JAMB: Ejikeme Mmesoma’s common Entrance result surfaces online (See scores)

According to StechiteGist, new evidence on Ejikeme Mmesoma’s performance in the Common Entrance Examination has emerged in the midst of the latest UTME result faking scandal. Idoma Voice has obtained the results of her Common Entrance exam, which took taken in 2017 at Bright Primary School in Oba.

JAMB accused Mmesoma, who is from Anambra State, of deliberately inflating her UTME score from 249 to 362, allowing her to claim the best 2023 UTME score. The young girl has subsequently refuted the JAMB charges.

The Common Entrance result for Ejikeme Mmesoma, according to StechiteGist, displays the following scores:

English: 93
Maths: 81
Igbo: 89
General paper: 71

These scores add up to a total of 344 out of 400. It is important noting that Mmesoma’s examination was held at the Oba Girls’ Secondary School.

The publication of Mmesoma’s Common Entrance result adds to the continuing debate regarding her alleged manipulation of UTME scores. While the authenticity and ramifications of her UTME results are still being reviewed, Mmesoma’s success in the previous examination is reflected in the obtained Common Entrance result.

Mmesoma received commendable scores in English, Math, Igbo, and the General subject, according to further investigation and analysis of the Common Entrance results. These scores represent her dedication and intellectual competence during the Common Entrance Examination and highlight her mastery in these topics.

The release of Mmesoma’s Common Entrance result adds another layer to the ongoing arguments about the alleged UTME result falsification controversy. It emphasises her academic accomplishments prior to the issue surrounding her UTME results.

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