Jamb has announced the date for its 2020 examination, and Registration starts on the 13th of January, with the examination date set for March. Pretty close right?
Lately the team has been getting messages from students who will be writing Jamb for the first time and how nervous they are.
Everybody is nervous before writing an exam, but the most frequently asked question is “What can I do to pass Jamb”?
Do These Things If You Want To Pass 2020 JAMB
1) Read your old notes and Text books – Most of you reading this have probably written Jamb before and you have old notes, read them! And if you are in ss3 you have an advantage, your notes are still fresh. Read them! Don’t just jump to past questions without doing some reading.
2) Read and practice past questions – Do it the old school way, buy past questions, practice them, topics you don’t know the answer, search for them in your text book and read. Works like magic.
3) Use CBT softwares to practice – If you have a tutorial centre that has a CBT training centre, it’s a great way to have a feel of what the exam will be like. Student Village has a CBT training centre in ilorin, if you are reading from Kwara state, you can come over for CBT training.
4) 70 – 30 Reading – Jamb is based on 4 subjects. English and 3 other subjects, focus 70 % of your reading on subjects you aren’t so good at, and the 30 % on the one you are good at. That way there is a balance when it’s time to sit for the exam.
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