Jamb Government Tutor
Home tutor in Onitsha South, Anambra
I have come to understand that being intelligent is not enough to pass JAMB questions but being critical in your thinking as JAMB usually apply technicality in setting its questions. As a result of this, I go beyond teaching the JAMB syllabus for this subject in the sense that I tell my students how the JAMB questions may look like on every topic I treat. I also do not joke with past questions as this will widen my students horizon in preparation of the UTME examination.
I've been been tutoring UTME candidates government and I can cover the JAMB syllabus in 4 months except in an exceptional case( that is, where the student is a very slower learner).
I have been a government JAMB tutor for two years now and my students have been doing exceptionally well in their various disciplines at their various higher institutions of learning and I look forward to producing more great minds.
Chidimma O. also teaches
I studied Public Administration from University of Nigeria Nsukka, I'm done with the compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
Tutoring is what I've been into from my 3rd year in the University and I specialize in teaching Government, English Language/Use of English, and Economics for WAEC and JAMB students. I have produced over 20 undergraduates in various Nigerian higher institutions (including UNN) as a result of my exceptional teaching skills.
My teacher-students relationship is high and this is what helps me in impacting effective and efficient knowledge into my students because I don't only teach, but I also coach and motivate my students.
While serving, I also engaged in a part teaching work in a senior secondary school where I taught English Language to all the senior classes and also taught government and Use of English in a JAMB tutorial centre.
B.Sc Public Administration and Local Government
Sep 2013 - Dec 2017
University of Nigeria Nsukka
May 2014 - Apr 2018
Great Lion Schools
I was handling WAEC students on Government and English language which yielded a positive result as 60% of the students always get A1/B3 in their WAEC results