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JAMB Latest News and Updates Today, March 6, 2024

This article provides a summary of the latest news and updates from the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as of March 6, 2024. It covers the mock exam, the main exam, the admission guidelines, and other relevant information for candidates and stakeholders.

JAMB UTME Registration Date 2024Concluded, started on 15th January 2024 and ended on 26th January 2024
JAMB Direct Entry Registration Date 2024Started on 28th February 2024 and will end on 28th March 2024
JAMB Mock Exam Date 2024Thursday 7th March 2024
JAMB UTME Slip Reprinting Date 2024Friday 12th April 2024
JAMB UTME Exam Date 2024Friday 19th April 2024 to Monday 29th April 2024
JAMB UTME Result Release Date 2024Tuesday 30th April 2024
Important JAMB 2024 Updates

JAMB Latest News and Updates Today, March 6, 2024

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is the body responsible for conducting the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and the Direct Entry (DE) for admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Every year, millions of candidates register and sit for the UTME/DE, which is a prerequisite for gaining admission into various degree programmes. In this article, we will review the latest news and updates from JAMB as of March 6, 2024, and what they mean for candidates and stakeholders.

JAMB Mock Exam Scheduled for Tomorrow, Thursday 7th March 2024

Port Harcourt, Nigeria – March 6, 2024: The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) wishes to remind all registered candidates that the mock examination will be held tomorrow, Thursday, March 7th, 2024.

Candidates are advised to arrive at their designated examination centers early to avoid any last-minute delays. Please remember to bring your JAMB registration slip and a valid means of identification.

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We wish all candidates the very best in their mock exam!

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Date: Thursday, March 7th, 2024
  • Time: Arrive early to your designated examination center according to the specific instructions provided during registration.
  • What to bring:
    • JAMB registration slip (printed or downloaded)
    • Valid means of identification (e.g., National ID card, international passport, voter’s card)
  • Dress code: Dress modestly and comfortably. Avoid wearing any clothing or jewelry that could be considered disruptive or give you an unfair advantage.
  • Calculators: Only scientific calculators approved by JAMB are permitted.

Benefits of participating in the mock exam:

  • Practice under exam conditions: Get used to the computer-based testing format, including the interface, time management, and navigation.
  • Identify areas for improvement: Analyze your performance and identify areas where you may need to focus your remaining preparation efforts.
  • Reduce test anxiety: Familiarize yourself with the testing environment, which can help alleviate anxiety and improve your performance on the actual exam day.

Remember: The mock exam is optional and does not affect your main JAMB UTME eligibility. However, it’s highly recommended for all registered candidates to participate to maximize their chances of success.

JAMB wishes all candidates the very best in their mock exam!

Foundation Awards Scholarships to 17 Top-Performing JAMB Students in Kaduna, Promoting Academic Excellence and Equal Opportunities

The Caleb Danladi Foundation has recently announced the award of scholarships to 17 exceptional students who demonstrated outstanding performance in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations held in 2023. This significant initiative aims to empower the youth by providing them with the means to pursue higher education at various tertiary institutions in Kaduna.

The announcement was made during a press conference in Kaduna, where Monday Gyubok, the representative of the Caleb Danladi Foundation, highlighted the foundation’s commitment to promoting academic excellence and ensuring that educational opportunities are accessible to all, especially those from less privileged backgrounds. Gyubok emphasized that the scholarships not only cover academic expenses but also aim to alleviate the financial burden faced by many prospective students.

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The Caleb Danladi Foundation has been actively involved in supporting students throughout the JAMB registration process, consistently working to remove financial barriers that may hinder students’ educational aspirations. This latest initiative reinforces the foundation’s dedication to empowering the next generation and fostering a culture of academic achievement.

Mr. Gyubok commended the foundation’s commitment to education and urged the scholarship recipients to become exemplary ambassadors, leveraging their education to make positive contributions to society. He emphasized the transformative power of education in shaping individuals who can drive positive change in their communities.

Ibrahim Moses, speaking on behalf of the scholarship recipients, expressed heartfelt gratitude for the foundation’s unwavering support. He acknowledged that the scholarships provided a vital lifeline, allowing them to embark on their educational journey with confidence and determination. Moses emphasized that the foundation’s gesture serves as a beacon of hope for aspiring scholars, inspiring them to aim for new heights and become agents of positive change in their communities.


The Caleb Danladi Foundation’s commitment to supporting education and fostering academic excellence continues to have a profound impact on the lives of young Nigerians. As these 17 scholarship recipients embark on their educational journey, the foundation’s investment in their future is poised to yield positive returns for both the individuals and the communities they will serve.

Over 260,000 Candidates Set to Take JAMB’s Mock-UTME on March 7, 2024

In a significant milestone for aspiring tertiary education students, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is gearing up to conduct the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) on Thursday, March 7, 2024. A staggering 260,249 candidates across the nation are set to participate in this crucial assessment, marking a crucial step in their academic journey.

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The completion of the 2023 UTME registration on Monday, February 26, 2024, paved the way for the upcoming examination. JAMB, through its spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, has issued a reminder to candidates to print their notification slips. These slips contain essential details such as examination centers, venues, and timings, providing candidates with the necessary information to navigate the examination process seamlessly.

To access their notification slips, candidates who registered for the 2024 optional mock-UTME are directed to visit the official JAMB website at https://www.jamb.gov.ng. By clicking on the 2024 Mock-UTME option in the MENU, candidates can input their registration numbers and retrieve their slips.

In emphasizing the importance of punctuality, JAMB has urged candidates to arrive at their respective examination centers at least one hour before the scheduled time. This early arrival facilitates the biometric verification process, an integral part of the examination protocol. JAMB reassures candidates that the mock-UTME will adhere to strict examination standards, including CCTV coverage, to ensure a fair and transparent assessment.

As a precautionary measure, candidates have been reminded to refrain from engaging in any form of examination malpractice, which could jeopardize the integrity of the process. Prohibited items, such as wristwatches, calculators, flash drives, and phones, should not be brought into the examination halls, as per JAMB’s guidelines.

The Mock-UTME, introduced in 2017, serves a dual purpose. It provides JAMB with the opportunity to test innovations and features intended for use in the main UTME while allowing candidates to familiarize themselves with the Computer-Based Test (CBT) environment. This is particularly beneficial for those who may not be accustomed to using computers and for those seeking hands-on experience with the CBT mode before the main examination.

As the nation anticipates this crucial examination, JAMB remains committed to ensuring a fair, transparent, and efficient process, setting the stage for the academic pursuits of thousands of candidates across the country.


In conclusion, JAMB has announced and implemented several policies and initiatives for the 2024/2025 academic session. These include the mock exam, the main exam, the admission guidelines, and the use of the National Identification Number (NIN) for registration. Candidates and stakeholders are advised to follow the JAMB website and other official channels for more information and updates. JAMB is committed to ensuring a credible, transparent, and inclusive examination and admission process for all candidates.

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