IJMB Exam (1)
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No, IJMB result cannot be accessed online, you will need to visit the IJMB centre for your result (IJMB centre is where you receive your IJMB lecture.
Yes, if a candidate does not make the desired grades in the examination, he/she can rewrite the examination in another year.
Yes, you will send a request to ABU Zaria (Director of IJMB office) detailing where you want your result to be sent to. Fees apply.
No, IJMB result or the certificate does not expire, you will continue to use it as long as you need it
A= 5 points, B= 4 points, C= 3 points, D= 2 points, E= 1 point, F= 0 point (failed grade).
1 additional point is added when a candidate scores A, B, C, D or E in all the three subjects e.g. a candidate with B, D, C has 10 points.
IJMB exam is marked by the moderating university – ABU Zaria, they also release the result to your centre where you write your exam, for now, the IJMB result is not released online but through exam centres/IJMB centres and you will have to receive the hardcopy of your exam after being released.
IJMB result does not expires. You can use it to gain admission any year you want.
Results are released to the centres and candidates are to collect their statement of results from their centres.
From the centre where you registered for the examination.