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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Official: Jamb 2014 PPT DBT Result has been released!

Information reaching us has it that The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released her result of the 2014 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted on Paper Pencil Test (PPT) and Dual Based Test (DBT).
Out of over one million (1,015,504) candidates that wrote the examination , only 47 per cent scored 250 and above.

How to check Jamb 2014 Result

All the applicants who took part in the PPT 2014 Jamb examination can check their result online by following the steps below.

Step 1. From a computer system connected to the internet, visit the official Jamb 2014 result checking portal by clicking here.
Step 2. When the portal finish loading, you will be required to enter your Jamb registration number on the space provided.
Step 3. And you are expected to print out your result slip.

Note: Do not drop your Jamb 2014 Registration Number all over the internet, you are going to use the 5 chances and then you will be looking for e-facility card to check it.

Although you are encourage to obtain the Jamb e-facility scratch card after you must have checked your Result.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

How To Check Jamb 2014 Result Online

It is time again for all candidates who wrote the Joint Admission and matriculation board examination which hold at around 12th April, 2014 to check their results. If you sat for the Jamb UTME PPT Examination and you are yet to check your Result, Click here for full details.

How To Check Your Jamb 2014

The steps below will assist you to check your jamb results.
Step 1. From a computer system that is connected to the internet, goto the Jamb official website and follow the steps to check your results.

Step 2. You are to enter your details on the space provided and then click on the submit button to check your result and then print it out.

For all the Jamb 2014 Computer Based Test Candidates, your examination is expected to commence in the month of May, 2014.

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Monday, April 14, 2014

How To Check JAMB UTME 2014 Results

For you to monitor your 2014/2015 JAMB UTME results, follow the directions below:

JAMB Results: The Way To Assess JAMB UTME 2014 Results

To monitor your JAMB UTME results, follow the directions below:
Directions: How You Can Assess JAMB UTME 2014 Results
1. Look at the JAMB UTME 2014 result checking account web site here
or visit: http://jamb.sch.ng
2. Put in your JAMB UTME 2014 registration number
3. Click Submit
4. Print out your JAMB results.

The Jamb2014result team is wishing you all, the very best Of Luck.
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Thursday, April 10, 2014

JAMB 2014: 9 Ways and Techniques to Passing UTME

1. Except in Use of English all exam papers under JAMB are multi-alternative.

2.Some bright people have called multi-alternative questions, MULTI -SPECULATION questions . And there lies the key to all your labour! JAMB test doesn't have relevance to your own brilliance in the classroom but to how smartly you'll be able to use your techniques.

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3.Coincidentally, 2 out of 3 of the techniques are based on your capacity to guess answers accurately under pressure.

4.Specialists have said that it's potential for a few students (such as primary school students) to score as high as 25% in a JAMB question paper that they know nothing about like chemistry! All of us know this is nearly impossible in essay tests.

5. We must additionally presume that JAMB does not engage itself in negative mar king. But if it does ALL questions should be replied in accordance with its standard examination educations. i.e. Do not leave any answer blank even, when you have only 5 to 10 minutes to go.

6. Remember that in JAMB, you will never be able to read entirely or enough to make you remember of what you have read 100%. You have to accept the test scrapbook system will grow the quantum of things you are able to consider. Don't panic or fret regarding the volume of what remains to be examined. Every situation has one or more methods to resolve issues arising there from.

7. When using past question papers recall that every question/answer situation is broken into- The Root, The Stem along with The Branches.

8. The underlying facts are stated by tHE ROOT. They may be written either in present or past tense. They may be short or long. All facts given might be major or might not be applicable. The facts contained in the roots may also be known as the STIMULATION SUBSTANCE. But also note that in some questions, the stalk can appear with no root.

9.. THE STEM is the genuine question or the job to be performed. The key words to the questions can be found in the stalk rather than the root. The stalk may be in the kind of making a choice, or a call for the completion of a sentence.
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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

JAMB pegs varsities’, polytechnics’ cut-off marks at 180 and 150

JAMB pegs varsities’, polytechnics’cut-off marks at 180, 150 THE fourth Combined Policy Committee meeting on admissions to tertiary Institutions yesterdayturned into a rowdy session when the Registrar of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof Dibu Ojerinde announced the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination(UTME) cut-off mark to be 180 for universities and 160 for polytechnics and colleges of education. This is even as he disclosed that all tertiary institutions in the country can only admit 704,000 candidates in the 2013/2014 academic session. Interestingly, National UniversitiesCommission (UNC) and JAMB management have vowed to closely supervise the post-UTME to ensure that no institution admits more than the stipulated carrying capacities. Ojerinde lamented that the examination board and NUC had on several occasions been faced with the challenges of admission of excess students which he said has boxed federal government into a tight corner to the advantage of students and the detriment of the facilities in the institutions. This, he said will no longer be tolerated by the board and warned the institutions in the country to stick to the deadline of October 31st for admission of students while warning the intended students that admission outside the deadline will not be accepted as they will never graduate. According to him “I wish to remindyou formally that all admissions will come to an end by 31st October, 2013. All institutions are hereby called upon to adhere strictly to this date as late submissions will not be entertained”. Meanwhile, the stakeholders observed at the meeting that the number of candidates who applied to be admitted in the 2013/2014 academic session in universities far outnumbered those for polytechnics , colleges of education and the 86 Innovative Enterprise Institutions. It will be recalled that the cut-offpoint of UTME in 2012 was 180 for universities and 160 for polytechnics. However, the issue of 180 and 160 cut-off was thrown open for discussion and to enable the institutions present to agree on it for adoption in the 2013/2014 admission but the issue generated heated argument for which it was argued for and against and at the end of the debate, it was unanimously agreed to peg the cut-off point at 180 for universities and that polytechnics and colleges of education 150 from 160 of last year. The institutions based their argument on the graph shown tothem by JAMB which noted that candidates preferred universities to polytechnics and colleges of education therefore to encourage candidates to opt for polytechnics and colleges of education when they failed to meet the cut-off mark for universities. The Vice Chancellors and other heads of institutions present at the meeting agreed on the need to bring down the cut-off to 150 for non-awarding institutions. Some stakeholders at the meeting also argued that the disparity between degrees and Higher National Diploma (HND) also contributed to the decline in the number of applicants to the non-awarding degree institutions. Education Minister, Prof Ruquayyatu Ahmed Rufa’í in her speech reminded the institutions on the mandatory guidelines on admission, pegging criteria for merit at 45%, catchment 35%, educationally less developed states, ELDS at 20% for federal government owned institutions. For states owned institutions, merit 40%; catchment 40%; ELDS 20%” The institutions, she said, should also be mindful of the 60:40 ratio for science/arts for universities and colleges of education and 70:30 for technology Article Sources: jamb 2013 cut-off mark and Cut-off mark
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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

WAEC Release All 2012 Nov/Dec GCE Withheld Results!!!!!!

We have just been reliably informed that Waec organisers are making arrangements to released all the students results that was withheld. They have said some time ago that the results are cancelled, but waec has vowed to released them. You can check waec gce status at Here
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