JAMB Result 2021: This page will discuss the 2021 JAMB UTME Result Checking Portal. This is for all candidates who have written their examination.
This is to inform all candidates who have participated in the 2021 JAMB Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) that the results have been released.
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How to Check JAMB Result 2021.
As of the time of updating this page, the only way you can check your Result is by checking online via the procedure below:
Check JAMB Result Online.
- Go to jamb eFacility portal via https://jamb.gov.ng/efacility.
- Locate and click on UTME 2021 Main Results Notification Slip (or just CLICK HERE)
- Enter JAMB registration Number (eg 10672675AB) or phone number in the space provided. Note that they’re asking for the phone you used to obtain your profile code
- Then click on check utme result to view your result result.
2020 JAMB Best Candidate, Agnes Maduafokwa reveals her Secrets to attaining highest UTME score.
The Assistant Head girl of Louisville Girls High School, Ijebu-Itele in Ogun State, Agnes Maduafokwa, who had the highest score, 365, in the recently released Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in this interview with IYABO LAWAL, speaks on the secrets to her scoring the highest mark.
Can you give an insight into your background and growing up?
I grew up in Lagos with my family, my four brothers and I. I am the only girl. I attended Greater Scholars International School, Ajah, for my primary education, from where I proceeded to Louisville Girls High School, Ijebu-Itele, where I am the Assistant Head Girl. I am 16 years old. My younger brother is in Lagos, but my three older siblings are abroad studying.
Tell us about your academic performance in school?
From primary school, I have always been standing out. I won several awards. I have always been doing well in Mathematics, Sciences and others. Then in my junior classes, because Louisville is very competitive, I was doing well, but not very well. I was getting one award each academic session, unlike my primary school performance.
When I got to senior secondary school, I decided that I would do better, and when we were asked to choose between Science, Arts and Social Science, I chose Social Science at first because I was confused at a point. Then we did pre-SS1, where we had a feel of all the classes, and then at that point, I still chose Social Science because I wanted to prove a point, that if you are smart, it does not mean that you must go to science classes.
It was one week into our choices when I was having a Financial Accounting class, I did not really understand what they were teaching. I was not feeling the passion like I have for Chemistry and Physics. After two days of classes, I decided to change to the science class because I did not enjoy the social sciences.
When I got to the science class, I found myself doing better because I liked what I was doing. Nobody was forcing me to do what I wanted and I decided that yes, this was the best place for me.
From SS1, I started doing better and I emerged third in the whole set. In SS1, I got awards on an academic day. When I got to SS2, I tied for the first place and when the tie-breaker was used, I became second. Now in SS3, in the first term, I was first but the grade point was tied. I sat for GCE and also did very well. I got two Bs and six As. We now had the UTME and found out that I was top in my school. I thought that was very good, then I heard the news last week that I was the first in Nigeria.
I am very pleased because I’ve been trying since junior school to stand out. I have been trying my best. When I got to the Senior Secondary School, I tried so much to excel. Now, I have really got to that position where I can say I have really made it.
When you heard the news that you were top in Nigeria, how did you feel?
When I saw my result as 365, I didn’t really believe it. I felt it was too good to be true. I was not sure at the point that it could be the…CONTINUE READING THE STORY HERE.
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