, possible questions and important information that would help you pass every single question set by JAMB from this novel. Please always check this publication for new updates on this revision class.
Every candidate registering for 2019 UTME is entitled to this novel, “Sweet Sixteen” by Bolaji Abdullai, so ensure you demand for it at the centre where you are registering for UTME. It is compulsory, and it is your right to have it.
We will use this publication to link important resources, and future links concerning this novel. When we have summaries of the novel, or group of questions that you will find useful, we will be linking them below as we come closer to the exam.
Here is some basic information from the novel;
Author of Sweet 16: Bolaji Abdullai
Genre: The Genre of Sweet Sixteen is Fiction
Number of Pages: Pages is Sweet Sixteen: 53
Publication Year: Sweet sixteen was published on February 1, 2017
Short Desciption: 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.
Before we really get started, Have you already finished reading the novel? We believe it should take you up to 5 days to thoroughly complete this novel, so we’re throwing the flow open for those who have already finished the novel. How would you summarize what you understand from the book so far?