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4 Hidden Secrets to Scoring High in JAMB and UTME Exams

This article contains some Hidden Secrets to Scoring High in JAMB and UTME Exams.

Many students that have concluded their UTME/Jamb registration think that UTME/Jamb exam is hard, the truth is that it is as hard as you make it or see it, for many who know the secret it is not hard at all. But you need to know these points, before going into the examination hall:

First: Study hard and be prepared for the questions
Two: Know the technique to answer UTME/JAMB examination questions.

For example, in the sciences such as Chemistry and Physics, the first few pages are filled with calculations whereas the last pages are straight answer questions. If you are not aware, you will start from the beginning wasting time on calculation questions you can solve ordinarily. But if you answer the straightforward questions first, you would have settled down and gained some time before attempting the calculation part.

If Biology is part of your subjects, run through it before going to chemistry and Physics. You will sure get more than half the time saved for Chemistry and Physics. In Maths, you are graded based on the number of questions you answered correctly. If you can answer 30 questions out of 50 for instance and get them all correctly, you will get a higher mark than someone who attempted all questions through guesswork.

JAMB/UTME ENGLISH – Read your questions first before answering.

Three: Learn to practice with past questions as the examiners, no matter how creative or crafty, would still come out with similar questions to the past questions.

Finally, forget about “runs” because most of the “runs” men do not know anything. There are so many of them who cannot speak good English and still they profess to organize “runs” for JAMB students. How do you expect the students to pass through such “runs”?

Following the above steps is the easiest way to find yourself on campus come the next academic session. Hope to see you on campus next session.

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