How to get past JAMB in 2022 and Score Above 200
I can’t lie to you guys; getting past JAMB isn’t easy. When I saw my results, I was disappointed, but it motivated me to do better the next time around. JAMB is our gateway to the future and we all want a great life filled with endless possibilities; but the process can be overwhelming for some people and it often takes some trial and error before you get it right.
But don’t worry; I’m here to help. Today, I’m going to share with you everything I know about passing JAMB in 2022 or 2023.
It’s common sense: If you begin studying earlier, there will be more time to study and improve. But perhaps it’s not clear how many extra days or weeks of study you can add if you start earlier.
According to a recent Duke University study, students who start studying for their first college class a month before school starts do about as well on average as students who wait until week three of classes. Students who started two months early? They did even better.
Those are big differences that could affect your grade point average, which in turn could make your scholarship dollars stretch further—or have less impact on your bank account.
Prepare yourself mentally
Prepare yourself mentally for jamb , it is a very competitive examination. You must be focused, determined and ready to work hard. You should not let anyone or anything distract you from your goal of passing JAMB. If you are a student, you should study as much as possible and keep up with your studies because they will help you pass your exams later on.
If you are not a student, read as many books as possible so that when you do start studying, it will be easier for you to understand what is being taught. Reading also helps improve your vocabulary which is an advantage during interviews and examinations.
It’s also important that when reading any book or material, take notes so that when it comes time to revise them, they will come in handy.
Know your target universities
for you to pass a jamb you need to know which universities accept your jamb scores. This is why it is important to know your target universities before attempting JAMB.
These are some of them: University of Ibadan, Ahmadu Bello University, Bayero University Kano, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Federal University Lokoja, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso and many more. Know that if you have scored 180+ in any of these universities then there is no reason for you not to pass jamb.
Don’t leave preparation till last minute
Though you can’t predict when your preferred program of study will be announced, it’s never too early to begin studying for your chosen field. The better prepared you are for an upcoming exam, and for life as a student at university level, the more likely you are to excel both academically and personally.
Of course, most first-year students don’t do much planning; they simply roll with what happens and hope that whatever happens is enough to land them where they want to be.
Study when you are at your best
If you’re going to be studying for a test, it’s important that you do so at a time when your brain is sharp. You might have different brain peaks throughout your day—some people do their best work in early morning, while others reach their peak later on—so it’s important that you take some time to figure out when you perform at your highest level and try to study then.
The Pomodoro Technique can help make studying more effective by breaking down tasks into smaller chunks of time and minimizing distractions. That way, even if you don’t reach your peak, you still get some good work done!
Learn what you need to learn
You need to know what is required by your specific institution. You might be required to take some subjects but not others. Also You might have other subjects you need a minimum grade for and still others that are compulsory. You also need to understand how many credits each subject will give you, as well as how many credits your institution requires per semester or year.
This information will help determine how much time you’ll need to spend on each subject and how long it will take you to graduate with a given number of courses taken.
Read widely and widely read
In order to prepare for any examination, it is important that you understand and learn about everything covered. Reading widely not only helps you familiarize yourself with various topics, but also helps give you a better appreciation of the world around you. If you are passionate about books and reading, don’t stop; read your way into success!
Do practice exams till you can score above 200 on each section consistently.
Spending time solving questions helps you get a feel for what’s going to be on your exam and how you can answer it best. If there is no practice exam available, create your own! It doesn’t have to be fancy or polished. You could even go so far as copying questions off a Google search into Microsoft Word if that’s all you need.
But anything is better than nothing, which is why I recommend writing your own exam before going for a more official option such as those offered by bookstores and universities.
Practicing with questions that are similar in content and style to what will appear on your real test will ensure you’re ready when it comes time for test day. In addition, it’ll save money—these books are fairly pricey!
Is JAMB hard or easy?
The truth is that getting through JAMB isn’t a walk in a park. There are countless students out there who have prepared for many years and still did not make it through. However, taking your time, preparing well and knowing what you’re doing can help you minimize chances of failing.
In addition, it’s important to know that you don’t have to be a genius; students with B+ and A- grades don’t find it hard getting into tertiary institutions at all. As long as you work hard and apply yourself smartly, everything will work out fine.
How can I score 300 in JAMB?
Get your teachers and lecturers on your side: You cannot afford to have teachers who do not value education. You must make it a point of duty as a student who is serious about scoring 300+ in JAMB exam, that you use every opportunity you can find to engage your lecturers and teachers on matters relating to education.
Get them fired up by giving them reasons why they should care about students having high scores when they write their examinations. These reasons could include wanting to see improved performance from students so that their subjects perform better than ever before; being able to introduce innovative ideas into classes which will help improve on our national average score, and so much more.
Your lecturers should be sufficiently motivated for you at least until you sit for your final examinations.
The path to a great score is not littered with unavoidable obstacles; it’s paved with flexible and intelligent decisions that account for your personal situation. With a little work, you can easily boost your scores—and increase your chances of securing admission into your first-choice university. If you take these tips seriously, and apply them diligently over time, you’ll see results.