JAMB 2024: Student Who Took Two Tests Before Sitting For UTME Where He Scores 339 Shares His Method

JAMB 2024: Student Who Took Two Tests Before Sitting For UTME Where He Scores 339 Shares His Method

  • Kunle Ajayi, a young student who achieved an impressive score of 339 in the recently concluded UTME 2024, shared his preparation journey
  • He revealed his success was due to dedicated study sessions at the library and participating in two preparatory tests before the main examination
  • Despite feeling dissatisfied with his performance in these practice tests, he ultimately surpassed his expectations and achieved a remarkable aggregate score of 339 on the final exam

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Kunle Ajayi, a young student, scored an impressive 339 in the recently concluded UTME 2024 and shared his study methods.

He explained that he spent a lot of time studying hard in the library and took two practice tests before the main exam.

Young man shares secret of exceptional UTME result
Young man speaks on his awesome UTME result. Photo credit: @advanced.breed.sch
Source: TikTok

Although he felt unhappy with his scores in those practice tests, he ended up exceeding all expectations in the actual exam, achieving an outstanding aggregate score of 339, as shown by @advanced.breed.sch.

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Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

Henrietta said:

“Best school in Sagamu.”

Miraclechristopher2 wrote:

“Which state?”

Advanced Breed Schools commented:

“Ogun state.”

Dynamic Speaks:

“Sounds great.”

Prince Adewale:




Fx ö9li:

“Come uni you go know say no be matter of jamb.”

Advanced Breed Schools:

“While we understand that, success in all ramifications is what we hope for all our students as well as alumni's however we appreciate optimism rather than pessimism.”


“An SS3 student? Anyways congrats the result is what matters.”

Adebayo Gideon:

“Gain admission first.”

Brilliant village boy clears UTME

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that The CEO of Educare, Alex Onyia, has shared the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result of a boy who joined his JAMB preparatory program in the village.

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While sharing the result on X, an excited Alex gave an interesting background about the boy named Aneke Kosisochukwu Kasiemobi.

According to Alex, Kosisochukwu dropped out of school two years ago and did not want to take the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exam because he lacked the money for it.

In a recent development, Legit.ng also reported that a resident of Buwaya Chikun LGA, Kaduna state, Destiny Dauda Fadason, has made his people proud by scoring high in the UTME.

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