What to do if Jamb/Post utme Fails You

Since the UTME examinations began, the spotlights has always been on those that passed, while everyone has kept mute on those who didn’t reach the cutoff mark. Well, I have come with probable solutions to their plight as unknown to them and others, there are very credible alternatives. I am here today to let anyone who fails jamb in on some best alternatives that are available to them.

Here I am talking of the best route to follow so that in the next one year or thereabout, there will not be differences between those who use the 2018 jamb to gain admission and others who failed the exam. For the sake of assumptions, I want to believe that those who failed, didn’t prepare very well for the exam, or the technical hitch which is absolutely the jamb fault caused the failure.

Did you fail JAMB? do you feel the zeal catch up with your mates who passed the exam (if they get admitted)? Then this is for you, as you have a perfect alternative to make everything and everyone even. Stay with me. This is a step you have to take to be on the same level with your equals.

Best Alternative To Those Who Failed JAMB 2018.

1. Cambridge A Level.

Cambridge A level is one of the best alternative for you to give a trial. So, if you really want to stay on the same level s your mates, Cambridge A Level is one of your arrest aving grace. Not to also mention that it is accepted by ALL universities in Nigeria. When you pass Cambridge by next year you don’t have to write jamb again before you gain admission into your university of choice and this time, into 200 level.
Average cost: On an average, the program costs N400,000. This includes hostel, accommodation and examination fees will covered.

To register, visit www.cepednigeria.com.ng

2. Jupeb.

Jupeb was established by some universities around 2012. Major universities in Nigeria accept the result into 200 level. Also both advanced Studies centres and some universities run the programme. The programme is about nine months before the examination that takes place around June annually.
Cost: Average cost of JUPEB is #270,000

visit www.cepednigeria.com.ng

3. IJMB.

Though popular, we’d still break it down. IJMB is somewhat similar to the Jupeb program. Just that in this case, the programme is being supervised by ABU. It would be important to make it clear that all private, state and federal universities accept ijmb. Popular universities like Unilorin, Unical, UniBen accept the result, and guess what, it’s straight to200 level. Just like Jupeb, you can study any course with IJMB. Average cost: of ijmb is around 120-180k and payments can be made on installment.
More information about ijmb can be found about ijmb at different websites, but you can find more information and register at www.myijmb.com owned and managed by the Nigeria Center for Advanced studies.

4. Nabteb A level:

The last option we have for you is Nabteb A level, it is an advanced form of NABTEB. It is just like other options only that just few universities accept this advanced form of NABTEB . Just so you know, credible varsities like UniBen, Unilorin, other and some other universities accept the result.
Average cost: of NABTEB is #120,000
For Education students who scored above 120, You may consider applying for BOWEN Degree in education programme that qualifies candidates for 200L admissions.


5. KWASU Degree Programme:  The Kwasu Degree programme is a programme organised and moderated by the popular kwara state university, the programmes runs for a period of 12 month (two semester) and qualifies candidates for 200L admission.

The Application form is #10, 000 and tuition fees for the programme is around #200,000

To register for the following programmes, visit

www.cepednigeria.com.ng or call/whatsapp 08111101104, 08126388333

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