All Subjects Questions Set on 17th May, Wednesday JAMB UTME CBT Exams –JAMBites Experience

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Questions Set on 17th May, Wednesday JAMB UTME, 7AM, 9AM, 1 :30PM
With the conclusion of the exams for today 17th May, 2017,
we would like candidates who participated in the exam to
share some of the questions they came across during the
Please note that the purpose is to create a forum for
deliberations and finding solutions to the questions since they
can now be termed JAMB past questions.
JAMB has earlier stated that questions will not be repeated for
each session and each day of the exam. So if you are yet to
write the exam, don’t go trying to cram the questions.
If you can remember any questions you wish to share, maybe
because you would like to find out the correct answer to the
question and put your mind at rest, please share here.
If you are having doubts about a particular question and it’s
correct answer or if you just want to help better prepare others
who are yet to write (Remember, the questions won’t be
repeated, according to JAMB), please feel free to share it
This thread is specifically to share actual questions that came
out today 15th May. Don’t go around posting list of several
past questions you copied somewhere on the internet or the
so called JAMB expo flying around social media.
Please make sure the questions you post are credible and
actually from today’s JAMB exam. Do not forget that the
purpose for this is for ngstudents to collectively learn.
If you can remember only 3 or 4 questions, that’s enough. We

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    • That question falls under permutations and combinations…
      It goes like this: JAMB is a 4-lettered word,
      =4! (four factorial) which is = 4*3*2*1
      This means the word JAMB can be arranged in 24 different ways.

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