Are you considering seating for the Jamb examination? If yes, this is one page you should bookmark on your browser or keep refreshing to get all the important information needed for acing the exams. This page contains essential information about the JAMB and links to our JAMB resources that help you prepare for the JAMB efficiently.
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Below are quick links to all essential materials we have relating to the JAMB.
|Essential Information About the JAMB
|This is a link to the section on this page that covers all the essential information you need to know about the JAMB.
| The importance of having an exam syllabus to serve as a guide on topics you should read to prepare for the exam cannot be overemphasised.
The JAMB syllabus contains all the topics you should cover while preparing for your exams and what they expect you to learn from each topic which might be where questions will come.Get your JAMB syllabus via the link to the left of this row to help you create an effective reading schedule that will lead to exam success.
|JAMB Past Questions
| Past questions are important when seating for any examination including JAMB as it helps you get a glimpse to the questions to expect.
We have past questions of different JAMB subjects for you to explore. The best thing is that you can download these questions on your personal computer or mobile phones and use them wherever you go. To get access to the past questions, click on the link to the left of this row.
|Definitive Guide on How to Pass the JAMB
| It is normal for students preparing for JAMB to get overwhelmed by their study materials or negative information they’ve heard about the examination.
However, knowing the rules that could help you get a high JAMB score will come in handy. Therefore, take advantage of this definite guide to find out the rules and excel in your exam.
|Common Reasons Why Students Fail the JAMB
| Is it your first time taking JAMB exam or you’ve been unsuccessful in your previous attempts, this article will help you understand the reason why most students fail and how to avoid it.
You’ll discover the reasons why reading might not be enough to help you get that high score and the importance of preparing on time. Start your discovery by clicking on the link to the left of this row.
|Failed the Jamb? Here’s What to Do to Fix It
| It is painful to discover you’ve failed an exam you put in so much effort to pass. But is there a possibility you didn’t put in so much effort as you ought to or you were doing the wrong things?
Anyway, in this article, you will discover the various options you have to fix your JAMB failure and prepare for greater heights. Check it out via the link to the left of this row.
About The JAMB
The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board Exams founded in 1978 is an examination board in Nigeria. The first registrar for the exam was Mr Saidu who served from its inception until 1986. The current registrar is Is-haq Oloyede.
JAMB has the responsibility of conducting UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination) for students who want to gain admission into Nigerian Universities (public and private), polytechnics, or college of educations.
Candidates can only be eligible to seat for the exam if they can provide their WAEC (West African Examination Council or NECO (National Examination Council) exam certificate.
Formerly, JAMB had conducted their exams through the use of question paper and answer sheets but has since changed to computer based in 2013. Introducing CBT was to check examination malpractices and improve the computer literacy of students. Although introduced in 2013, they not make it compulsory until 2015.
The cut off mark of the exam for those who want to gain admission into the university is 180 while those who want to go through the polytechnic is 160.
JAMB Test Dates
JAMB fixes its test dates around March but can get shifted depending on the socio-political condition of the country.
The mock JAMB exams is conducted before the real one to enable students have a feel of the exam and help them prepare better for the real one. The JAMB mock exam holds `about three weeks before the main exams to give JAMB enough time to prepare the materials needed for the main exam.
Both the mock and main exam takes about a week to conduct considering the number of students that registered for it. If you do not register early enough for the exams, there is the chance you’ll get posted to a place far away from your residence to take the exams since centres close to home have gotten filled up already.
So if you plan on taking the exams, you must register early to save a seat and avoid spending extra money on transportation and accommodation.
Last page update:19/04/2019