Jamb Syllabus

The JAMB Syllabus is an official document or resource created by the Board. It includes comprehensive information and a guide on the regions or subjects you must cover for your UTME in a given subject.

These regions or themes will be used as the basis for the questions you must respond to on exam day.

The complete JAMB syllabus for each of your topics is available here. Simply click on any of the subjects listed below to view the corresponding syllabus and study material:

All-Subject JAMB Syllabus

Accessible topics

Accounts / Principles of AccountsThis subject has 18 major topics.

Agricultural ScienceThis subject has 48 major topics.

 Arabic has 5 major topics.

Arts has 13 major topics.

Biology has 33 major topics.

Chemistry  has 18 major topics.

Christian Religious Knowledge / Studies (CRK)has 52 major topics.

Commerce has 16 major topics.

Economics has 23 major topics.

English Language has 3 major topics.

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French has 4 major topics.

Geography has 24 major topics.

Government has 32 major topics.

Hausa has 16 major topics.

History has 43 major topics.

Home Economics has 25 major topics.

Igbo 14 major topics.

Islamic Religious Knowledge / Studies (IRK) has 20 major topics.

Literature has 5 major topics.

Mathematics has 23 major topics.

Music has 27 major topics.

Physics has 8 major topics.

Beware Of examination fraud

Candidates, exam administrators, and other individuals are giving in to the urge to cheat on exams more frequently. Exam cheating is a criminal offense that carries a possible prison sentence. Penalties for those found guilty of examination malpractice are outlined in the Examination, Malpractices Decree of 1999.

The available penalties include a prison sentence of three to five years, a fine of $50,000 or more, or both. According to the decree, using an electronic device, impersonating someone else, conspiring with others to cheat or gain an unfair advantage for oneself or another, disrupting exams, acting inappropriately during an exam, disobeying supervisors, proctors, or agents of the examination body, forging result notifications, breaking a duty, conspiring, helping, and filing multiple applications are all considered criminal offenses.






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