IJMB Practical Specimen and Instructions to Schools for 2022/2023 Academic Session

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The Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) has released its practical specimen and instructions to schools, colleges and polytechnics in preparing for the 2022/2023 IJMB Examination.

2023 IJMB Official Exam Date

According to the timetable, the Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination for the 2023 academic session will commence on Tuesday, 18th June 2023, and end on Saturday, 29th June 2023.

Recommended Links:

IJMB Assistance/Questions and Answers

IJMB Programme Registration Details

IJMB Examination Timetable for Candidates

 

2023 IJMB Biology Paper III (Alternative A) Practical Specimens

2023 IJMB Biology Practical Specimen

1. SPECIMEN A – Provided as a figure on the Question Paper.
2. SPECIMEN B – Common Housefly (One for each candidate)
3. SPECIMEN C- Household Spider (One for each candidate)
4. SPECIMEN D – White Termite (One for each candidate)
5. SPECIMEN E – Toad or Frog (One for each candidate)
6. SPECIMEN F – Orange fruit
7. SPECIMEN G – pea pod
8. SPECIMEN H – okra fruit
9. SPECIMEN I – banana fruit
10. SPECIMEN J – Pineapple
11. SPECIMEN K – maize grain
12. Hand lens for each candidate
13. Dissecting set for each candidate.

2023 IJMB Chemistry Paper III (Alternative A) Practical Specimen and Instructions to Schools

2023 IJMB Chemistry Practical Specimen Alternative A

(1a) Prepare solution A by quantitatively transferring 4.8 g of potassium tetraoxomanganate(VIl)
KMnO₄, to 2 dm³ volumetric flask containing about 1 dm³ distilled water, shake the result solution and make it up to mark with distilled water. Store the solution in ambered-coloured (dark brown) bottle. Give each student about 90 cm³ of the solution.

(b) Prepare solution B by transferring an accurately weighed quantity of 6.3 g of hydrated oxalic acid (ethanedioc acid dihydrate), H₂C₂O₄.2H₂O to 2 dm³ volumetric flask containing about 1 dm³ distilled water. Shake the solution to dissolve the compound and make it up to mark with distilled water. Give each student about 100 cm³ of the solution.

(c) Prepare solution C by transferring 220 cm³ of concentrated tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid, H₂SO (98 % w/w, specific gravity 1.80) in to 2 dm³ volumetric flask containing about 1 dm³ distilled water. Alow the solution to cool and gradually make it up to mark with distilled water. Give each student about 70 cm³ of the solution.

(d) A measuring cylinder in addition to other materials for volumetric analysis.

2. Each student should be provided with the following samples (about 1g each) appropriately labelled as indicated
as indicated.

SAMPLE A1 = BARIUM CHLORIDE
SAMPLE A2 = BENZALDEHYDE
SAMPLE A3 = PHENOL

Ensure that all necessary test reagents for inorganic and organic qualitative analyses are provided in the laboratory benches.

THESE SHOULD BE THE CONTENT OF EACH SAMPLE AND THIS INFORMATION SHOULD NOT BE DISCLOSED TO CANDIDATES.

2023 IJMB Chemistry Paper III (Alternative B) Practical Specimen and Instructions to Schools

2023 IJMB Chemistry Practical Specimen Alternative B

(1a) Prepare solution D by transferring an accurately weighed 6.32g of potassium tetraoxomanganate(VII), KMnO₄ to 2 dm³ volumetric flask containing about 1 dm³ distilled water. Shake the resulting solution and make it up to mark with distilled water. Store the solution in ambered-coloured (dark brown) bottle. Give each student about 90 cm³ of the solution.

(b) Prepare solution E by weighing an accurately quantity of 3.78 g of hydrated oxalic acid (ethanedioc acid dihydrate), H₂C₂O₄.2H₂O to 2 dm³ volumetric flask containing about 1 dm³ distilled water. Shake the solution to dissolve the compound and make it up to mark with distilled water. Give each student about 100 cm³ of the solution.

(c) Prepare solution F by transferring 220 cm³ of concentrated tetraoxosulphate(VI) acid, H₂SO₄. (98% w/w, specific gravity 1.80) in to 2 dm³ volumetric flask containing about 1 dm³ distilled water. Allow the solution to cool and gradually make it up to mark with distilled water. Give each student about 70 cm³ of the solution.

2. Each student should be provided with the following samples (about 1 g each) appropriately labelled as indicated

SAMPLE B1 = COPPER(II) CHLORIDE
SAMPLE B2 = HEXANOL
SAMPLE B3 = p-CHLOROBENZALDEHYDE

Ensure that all necessary test reagents for inorganic and organic qualitative analyses are provided the laboratory benches.

THESE SHOULD BE THE CONTENT OF EACH SAMPLE AND THIS INFORMATION SHOULD NOT BE DISCLOSED TO CANDIDATES.

2023 IJMB Geology Paper III (Alternative A) Practical Specimen and Instructions to Schools

2023 IJMB Geology Practical Specimen

QUESTION 2:
a₁ ———— BARYTES {BARITE}
a₂ ———— BIOTITE
a₃ ———— PYRITE

QUESTION 3:
b₁ ———— QUARTZITE
b₂ ———— RhYOLITE
b₃ ———— SHALE

QUESTION 4:
c₁ ———— TETRAGONAL
c₂ ———— MONOCLINIC
c₃ ———— CUBIC/ISOMETRIC

QUESTION 5:
d₁ ———— IRREGULAR ECHINOID {LINTHIA SUDANENS}
d₂ ———— TRILOBITE
d₃ ———— NAUTILOID

2023 IJMB Physics Paper III (Alternative A) Practical Specimen and Instructions to Schools

2023 IJMB Physics Practical Specimen

QUESTION 2A
i. Meter rule,
ii. knife edge,
iii. Standard slotted masses (e.g 2, 5, 10, 50g etc).
iv. A piece of small stone labelled as M₀, such that, (40g ≤ M₀ ≤ 150g).

QUESTION 3A
i. D.c battery of emf 4V or 4,5V source.
ii. Variable resistor/ Rheostat.
iii. Voltmeter at least (0-5) V.
iv. Ammeter at least (0-2) A.
v. A 2Ω standard resistor labelled as X.
vi. Several Connecting wires.
vii. Key or switch.

About IJMB

IJMB or IJMBE for full simply means the Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination. IJMB is a Federal Government certified examination body, charged with the responsibility of conducting and processing direct entry admissions programme.

The 2023 IJMB programme is approved by the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB), as one of the formidable A ‘level programmes in the country. However, the chief coordinator or moderator of the programme is Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. And 2023 IJMB centres are available in different states of the federation for enrollment.

The programme was established in the 1970s with the sole purpose of solving and managing issues that come along with the influx of admission applications every year, into Nigerian tertiary institutions. Upon its establishment, IJMB has facilitated the admission of thousands of students, substituting the need to write JAMB.

Students who ace the IJMB programme are eligible for admission into 200level in their university of choice, taking away the waste of time and resources of waiting for a whole year to rewrite JAMB every year.

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