Brilliant Boy with Sharp Brain Scores 300 in JAMB, 1 A and 5 Bs in WAEC, Excellent Results Attract Attention
- An intelligent Nigerian boy named Ehimen Felix has smashed his Joint Admission and Matriculations Board exams with a score of 300
- Felix did not stop there as he has also posted impressive results in his West African School Certificate Examinations where he got 1 A and 5 Bs
- Felix who is from Esan West LGA, Edo state, but lives in Lagos is seeking to study Computer Science at the University of Lagos
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A smart Nigerian kid named Ehimen Felix has performed excellently well in his JAMB-UTME examination after posting an aggregate score of 300.
A breakdown of the scores shows that Felix scored 91 in Mathematics, 72 in Physics, 70 in Chemistry and 67 in English Language.
He aced his WAEC too
Felix did not only smash his JAMB but also did excellently well in his WAEC, posting a nice performance that has wowed many.
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According to reports by Sahara Reporters, the smart boy posted A1 in Further Mathematics; B3 in five other subjects and two credits.
Felix, a student of the Barachel Model College, Agbado, Oke-Aro, Lagos is from Edo state and aims to study Computer Science at the University of Lagos. He is from Esan West local government area, Edo state.
Nigerian mum competes with son in JAMB-UTME examination
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian mum and her son competed with each other in JAMB examination.
The boy floored the woman, scoring 243 as against his mum who posted 230 in aggregates.
When the story broke, it quickly went viral and attracted huge attention on the internet as many appreciated the mum for going into the contest.
Kano Keke rider writes JAMB, scores 150
Also, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian Keke rider wrote JAMB and scored 150 in aggregates. The man named Hakeem said he is ready to go to the Kano State Polytechnic.
According to him, he is going to school to study Office Technology and Management.
He however said he will not stop his Keke business, saying he will continue to ride and pay his school fees.