See How Many Hours You Should Be Reading A Day For Jamb 2019/2020
We all know that for one to pass JAMB exams this days requires one to read and jack very well. but how long should a jamb candidate allocate to reading as he or she prepares for jamb exams?
this is a very big question that requires urgent answers because so many jamb candidates are stucked as to how should they allocate their reading time so as not to get exhausted . should they read all through the night or all through the day? should they just read few hours in the day or few hours at night?
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how long you should read depend on your capabilities and how determined you are, for a candidate who is an average ( an average student) i will advise you to increase your reading time length gradually as you progress.
let’s say you started reading when it’s just six months to the exams , try as much as you can to read at least 3 hours per day.
- If it’s 5 remaining to your exam date you should allocate nothing less than 2 hours to each paper
- 4 months to jamb: still repeat same thing you did in 5th month
- 3 months to go: you have to spend at least 3 hours in the say and 3 hours at night because by now you should now be reading along with your past questions
- When it is 2 – 1 Month To Jamb: at this time a serious student should have covered enough ground and should be on revision. but if you have not covered enough ground you should spend nothing less than 6 hours a day and at least 4 at night.
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