You're probably in this thread because of the subject; well, now I've got your attention, let me put you through a few things... 1. Majority of these people who are advertising answers to JAMB questions are secret agent who work to scan out those dubious students who engage in exam malpractice. 2. If they're not secret agents, they might be dubious individuals who are seeking for fast means of making money, and by just offering you what you need, i.e. a fast an dishonest way of making it into the university, dupe you of your money, IF IT IS YOURS. 3. Even if they've somehow gotten hold of leaked questions, they might not solve the questions correctly, and thus, might supply you with incorrect answers. 4. OK, let's say that the answers are correct, and you go into the exam hall with it. Let's assume you get caught. What do you do? 5. Now, let's also assume that you go into the hall with the correct answers, you finish with your papers, make 'A' grades, and you're called to defend your paper, what will you do? 6. Or, assume you pass well but not too well to attract 'defense' of papers, and you're gone to the post-utme for your school; you're also going to use malpractice for that, right? 7. Or, Hey, you finish your exams, pass your post-utme, graduate from the uni (through dubious means, of course), but you're unable to show what talent you've got. 8. Or, there's still the rarest possibility that all went well, and no trace is there, you have a job now, you're doing well, etc... SO THERE, out of a possible 8 outcomes, only 1 is somewhat satisfying, not to mention the let-downs, other disadvantages not mentioned etc... i. IT is better to fail honorably, than to be caught cheating. ii. IT is better to write what you know, and fail, than to fail without writing what you know. iii. IT is more knowledge to use your time in reading, than to seek for help from some other person... iv. MY friend, I'm not an author yet, pls 'a word, they say, is enough for the wise'.