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On Thursday, 30th March, 2023, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) conducted the 2023 Mock-UTME in 725 centres across the nation. The Mock-UTME was introduced over six years ago, with the aim of providing JAMB with the opportunity to assess innovations that would be used for the main examination, as well as allowing candidates to have hands-on experiences in the CBT environment.
However, the exercise witnessed some hitches in a few centres, and some candidates were unable to sit the examination. JAMB has apologized for any inconvenience experienced by the affected candidates and has assured them that they will be rescheduled to sit the examination at a date to be announced later, at no cost to them.
The Board had, in a statement before the conduct of the 2023 exercise, disclosed that it would be introducing some new measures that had never been used before and would want to use the opportunity of the mock exercise to assess their functionality. The gains from the exercise cannot be quantified, as the Board has taken note of the challenges thrown up and has consequently been better placed to deliver a seamless UTME exercise come April 2023, in line with its projections.
JAMB would like to use this opportunity to thank the candidates and their parents for their understanding and pledges to ensure that the system for which their sacrifice is made is perfected. The Board expresses its appreciation to the candidates and their parents for their understanding and pledges to ensure that the system for which their sacrifice is made is perfected. The Board will continue to appeal to candidates and the general public for their understanding, as it would not relent in its efforts to devise new and better ways of enhancing the quality of large-scale assessments in Nigeria.
In conclusion, the exercise gave the Board a rare opportunity to fine-tune its process for better results. JAMB assures all candidates that it will look at all issues thrown up by the mock exercise and act accordingly for a better and enhanced exercise.
Looking ahead to the main examination in April 2023, JAMB is committed to delivering a world-class assessment exercise that is secure and reliable. The Board understands the importance of the UTME to candidates and their aspirations to gain admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. As such, JAMB will continue to prioritize the improvement of its services and the quality of its assessments.
JAMB encourages all candidates to continue their preparations for the main examination and to stay focused on their goals. The Board assures all candidates that it will continue to provide updates and information as necessary, and that it remains committed to ensuring a fair, transparent, and efficient admission process for all.
In conclusion, JAMB thanks all candidates for their cooperation during the Mock-UTME exercise, and encourages them to remain steadfast in their preparations for the main examination. With the lessons learned from the Mock-UTME, JAMB is confident that it will deliver a seamless and successful UTME exercise in April 2023.
JAMB 2023 Mock Exam – Live Updates
This is a live updates post for the JAMB 2023 Mock Exam, providing information on the happenings at various centres nationwide and serving as a means of updates for candidates who could not write the mock. It also offers an opportunity for candidates to learn vital information that may be useful during the main exam scheduled for April 29. Candidates are advised to check this post regularly for updates on the mock exam and to gain first-hand knowledge of any new technology that JAMB may have put in place for the 2023 UTME.