Muslim League Holds Mock For 206 Pupils In Kwara

Date: 2024-03-11

A total of 206 pupils from 14 Muslim schools have written the 2024 mock common entrance assessment examination in Kwara State.

The examination was conducted by the League of Muslim Schools Proprietors Worldwide and aimed at providing the students the opportunity to secure admission into various private Muslim schools across the nation.

In his remarks during the event held in Ilọrin, the state coordinator of the league, Ustaz Hassan Mustapha Taiye Agaka, said the exam serves as a crucial entrance assessment for admission into Junior Secondary School one (JSS1) in private schools.

“This exam enables schools to gauge the capabilities of their pupils and adequately prepare them for future national entrance examinations.”

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