FAILED JAMB? HERE ARE 6 THINGS TO DO IF YOU FAILED JAMB EXAM

6  BASIC THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU DONT MEET UP WITH YOUR SCHOOL CUT OFF MARK

The joint admission and matriculation board has just release the result of their student and we aren’t really glad to announce that some didn’t meet up with the cut off mark set by their choice institution while others actually failed jamb exam but luckily for you there are other opinion that you can take that can really assist you into the university.

                Failing jamb is not the end of your stay in this world, and if you failed jamb exam, that doesn’t really make you a failure.

I guess you might have start receiving the pain from the house, friends and even family members, well this is normal because you are not actually alone.

I too went through the same thing. When i wrote my first SSCE and JAMB exam, i actually failed jamb and boom i have to sit at home for one year doing nothing. Such a huge waste, everyone i know was hey you failed jamb exam! Some were like, hey did you actually failed jamb exam or are they just joking.

At this point you might not have the capacity and courage to shout at home, complain about little food or even ask for money. Hey i too was there and so if you have written jamb exam before and you didn’t do very well or you failed jamb don’t worry you are not a failure.

Let this be your driving force this year as we head straight to the 5 basic things to do if you fail jamb exam.

This article was written to both encourage and assist those who failed jamb and others who didn’t really meet up with the jamb cut off mark for their school.

Everyone who the world has recorded has a hero one way or the other has been called a failure and some even failed more than six times. I guess you know the author of things fall apart and how he failed English nine times yet he is an award winning writer today.

So the focus of this article is to ask you two things. First is does crying and isolation solve problem?, secondly what are you going to do about it?

THINGS TO DO IF YOU FAILED JAMB EXAM

  1. Learn a skill
  2. Register for part time
  3. Apply for jupeb or ijmb
  4. Change of course form
  5. Start reading again
  6. Apply for school that require only SSCE result.

LEARN A SKILL

To you this might be the worst idea you have ever read in a blog post but trust me i have been there and so advice are from that point.

Now jamb exam is actually once a year which leave you with three hundred and sixty five days to stay at home and do nothing.

Now lets see what you can do if you don’t learn a skill after you failed jamb exam.

Firstly, Morning you wake up, do house works and everyone leave the house and you are home alone then you carry your phone and boom down to your social media pages, chat till afternoon, maybe wash some clothes and cook and here is mr evening so you embrace mr evening and everyone is back from work you pick up your text book and read few lines then the mr sleep comes and off you go(don’t argue lol. I too did it).

Days after days and boom here comes another jamb and so you have wasted a year doing nothing.

Learning a skill can boost your brain capacity and put some cash in your hand, you might want to ask were you are to get the money from! Well since your mobile phone is your best friend, take a free online class or use youtube to learn something.

Learn a skill. If you like cooking then  learn catering. If you love fashion the take a course on beauty and make up and if you are a tech guy like me, learn blogging and coding or computer programming.

Trust me when you get to school you will thank me and when everyone in hostel is broke you will see the help and reason why you failed jamb this year(Just saying).

SEE ALSO : HOW TO MAKE GOOD GRADE ACADEMICALLY

REGISTER FOR PART TIME

If you still want to enter the university this year, the you have the opinion to register for any institution of your choice using the part time application form. The part time application is very simple and easy to apply all your need is your waec or neco result and you are done.

You can also CHECK YOU WAEC OR NECO RESULT HERE. Schools like mine(uniben) part time is easy to apply for and with what i heard, it is cheaper than the UTME set if you eventually calculate all the expenses spent.

You can apply for a university part time and i guess you should check out the NUC APPROVE PART TIME COURSES before you lip. And if you are interested in the UNIVERSITY OF BENIN PART TIME COURSES.

you can check it out. Part time are same as the direct utme entry set. Same year and entry fees so don’t be scared.

SEE ALSO: AAU COURSES OFFERED

ANSU COURSES OFFERED

APPLY FOR JUPEB OR IJMB

This session of the article ( apply for jupeb or ijmb if you failed jamb) was gotten from www.alevelprogramme.com . and i bet it is a good opinion if you failed jamb.

What is Jupeb?

Jupeb stands for Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board. 

The Jupeb Programme originated as a result of different Universities coming together to create an alternative means of tertiary admission for secondary school leavers without JAMB.

JUPEB Programme has proven to be a good alternative to Gaining Admission into Nigerian universities.

Yearly, more than 20,000 students register for jupeb programme and more than 70% of them successfully secure admission with the certificate to their preferred university and desired course of study.

The Nigeria University Commission (NUC) has certified the programme as an advanced level examination programme that qualifies students into 200level without JAMB UTME

How Jupeb Works

Prospective JUPEB candidates are required to select any THREE (3) A/L JUPEB Subject Combination plus General studies (English Language) identified with their preferred course of study in the university be it Science, Art or Social Science Course. Candidates would undergo lectures for 9-10 months after then they will sit for the Jupeb exam in June.

What is IJMB?

IJMB: meaning Interim Joint Matriculation Board, a 9-month educational programme approved by the federal government. Ahmadu Bello University moderates the program.

IJMB is a well-known programme all over the federation especially because of it long time existence. Majority of Nigerians did the programme during their undergraduate days in the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s even till date.

IJMB is fully certified by the Nigeria University Commission (NUC) as an ‘A’ Level programme that serves as a mode of entry into the university. It has been designed to serve as an alternative to university admission as it requires no JAMB nor post UTME. It is accepted in 80% of the Nigerian Universities.

Statistics has proven that annually, 20,000 applicants put in for the programme and over 15,000 candidates secure admission with it into 200Level (Direct Entry) to any preferred universities and courses of their choice as compared to JAMB which close to 1.6 million applicants sits for and 20% of them get admitted.

APPROVED: IJMB is approved by the Federal Government has a platform for securing admission into higher institution in the country and abroad.
IJMB is Guaranteed: Every year, more than 30,000 applicants put in for JUPEB programme in which not less than 70% of candidates secure admission into 200 level to their preferred institution and courses.

HOW IJMB WORKS


Interested IJMB candidates are expected to select any three (3) subjects that are related to their choice of study in the university.

Candidates would then be lectured on the three subjects for a period of 9months. After the 9months candidates would then sit for an exam and would be awarded points.
The points given are: A=5 points, B=4 points, C=3 points, D=2 points, E=1 point, F=0 point

CHANGE OF COURSE FORM

Candidate who failed jamb exam can actually do a change of form and apply for another  university that accept their jamb score. The jamb change of course form should be about #3000 to #4000. So you can apply for  a change of course form if you failed jamb.

Jamb course of form is easy to access if you are willing to follow the process or better you can apply for it via any cyber cafe centre near you. Exams of schools that accept jamb score below 200 is AAU. Here are the faculty and courses offered by aau.

START READING AGAIN

SEE ALSO : HOW TO STUDY MATHEMATICS.

Reading before the exam give you and advantage and you learn how to improve your memory as a student.

If you have failed jamb before, you might find this step useful. if you really don’t want to either do a change of course form or make use of the jamb or jupeb means, i advice you to start reading and at the same time learn a trade.

I really wouldn`t advice you to go and work for someone, it is better you learn and grow. Read as much as you can and if you really like book that much, start a tutorial class on jamb and i bet you will beat the next jamb exam.

But this time, read with past questions and ensure to read smart not hard, ensure not to make mistake in your choice course to avoid the top 5 major career excuse and lies student make.

Check out some of our past questions that can help here:GOVERNMENT PAST QUESTION / JAMB 2020/2021

JAMB SUSPECTED PAST QUESTION ON BIOLOGY

JAMB PAST QUESTION (ENGLISH): COMPREHENSION ONLY

SUSPECTED JAMB QUESTION -JAMB QUESTION AND ANSWER 2020

APPLY FOR SCHOOLS THAT REQUIRE ONLY SSCE RESULT

There are some university especially private university that you can rely on if you failed jamb.

I could remember after writing waec, a university sent me a text and ask me to apply for my choice course in their institution that i really don’t need jamb but my eyes was already focus on uniben.

So you can apply for one of these university if you failed jamb. If you keep yourself updated with the articles and news in this website  then before the utme exam commerce i guesss i would have posted a list of these schools.

Ensure to stay safe and don’t forget to read HOW TO PREVENT CORONAVIRUS AS A STUDENT.

If you find this write up interesting, let me know in the comment box below and if you have an challenge because you failed jamb or you need advice, hit me up on whatsapp and we can get to talk about it. Stay safe.

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