Sunday, 28 December 2014

Make Sure You read this before registering for IJMB!!!

How to identify the ijmb fraudsters!!! from 

Learn more nigeria have been receiving calls from people, especially
potential IJMB students, talking about IJMB, pupils who are interested in IJMB
program. Since there are different websites advertising IJMB online
especially in the forum sites like Nairaland, google, facebook, NBF and
other popular forum websites
. Our advise to those
potential IJMB students are to be careful of what website or what article they are going to read and understand in their view to getting more information on IJMB.
We must tell you this, there are so many people using IJMB as means of defrauding students, and
Such people increase day by day.
Therefore it very difficult for this intending students to know whom to Trust?

In our own view to making students know who to trust, we have decided to give some tips in identifying and separating the real from the fake.

We've done a lot of research and we've come to realize that there are many online IJMB advertiser on google and we tried indicating who's who, I hope potential
students will not fall for victim of their illegal act. If you are lucky to see this post, We are pleading with you to share this on google+, facebook or
twitter account for other people to see this. We've heard so
many cases of students buying form, and even
paying some part of the school fees, and at the end of the day, sellers are gone.
Here are sme of the tips on how to

determined a registered website to register for IJMB programme

1. THEY MUST BE A REGISTERED BODY. Website must have gone through the corporate affairs commission(CAC) registration and have a company's name like our's LEARN MORE NIGERIA and must have a Registration number like ours RC: 27609 which makes the body easily identify and traceable by the law enforcement agency provided any fraud is been detected.

2. THE ACCOUNT NAME MUST TALLY WITH THE NAME OF THE BODY in other to prove true incorporation and legality of websites, this point is the most crucial. Anybody can come up with a website and insert any name and number but will never be able to provide the account detail af the company, this is where true legality is proven because most of this websites tell you to make payments for your registration into individual accounts, examples of this include
******** bank
Account name olayinka Samuel
Account number 01546*****

When you see individual names like this requesting you to pay for your registration, beware of this and challenge their legality but if you see a corporate account details that carries the name of the body in which the website is incorporated, take ours for instance, full carries the trademark Learn More Nigeria and one of our account details include

Guarantee Trust Bank
Account Name: Learn More Nigeria
Account Number: 0149397006

This shows they are fully recognized and have obtained their TAX Identification Number as a body after they have been investigate for legality by FIRS

3. THE ILORIN WATERLOO: Students needs to beware of them, many websites claim to be registering students for IJMB at various centres and such student end up in ILORIN due to the selfish interest of the centre,
Learn More Nigeria

is however different, it is said to
provide applicants with varieties of centre to select from
during their registration login to to
ScamVoid confirms our website as legit for IJMB registration.

DISCLAIMER: Not all you see out there are scam or scam free, but however, register with us to avoid this and enjoy maximum security via registration

Well some people still go to forum where anyone can posts anything to enquire about IJMB from people in which 60% are only their to scam you posting anything members of the public will easily believe. Always contact us if you have any information concerning IJMB because we are not only working in just an IJMB institution
We work hand in hand with different institution nationwide which gives us the opportunity to differentiate the pros and cons of IJMB and their study centres,

Our advise to this potential students is that they should be very careful in purchasing the form and be cautious of decisions they make while registering.
Are you still doubting
on whether to enroll for IJMB or not? What are you afraid of? There is no motivation for in-competency and in-competency starts with been unsure of yourself on either registering or waiting for the next JAMB,
you can afford another year of your life without academic progression.
You think UTME can only be the way out?
Learn more nigeria wish you see people who had written UTME for more
than three times, so you can learn from them. Enroll with the spirit of hard-work and success will find it's way to your doorstep.
please, feel
free to call us on 07037368149 or 08102508292.
or email or
For more info and registration visit

Kindly share this post with your friends, you won't know who you might be helping!!!

Thursday, 30 October 2014

News from Motunrayo Joel Of Sunday Punch Speaking on altenatives to UTME

gExperts in the education sector have advised university
admission seekers not to wait forever, writes
Waiting endlessly for the opportunity to gain admission
into a university is a huge burden for me, especially
when my Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
score is low,” these were the words of 19-year-old Vivian
Shonibare who has been waiting for two years to gain
admission into the University of Lagos.
Two years may sound few to 25-year-old Emeka
Chidiebere who has been waiting for five years.
He said, “ In the last UTME I took, my score was not
beyond170. The authorities of the university I applied to
pegged the cut-off point at 230. I have been sitting at
home for five years.”
Funke Odusanya, 17, has sat for UTME once, but she is
already getting bored sitting at home. She hopes to gain
admission into the Lagos State University someday.
“I took the UTME but I didn’t do well. I hope to save
some more money to sit for the next UTME. Before then,
I will be praying and fasting. LASU is my choice, I don’t
see myself going to another university,” she said.
Over the years, the percentage of candidates that fail the
UTME is alarming. In 2010, over 1.3 million candidates
sat for UTME, but only 501,000 candidates scored 200 and
above, leaving 59 per cent with scores less than 200. And
in 2011, out of the 1,493,604 candidates that took the
examination, 842,851 scored below 200 points.
The following year, in 2012, 1,503,931 candidates took the
UTME, 711,250 scored below 200 points.
In 2013 a total of 1,644,110 candidates took the UTME out
of which 1,629,102 applied to sit for the Paper Pencil Test,
while 15,008 candidates applied for the Dual Based Test.
About 571,298 scored between 170 and 199, 103,489
scored between 160 and 169 while 127,017 scored less
than 159.
In the 2014 edition of the UTME taken by 1,015,504
candidates, only 24 of them scored 250 points and above;
315,401 candidates scored between 170 to 199 points,
while 108,488 scored between 200 to 249 points. In the
same examination, 275, 282 candidates scored below 150
points. The pass mark for university admission in 2013
and 2014 was 180 points.
In 2014, 8, 844 candidates, who scored above 200 points,
sat for the University of Ibadan post-UTME, 6,267 of them
scored above 50 per cent while, 2,351 failed.

Source-  Sunday punch:

A total
number of 226 candidates did not show up for the
examination, while the lowest score was 12 per cent.
According to the statistics of the result, the most
subscribed discipline in the university’s post-UTME is
Medicine with 1,965 candidates. Of the number, 1,701
scored above 50 per cent.
Every year, many of those who take the UTME do not
gain admission into their preferred institutions. What
happens to these people?
Experts who spoke with SUNDAY PUNCH said people
like Shonibare, Chidebere and Odusanya do not have to
sit at home idle but should seek alternatives.
The Director, School of Professional and Legal Education,
Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Prof.
Gabriel Agwu said the emphasis on paper education has
negatively affected students in general.
He said, “ There are many UTME candidates who have
been waiting four to eight years to gain admission into a
university. This is terrible and it shouldn’t be. Everyone
cannot be a university graduate. There are so many ways
one can explore to receive a good education.
“My advice to students is that they should quit sitting at
home and gain a skill or learn a vocation. They could also
look towards technical education. In Nigeria, this area of
our education system has suffered. Students think
technical education is for the poor, and that is a sad
notion. I know of people who have become successful
and didn’t go to a university.”
Gabriel also cited the founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, as
someone to emulate, “He dropped out of school yet he is
extremely successful today. This shows that it is not a
must that one must go to a university before making it in
He, however, charged the media to feature people in the
society who became successful through a craft. He said
such approach would go a long way in encouraging
Sharing a similar thought, the Head, Educational
Psychology, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education,
Oyo State, Dr. Sola Adediran, said the current generation
of youths have other opportunities at their finger tips,
but very little of them make use of them.
According to Adediran, “If one can’t gain entry into a
university, one can apply to a polytechnic, college of
education, training college and so on. The list is endless;
there are so many solutions or alternatives to this
A cloth designer, Ebun Collins, who sais she established
her business at a young age, added that she learnt the
skill while in the university.
She said, “Right from when I was a young girl, I loved to
sew. When I got to the university, I decided to learn the
skill. Today, I thank God that I’m successful and doing
what I love. If I didn’t make the decision to learn how to
sew, I won’t be where I am today.”
According to educationists, places in polytechnics and
colleges of education are usually under-subscribed. This
is because a large percentage of candidates want to go to
the university.
Adediran said, “Also there are a good number of
universities that are not attracting patronage and are
advertising in newspapers for students to come for
admission. Admission seekers could look in that
direction. Even the popular universities that everyone
wants to go experience insufficiency and they usually
screen to pick the best candidates.
“Many candidates are chasing very few spaces in some
preferred universities yet only a very small proportion of
candidates who take the UTME will likely be admitted.
“We all need to be self-reliant, Nigeria’s economy can
sometimes not be encouraging and to be secure, one
needs to have the knowledge of a vocation that will fetch
one extra income,” Adediran said.
The educational psychologist also cited A-level, school of
nursing, among others as good alternatives.
“There was a point in my life I was trying to gain
admission into a university of my choice, but it wasn’t
forthcoming. I decided to take A-level and today, I’m glad
I made that choice. Every knowledge matters. What one
learns today may be useful tomorrow. The bottom-line is
that admission seekers should think out of the box and
not be rigid. I encourage them to read newspapers. There
is so much useful information in them,” he said.
Also, Dr. Suleiman Adediran, an education consultant
and a former lecturer at the Obafemi Awolowo
University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, urged admission seekers to
remain positive, adding that feeling frustrated about
admission could be detrimental to the well-being of the
He said, “Sitting at home, feeling frustrated would not
help one; instead one should think of ways to add value
to one’s life. Learn a skill. Ladies could learn how to sew
or make hair. These skills may sound unimportant, but
millions of people are making money with them.”
Adediran added that getting formal education is not a
guarantee that one would be successful in life. “I
encourage students who have already secured admission
into a university,to learn a craft. It is never a waste of
time,” he said.
Aside learning a craft, Adediran also urged admission
seekers to enrol for a course. He said a large percentage
of these courses usually help in future.
“New educational technology has revolutionised the way
students get their college degrees. Instead of waiting for
years to gain admission into one a university, admission
seekers couldpursue online degrees. Moreover, this
option gives students the opportunity to work full time.
They can also customise their degree programmes to suit
their needs.”
Buttressing the need for admission seekers to consider
online courses, he added that besides location, time
could also be a limitation to learning.
Other educationists who spoke with SUNDAY PUNCH
suggested foreign education, especially for students who
are financially capable.

Tuesday, 19 August 2014


This is to inform aspiring IJMB applicant that the 2014 registration for IJMB is still ongoing, for more information about IJMB and it"s registration inclusive, visit

for more info call 07037368149

Monday, 26 May 2014


Many Institution claim to be registering students for
IJMB with centre nationwide but the story has been
damned because such students end up in ILORIN and
this is due to the selfish interest of the centre, is however different, it is said to
provide applicants with varieties of centre to select from
during  registration login to to
register with them today IJMB Admission Nigeria.

Websites confirmed as legit for IJMB registration are be careful during your process of
registration so as not to get scammed or duped by some
online gurus. Be wise!!!

Wednesday, 22 January 2014


This is to inform all aspiring IJMB applicant that 2014 registration for IJMB is still ongoing, register today as the day counts. Visit  for enquiries and registration. IJMB admission Website

RUMORS ABOUT IJMB (it's wide spreading)-

A lot of people have been asking, is this IJMB examination real,  we are pleased to inform you that Yes, IJMB is no news again to various Nigerian universities, as it serve as a means of securing university admission into 200level, Candidate can confirm this from JAMB brochure. It is moderated by ABU zaria to relive the said educational disaster Admission issues have been causing in Nigeria 

Also the greatest mind blowing question a lot of people ask about IJMB is based on the Official Issues - Does IJMB Have an Official Website?
The hard and fact about that is No, they don't  ijmb does not and a lot of people confuse some websites online for the official website, even IJMB ADMISSION NIGERIA WEBSITE we serve as a legal entity under the registered allied act of company as LEARN MORE NIGERIA with registration no (RC:27609), partnering with various Accredited IJMB Study centres nationwide, with the sole aim of registering interested IJMB Candidate to various IJMB Centre that is closer to their location, that's the fair advantage we have over others. and we are pleased to inform you that registering with a registered Firm like our's gives you an insurance and assurance of be secured in your application process.

Another interesting Question people ask when they contact us is What Difference does Registering with makes, Why not others?
What we tell them is that registering with us gives candidate an opportunity to choose from our list of various Accredited IJMB Study centre nationwide which is closer to candidate location, among other benefits like Automatic Admission without Screening, Priveledge to pay tuition fee installmentally, Conductive Learning Condition, Hostel Accomodation etc.

login to today to make more inquiries, ask your questions and you will always get a reply. IJMB ADMISSION NIGERIA Website



IJMB (Interim Joint Matriculation Board) is a federal government approved program of 9 month...  IJMB doesn't require jamb neither your jamb score...Interested IJMB Candidate are expected to select any THREE (3) A/L SUBJECTS From:

1.Physics, Chemistry, biology, Mathematics &Geography for Sciences candidate
2.Economics, Business management, Accounts, Government,Sociology,CRS/IRS,Literature for Arts/Social Sciences/ Humanities candidates.
On completion of the programme,successful candidates can use their result to gain admission into 200 level in any nigeria university through direct entry. check jamb bronchure to see IJMB as a direct entry requirement into 200level.

IJMB is been done in different centres in nigeria,but not all centres are accredited...And many scammer claim to be registering student for the programme...But in other for you not to fall into scam, that why we at Learn More Nigeria,decided to be helping interested candidate to register for the programme and register you to a centre closer to your location which is accredited and with the following benefit:
(a)Good learning condition
(b)condusive Accomodation
(c)priviledge to pay tuition fee instalmentally (the tuition fee are Art=60k, social science=65 and Science=70k) for the whole 9 month
(d)guaranteed admission without screening
(e)process you a good result

The late form is presently #8,500 and is still ongoing, if you're still interested, we are pleased to inform you that the form is still out, visit the IJMB Admission Nigeria Website-

(a) five O/L credit passes as contain in jamb brochure
(b) Registering with us Awaiting result can also apply but O/L result must be available before University admission (don't know about other centres)

IJMB Result is ACCEPTABLE in over 70% of nigeria university. The following universities accept IJMB e.g UNILORIN, ABU, UNIJOS, FUT MINNA, FUTA, UNIABUJA, BUK,KWASU, FUT YOLA, RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCI/TECH, CROSS RIVER STATE UNIVERSIY, DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY, All private universities, all universities in the north,south-east and South-South of Nigeria e.t.c.

For more questions visit or info call/sms us on 07037368149