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Over 260,000 Candidates Gear Up for JAMB’s Mock-UTME on March 7, 2024

In a major prelude to the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is poised to oversee the examination of a staggering 260,249 candidates nationwide. The highly anticipated Mock-UTME is scheduled to take place on Thursday, March 7, 2024, marking a crucial step in the academic journey for aspiring tertiary institution students.

The announcement comes on the heels of the Board’s completion of the 2023 UTME registration process on Monday, February 26, 2024. With meticulous planning and transparent communication, JAMB is making strides in ensuring a smooth and efficient examination process for all participants.

Candidates have been advised by the Board’s spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, to print their notification slips, a crucial document that provides essential details such as examination centers, venues, and the timing of the exam. The notification slips can be accessed through the official JAMB website (https://www.jamb.gov.ng) by clicking on the 2024 Mock-UTME option in the MENU section and inputting their registration number.

To maintain the integrity of the examination, JAMB has emphasized the importance of candidates arriving at their designated centers one hour prior to the commencement of the exam for biometric verification. The Board is committed to upholding the standards and traditions associated with the main examination, ensuring that the Mock-UTME mirrors the actual testing conditions.

In a stern warning against malpractice, candidates have been reminded to abstain from any activities that could compromise the examination process. The Mock-UTME, like the main UTME, will be conducted under strict supervision and CCTV coverage. Prohibited items, including wristwatches, calculators, flash drives, and phones, are strictly forbidden in the examination halls.

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Introduced in 2017, the Mock-UTME serves a dual purpose, providing JAMB with the opportunity to test innovative features and assess readiness for the main examination. Additionally, it offers candidates a chance to familiarize themselves with the Computer-Based Testing (CBT) environment, particularly those less acquainted with computer usage.

As candidates gear up for this significant step in their academic journey, JAMB’s commitment to a fair, transparent, and technologically advanced examination process remains steadfast. The Mock-UTME serves as a crucial milestone, ensuring that candidates are well-prepared for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the pursuit of higher education.

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