Jamb Mock Exam – Here are all the things candidates should know. JAMB Mock-UTME 2023 is fast approaching. It has been known to us that 176,408 candidates will be participating in the exam. There are a few things you need to know to prepare more for the Jamb Mock Exam. Carefully read through this page to see all you need to know for the examination. But a summary of it is that the candidate must print a notification slip and arrive early for the biometric screening, and comply with her JAMB policies, including the prohibited items list. By following these tips, candidates can focus on doing their best on the exam. Below are more things you need to know to prepare for the exam.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that 176,408 applicants will take this year’s optional Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Mock-UTME). Below are more things you need to know to prepare for the exam.
Frequently Asked Questions about Jamb Mock Slip
- How do I check my JAMB Mock slip? You can check your mock slip via this link (Click here to check your mock slip)
- How can I see my JAMB mock exam date and center? Your mock date and center will be displayed on your mock slip.
Exam Notification Slip
Candidates who registered for the Mock Examination should print their Jamb Mock Exam Slip. The Slip will grant them access to the examination number. The slip also contains other important information like the candidate’s registration number, examination venue, date, and time, allowing them to locate their centers with ease. Candidates who are yet to print their Mock Slip can do that here (Click here)
Be Punctual to Meet up with Biometric Verification
You should know that JAMB is committed to a No-Zero tolerance, and you don’t want to fall victim to their embarrassment. By this point, you are expected to be at the exam venue one hour before time.
JAMB Prohibited Items in Examination Centers.
To ensure a smooth examination process, candidates must avoid bringing prohibited items such as wristwatches, calculators, flash drives, and phones into the examination halls. Additionally, JAMB warns against the application of “laale,” or fancied drawings and paintings on the hands, as this can interfere with the whorls of the fingers and impede biometric verification.