is a qualifying examination into Nigerian and Foreign Universities. The IJMB examination is primarily for Advanced Level subjects for Direct Entry into 200 level in the Universities. The syllabus for the IJMB Examination is compiled in line with international standard educational requirements and admission requirements of various Universities, Nigeria and overseas.
The IJMB syllabus is designed to be covered in only one (1) academic session over a period of two (2) semesters. The content of the IJMB syllabus is structured in such a way to ensure that all the topics in the IJMB subjects are covered within the two semesters. A list of relevant IJMB reading texts is provided at the end of each IJMB subject syllabus to guide the institutions, lecturers and students in the course of running the IJMB programme. For effective coverage of the IJMB syllabus, a minimum of 8-10 lecture hours per week is recommended, IJMB practical and field works included. The IJMB syllabus may be revised every eight (8) years.
IJMB is an approved nine (9) months Advanced level program by the Federal Government of Nigeria and certified by the Nigeria University Commission (NUC).
The program is available for all courses in the Arts, Social science and Science and it gives direct admission to successful candidates to 200 level of the University education. It is an Advanced Level program that run for nine (9) Months (April to February). We have secured and decent residential hostels and academic environment. Successful students do not need to write UTME before securing admission into the 200 level of the University of their choice. Candidates are required to have five (5) O/level credits (including Mathematics and English Language) before they are admitted into the University. IJMB offers two subjects at O/Level (English Language and Mathematics) which are taken by those who failed to have credit passes in them at SSCE/GCE/NECO.
1.Students with 5 credits O/Level results but failed JAMB / POST JAMB/not admitted
2.Students awaiting results
3.Students who passed JAMB / Post JAMB but were still not admitted by the University due to quota system or any other reason.
4. Students who are deficient in English language and / or Mathematics
5.Students who do not want to waste away at home competing every year through jamb for very limited spaces in the various universities.
6. University student that dropped out for a reason of inability to cross to 200 Level.
1. IJMB is an advanced level (A/L) 9 months program. The duration is not affected by any strike.
2.It is duly approved by the Federal Government, fully certified by the Nigeria Universities Commission (NUC) as a mode of direct entry into 200 levels in Nigeria Universities (check the JAMB Admission Brochure to confirm this) and are moderated by Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
3. Successful IJMB students are admitted to the 200 level in the University of their choice, unlike JAMB where candidates are admitted to 100 levels.
4. Successful IJMB students do not have to sit for JAMB or post JAMB before gaining admission to the university of their choice
5. IJMB has an annual average rate of 75% success in students intakes into Nigeria universities compared to 20% success rate for JAMB candidates.
6. The IJMB certificate is valid for admission with no expiry time limit, unlike JAMB that is yearly.
7. The fees is cheaper than what most moderate private secondary school students pay per annum and also cheaper than what students pay for Cambridge or Diploma examinations.
8. We allow for installments payment of the TUITION FEES, if need be.
9. The IJMB program is available for all courses: Pure Science; Social Science and Arts.
10. We make use of lecturers who are University graduates and well experienced and we motivate them to give their best to the students.
11. Unlike some centre who focus on students obtaining the minimum point of 5, We, at IJMB A-LEVELS we work toward the least of our students obtaining a minimum of 10 points out of the 16 points obtainable, so as the enhance their direct.
12. We monitor the moral and spiritual growth of our students both in the classrooms and hostels, so that they can be what God has ordained them to be, prevent immorality, cultism and other social vices and be useful to the society.
13. It prevents students who failed JAMB from wasting away at home thereby becoming dull and intellectually lazy. It helps students to be in academic mood and environment.
14. It is a short cut for you to bridge the gap between you and your mates who gained admission through JAMB, since you will now be admitted directly to 200 level the university