I recently wrote an article on the 15 reasons to use Jamb past questions for Jamb. The truth of the matter is that the importance of past questions cannot be overemphasised.
Something else comes to mind, “how come people use past questions and still fail Jamb woefully”? Because they did not use it properly. Click here to access over 17,000 Jamb past questions and answers.
In this article, I will be explaining how to use Jamb past questions to score 350+ in 2022 UTME. Yes, I mean what I just said. Jamb doesn’t have new questions to set; they modify and polish the old ones. You need to be as smart as possible this year…
How To Use Jamb Past Questions
- Use Jamb past questions pack that contain recent questions (At least, last two years Questions).
- You must get past questions for all your Jamb subjects.
- Understand the questions first, then think about how to answer them effectively. Don’t just rush to answer questions; No one is chasing you.
- Solve all the questions in the question bank (Or as many as possible).
- Make sure you understand what you solved. If you don’t go over it again and again until you are good to go.
- Solve it again to check if you still remember. Do not cram past questions; it is a risk.
- Do not skip any question unless you fully understand it. If you have any challenge, cry out for help.
- Constantly practice and play with past questions.
- Put yourself in the exam condition. Do this four times before the exam. Mark your work and see how many you score.
- Set similar questions for yourself and begin to solve. Use a good textbook to cross-check and confirm your answers.
Now, for those who are still wondering about the best year to start studying Jamb past questions, I will recommend that you begin from Jamb 2005 questions to a recent date. If you can fully understand and attempt 10 years past questions, then your success in Jamb UTME 2022 is guaranteed.
With the above guide, nothing would be new to you in the exam hall. As simple as it may sound, you are on your way to scoring 350+ and Above. You may click here to access over 17,000 Jamb past questions
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