Good day to all 2020 JUPEB Examination candidates, we bring to you an information you've being fully expecting since. The Joint University Preliminary Examination Board Examination should be have come up but due to the covid19 pandemic it has been brought to a standstill. If you do not know about JUPEB, I'll be giving details of what it is all about and what it fully entails.
You probably have being hearing about getting admission into the University without sitting for JAMB Examination. Not only you won't sit for JAMB, but students will be resuming into the institution starting from 200L. The Examination classes or Tutorial always takes place in the time space of 12months.
The subjects each students do register for has to do with his or her department and desired course. The number of subject is always three which stands for 15points i.e five points each per subject. The point requirement for each institutions varies from each other and how competitive the course a student is applying for is.
Now the information is that the Examination Board have released the final timetable for the 2020 Examination which is to commence on September 7 and is to hold for two weeks including theoretical and practical aspect for science related courses.
We wish all students taking the Examination success ahead and don't forget that proper preparation prevents poor performance.
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