The aim of the JAMB mock exam for 2020/2021 is to prepare both candidates and CBT centers for the UTME by helping to detect and solve and possible hitches that may occur during the examination. This post will provided details on JAMB 2020 Mock exam dates, registration, slip reprint date and more.
JAMB has accredited CBT centers across Nigeria for the 2020 UTME exercise, these CBT centres are also well equipped with all the necessary electronic devices that will be required for the CBT exams which is scheduled to begin in March 2020.
JAMB Mock 2020 Exam Date
The JAMB Mock 2020 exams will commence on the 18th of February 2020. Candidates are to note that the mock exams are optional and only persons who register early are eligible to write the exams. Any student who wishes to take part in the mock exams are to indicate their interest during the registration.
JAMB Mock 2020 Registration
Registration for JAMB Mock 2020/2021 examination begins 13th January to 1st February 2020. The deadline for mock registration will not the extended, therefore candidates are advises to registered within this period.
How to Register for JAMB Mock 2020 Exams
Registration for the mock exams can be done in accredited JAMB CBT centres nationwide, to register simply visit an accredited CBT centre nearest to you.
Non-JAMB CBT Centres are allowed to collect, through their bank accounts, a separate Seven Hundred Naira (₦700) only, for mock exercise from only interested candidate(s) after notification of centre has been received by the candidate(s). The payment for mock examination by the candidate shall be made to the centre to which the candidate is assigned after the notification of assigned centres for the mock examination. No Association or body is permitted to run any mock examination on behalf of JAMB.
DO NOT PAY FOR MOCK UNTIL JAMB ASSIGNS YOU TO A CBT CENTRE. NO ONE SHOULD PATRONIZE FRAUDSTERS. ONLY JAMB ACCREDITED CBT CENTRES CAN DO VALID REGISTRATION AND SERVE AS EXAMINATION CENTRES.
How to Reprint JAMB MOCK SLIP for 2020
JAMB UTME candidates will be notified via SMS and Email on when to print their JAMB mock slips online. The exam date, time and centre for the CBT will be displayed on the JAMB Slip.
Follow the easy steps below to print your JAMB mock slip successfully.
1. Go to JAMB mock slip reprint page by clicking http://jamb.org.ng/efacility/checkmockcentre
2. Enter your JAMB Registration Number/Email Address
3. Click on “Check My Details”
Is Mock exam Compulsory?
No. JAMB has reminded all UTME candidates that the mock examination is NOT compulsory.
Past Question and Answers for JAMB Mock exam – 2020/2021
JAMB mock exam for 2020/2021 will help students prepare for UTME. The questions listed below are some JAMB Mock past questions for all subjects in PDF format. These question are meant for practical purpose only.
- JAMB Use of English Past Question
- JAMB Past Question for Mathematics
- JAMB Past Question for Accounting
- JAMB Past Question for Commerce
- JAMB Past Question for Chemistry
- JAMB Past Question for Economics
- JAMB Past Question for Literature
- JAMB Past Question for Agric
- JAMB Past Question for CRK
- JAMB Past Question for Geography
- JAMB Past Question for Government
- JAMB Past Question for Biology
- JAMB Past Question for Physics
How to Check Mock Result on JAMB Portal
JAMB often releases the mock result days after the exam. Candidates who sat for the mock exams can check their results on the JAMB portal using the steps below.
- Login the JAMB Portal on www.JAMB.org.ng
- Enter your registration number or email used for registration
- Click “Check Mock 2020 Result”
- Your result will display on the screen.
JAMB List of Prohibited Devices
JAMB has provided a list of banned items which candidates will not be allowed to bring into the examination hall. Below are the items.
- Electronic devices such as:
- spy reading glasses
- ear piece
- bluetooth devices
- hard disk and other similar storage devices
- smart lenses
- books or any reading/writing material
- ink/pen readers
- key holders
- ATM cards
- smart rings/jewelries
The bulletin partly states: “to ensure that the board’s examinations meet best global practice, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has prohibited the use of the following items during examinations.
“Candidates are hereby advised in their best interest not to bring these items close to the examination venue. Any breach of this directive would bar the candidates from taking the examination.”
JAMB’s spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin disclosed that some candidates who breached the directive and brought some of the devices to the hall last year were caught and handed over to security agencies.