The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board introduced the JAMB mock exam in March 2017. It came with a lot of challenges.
However, they have improved over the years. It is not only helpful to candidates, but it also shows them how prepared they are for the exam.
We have curated a list of 19 things candidates need to know about the JAMB mop-up or mock exam this year.
19 Things Candidates Should Know JAMB Mock Exam in 2023
- The JAMB mock is not the same as the JAMB mop-up exam.
- The exam is not compulsory.
- You can only register for it during the JAMB registration.
- The mock is not harder than JAMB; instead, it is more straightforward.
- Only UTME candidates can do the exam, not DE.
- If you did not choose the mock exam during registration, there is no other way to register.
- Your score in the main exam won’t be added to the main JAMB score.
- The mock exam will be done before the main exam.
- The JAMB mock exam is not free. You are going to pay 700 naira on your exam day.
- The exam is done in one day; once you miss it, it’s gone.
- There are no penalties for missing the mock exam.
- If this is your first time doing JAMB, I recommend registering for it.
- The questions you meet in your mock exam won’t be repeated in the main exam.
- The exam will give you a first-hand experience of how the main exam is going to be.
- Your score is over 400, just like in the main exam. You are sitting for the 4 subjects you registered for.
- To know your mock exam date, center & time, you must print your slip on the JAMB portal.
- It would be best if you took your exam slip to the CBT center on your exam day. Without it, you can’t enter the exam hall.
- The JAMB mock exam results are usually released a few days later.
- You are to pay the exam fee to the Center on your exam day, be wise, and don’t be a victim to scammers!
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This post explains everything you need to know about the JAMB mock exam in 2023.
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