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Why You Need To Practice JAMB Past Questions Before The Exam

Most times candidates do ask me this “Does JAMB repeat questions?” I did my personal research. On my findings, I discovered a shocking truth. 100% Yes, they do. JAMB repeats up to 60% of Past Questions in Exams.

It’s not their fault that they do repeat past questions. The fact is that there are no new questions to ask.

The JAMB syllabus is almost the same for the past many years. So, all they do is to keep recycling questions every year. They may decide to ask the questions in different formats, but really, the questions are the same as the ones they have been asking in previous years.

So get as many past questions as possible. When you practice make sure you confirm your answers from reputable textbooks and not ‘Hungry authors’ with wuruwuru answers. Familiarity with JAMB past questions will help you discover the areas where questions usually come from & you can quickly pick on your areas of strength first.

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See Evidence As To Why You Need To Practice JAMB past questions

1. The word “EVASIVE answers” repeated itself in 1985 and 1997 JAMB.

31. Many untrustworthy students give evasive answers to questions which they fully understand. (1985)
A. direct
B. outspoken
C. simple
D. truthful
E. clever.

65. The lawyer gave evasive answers to all the questions. (1997)
A. unintelligent
B. ineffective
C. unreliable
D. equivocal

2. The word “FLEXIBLE” was repeated in 1986 and 2012 JAMB.

26. Mr. Jack was most flexible in his
instructions (1986)
A. rigid
B correct
C. stiff
D. upright

38. The principal was advised to be flexible on critical issues. (2012)
A. livid
B. cautious
C. evasive
D. rigid

3. The idiom “HEART IN HIS MOUTH” was repeated in 1978 and 2006 JAMB.

28. He spoke with his heart in his mouth (1978)
A. courageously
B. with such unusual cowardice
C. with a lot of confusion in his speech
D. without being able to make up his mind
E. with fright and agitation.

36. He has no reason to have his heart in his mouth. (2006).
A. be afraid
B. feel guilty
C. be confident
D. think negatively

4. The word “SUMPTUOUS” was repeated in 2001, 2005 and 2012 JAMB.

30. The village girl wore sumptuous clothes (2001)
A faded-looking
B. ideas
C. expensive
D. loose-fitting

69. Some people consider the leather upholstery and thick rugs a bit sumptuous. (2005)
A. simple
B. lavish
C. expensive
D. desirable

55 . Isa and Illu ate sumptuous meals on their
brother’s wedding day. (2012)
A. foreign
B. cheap
C. insipid
D. expensive

That’s it. In as much as no one can tell exactly what year (s) of the past questions  JAMB will pick Questions from this year, the fact remains that practicing  JAMB Past Questions is a sure way to prepare and do well in JAMB exam.

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24 comments

  1. FAITH -JAIYESIMI

    Very educating,i really appreciate.

  2. I really love this app like seriously serious….. More grease to your elbow

  3. Obviously there will be different questions for different batch or date of exam….Which one would be use as past question the next year.. Is it the first set of jamb question.

  4. Nice one

  5. Kudos to admin of this site n app,
    More knowledge

  6. Masha’Allah that’s why I love this app they are always trying their best in seeing jambites makes it’s once

  7. Wow I love this, thanks very much

  8. Its obvious that the repeat questions …
    To make it exciting ‘my school’ just forecast JAMB 2020😏

  9. Wow I love this…. Thanks very much 🤝

  10. When will jamb reprinting comence

  11. Thank you for this
    But we need to know more about this 2018 jamb of a thing

  12. real in format thanks am interested

  13. Saint-Austine Adagbe

    Highly informative and educative. Kudos

  14. Ekene Godwin Enuesoke

    I like it, in that I want to be a member

  15. I love this thanks so much

  16. OBADEYI OLABAMIJI SAMUEL

    This is interesting and very educating

  17. really interested

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