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Advantages of Having A High Joint Admission Matriculation Examination (JAMB) Score

Many students dread Joint Admission Matriculation Examination (JAMB) as they believe that it is tough and cannot be passed easily.


Everyone wants to be associated with success.

No one who has high JAMB Score will reject it. The key to succeeding in JAMB is preparation.


Any candidate who is able to obtain a huge mark at the unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) will be recognized right from his immediate family. They would be proud of the person.

Why are you waiting? Aim at it to get it done!

 

If you are a person who comes from a humble background, making a huge score in JAMB is a sign that you are not taking the efforts of your parents or sponsor for granted.

This will in the long run help to ease the burden when you finally grab the opportunities that come with it. You can't afford not to attempt to have that excellent score. 


Your purpose of writing the exam is to gain admission. 

A professional course that you would like to study will require that you meet the cut-off which is often high. You just have to get the high score to achieve this!


It gives you courage that you have to do better when you are admitted. You can't get such a high mark and come out with just a pass in a higher institution. You will want to sustain that energy by giving your best.


One encouraging aspect is scholarship. You can gain a state or national scholarship if you happen to be among the top ten, you would be sponsored throughout your undergraduate and possibly postgraduate studies.

I know you won't want to miss this aspect.

Still, on scholarship, you can get scholarships from oil companies that use UTME score to give scholarships or to shortlist for their aptitude test.


And lastly, getting a great score will earn you some respects in your departments and at home for those who know your score you had.


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JAMB Joint Admission Matriculation Examination

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