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Can a high school graduate apply for Jamb Direct Entry 2020? »Flash Learner : Nigerian Education

Can someone who has just graduated from secondary school apply for Jamb Direct Entry 2020? That was the question I got a few hours ago. The answer is simple: a new high school graduate cannot register for Jamb Direct 2020. He may only take Jamb UTME.

Jamb Direct Entry is for candidates who want to get direct admission two hundred levels (200 levels) in a Nigerian federal, state or private university. Don’t just wish, but those who have what it takes to wish the wish, Would you like to know what it takes? The next paragraph, please …

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In order to apply for direct entry to Jamb, you would have gone through school and acquired Certificates like the Ordinary Nationa Diploma OND from a polytechnic, NCE from a college of education, JUPEB CERTIFICATE from Jupeb centers and universities that offer the Jupeb program, IJMB and the equivalent. You do not need all the certificates mentioned. only one is enough.

You may be wondering whether I should register as a high school graduate Jamb UTME or Jamb Direct Entry? It is Jamb UTME that you are registering for.

Your Waec or Neco result only entitles you to take Jamb UTME. Jamb UTME is intended for inclusion in the hundred level (year 1). In addition to purchasing the Jamb utme form, you must take the Computer Aided Exam (JAMB CBT).

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