If you are seeking admission into 200 Level this year without JAMB or POST-UTME, we sincerely congratulate you because IJMB is designed to cater to your admission needs.
If you are tired and exhausted from failing JAMB or not securing admission with JAMB and Post UTME. The IJMB programme is your best bet. IJMB has open doors for thousands of students both in the present and past and if you also want to be part of this great testimony, it’s time for you to register for IJMB.
About IJMB: What is IJMB?
IJMB simply stands for Interim Joint Matriculation Board, established in 1975.
It is an Approved, Proven, and Certified Advanced level programme moderated by Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) and NUC and has a coordinating body in various tertiary institutions and different study centres nationwide.
It is designed to cater to admission seekers and to provide admission for students into the 200 Level in any Nigerian university without JAMB.
The programme at the initial stage was designed to provide an opportunity for candidates who cannot gain admission to regular degree programmes in Northern Universities due to different reasons.
The entry qualification into the programme is purely Ordinary Level result (O’level) also, candidates awaiting result can also apply.
IJMB programme has been in existence for many years now and there are so many prominent Nigerians who have secured Admission through IJMB. IJMB is not an alternative to JAMB but a better option than JAMB.
IJMB is Approved:
By the Federal Government and it has a platform for securing admission into higher institution in the country and abroad via direct entry admission.
IJMB is Guaranteed:
Yearly, about 20,000 applicants put in for the programme in which more than 70% fraction successfully secure admission with it into 200 level to their preferred institution & course.
IJMB is Certified:
It is certified by the Nigeria University Commission (NUC) and has an Advanced level examination that qualifies students into 200 level via Direct Entry.
How is IJMB different from JAMB?
The difference is clear and we will list a few out of the numerous advantages.
IJMB gives candidates admission into the 200 level.
IJMB candidates do not need to register for JAMB.
IJMB result is valid for 7 years.
Admission into university with IJMB is much easier.
How does IJMB work?
Prospective candidates are required to select any THREE (3) A/L IJMB Subject Combination identified with their preferred course of study in the university be it Science, Art, or Social Science Course.
Candidates would then be lectured for the stipulated period at their respective Study Centre and thereafter sit for the final examination.
On completion of the programme, successful candidates accordingly utilize their IJMB certificate to secure admission into 200level in any Nigerian tertiary institution via Direct Entry.
Candidates who enroll for IJMB will undergo lectures from now till December and the final exam will be conducted by January. After the exam, candidates will be issued their IJMB results and the result will be used to process admission into 200 level in your desired university.
The authenticity of the Programme
IJMB certificate is presently recognized and accepted in more than 80% of Nigeria’s federal, state, and private Universities. Thus, prospective candidates can check (item 2.2) of JAMB BROCHURE to confirm its authenticity.
Will I Gain Admission with this IJMB PROGRAMME?
IJMB is the surest way to say goodbye to JAMB and gain admission into your desired university in Nigeria.
The programme runs for a maximum period of one academic session (9-10 months) divided into two (2) semesters. Academic activities in all our centres begin every March and end in January. The examination is conducted every February.
The programme is open to all interested candidates nationwide and any course can be offered be it Science, Art or Social Science.
How to Apply for IJMB
How much is the registration form?
The IJMB Registration Form is sold at the rate of ₦5000 only. You can obtain your form today at the rate of ₦5000.
How do I pay for IJMB Form if I want to register?
It’s simple and easy and all you need to do is to pay ₦5000 to the account below:
Account Name: Idowu Oluwayemi Account number: 3050308918 Bank: Polaris Bank
After payment, send your depositor’s name, phone number, and email to 08032773749 and the application/registration form will be sent to you within 10 minutes.
After payment, you can visit the registration page via the link below:
Our Staff will also call you immediately to guide you on your registration and you can also reach us directly on 08032773749.
We have a different method of registration which is design to make the registration simple and easy for you. Feel free to talk to us to start your registration today.
IJMB requirements and primary entry qualification is your ordinary level result. Before anyone can apply for IJMB, such must have completed his/her secondary school education.
However, candidates awaiting ordinary-level results can also apply for the IJMB programme. Candidates who are rounding up secondary school can also apply for the programme.
Who can attend the Programme?
The programme can be attended by any interested and qualified candidates. By qualification, candidates must meet-up the basic requirements as stated Below.
The basic requirements for IJMB admission are stated below:
O’Level Result (Max of 2 sittings)
Four (8) Passport Photographs
Certificate of State of origin (Optional)
No JAMB/PUTME score is needed for Admission
Awaiting Result Candidate too can Apply
Automatic Admission without Screening
A non-refundable form fee of ₦5,000
(bank deposit,which includes Registration & logistics) is to be paid
How to Make Use of Your IJMB Result
To use your IJMB result to gain admission into 200 Level, you need to visit the JAMB website or their nearest office to obtain the D.E form (Direct Entry), fill them in correlation with your IJMB result, by then you have the opportunity to choose a first and second choice university.
IJMB result does not expire, thus candidate can use their result anytime needed.
We have a special and updated syllabus designed to cater to and meet student need to ensure 100% success. In the last few years, we have recorded tremendous success and this has placed us at the top when it comes to success in the IJMB exam.
IJMB Academic Calendar
The academic calendar starts by November every year and it ends by April for the registration of the following year. By March, while the registration is still going on, the lectures for the session will start, which is usually within the mid of March and early April.
The lectures will run through to December from that March/ April. For January the revision for the session will start. The examination can start from late January or early February, and the examination lasts for three weeks. By late April the same year, the result will be released.
Are you interested in the IJMB Programme?
For enquiries and more details on how to register, call or WhatsApp: 08032773749.
Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) is the examination body that conducts IJMB Examinations (IJMBE) at both Ordinary and Advanced Levels.
The Ordinary Level examination is meant to remedy deficiencies in English Language and Mathematics at the same level in the WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, or Cambridge (CIE) results. The Advanced Level examination is equivalent to GCE Advanced Level, Cambridge A’Level and Higher School Certificate, HSC.
Students sit for three(3) Advanced Level subjects and on successful completion, proceed to the 2nd year of undergraduate programs in various universities in the country. The results can also be used to seek admissions to universities abroad.
IJMB examination is conducted once a year. Those eligible to sit for the IJMB examination are holders of the following qualifications or their equivalents:
The Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSCE) i.e. (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB)
The General Certificate Examination (GCE) i.e. (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB)
NOTE: IJMB programme is open to all interested candidates nationwide.
IJMB consists of three subjects which are further divided into two or three papers as the subject may be. Prospective candidates are advised to seek the advice of their teachers, IJMB coordinator, and guidance or career counsellor in their choice of elective subjects for the IJMB.
THE PRE-MOCK AND MOCK EXAMINATIONS
At the end of the first semester comes the pre-mock examination to test students in their chosen subjects and to further prepare them for the mock examination.
The mock examination is conducted at the end of the second-semester lecture to further test students in their respective subject areas and to prepare them for the final IJMB exams.
The pre mock and mock examinations together with class attendance form student’s continuous assessment (CA) as may be required by the IJMB Board.
IJMB examinations are conducted and supervised by the ABU IJMB Board every February. All dully registered candidates are eligible to sit for the three weeks exam. Thereafter, results are released by the ABU IJMB Board two months after the final exams.
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION THROUGH DIRECT ENTRY
After the IJMB examinations, successful candidates who have written the exams and have received their results shall go ahead to obtain a university JAMB Direct Entry Form from any JAMB offices or agents nationwide to apply to university and for the course of their choice.
In applying for Direct Entry admission into any university candidates must take the following into consideration:
A. University Catchment Areas – Every public University in Nigeria have their catchment areas. Those whose states fall within the Catchment Areas have greater chances of gaining admissions. Students should consult JAMB Direct Entry brochure for a list of universities and their catchment areas.
B. Choice of Course – Before making a choice of university, candidates must check to ensure that the institution of their choice offers the course in which they are applying for admissions.
C. Grade point – Candidates must also confirm the acceptable grade points for the course they are applying for in order to determine whether they are qualified. It should be noted that acceptable grade points differ across universities, faculties, and departments. Again, candidates with high-grade pints have a greater chance of gaining admissions.
D. Post Direct Entry Form (DE) Examinations – Applicants should also confirm if the institution of his/her choice does post Directs
Entry Examinations or not. This is because admission policies and requirements vary across institutions. If any of the institutions of the candidate’s choices does post Directs Entry Examinations he/she should confirm the Date, Time, Venue, and general examination requirements.
E. Post IJMB Counseling Services – Free counseling services are available for deserving IJMB students on the steps to take in applying for admissions through Directs Entry with IJMB Certificates/results.
Scores, Grades, Points, And Result
70% – 100%
60% – 69%
50% – 59%
45% – 49%
40% – 44%
39% and Below
For a student that registers for (3) Subjects with grade such as Physics
(C), The total number of points scored is calculated as follows:
A bonus point is awarded to the point scored by every candidate provided he or she did not score (F) in any of the subject entered for.
Though many universities have stipulated a minimum of passes (i.e. grades E) in two(2) subjects among the three(3) subjects on offer, you will realize that general performance in the examination rather suggests these universities admit students with higher grades.
Hence, it is of utmost importance that students concentrate their efforts to secure sufficient scores for better.
O’ Level Subjects
40 – 69
35 – 39
0 – 34
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