Does JAMB Repeat Past Questions? Does JAMB set new questions?
Will JAMB repeat UTME past questions? Does JAMB ask the same question twice?
Does JAMB ask the same questions over and over again on physics, civic education, commerce, computer studies, data processing, economics, English language, fine arts, French, further mathematics, biology, chemistry, and government?
I know you are worried about whether or not the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) will repeat past questions from the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
Well, you’re on the right page if you want to know if JAMB repeats UTME past questions. I will show you all the things you need to know.
Does JAMB Repeat Past Questions?
JAMB usually repeats 20% of the questions from the previous year’s UTME exam.
This means that JAMB will repeat past questions in 2022/2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
But it might interest you to know that JAMB will not copy and paste the past questions.
Some questions will be paraphrased by JAMB. It might not be the same sentence, but it will still mean the same thing.
One ADVANTAGE of a flexible constitution is that it
(A) can lead to dictatorship
(B) can easily be amended
(C) is best suited for a federation
(D) can be amended by a simple majority
In your exam, you may see the same question in another format;
One MERIT of a flexible constitution is that it
(A) can be amended by a simple majority
(B) is best suited for a federation
(C) can easily be manipulated
(D) can lead to dictatorship
That’s how JAMB repeats Past questions, don’t expect copy and paste questions. Read to Understand don’t cram past questions.
Most importantly, don’t forget to study your books and don’t just rely on JAMB past questions or you’ll get a very low score.
Use the JAMB syllabus and JAMB-recommended textbooks. Whenever you’re done reading, you can start practising past questions.
Will JAMB Repeat UTME Past Questions?
Twenty per cent (20%) of the past questions from the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will be asked again by JAMB.
Recommended for you