Wow! Meet 15-year-old boy who scored 315 in JAMB (photos)

A 15-year-old boy has shared his result showing off how he excelled at the recently concluded 2017 JAMB exams. A young boy from Anambra state, Chukwuebuka Ngige, has raked in a total of 315 marks in the recently concluded Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations.

The 15-year-old had made his first attempt at writing the exams in 2016 when he was just 14+ years old, and had scored a total of 280 marks. Chukwuebuka had tried to get admission into the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), to study Medicine and Surgery. He was unable to because he was considered ‘underage’.

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Meet 15-year-old boy who aced His JAMB. He scored 315!

The young man who’ll turn 16 by October 2017, surpassed his former score by 35 marks. Below is a breakdown of his score: Use of English — 68, Physics — 81, Biology — 75, Chemistry — 91, Total = 315.

 

See a screenshot of his result below:

Meet 15-year-old boy who aced His JAMB. He scored 315!






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