Welcome to our JAMB Government Past Questions page, and congratulations for taking a step to increase your odds of passing the Jamb examinations with a high score( if you think passing the JAMB with a high score or reasonable score is impossible or unreasonable then perhaps you should read our definitive guide on how to pass the JAMB once!).
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How To Use The Jamb Government Past Questions
Here are tips that will help you use this the Government past questions effectively without getting confused or overwhelmed:
Begin from past questions that date back to two years ago. You need not go all the way back from five years. Familiarise yourself with the recent questions and if there is time for the rest, you can always look into them too.
Avoid trying to combine past questions from other examination board with the Jamb past question. For example, don’t use WAEC past questions when studying for JAMB as they are two different exams. Ensure you stick only with the Government Jamb past questions.
Study and understand each question before answering. If you have enough time, you can check out the topic related to the question in your textbook to enable you to answer effectively.
Answer every question you come across in the past question. Avoid trying to skip them, and if it’s a challenging question, ask someone to put you through.
Practice the questions regularly and imagine yourself in an exam hall while practicing to help improve your speed and accuracy.