IJMB Releases 2022 Examination Results | See How to Check Your Result

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This is to inform all prospective candidates that the 2021/2022 Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) results have been officially released.

The Board at its 99th Meeting on Thursday, 22nd September 2022, approved the release of the 2022 IJMB results. The results and certificates will be dispatched to all IJMB examination centres nationwide.

The result being released are the results of candidates who participated in the IJMB examination conducted from Tuesday, June 14, 2022, to Friday, June 24, 2022, for the 2021/2022 session.

How to Check Your IJMB Result for 2021/2022 Session

Please be informed that IJMB results are NOT available online. IJMB Results are only dispatched to study centres where the lectures were conducted.

Candidates who participated in the examination are required to visit their various study centres to collect their results through their programme coordinator.

IJMB Result Grading System

IJMB uses a similar grading system to JUPEB. Being the same type of sustainable regulatory system.

SCORES GRADES POINTS
70% – 100%
A
5 Points
60% – 69%
B
4 Points
50% – 59%
C
3 Points
45% – 49%
D
2 Points
40% – 44%
E
1 Point
39% and Below
F
0 Point

IJMB point grades from A – E are considered as pass grades while grade ‘F’ is considered as a fail grade. The total grade point for a candidate is the sum total of the three A-level subjects offered.

Candidates are entitled to a bonus of one (1) point if they pass all the three A-level subjects with at least an ‘E’ grade.

IJMB Grades Interpretation

SCORES GRADES POINTS INTERPRETATION
70% – 100%
A
5 Points, Excellent
60% – 69%
B
4 Points, Very Good
50% – 59%
C
3 Points, Good
45% – 49%
D
2 Points, Merit
40% – 44%
E
1 Point, Pass
39% and Below
F
0 Point, Fail

For a student that registers for (3) Subjects with grades such as Physics (A); Chemistry (B); then Biology (C), the total number of points scored is calculated as follows.

SUBJECTS GRADES
Physics
A
Chemistry
B
Biology
C
Total
12 Points + 1 Bonus Point = 13 Points

NOTE: A bonus point is awarded to the point scored by every candidate provided he or she did not score (F) in any of the subjects offered during the programme. (Also See: Subject Combinations).

Therefore, a student with the grades above can boast of 13 points in his/her IJMB examination which is enough to study any course at his/her choice university.

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