In Jamb race, two things are highly involved; It is either you gain admission or you lose admission . In as much as some jamb candidates will gain admission without much stress in 2021/2022 Jamb, others will not.
In this article, I will tell you top 7 reasons why candidate may fail to gain admission but score very high in Jamb.
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Most times, candidates blame Jamb and their school of choice for not offering them admission. They forget the fact that they have a role to play in their admission process.
7 Jamb Candidates That May Not Gain Admission In Jamb 2021/2022
They are ;
1. Those with high Jamb score:
Many persons who score high in Jamb have the belief that their admission is sure. However, this is not the case.
You could score very high and still fail to gain admission. No matter how high your Jamb score may be, there are many other persons who got higher scores. Also, your Jamb score may not even be high enough for your course.
E.g 280 Jamb score is not sufficient for Medicine (Unless you score extremely high in Post utme).
In 2017 admission, many persons who scored very high in Jamb failed to secure admission because they performed poorly in Post Utme. Irrespectively of your Jamb score, you still need to work hard so as to meet other Jamb and school requirements.
2. The Desperate Admission Seekers:
These persons are so desperate to gain admission with their low Jamb score that they fall into the hands of scammers and internet fraudsters.
Fraudsters are not to help you but to exploit you. Be careful whenever someone tells you to send money to him online for admission purposes. Do you still remember what happened to those who did fake Jamb registration? Many persons did fake Jamb registering in 2019. Be warned dear!
3. Those Who Believe That Connection Settles Everything:
“Admission in Nigeria is all about connection!”
This is the language of many admission seekers. They believe that with connection, they are good to go.
You can gain admission by connection, but connection fails most time. It has failed thousands of people. But with a little more effort and the University admission will fall on you.
4. Those Who Think They Know It All:
These Type of University aspirants never take instructions. They think that they know it all. No Matter how you paint it, information is power. Be ready to learn and get all necessary updates as regards admission.
5. Those Who Think Their Jamb Score Is Low and feels that there is no hope:
So many persons who scored 170 or less in Jamb conclude that Jamb will not give them admission.
You can actually gain admission with a Jamb score 170 or less. The only thing you need is the “how to factor”. With low Jamb score, you could simply change your institution and course of choice to a less competitive ones but if you insist on not changing it, you may end up not gaining admission so the choice is 100 percent yours.
6. Those With Low Jamb Score:
Jamb Score of 100 may not be enough to secure admission into any top University or Polytechnic in Nigeria. Anyways, that’s not the end of life. Another program that guarantees your admission directly into 200 level is the Jupeb program. It is expensive but worth it.
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7. Those Who Listen To Everything:
These set of aspirants do not have a word of their own. All they say is, “I heard that…. “.
They do not bother to hear and learn what works so long admission is concerned. Always strive to get first hand information about Jamb so that you can be at the right position. Information is Power!
Note: Jamb candidate who wish to gain admission in any institution for his or her prefer course need to follow the right instructions and do the needful.
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