JAMB 2024: Nigerian Lady Solves Oral English Question for UTME Candidates

JAMB 2024: Nigerian Lady Solves Oral English Question for UTME Candidates

  • A Nigerian lady's video explanation of a JAMB oral English question went viral on TikTok, providing invaluable guidance to prospective candidates
  • With clarity and precision, she broke down the question, sharing expert tips and strategies for excelling in oral English exams
  • She identified the correct answer and explained why others were incorrect, empowering students with the knowledge and confidence to succeed

A Nigerian lady explained a JAMB oral English question for prospective candidates, which rapidly gained popularity on TikTok.

In the viral video, the young lady provided a comprehensive breakdown of how to approach oral English questions.

The Nigerian lady shared important tricks
The lady gave out the correct answer. Photo credit: @xandrasho
Source: TikTok

Ultimately, she identified the correct answer and articulately explained why the other options were incorrect, as shown by @xandrasho.

Jemilat Ishaq, a young graduate of English and Literature from the University of Oye Ekiti, shared the lesson she took from her UTME in 2016:

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“UTME exam made me realize preparation and constant practice is all that matters and it really helped me in the University.”

Watch the video below:

Nigerian girl helps UTME candidates

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian girl, @myeunicee, shared four physics questions she saw in the ongoing JAMB UTME exam, which will end on April 29.

@myeunicee, who had taken the exam, advised UTME candidates not to expect too many calculation questions.

@myeunicee advised UTME candidates to read their notes.

JAMB speaks on when UTME 2024 results

In another related story, Legit.ng reported that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) disclosed that the first batch of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) results will be out "any moment soon".

JAMB stated this on Saturday, April 20, on X (formerly Twitter) while responding to inquiries.

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JAMB highlights major challenge as 1.94 million candidates sat for 2024 UTME

The 2024 JAMB UTME exam started on Friday, April 19 and will end on Monday, April 29.

About 1,985,642 candidates registered for the examination, which is higher than the 1,595,779 candidates who registered for the 2023 edition.

What to do if you miss UTME

Also, Legit.ng reported that the JAMB addressed candidates who missed writing the ongoing 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Addressing a UTME candidate who said he missed my exam due to an accident on the road, JAMB said would be rescheduled if he made an official request through the ticketing platform and attached proofs of the alleged accident.

This was disclosed via its X handle (formerly known as Twitter) @JAMBHQ on Monday, April 22.

Source: Legit.ng

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