The date for the JAMB Mock Examination has been rescheduled. Typically, this exam happens before the UTME. If you’ve registered for the 2024 Mock Exam, continue reading to find the specific date below.
JAMB will also be organizing a mock examination at all accredited CBT centers. This aims to help interested candidates become familiar with the CBT environment.
Before you proceed on Ngschoolboard, it’s a good idea to gain some understanding of JAMB. This will be helpful as you continue reading.
The JAMB Mock Examination is an annual pre-examination held by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) specifically for UTME candidates before the main Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
It serves as a practice test for JAMB candidates, helping them prepare for the UTME.
If you’ve been curious about JAMB Mock and want to understand how it works and what you should know, this beginner’s guide is here to help. We will explain the purpose of the JAMB Mock, provide insights into this year’s Mock exam, and answer some frequently asked questions about it.
JAMB 2024 Mock Examination Date
Candidates who wish to participate in the mock examination should express their interest at the time of registration, provided that they complete their registration on or before the deadline of Saturday, April 24, 2024.
The scheduled date for the MOCK examination is Thursday, June 3, 2024.
Please take note that Non-JAMB CBT Centres are permitted to collect a separate fee of Seven Hundred Naira (₦700) only from candidates who express interest in the mock exercise. This payment should be made to the bank account of the respective CBT centers after candidates have received notification of their assigned centers for the mock examination.
It is essential to emphasize that no association or entity is authorized to conduct any Mock examination on behalf of JAMB.
Therefore, it is strongly recommended that candidates refrain from making payments for the mock exam until JAMB officially assigns them to a CBT center. Avoid engaging with fraudulent individuals or entities. Only JAMB-accredited CBT centres can serve as legitimate examination venues.
To reiterate, interested candidates should indicate their desire to participate in the mock examination during their registration process.
How to Print JAMB Mock Exam Slip
To print your JAMB Mock Examination Slip, follow these steps:
Option 1: Via Email
Check your registered email address for your exam slip. If you don’t see it in your inbox, please check your Junk/Spam E-mail folder in case it was delivered there instead of your inbox.
Once you’ve located the email containing your exam slip, proceed to any cyber cafe or business center to print it out.
Option 2: Via the JAMB Mock Exam Slip Printing Portal
Visit the JAMB Mock exam slip printing portal at https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/ExamSlipPrinting/PrintMockExaminationSlip.
In the required column, provide either your JAMB registration number or your email address.
Click on the ‘Print Examination Slip’ button to access and print your Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination slip.
Please note that the mock exam is a practice session for candidates who want to get a feel for what to expect during the actual examinations.
Why Take the Mock UTME?
The Mock UTME is a chance for candidates to get acquainted with the Computer-Based Test (CBT) format used in the UTME and DE exams. It also acts as a practice session for candidates to discover and tackle any difficulties they might face in the real exams.
Here’s what you need to know about JAMB Mock in 2024:
Not Compulsory: Participating in the JAMB Mock is optional, but it offers several benefits.
No Question Repetition: The questions in the JAMB Mock are different from those in the main UTME; they are not repeated.
Familiarization: The main goal of the JAMB Mock Examination 2024 is to help candidates become familiar with the UTME test format.
Not Mandatory: Taking the JAMB mock exam is not a requirement for sitting the Main UTME Examination this year.
Scores Separated: Your JAMB mock exam result for 2024/2025 will not be included in your Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) score.
Flexibility: If you initially registered for the JAMB mock exam but later changed your mind, there are no penalties for opting out.
No Remedies for Missed Exam: If you miss the JAMB Mock Examination, there are no options for remedy.
Completely Free: Importantly, the JAMB mock exam is entirely free, and you should not pay any money to a CBT Centre, outside the 700 Naira.
How to Prepare and Pass Jamb Mock 2024
To successfully pass the JAMB Mock UTME, a combination of preparation, strategy, and focus is essential. Here are some tips to guide you:
Understand the Exam Format: Take practice tests and review the types of questions typically asked in CBT exams to become familiar with the format.
Create a Study Plan: Develop a study plan that suits your needs and adhere to it. Allocate specific time daily to study subjects covered in the exam.
Review Past Questions: Examine past JAMB questions and answers to understand question patterns and wording conventions.
Manage Your Time: During the mock exam, practice time management. Start with the easier questions and move on to the more challenging ones.
Know the Marking Scheme: Understand the marking scheme of the JAMB Mock UTME to gauge how many correct answers are needed to pass.
Prioritize Rest and Exercise: Proper rest and regular exercise can boost your focus and energy levels during the exam.
Mental Preparation: Mentally prepare yourself by envisioning success in the exam and staying calm under pressure.
Take Mock Tests: As the name suggests, mock tests are simulations of the actual JAMB exam. Take as many mock tests as possible to familiarize yourself with the exam environment.
Keep in mind that JAMB policies may change, so it’s advisable to check the official JAMB website or contact them directly for the latest and most accurate information. Good luck with your JAMB Mock UTME!
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