Would you like to know everything about JUPEB programme for this year?
In this guide,
You will see what JUPEB means, how JUPEB works, Universities that accept JUPEB, how to apply and their requirements for your 200Level direct entry admission using JUPEB.
JUPEB is coordinated by the UNILAG in partnership with other Universities nationwide.
|FULL MEANING||JOINT UNIVERSITY PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION BOARD|
|ADMISSION TYPE||DIRECT ENTRY|
JUPEB is an A’Level program whose certificate can be used for direct entry admission into 200 Level of your desired course in many NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES, especially in the Southern and Eastern parts of Nigeria.
For the A’Level program recognized by many Universities in Northern Nigeria, SEE IJMB.
Which is better between JUPEB and IJMB?
Both are the same.
They only differ in their fees and list of Universities that accept them.
So, the best between JUPEB and IJMB for “you” is the one that your preferred University accepts.
How JUPEB works
Once you are interested in JUPEB, the first step is to register.
During registration, you will select 3 A’Level subjects required for your desired course by your University.
After registration and payment of fees, you will start receiving lectures on those subjects for a period of 1-year, divided into 2 semesters.
At the end of 2nd semester, you will write your final JUPEB exam on those subjects and general studies.
Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive JUPEB certificate which you can use for direct entry ADMISSION WITHOUT JAMB exam straight to 200 Level of your desired course in any of the Universities that accept JUPEB.
Do JUPEB students write JAMB exam?
Though JUPEB students must apply for their admission through JAMB DIRECT ENTRY FORM, they are not required to write JAMB exam.
How many years does JUPEB result last?
Three (3) years.
This means that if you did JUPEB this year, you can use the certificate to apply for direct entry admission this same year, next year, or next 2 years.
See JUPEB requirements
For JUPEB registration, you require:
- O’level result(s) with a minimum of CREDIT in 5 relevant subjects (including English) at maximum of two sittings.
- Eight (8) passport photographs
- Birth certificate (optional)
To receive JUPEB direct entry certificate, you must have:
- successfully registered for the programme.
- taken a total of 12 courses, (6 per semester, 2 per subject) within your one year JUPEB programme.
- sat for JUPEB exams, and satisfied the Board in your 3 subjects (plus General Studies).
To successfully gain direct entry admission with JUPEB certificate, you must have:
- done the correct A’Level subjects required for your course by your University in your JUPEB programme.
- scored the JUPEB cut off point required for your course by your University.
- satisfied all other admission requirements of your University.
What is JUPEB cut off mark for all courses?
JUPEB cut off mark is the lowest JUPEB score acceptable for your admission to study your course.
It varies for each University, and also depends on the competitiveness of that your course and its Faculty.
Below are all the Faculties and their average cut off points. Click on any Faculty to see the list of courses under that Faculty.
|FACULTIES||JUPEB CUT OFF MARKS|
|– ARTS & HUMANITIES|
– SOCIAL & MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
|– ENGINEERING||8—13 POINTS|
|– MEDICAL||12—15 POINTS|
How is JUPEB cut off point calculated?
After the final exam, each of your three (3) A’LEVEL SUBJECTS FOR JUPEB are graded with either A, B, C, D, E, or F depending on your performance.
- A = 5 points
- B = 4 points
- C = 3 points
- D = 2 points
- E = 1 point
- F = 0 point
The combination of grades gotten from your three (3) required subjects forms the total point used to calculate JUPEB cut off mark.
A University can say 13 points is their JUPEB cut off mark for your direct entry admission to study Medicine and Surgery.
This means they can only admit you via direct entry into Medicine and Surgery if your JUPEB grades in the three required subjects are AAA (15 points), AAB (14 points), AAC (13 points), or ABB (13 points).
NOTE: different courses have different cut off mark for JUPEB admission in different Universities.
Are you interested and would like to know how to register for JUPEB this year?
- Visit the website or Admin office of any of the JUPEB-AFFILIATED UNIVERSITIES.
- Obtain their JUPEB registration instructions.
- Follow the instructions.
JUPEB registration ends within 3–4 months to the final exam month.
How much is the fees for JUPEB?
Aside from the ₦15,000 for the registration form, JUPEB school fees can range from ₦250,000 — ₦400,000 depending on your course, the University and its location.
These fees for JUPEB covers registration, study materials, lectures, examination, and even accommodation.
- SEE JUPEB FEES FOR DIFFERENT UNIVERSITIES
JUPEB exam date
The Joint University Preliminary Examination Board conducts her final JUPEB examination within or around the month of June, every year.
Is JUPEB exam difficult?
It may only be difficult if you did not take the University lecturers, their classes, and study materials seriously.
- SEE OUR COMPLETE GUIDE ON HOW TO PASS JUPEB EXAM
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