This post is about How to pass post utme without past questions. This is for students preparing to take post utme for the institution of their choice. Read for full guide.
I am certain of the traffic this post will get because reading for an exam is not always interesting or funny and I know for sure that students will always look for ways to pass exams without putting in so much stress.
In the next 3-7mins, you will be reading about best ways to pass post utme without reading any past questions.
What is post utme exam?
First of all, we need to know what post utme is all about.
The “utme” in post utme, stands for; unified tertiary matriculation exam.
This exam is the exam that you as a candidate will take at your choice of institution. The exams is always scheduled at the end of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board(JAMB) exam.
Some institutions, most times make their post utme exams difficult, this is so because they try to reduce the number of intakes for that academic session.
So they purposely set difficult questions that they are sure that it a few students will answer. I have been a victim of this circumstance.
How to pass post utme without past questions.
I am sure that many students have this questions in their minds but don’t know how it will feel like to search it on Google. But I can tell you that it is completely normal to discover easier ways to study, but like they say…there’s no shortcut to success so you have to fulfill the due process.
In a few steps, I will be showing you mind blowing ways on how you can actually prepare for any exams be it post utme or jamb or your normal school exam without past questions.
Is it possible to pass post utme without past questions?
Yes! It is completely possible. In short, it is more than possible.
All you have to do is what I’m going to tell you in this post. Besides it’s not everytime you can lay hands on the past questions, so as to read it. So in times like this that the needed is not there, you use the available.
Mind blowing ways to pass post utme without past questions.
- Post utme is general knowledge: Yes! Post utme indeed, is general knowledge. The five subjects you’ll write consists of what you have learnt from your primary/basic 1 upto what you learnt in jss1 upto what you learnt in jss2 to jss3, junior waec/neco. It also consists of what you learnt in ss1, SS2, ss3 and what you wrote in ssce, that is waec/neco/GCE.
- No efforts put in questions set: To be honest with you my reader(s), no lecturer or examiner takes their time, sits down and set exam questions for people writing post utme. What they do is, they fall back to old secondary and primary school textbooks, they just photocopy the page that has exercises and upload it to the server. They got o the back of the textbooks, copy the correct answers and program the computer to mark it as the correct answer. This is same to every other subject you will write in the post utme.
- If you can’t get past questions use textbooks: Yes! If you are not able to get post utme past questions of your choice of institution, you can always use any textbook you have, so as to keep your memory fresh. To remind you of things you have known.
- Read online: This is a very good alternative to past questions. Most students these days prefer to study online. That’s through pdf or ebooks, this is a very good way to read for post utme. You can find any subject in form of pdf or ebook, therefore making you study broadly.
- Past questions limits you: It’s true! Studying just past questions limits your knowledge. That’s why I early on said post utme is a general knowledge. Because it consists of lots of things in one, that’s the 50 questions you answer. So it is good that you have a broad knowledge before the exam. I recommend studying online. It helps!
- Join quizzes: This is one secret that students don’t know. There are applications online that give you quiz and you also get timed. This can help your time management because most institution give just 30minutes for 50 questions in their post utme exam.
- Download CBT app: There are lots of CBT apps on Google play store. These apps also delivers general knowledge and likely questions you’ll see that day. It’s far better than past questions. All you need to do is download the app then chose your desired subjects and possibly your choice of institution. Then you’ll start the CBT and work with time.
What you need to know about post utme exam.
This post utme exam, is like survival of the fittest. Sometimes the intelligent ones don’t always get the admission. The grace of God has a great role to play when it comes to do with post utme. Things like name misplacement normally happens.
With these guide above, you can get 80% after the post utme exam.
This article is for those who might not be able to meet up to get past questions.
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