Top 9 Expert Tips On How To Pass JAMB Exams In 2023

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The Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB) is responsible for conducting the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination for undergraduates, this is an entrance examination into any University in Nigeria.

To be eligible for this examination, candidates must have completed their Secondary School Education and written the WAEC examinations or its equivalent exam like the National Examination Council (NECO) and passed with at least five credit passes in courses including Mathematics and English.

Until 2014, the joint admission and matriculation examination was a paper-based test that involved candidates sitting through the exam using a paper and pencil as writing materials, well, things have changed. The jamb computer-based test allows students or candidates access to the computer interface where questions are displayed on the screen while they only need to supply answers by choosing from the options on the screen.

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Over the years I have seen candidates become customers to the jamb, I felt like each year the exams council expected their names to pop up on their database, I mean it’s not funny but these things make you want to cry and shy away from trying but we keep trying which is why we have put up few tricks that could help you make it at a go in the jamb examination.

1. Prepare Early

Lots of students make the mistake of registering late, using up the time they’re meant to read to run around and try to register and do some verification which isn’t supposed to be so. You’re supposed to get everything done three months before the jamb exam date so you can concentrate on reading, so endeavor to register on time so you get a lead on early and begin to read on time.

2. Use The JAMB Syllabus

Good thing jamb offers their syllabus along with the brochure immediately after your registration process is completed so you could begin to study with the aid of the syllabus. The syllabus helps you to know the topics to read in each subject and a wise student or candidate makes use of it immediately they get that lead. You could grab the hard copy of the jamb syllabus or download the PDF format on the net.

3. Use Past Questions

JAMB is not a rigid body, they do not stick to old formats nor do they fail to visit old questions, make use of past questions which are usually available at bookstores and stationeries, or download them on a site you can trust and go through them.

4. Attend Tutorials

I see tons of tutorials designed to assist candidates preparing for their jamb examinations and some are fairly affordable and are packed with good tutors you might love to try.

5. Know Your Weakness

We don’t try to be what we’re not anymore, need help, ask for it. Know the areas you are slacking at and ask for help, meet your teachers, friends, or family members who you know are quite good at those areas and ask for help, they may be glad to assist.

6. Worry About Distractions

Paraphrase that to “think of how to deal with distractions”, phones, companies, places, or things that occupy your time and make reading hard focus on cutting those so you’ll be able to read up every topic you need to.

7. Burn Midnight Candle

Attending tutorials is good but what’s the point of you not revisiting your notes after the classes? Get yourself a reading partner, make yourself a timetable, this isn’t high school where you had the prep to read, no one will force you to read anymore so utilize your time appropriately.

8. Believe You Can

That’s the attitude of a winner and do not fail to do those things that will help you achieve your target. That’s the attitude and belief that helps you keep pushing when others aren’t

9. Stay Calm

In the exam Hall, be calm, read instructions very well and answer questions accordingly, and do not forget to ask questions that you don’t understand.

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