- A software developer has revealed the secret behind students scoring higher marks in JAMB
- He said his software allows candidates to be familiar with possible JAMB questions
- He also remarked that he is willing to use technology exposure to help solve the problems of education in Nigeria
A software developer, Oluwakoyejo Oluwatosin, has given an insight into why many JAMB candidates allegedly scored above 300 marks during the last 2018 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation and Board examinations (JAMB).
Oluwatosin, who is the maker of Success Tab, Universal Test Engine and the Success Box, disclosed this during an interactive session with Vanguard.
When asked on how his Success Box helped two candidates score above 300 during the 2018 JAMB exams, he said: "We attribute all our successes to the almighty God, the giver of all the wisdom we exhibit. However, when you properly understand patterns, you will gain wisdom and insight. When students practice often, such students understand patterns.
When a student understands patterns, he will have the mastery. When he has in-depth knowledge, he goes on to excel."
While also revealing his plan for the education of the country, the tech enthusiast said: "We want to enhance the education sector. We are positioning students and the educational system to be aware and empowered. Our goal is that in the next five years, everybody using our products will be very successful; I see one hundred percent success rate in the likes of Joshua Adigun and Ibrahim who scored 343 in their JAMB using our Successbox."
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that not less than 414,696 candidates out of the 1,603,181, who sat for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, scored above 200.
This was disclosed on Tuesday, June 26, by the registrar of JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyede. Oloyede, who said this during the policy meeting held at the newly inaugurated Bola Babalakin Auditorium in Gbogan, Osun state, said the figure translated to 25.09%
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