The JUPEB Examinations consist of two papers for candidates in the Sciences, French, Music, and Visual Arts while candidates in the arts and humanities, management, and social sciences take only one paper.
For all candidates, paper 1 has two sections; section A with 50 multiple choice items and section B containing eight (8) Essay Items. For those with two papers, paper 11 is a practical skills Examination in the relevant subjects.
SUBJECTS WITH PRACTICAL PAPERS
A candidate for each of these subjects takes papers I and II.
- Agricultural science
- Visual arts
SUBJECTS WITHOUT PRACTICAL PAPERS
A candidate in each of these subjects takes only one paper.
- Christian religious studies
- Islamic religious studies
- Literature –in –English
- Business studies
DISTRIBUTION OF SCORES AND WEIGHTINGS
|SUBJECTS||PAPERS||TYPE OF PAPER||MARKS||WEIGHTING|
|Subjects with practicals|
Subjects without practicals
|Continuous Assessment (for all subjects)||15%|
About JUPEB Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB)
The Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) is a national examinations body approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria in December 2013. It was formally established in April 2014 by a consortium of ten (10) partnering universities led by the University of Lagos.
The board has the responsibility of conducting common and standard examinations for the candidates, who have been exposed to a minimum of one-year approved courses in the different Universities’ Foundation and/or Diploma Programmes and are seeking Direct Entry admissions into University courses at the 200 Level in Nigerian and partnering foreign universities.
he goal of JUPEB program is to facilitate Direct Entry admissions into various University courses globally by conducting credible examinations for candidates taught on a qualitative and well-balanced curriculum.
JUPEB provides another platform for providing access to tertiary education. Thousands of students apply and sit for UTME yearly but only a few are successful in securing admission into Nigeria universities. Most of these candidates, who fail to secure admission, reapply in subsequent years thereby worsening the admission burden in Nigerian Universities. The worst dilemma is that UTME result is only valid for one (1) year, as against the JUPEB result which has no expiry date.
This is particularly why JUPEB Advanced Level programme is highly recommended. Other Advanced level programmes, apart from JUPEB include NAGCE, IJMB, CAMBRIDGE, among others.
The JUPEB Advanced Level programme runs for a period of two semesters, after which a successful JUPEB student graduates into 200 level in the University through direct entry. All courses are available for JUPEB programme.
Candidates seeking admission into the JUPEB programme must possess a minimum of 5 Credits in relevant o’level subjects from WAEC, NECO or NABTEB in not more than two sittings. Awaiting result can also apply for the JUPEB programme.
Lectures on JUPEB programme are guided by the approved JUPEB syllabus and the contents of the JUPEB syllabus cover University 100 level syllabus and above, which must be taught within a period of two semesters.
The entire JUPEB examination process is moderated by the JUPEB headquaters, University of Lagos together with JAMB-approved moderators at the approved JUPEB affiliated institutions.
SELECTION OF JUPEB SUBJECT COMBINATION
Candidates for the JUPEB Advanced Level Examination should refer to the current JAMB brochure for appropriate JUPEB subject combinations leading to the proposed course of study in the University. Each JUPEB candidate shall enroll and sit for only three (3) subjects for the final JUPEB examination.
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JUPEB is a national educational programme approved by the Federal Government, coordinated nationwide by the University of Lagos, Lagos with different affiliated Universities across the country. The JUPEB programme provides a platform that enables successful JUPEB candidates to secure direct admission into 200 Level in Nigerian Universities and Abroad.
To be an outstanding examinations body that will conduct common, standard and credible examinations based on a world-class curriculum, for candidates seeking Direct Entry admissions into Nigerian and foreign-based partner universities.
JUPEB is certified by Nigeria University Commission (NUC) and Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) as an A’level programme that qualifies candidates to secure direct admission into 200 Level in the Universities upon successful completion of the JUPEB programme.
Requirements & Cost
Applicants must pass five subjects at credit level at not more than two sittings in the SSCE/GCE organized by WAEC, NECO, NABTEB and should include the major subjects of study. Candidates who are expecting the release of their ‘O’ level results CAN also apply by indicating their “Awaiting Result” status appropriately ONLINE. The programme is for a duration of 9 month divided into two semesters (c) Eligibility: JUPEB programme is open to all interested candidate nationwide. The venue of the programme depends on the candidates choice, all interested JUPEB Applicant are expected to choose from our various study centres nationwide, the centre they wish to do the programme during their online registration, based on the Study Centre Availability at the time of registration. So therefore earlier registration is advisable.
Filling of Online JUPEB Preregistration Form
you are to fill the online IJMB Pre-Registration form (Candidates are advised to use Capital Letters when filling the IJMB form). Click Here To Fill IJMB Pre-Registration Form
Log In to Complete JUPEB Registration
After Succesfully filling the IJMB preregistration form, You are to login with your email and Password to Complete your IJMB Registration.
Do You Know
JUPEB result does not expire unlike your JAMB that is only for a year.
You will have higher CGP in your university as your GP is going to be divided by 3 years not four years like others who used JAMB.
You have more advantages of being admitted unlike those used JAMB since students with A level Result(IJMB Result) are fewer in ratio.