UTME 2024: Jubilation in Kwara State As 30 Catholic School Students Score Above 300, Results Trends

UTME 2024: Jubilation in Kwara State As 30 Catholic School Students Score Above 300, Results Trends

  • Some students in Kwara state have gladdened the hearts of many with their impressive performance in this year's JAMB
  • Ten students of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Model College based in Ilorin, Kwara state capital, wowed many as they scored over 300 in the just concluded UTME exam
  • Their results which surfaced on social media have generated reactions online as many descried the feat as "notable"

Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.

The Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Model College, an Ilorin-based Catholic secondary school, has announced its top-performing students in the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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Two out of the 30 students from the Kwara-based Catholic Secondary School score scored above 350 in the 2024 UTME exams. Their results wowed many online. Photo credit: @FriarjudeO, Jamb Official
Source: Twitter

As reported by The Punch, 30 students from the school scored between 300 and 355, out of a total of over 8,000 students who achieved this feat nationwide.

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This is according to the results posted by Reverend Father Jude Okeh on his X page on Friday, May 3.

According to the Reverend Father, two students scored 355. He added that, “There is a lot more.”

Breakdown of the students results

Students of the school who scored 355 and below

According to the list, Fasesin Ayomiposi and Kunle-Olawepo Ayomikun, emerged as the highest scorers with 355 points.

Other top performers who scored below 350 points include Adelodun Oluwadarasimi and Ayejuto Daniel with 341 points, and Idris Jamaaldeen with 333 points.

  1. Fasesin Ayomiposi, 355
  2. Kunle-Olawepo Ayomikun, 355
  3. Adelodun Oluwadarasimi, 341
  4. Ayejuto Daniel, 341
  5. Idris Jamaaldeen, 333

Students who scored below 330 points

Others are:

  1. Adeoye James, 330;
  2. Ademola Ayomide, 330;
  3. Sunday Eniola, 329;
  4. Fawibe Iyanuoluwa, 328;
  5. Azor Richard, 327;
  6. Bambe Daniel, 327;
  7. Ezeala Excel, 326;
  8. Oyawoye Henry, 323;
  9. Oyewopo Mercy, 323.

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Others are:

  1. Ebiegberi Joseph, 319;
  2. Adetola Omotoke, 319;
  3. Adigun Oluwaferanmi, 317;
  4. Atibioke Omolade, 317;
  5. Osunbande Adegoke, 315;
  6. Aliyu Muhizat, 314;
  7. Daramola Tunmise, 314;
  8. Ogunkeyede Wereniseoluwa, 313;
  9. Abolarin John, 312;
  10. Jenyo Bernard, 312;
  11. Folorunsho Stephen, 311;
  12. Enoch Oluwole, 311;
  13. Elegbede Oluwarotimi, 305;
  14. Bamidele Daniel, 300;
  15. Olaitan-Rafiu Damisola, 300 and
  16. Onah Francis with 300 points.

Nigerians react to the results

The UTME results of the students got many talking on X as many described this achievement as notable, especially considering the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)’s recent announcement that 1,402,490 candidates out of 1,842,464 failed to score 200 out of 400 marks.

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Legit.ng reported earlier that JAMB had alerted the public to be cautious about some social media results that have gone viral.

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The board said the 2024 UTME results are unavailable on the candidates' portal yet, so any result on a printed slip is fake and forged.

This development contrasts with last year when candidates could check their scores on the Jamb official website.

Source: Legit.ng

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Esther Odili (Politics and Current Affairs Editor) Esther Odili is a journalist and a Politics/Current Affairs Editor at Legit.ng with 6+ years of experience. Before joining Legit.ng, Esther has worked with other reputable media houses, such as the New Telegraph newspaper and Galaxy Television. She Holds OND and HND in Mass Communication from NIJ, where she was recognized as the best student in print journalism in 2018. Email: esther.odili@corp.legit.ng.

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