What to Study for JAMB Chemistry Exams | Likely Questions to Expect. What are the topics to study for the JAMB Chemistry Exams? Knowing what to study for the JAMB Chemistry Exams is the way to pass JAMB easily this year.
Chemistry is a feared subject, both among WAEC, NECO, GCE, and JAMB candidates. But in every exam, if the areas where the questions will be set are known. It becomes pretty easy to tackle the exam and succeed effortlessly.
When the questions are known, it becomes very easy to answer the questions on time and also make the most of the limited time which JAMB candidates are given to answers the bulky questions.
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Check the following out;
- JAMB past questions and answers for all subjects
- JAMB physic expected and repeated questions for JAMB UTME exams 2023
- JAMB repeated questions for all subjects
- JAMB Recommended Textbooks for all subjects including physics
- JAMB Syllabus
Hot Topics to Expect Questions for JAMB (WAEC & NECO) Chemistry Exams 2023
Like said before, Questions will likely be set from topics in the JAMB syllabus, that is why it is highly recommended that candidates should download the JAMB Syllabus 2021. After downloading the syllabus, they should not hesitate as well to get the JAMB recommended textbook which will help the candidates to streamline what they read.
These recommended textbooks are mostly exams focus texts and key points. AT this point to aid their study, the candidates (JAMBites) should try as much as possible to get JAMB Past questions on chemistry. The past questions are what will help them discover the most likely repeated questions on JAMB chemistry. At this point, the candidates is fully ready for the exam.
For the records, listed below are the topics that questions are most often set from for the JAMB chemistry exam.
- Atoms Moles Formulae and Equation and their properties (isotopes of an atom, atomic structures, and related atomic questions,
- Periodic Table (Properties and the likes)
- Organic compounds like methane, propane-butane etc (their properties)
- Acid-Base and Salts
- Atomic Structures: Chemistry Combination
- Physical Properties of Elements and Their Variations
- Chemical Equilibrium
- Chemical Thermodynamics
- Kinetic Theory of Matter
- Carbon and Its Compounds
- Sulphur and Its Compounds
- Organic Chemistry
- Proactivity and Nuclear Chemistry
Study on this Borderline and you will save yourself some stress.
A final note on what to Study for JAMB Chemistry Exams 2023
If you follow our instructions, then there is no way you will definitely not succeed in the exams. Passing exams is all about skills and not overworking yourself with night reading. You can check out our article on the killer tips to pass any exams to help you more.
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- Universities admission pattern 2023
I conclusion, you can also see hot topics to study for JAMB Physic, What to Study for JAMB Mathematics, and likely questions to expect in JAMB UTME Use of English Exams. These will all help you especially the science-oriented students.
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