Examination

STRUCTURES OF IJMB EXAMINATION

- Candidates shall offer at least three main subject at A’ Level.

- The overall mark in each subject shall be expressed at a percentage, and may include an element in respect of Continuous Assessment (CA).

- For every A’Level subject registered each candidate must have a C.A grade which carries 20% of the total scores.

- All science subjects in IJMB Examination, expect A’Level

Mathematics, have one practical paper each, which carries substantial Percentage of the total scores.

- All social science subjects have two papers only, except for Economics, which has objective questions as Paper III with 50 objectives questions.

- There are three papers to Arts subjects (Literature in English and CRS).

- All subjects under science category have three papers. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geography have paper I and II, and one practical paper each as paper III.

- Paper III for Mathematics covers Coordinate Geometry & Statistics, while paper III for Geography covers Map Reading.

- The conversion of IJMB Grades is as follows:

A’ Level Subjects O’Level Subject

A – 70% and above A – Excellent (60 100%)

B – 60 69% C – Credit (40 59%)

C – 50 95% P – Pass (35 39%)

D – 45 49% F – Fail (0 34%)

E – 40 44%

F – below 40%

IJMBE results are released after 3 months of the examination.

Being a highly classified examination, the Statements/Certificates of Result are printed in hard-copies. They are only accesible on the Place of Study after three months of examination.

1.3 WHY RESULTS ARE WITHHELD?

There are three conditions under which your results can be withheld.

These are where:

  • You have no C.A record,
  • You deliberately absent yourself in a subject paper, and
  • Your C.A. grades are submitted after the marking excises especially after the submission of the result by the subject panel.

1.4 WHY RESULTS ARE CANCELLED

Your results in all subjects may carry the letter Z which means they are cancelled if:

  • You were involved in cheating in the examination by either receiving assistance from somebody, copying someone’s work or you are found with prohibited materials.
  • You were rude to an Invigilator or Supervisor or nay other examination official, or

You attempted to deface the script of another candidate or some other examination materials.