2024 UTME: Kwara public faculty pupil scores 95 in maths, 362 general

A 15-year-old pupil of Government Secondary School, Omu Aran, Kwara State, Olukayode Olusola, scored 95 marks in Mathematics within the just-concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

Olusola scored a complete of 362 marks within the examination, making him one of many high contenders for the best scores within the examination, in line with the Vanguard’s report.

Olusola, who scored 95 marks every in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, and 77 in English Language, hopes to check Electrical Electronics on the University of Ilorin, Kwara State.

His excellent efficiency is regardless of the poor efficiency of candidates within the examination through which 1.4 million scored lower than 200 marks out of 400.

Reacting to the achievement, his mom, Beatrice Tosin, praised Olusola’s studious and hard-working nature.

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Tosin additionally gave all of the honour to God.

On Monday, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board launched the outcomes of the 2024 UTME examination.

The examination board famous that 77 per cent of the 1,842,464 candidates whose 2024 UTME outcomes have been launched scored lower than 200.

However, the Registrar of the JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede stated the examination physique wouldn’t announce the names of the highest-scoring candidates to keep away from “a repeat of the Mmesoma saga.”

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