“I can’t cover it anymore”: Man sees his brother’s JAMB result, posts it online

  • A Nigerian man said his younger brother did so well in the JAMB examination, prompting him to share the results online
  • The result shows that the boy scored high in all subjects he registered for in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
  • He scored 69 in English language, 86 in mathematics, 83 in physics, and 83 marks in chemistry, bringing his total to 321

A student who did well in the 2024 UTME was praised after his JAMB exam result was shared online.

The boy scored high marks, and his JAMB exam results have thrown his family into a frenzy of celebrations.

Ololade Adebayo who scored 321 in JAMB exam.Ololade did very well in the JAMB exams. Photo credit: X/Femi Adebayo and JAMB.Source: UGC

His brother, Femi Adebayo, shared the UTME result online, noting that the results was so good that he could not continue to cover it.

The result shared by Femi shows that his brother, Ololade Adebayo, is a science student.

He registered for use of English, mathematics, physics and chemistry, and he scored high marks in all of them.

Ololade scored 69 in English language, 86 in mathematics, 83 in physics, and 83 marks in chemistry, bringing his aggregate mark to 321.

His brother wrote:

“Good evening, everyone. I am Oluwafemi Adebayo. My brother is Ololade Adebayo. Here is his JAMB result. It is so good that I can’t cover it again. Somebody celebrate with me.”

Despite the reported low performance of some candidates who scored below 200, many posted impressive performances in the 2024 JAMB exam.

See the post below:

Student shares JAMB exam scores after checking online

In a related story, Fox Nigeria reported that an art student checked her JAMB UTME results online using the simple SMS method, and the result was sent to her phone.

The student, Sam-Edudje Oghenefejiro, shared her result on Facebook, indicating she scored 279 in the 2024 JAMB.

Oghenefejiro scored 65 marks in UTME use of English, 86 in government, 66 in literature and 62 marks in Christian Religious Knowledge.

Many students have seen their results and are taking to social media to share it for people to see.

While some sharing their results did exceedingly well, others wonder if they would gain admission with the marks the obtained in the crucial examination.

Source: Fox Nigeria

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