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JAMB is ready for 2023 mock, candidates advised to be at their centres one hour before exam
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that preparations for the 2023 UTME mock exam, scheduled to hold on March 30th, 2023, are now complete. The Board has recently conducted a training exercise to update its technical staff on the latest innovations put in place for the seamless conduct of both the Mock-UTME and the main UTME exams.
According to the Board, printing of the mock exam slips has already commenced. It is therefore advised that candidates who registered for the mock exam should proceed to check their registered email addresses for information regarding their exam centres and other important details.
JAMB has also assured all candidates that the mock exam will be a simulation of the actual UTME, and that it is designed to prepare candidates for the main exam. The Board therefore urges all candidates to take advantage of the mock exam to prepare adequately and improve their chances of performing well in the main UTME.
Candidates are strongly advised by the Board to arrive at their designated examination centres at least one hour before the scheduled start time for biometric verification. The Board emphasizes that the scheduled start time for the examination is strictly observed and urges candidates to plan accordingly. In addition, JAMB reiterates its zero-tolerance policy for exam malpractice and warns that any candidate caught engaging in such acts will face severe consequences.
JAMB Trains 650 Technical Officers, Says Notification Slips Ready For Printing
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has trained 650 technical officers ahead of the 2023 Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). The purpose of the training is to update the technical staff’s knowledge on the innovations put in place for the seamless conduct of the 2023 Mock-UTME and the main UTME. The training and the examination are considered a validity test to recertify JAMB’s entire technical staff, ensuring that only the best hands are deployed for the 2023 exercise. JAMB conducts training, examination, and certification every year to enlist only qualified staff for the exercise. The Registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, made this known at the virtual training session coordinated from the Board’s National Headquarters in Bwari, Abuja.
Scoring high in JAMB UTME requires a combination of effective study techniques, time management, and test-taking strategies. Here are some top secrets to help you score high in JAMB UTME 2023:
- Start early: Start preparing for the exam early. Don’t wait until the last minute to start studying. Give yourself enough time to cover all the topics and practice past questions.
- Understand the exam format: Knowing the format of the exam will help you prepare better. Familiarize yourself with the number of questions, time allocated, and the type of questions to expect.
- Create a study plan: Develop a study plan that works for you. Allocate enough time to each subject and topic, and ensure that you stick to the plan.
- Use the right study materials: Use textbooks, past questions, and other recommended materials to study. Focus on the recommended syllabus.
- Practice past questions: Practicing past questions will help you understand the format of the exam and the type of questions to expect. It will also help you identify areas where you need to improve.
- Take mock tests: Take mock tests to simulate the real exam. This will help you build your test-taking skills and improve your speed and accuracy.
- Manage your time: Time management is critical during the exam. Learn to allocate your time effectively to each question and avoid spending too much time on a particular question.
- Stay calm and focused: On the exam day, stay calm and focused. Don’t panic if you encounter difficult questions. Take your time and read the questions carefully before attempting to answer them.
- Eat well and get enough rest: Ensure that you eat well and get enough rest before the exam. Being well-rested and nourished will help you perform better.
- Jamb CBT
Our research has shown that a significant factor contributing to the failure of many JAMB candidates is their lack of familiarity with the computer-based testing (CBT) format.
To Print Jamb Mock Slip in 2023, simply follow the steps below:
- Visit the JAMB portal at https://efacility.jamb.gov.ng/printmockexaminationslip
- Click on the “2023 Mock-UTME” link on the menu button
- Input your registration number
- Click on “Print Mock Examination Slip”
The notification slip contains important information such as the candidate’s registration number, examination venue, date, and time. Candidates are advised to be at their designated examination centers one hour before the examination for biometric verification.