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Tutorials on How To Answer JAMB CBT Questions

This is another guide which will help all Candidates, who will be writing the JAMB CBT examination, answer their CBT questions without fear of failure and answering the questions like a pro.

We would like to share with you today, the simple step by step guidelines, on how to answer the CBT questions, and we know, that this will be helpful to all candidates, sitting for the examination.

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Steps On How To Answer CBT Questions

THE best method which you can use, to answer the CBT questions, is through, what we called, the ‘ELIMINATION METHOD’.

What Is THE Elimination Method?

The Elimination Method, is a process, by which, you ignore certain questions/options which are completely wrong and deciding on other options which you can answer easily and correctly.

Dear, do take note that in the C.B.T examination, each question would be assigned 4 options (3 wrong option and 1 right option), so that means, you have the option of choosing ONLY one question which is the right one, out of the four questions.

Implementing The Elimination Method

Here’s an example of what the elimination method looks like.
Lets say that you are sure and confident that option A and option B are totally wrong, but you don’t know which one is correct between C and D.

By using the elimination method, you would ignore those 2 option and then deliberate on the other 2 options to decide which one of the two would be correct.

This makes answering questions easier since you would only be deliberating on few options rather than deliberating on all entire options assigned to the questions.

Reading For The JAMB CBT Examination

When reading for the examination, please ensure that you narrow your reading only to topics and questions the examiners are interested in. You don’t need to read all books before you can succeed. There is always an easier way of doing things. Read only the important books, and the best books to read, is the Past questions and answers.

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