How to Answer JAMB Use Of English Questions In JAMB 2020

Answer JAMB Use Of English Questions
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No matter how much of an English guru you are, Use of English in JAMB can prove to be a difficult and annoying thorn in the flesh attimes. For this reason, i would like to show you some key steps on How to Answer JAMB Use Of English Questions In JAMB 2020

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I have always wondered why students never seem to score high in JAMB Use of English but go-ahead to do well in other subjects in their JAMB. This curiosity made me realize the structure and tricks of how to successfully land a high score in JAMB use of English.

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How To Answer JAMB Use Of English Questions

1. Know the JAMB Use of English Structure:

The most effective way of answering the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (jamb) Use of English and get a tangible score is to master the structure of the examination, before the exact time.

You should take note, that Jamb Use of English comprises of four main sections, namely;

1: Passage
2: Lexis
3: Structure
4: Oral Forms

The best way to tackle the questions in jamb Use of English is to note that the different parts of these exams as listed above carries different marks, however, we should note, that all the questions are important, but here is some important information.

The passage I to III

From Passage I – III, this passage test candidates’ knowledge of deduction from passages. In these passages, each question carries 3 marks, and this section has 15 questions.

This means that if you correctly answered all the questions, you already have 15 X 3 Marks = 45points.

Passage IV

Passage IV is testing for candidates’ knowledge of English Registers. In this section, each question is worth 2 marks per correct question. This section carries ONLY 10 questions.

This means that if you correctly answered all the questions, you already have 10 X 2 marks = 20points in this section.

Lexis Section

The Lexis section of the JAMB Use of English is one section that test the candidates’ knowledge of reasoning in English language, communication as well as vocabulary, and this section comprises of the following;

Idioms, Nearest in meaning, Opposite in meaning.

Take note that each question in the Lexis section carries 2 marks per each question. The Structure section of JAMB Use of English, based ONLY on testing the candidates’ knowledge of the following:

English sentence formation, Part of sentences, Semantics, Syntax, Tenses, Phrasal verbs, Prepositions, and other aspects of English sentence formation.

In this section, take note that each question carries 1 mark per correct question you answered. The ending part of JAMB Use of English is the oral forms.

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2. Know Marks Allocation In JAMB use of English
Section A. Comprehension/Summary

(a) 3 Comprehension passages (15 questions in all, 3 marks each) = 45 marks
(b) 1 cloze passage (10 questions in all, 2 marks each) = 20 marks

Section B: Lexis, Structure and Oral Forms

(a) Sentence Interpretation (10 Questions in all, 2 marks each) = 20marks
(b) Antonyms (Opposite in Meaning – 15 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 15 marks
(c) Synonyms (Same in meaning –  15 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 15 marks
(d) Sentence completion (filling the gaps – 20 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 20 marks
(e) Oral forms (15 questions in all, 1 mark each) = 15 marks

Total: 100 questions = 150 marks

Take note that the best method of answering the jamb Use of English and have a high score is for you to follow the following steps carefully while in the examination hall.

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3. Follow these Steps while Answering JAMB Use of English Questions

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The following are the careful yet simple ways to go about answering JAMB use Of English questions.

1. Please ensure that you read the instructions before you commence and check the duration of the examination.
2. Please endeavor, to identify the main points in the passages;
3. You should also take note that you know the meaning of each queried word, phrase or sentences.
4. Also ensure that you identify the grammatical functions of words, phrases and clauses and figurative /idiomatic expression;
5. deduce or infer the writer’s opinion, mood, attitude to the subject matter.
6. While writing the examination, you should pay full attention to details.

 

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