Hope you enjoyed my article on how to be set for Jamb in just two weeks. Here is another amazing update for you. Today, we shall discuss Jamb 2023 Results Release Date, how the results would look And How To Check Jamb UTME Results.
In fact, So many candidates have started asking me when Jamb results would be released, whether there would be a massive failure and how to check it. You may click here for a guide on how to check your result.
How Jamb Will Look
Although I am not a prophet, I can still predict the fate of candidates in this year’s Jamb results that would be released soon. As expected, many people will pass Jamb 2023. This is always traced to hard work and consistency. Some will score very high while others will score high.
As you would expect, some candidates will not do well in Jamb. They would not fail because Jamb is difficult, but because they refuse to follow Jamb guide. Some failure can also be as a result of one or more disappointments. Health and Technical issues could also result in poor performance in Jamb.
You need to be wise and focused. Do what you need to do right now and stop procrastination. Pass once and for all.
Jamb Results Release Date
Jamb is computer based. The results will be released within two weeks of writing the examination. Jamb releases results every day. The result will be marked by computer and scored over 400. You may want to score above 250 to be on a safer side.
Once again, the Jamb exam pattern is:
- 60 Questions from the Use of English (This will also cover the novel) and
- 40 Questions From three other subjects.
Steps To Check Your Jamb Result
Check here for how to check your admission status on Jamb result or continue reading for another method.
- Visit the Jamb official website https://jamb.org.ng/efacility
- Login to your Jamb profile or click here for help.
- Click on print result slip option.
- Enter your Registration number and examination year
Remember, It is either you succeed in Jamb, or you will suck seeds. Chose one. I wish you the best.
See Also: How to know if you are admitted