A few days ago, I shared a Summary of my Waec and Neco series from Part 1 to Part 15. You may want to Check here to see the 15 Episodes at a glance. Today, I shall answer your question as to whether it is good to write Waec and Jamb 2022 together.
If you’re still wondering whether Jamb allows the use of awaiting result or not, I am here to boldly tell you that you can register Jamb without your Waec result. You don’t need to first sit for Waec before you can take Jamb.
It is highly advisable to write Waec and Jamb the same year. There are many reasons you should write Waec and Jamb Together.
An of the advantages of writing Waec and Jamb the same year is that you will have a chance of getting admitted without spending an extra year at home (cool right?). It also helps you to manage pressure and gives you an edge even if you don’t pass Jamb. You have nothing to regret in the long run.
Everyone wants to gain admission at a very young age. Writing Waec and Jamb together enables you to get more exposure and seek admission at a young age. After all, you are still very hot upstairs.
One reason many candidates are scared to write Waec and Jamb together is the fear of failure. Another reason is that they think there is no time to prepare for both Jamb and Waec.
What you should understand is, the more you prepare for Waec, the more you are indirectly preparing for Jamb. Both Waec and Jamb questions are set from your O-level textbooks. Therefore, you should not think that Jamb is rocket science.
You may say, what if I fail? Of course, you may fail at the first attempt. However, it is not the end of life. As a matter of fact, you will be better off than those who didn’t try. Failure will inspire you to prepare harder for Jamb utme the following year.
The good news is that I have seen so many candidates who wrote Waec and Jamb together and gained admission with it. Most of them are doing well in their various Universities and Polytechnics. Some have even graduated self.
Conclusion: If you have ever wondered whether to take Waec and Jamb 2022 together, then I am giving you a go-ahead. It is a wise decision. Feel free to let me know how you feel using the comment box and don’t fail to share this with friends.
Other Episodes On The Series:
Read Also: Part 1 to part 15 full summary
Part 10: Subjects you need in Waec and Neco
Part 11: Use Waec and Neco Timetable
Part 13: Flashlearners WhatsApp group
Part 14: How to increase your reading habit
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