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      Hi everyone,

      I have always heard that Jamb’s Marking Scheme involves some negative marking that affects candidates who fail certain questions in the exam. In other words, it’s better to leave the answers to questions you aren’t sure of blank as getting the answer wrong will result in jamb subtracting marks from the ones you got correct.
      Please, how true is this? Can someone help clarify me on this as the exam is fast approaching?


      I’ve always wondered weda that is true for sometime now…
      Any info???


      Hello, There is no such thing as negative marking in JAMB UTME. You will be doing yourself no good by not providing answers to certain questions because of the alleged negative marking. Try your best to answer all questions within the given time. Goodluck



       Adeyemi Ola

      pls wen will jamb released d DE form?


      Dx saturday,datx wen d result wl b awt

       A wamba

      JAMB Admission Status
      Checking Portal For 2016
      Posted: 23-Aug-2016 [17:09:10] into Jamb by
      myschool paul for school | 6 Comments
      This is to
      inform all
      that they can
      now proceed
      to JAMB Portal to check their admission status.
      Below are the guidelines to check your
      admission status;
      -Visit the checking portal by clicking here
      -Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the
      space provided.
      -Click on your “Check admission status” to view
      your admission details.
      Candidates are to note that 2016 JAMB
      admission letter printing has not yet
      commenced. From indications it may commence
      anytime soon.
      Once it commences we will inform you and
      equally help you obtain yours. All you need to
      do is to place a request for it by clicking here
      once it becomes available.
      You can also use this medium to share your
      admission details (that is the course and the
      institution you have been admitted to study).
      Goodluck guys!

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