When applying for IJMB, you would be allowed to choose three courses/subjects that are related to what you want to study in the University of your Choice. The highest point for each course is five (5) points, which is denoted by A. That is all the three courses will have fifteen (15) points in total.
IJMB grade classification
A = 5 courses/subjects
B = 4 points
C = 3 points
D = 2 points
E = 1 points
F = 0 points
For you to be considered as being pass in IJMB exam you must score a minimum points of 5 points in total i,e EDE stands for (1+2+1) which is five (5) points.
Advantages of IJMB Over JAMB And Other Programmes
- IJMB result remains valid for 15 years meaning it can be used over and over again, unlike JAMB that expires after a year.
- Even with IJMB, you can still be attempting JAMB.
- With IJMB you will get admitted into 200 Level
- Candidates that participate in IJMB are fewer in numbers compared to JAMB
How to Apply for IJMB
Now, majority of Nigerian varsities conduct IJMB training programme every year. You can Join institutions like ABU, KWASU, FUTMINNA and etc.
IJMB is real. As explained above, only UNILAG don’t accept IJMB currently.
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