A whole lot has been covered in Flashlearners Jamb series. I will now give you a quick breakdown of part 1 to part 15 of this amazing Jamb series. You may also want to click here later for the latest episodes on Flashlearners Waec series.
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Part 1: The Basic Things You Should Know About Jamb
Jamb is an annual Examination conducted across all States in Nigeria. The examination is purely computer-based (CBT) and scheduled at different dates in different centres approved for all Candidates. Click here to learn more.
Part 2: Can A Dullard Really Pass Jamb?
It has become a national anthem that you can’t pass Jamb unless you are extremely intelligent. But can I shock you? Intelligent students fail Jamb yearly. You can be a dullard or an average student and still do well in Jamb. Learn more about this topic by clicking here.
Part 3: Best Time To Start Reading For Jamb
The best time to start reading for your Joint Admission and Matriculation Board examination is immediately you are sure of sitting for the exam. Click here to learn more.
Part 4: Writing Jamb When You Don’t Know Computer
All you need to do is understand how Jamb 8 keys work. So long you can Identify A, B, C, D, P, N, S and R on a computer, then you are good to go. Click here to continue reading.
Part 5: Free Jamb Questions And Answers
Jamb 2021 will not be very different from Jamb 2021 questions. Jamb maintains a certain standard for setting questions. With Jamb past questions, you are on your way to success. Click here to get free Jamb questions and answers right now.
Part 6: How To Make Jamb In One Sitting
The dream of every Jambite is to pass Jamb in one sitting. No Jamb candidate would want to accept failure as an alternative. However, not every candidate make Jamb in one sitting. Continue reading How to pass Jamb in one sitting by clicking here.
Part 7: Materials You Need To Read Well
What I am about to share with you here are the hot materials you need while preparing for Jamb. You may already be aware of these materials, but I want to re-emphasise their importance. Click here to continue reading.
Part 8: Number Of Subjects To Register In Jamb
The answer is very simple and straightforward: You are to register a total number of 4 subjects in Jamb. It is compulsory that you register Use of English in Jamb. For those going for engineering, you need Mathematics, English, Chemistry and Physics.
Jambites aspiring for medicine and surgery need Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English. You may check out Jamb subject combination for other courses by clicking here.
Part 9: Important Reasons To Put Down points
Jotting helps you break down complete sentences or illustrations into a simpler form. Putting down important points enhances your understanding. Click here to continue reading…
Part 10: How To Jot Down Points While Studying
It’s cool that you have realized the importance of studying with a good jotter. Now, You may also be wondering how to jot down points while studying. Click here to continue reading.
Part 11: Jamb Physics Electromagnetic Induction
Electromagnetic induction is the production of electricity from the magnet. Where Electro means Electricity or Current and Magnetic means magnet or magnetism. Continue reading by clicking here.
Part 12: How To Read And Understand Past Questions
Do you want to Study Past Questions And Understand Them Very Well? To read and understand Jamb utme past questions very well, follow the rules and regulations I am about to share. Click here to see the full article.
Part 13: How Many Hours To Read Daily For Jamb
When it is 3 Months To Jamb: Study for at least five hours a day… When it is 2 Months To Jamb: Always exceed 8 hours of daily study. You may want to click here now for the full gist.
Part 14: How To Choose Your First Choice Course
Passion is the first thing to consider before choosing a course to study in the University. What course do you really like to study and what gives you joy most?. Click here to continue reading how to choose your course and school of choice.
Part 15: How To Register Jamb 2021
If you are still wondering how to register Jamb 2021 without mistakes, then this article will really be of help to you. The guide has been compiled with the simplicity of mind. Click here to continue reading how to register Jamb…
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