- The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has started releasing the results of candidates who sat for the exam
- The examination took place over a period of six days in different places across the nation
- A 16-year-old boy identified as Ariori Ibrahim Olabode scored 375 in the exam and this is presumed to be the highest score for 2017
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the results of some candidates who took part in the 2017 examination. Candidates who are interested in furthering their education in tertiary institutions get to know their fates with the results.
The 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) lasted for about six days with over 1.6 million candidates sitting for it. The results of the participants are being released in batches and over one million candidates have seen their results and the scores are amazing.
A 16-year-old boy identified as Ariori Ibrahim Olabode had an amazingly high score of 375. This is presumed to be the highest score so far in the 2017 JAMB examination. The young boy sat for this exam at Brainpoint College in Ebute Metta area of Lagos state.
Olabode shocked everyone with his result as he could have gotten all the points but for the 15 marks he missed. It is incredible that a young boy could floor adults sitting for this exam with his impressive score.
NAIJ.com gathered that while it is normal for some candidates to fail the exam, some did remarkably well with their results being celebrated here and there. We have been able to make a compilations out of the best.
Find some of the high scores obtained by candidates in the just concluded 2017 JAMB examination:
1. Felix-ngige Chukwuebuka Joshua scored 315
2. Iworiso Blessing with 316
3. Onanuga Damilola with 339
4. Imaha Peter had 327
5. Unung Nsisong had 321
6. Ishiekwene Miracle had 309
7. James Annie scored 304
8. Eno Joseph scored 304
9. Ngwakwe Charis scored 300
10. Udofia Glory had 296
11. Efiok Uduakabasi scored 292
Watch the NAIJ.com TV video below to see what some candidates went through during JAMB registration: