This is the Latest JAMB News For UTME 2022 Exam Wednesday, February 2nd 2022
Good day 2022 JAMB Applicants, here are the Latest JAMB News For UTME 2022 Exam Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022, on GoldenNewsNg.
JAMB Registration 2022 Starting Date, Jamb Fee, Direct Entry (DE), Jamb Deadline & Jamb Examination Date
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that registration for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry (UTME/DE) registration will commence on February 12 and last until March 19, 2022.
Feeling uneasy about JAMB is natural but it becomes worse and deteriorates when aspirants lack due information. In the article you will get to know about the following and more;
The JAMB UTME exams will hold from on the 20th to 30th April 2022″
The JAMB Mock examination will hold on the 20th of April 2022.
National Identity Card registration is a mandatory requirement for people that want to register for JAMB.
The closing date for the 2022 JAMB online registration is 19th of March, 2022.
Which Novel Is JAMB Using For 2022
JAMB novel for 2022/2023 is The life changer by Khadija Abubakar Jalli.
The life changer is a compulsory novel for all those writing 2022 UTME.
JAMB ELIGIBILITY CHECKER
Candidates are advised to check their eligibility for chosen programmes and institutions on ibass.jamb.gov.ng. It is important that candidates check the requirements before commencing the application process. The eligibility checker assists candidates with options of programmes (courses) based on their qualifications.
The Free JAMB Past Questions and Answers we have provided will help or serve as a learning tools to get you prepared for the task (exam) ahead and also to give you an insight on the type of questions you will be expecting at the examination hall.
JAMB Free Past Questions and Answers has been made available courtesy of GoldenNewsNg for public download in PDF from the year 1983 till the current year
2022 JAMB REGISTRATION, MAIN EXAM & MOCK EXAM TIMETABLE DATES (UTME & DE)
|1.||Mock Registration||12th February to 19th March, 2022|
|2.||Registration of UTME and DE simultaneously||12th February to 19th March, 2022|
|3.||Mock Examination||2nd April, 2022|
|4.||UTME Examination||20th to 30th April, 2022|
GoldenNewsNg reports that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has introduced Computer Studies and Physical and Health Education as part of its UTME subjects.
GoldenNewsNg reports that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is to hold this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) from May 6 to May 16, 2022, it was announced on Saturday afternoon.
In view of the above, GoldenNewsNg has compiled 5 Important Rules For Answering Jamb Exam 2022 Questions.
One of the things I noted about JAMB questions is that they usually look easy but they are actually complex. That is exactly why you must read and understand every question. If it is possible, take 20 minutes of the 45 minutes you have for every question to read and understand.
How to Generate JAMB Profile Code via USSD | New
To get your JAMB profile code via USSD dial *55019*1*NIN (National Identification Number) # and send to generate the 10-Digit unique profile code.
After procuring your JAMB 10-Digit profile code you have to proceed to purchase your JAMB e-PIN online using your Mobile phone.
JAMB Change of Course & Institution Guidelines 2021/2022
1. This advisory must be carefully read and implemented alongside the decisions taken during a zoom meeting held on July 16, 2021 with CBT centres, JAMB State Coordinators and Partners on the introduction of the use of OTP in place of biometrics verification.
2. The Board introduced the use of OTP (one Time Password) which is sent to a candidate’s registered phone number in place of biometrics verification to prevent the spread of the Covid-19. The OTP must be presented before correction of data can be carried out on the candidate’s UTME/DE registration.
3. Some candidates claim they no longer have access to the same SIM which they registered with for the UTME/DE.
4. The following is the process of how such a candidate can be allowed to effect correction of data on his/her UTME/DE registration.
a. The candidate must approach any of the JAMB Offices in person (not by proxy) as this service can only be carried out in JAMB Offices/Professional Test Centres (PTCs) Nationwide;
b. At the JAMB Office, the candidate should supply any of registration number, email and GSM number which the candidate used to register for the UTME or DE;c. The JAMB Official attending to the candidate directs the system to RESEND the OTP through email;
d. The candidate goes and prints a copy of the email which contain the OTP;
e. The candidate affixes a copy of his/her passport photograph to the printed email and presents it to the JAMB Official;
f. The JAMB Official after confirming that the same person whose picture is affixed on the printed email is the same person whose picture is displayed on the screen proceeds to complete the correction of data.
g. A copy of the printed email with the candidate’s affixed passport must be retained at the JAMB Office for any candidate whose correction of data was carried out with OTP sent through email.
h. All subsisting COVID-19 protocols must be fully observed.
NOTE: ON NO ACCOUNT SHOULD CORRECTION OF DATA BE DONE BY PROXY.