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How to Score High in UTME According to Education Expert

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How to Score High in UTME According to Education Expert
Prince AbdulMujeeb Adesegun Ogungbayi, the board chairman of MIMS Educational Services, has shared valuable insights on how to score high in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). He emphasized the need for determination, focus, and spiritual uprightness as crucial factors. His statements were made during the 2023 Academic Excellence Initiative (AEI) Scholars' Day event in Lagos. The aim is to inspire UTME candidates to achieve groundbreaking academic achievements and aim for scores above 380.

Shomolu, Lagos state - Prince AbdulMujeeb Adesegun Ogungbayi, the board chairman of MIMS Educational Services, recently shared valuable advice on how admission seekers can score high in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). His statements were made during the 2023 Academic Excellence Initiative (AEI) Scholars' Day in Lagos.

Prince Ogungbayi highlighted determination, focus, and spiritual uprightness as essential qualities for UTME candidates to excel in the exam. He explained that these qualities could help candidates achieve outstanding marks similar to Miss Umeh Nkechinyere, who topped the JAMB's scoring chart this year with a remarkable score of 360/400.

During the event, Prince Ogungbayi stressed the registrar of JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyede's desire to witness groundbreaking achievements by UTME candidates. He expressed the hope that future scholars would strive to score 380 and above, pushing the boundaries of academic excellence.

"Today's program is to prepare you all ahead of the 2024 UTME so that the nation can witness scholars scoring 380 and above, which is the dream of Professor Ishaq Oloyede, the most outstanding JAMB Registrar in the history of the establishment. You only need a high level of determination and focus, embedded with moral perfection and spiritual uprightness to stand out," said Prince Ogungbayi.

The Scholars' Day event also involved an internet-based test where 199 students competed. Out of the participants, 20 exceptional young Nigerians were rewarded with a N10,000 cash prize each.

In a related news article, it was reported that a female candidate accused the University of Lagos (UNILAG) of unjustly denying her admission despite scoring 326 out of 400 in the last UTME. However, the university management officially denied the claim, stating it to be untrue.

Admission seekers across the nation can draw inspiration from Prince Ogungbayi's words and aim to achieve remarkable scores in their UTME exams. The combination of determination, focus, moral perfection, and spiritual uprightness can be the stepping stones to success.

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