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How To Score 300+ In JAMB

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HOW TO SCORE 300+ IN JAMB — What are the advantages of scoring 300+ in the 2020 UTME?. You think it is not easy?, it is quite easy!

If you score 300+, it will give you upper hand over those that are with low JAMB score and it could land you your dream course.

Now, let’s dive into business, how can you score 300+ in 2020 UTME?, applying this simple hints will make it possible with no stress

Here is how to score 300+ in JAMB

1. Slap Use Of English on the face

Yes, you heard me right, the easiest subject to pass in JAMB is Use Of English because it is simple and it is also the best subject to fail, because it is very tricky, some students believe that English is really simple and easy to pass

Since I can speak correct English, I shouldn’t have any problem with English na, I don’t have to read it at all sef

Please and please, if you have this mentality, drop it! What I learnt from my senior reporter at Team Plato Reports, Taiwo Olalere Premier is that;

The correctness of a sentence can never be determined from the way it sounds while pronouncing it, most of the correct English are absurd to hearing

Let’s take a look at this question
I want to _______ my hair (a) barb (b) cut (c) barber (d) barbing

If a question like this is presented to us, definitely our answer will be option A, barb, yes na! It sounds okay to us, I want to barb my hair

If someone choose barber, you will laugh at the person because it sounds absurd to tell a barber that you want to barber your hair, lol.

BARBER is actually the correct answer, you can check your dictionary.

You may speak English very well, but that doesn’t make you a good English students, drop the I too know and get one of Dele Ashade books (invisible teacher, A-Z in English, A1 in English etc), study it carefully and I promise you that you will definitely score 85+ in JAMB Use Of English.

2. Know your weak point

Are you weak in one subject?, please just try and know the topics/subjects you’re weak in, talk to someone that know it more than you and let the person guide you, remember nobody is an encyclopedia of knowledge, so always be humble to learn and never be shy too.

3. Know your strong point and exploit it

My best subject then was mathematics, so I know mathematics to be my strong point, I read all I could in mathematics and answered all questions neatly in the Exam, I was expecting 100 but scored 85 instead. Well that is still manageable, the point is, know what you are good at, let your best subject boost your score.

Assuming you scored 85 in Use Of English and now 85 in biology (your best subject) then you are having 170 already, you can easily score 130+ in the remaining two subjects, know your strong point and exploit it please, boost your score with your best subject.

4. Shun procrastination

Read hard and pray hard, never postpone what should be done today till tomorrow, remember that proper preparation prevents poor performances, your admission is in your hand, either you pass or fail is your choice, and spending extra year at home depends on the choice you make, I wish you the best.

If you will like to get rid of procrastination, check this article out

Another issue you might face is phone addictions, if you can’t study for 30minutes without the urge to press your phone, please read this article

There are some certain Android applications that will assist you to study better and have excellent grade too, check them here

How about reading and forgetting whatever you read? Check my solutions to that here

If you still don’t understand naming of organic compounds, then this is for you 

Are you offering Physics, Chemistry and Biology in UTME? There is a tutorial for you here plus daily mock Examinations (very standard) and also close mentoring and monitoring, if you can follow our instructions, 300+ is certain, click here to join the class

I wish you the best in your exam.

 

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Azeez W. Abidemi, popularly known as Philomath (The Writing Mathematician) is an Entrepreneur, Prolific Writer, Blogger, Presenter on YCSHub Blog-show, Graphics Designer, Web Developer, Educational Consultant, App Developer, Tutor, Motivator & Mathematician, he's a passionate Nigerian who is interested in helping people with different kind of writeups.

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