Here is collection of JAMB past examination questions to assist you with your studies for the Examination for all candidates.
If you are in your last stage of Secondary School Education (May/June) or not in the School system, the importance of using Past questions in preparing for your JAMB, cannot be over emphasized. By using past exam papers as part of your preparation, you can find out what you already know. By the same token you also find out what you do not know well enough or don’t know at all.
Why you need Jamb Past Questions and Answers PDF
There are some topics that JAMB will tend to prefer more than others for thoroughly testing candidates. Even though, the JAMB syllabus for instance, contains all the topics of interest, there will still be those topics that are high on the list with questions. By paying more attention to the popular topics, you will set yourself steps ahead in your preparation.
It is known that in JAMB CBT exam, they more likely randomly select their questions from a database of past questions but select them differently in such a way that two candidates sitting next to each other are guaranteed of seeing different questions.
How is Jamb Past Questions Pattern?
We have made it simple for you. we bring all the questions which is usually in objective format since it is now in CBT. We have put them together but we indicate the specific years for every question and the correct answers in order to save your time. All you need to do is to devote quality time to study the Past Questions.
Sample of Jamb Past Questions and Answers
1. If M represents the median and D the mode of the
measurements 5, 9, 3, 5, 8 then (M,D) is
A. (6,5) B. (5,8) C. (5,7)
D. (5,5) E. (7,5)
2. A construction company is owned by two partners X
and Yand it is agreed that their profit will be divided in
the ratio 4:5. at the end of the year. Y received #5,000
more than x. what is the total profit of the company for
A. #20,000.00 B. P’0#25,000.00 C. #30,000.00
D. #15,000.003 E.#45,000.00
3. Given a regular hexagon, calculate each interior angle
of the hexagon.
A. 600 B. 300 C. 1200
D. 450 E. 1350
(ii) heterolytic fission.
(d) State the indicator(s) which could be used to determine the end-point of the following titrations:
(i) dilute hydrochloric acid against sodium hydroxide solution;
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