2024 JAMB UTME Mock Exam: What Every Candidate Should Understand

The UTME mock examination, a preliminary exam spearheaded annually by JAMB, is a must-know for every candidate preparing for the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

This is an opportunity for interested candidates to indicate their willingness to participate during the initial UTME registration. The 2024 mock UTME is scheduled for Thursday, 7th March, 2024.

The motive for this mock exam is to provide candidates with an evaluation of their preparation level and familiarise them with the computer-based test environment.

Since its inception in 2017, the mock examination has been a boon for candidates unfamiliar with computer systems, as it provides an experiential understanding of the system.

This mock exam also allows JAMB to ensure the smooth operation of all systems across all centers before the main exam. It gives the CBT centers an insight into handling candidates during the main exam. Note that the printing of the 2024 UTME mock exam slip hasn’t begun yet. Once initiated, the mock exam slip will specify the venue and time for each eligible candidate. Updates on this will be provided on the Edunaija app.

Whether you’re taking the mock exam or not, the Edunaija JAMB CBT Mobile App for Android devices or JAMB CBT Software for computer systems can be useful. These tools replicate the JAMB’s main exam interface, allowing you to set your mock questions, test yourself, and gauge your readiness for the main exam. Don’t miss out, download the app or software today.

As JAMB’s mock exam approaches, here are some updates you can expect from Edunaija:

  1. Mock exam slip printing date and procedures
  2. Key points to note during the mock exam
  3. Live updates on the mock exam
  4. Post-exam experiences from candidates
  5. Potential mock exam questions

Remember to check edunaija.com.ng for these updates and much more. In the meantime, familiarise yourself with JAMB’s list of prohibited items in the exam hall and instructions on biometric verification.

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Salahdeen H.I is an author,educator,blogger, instructional designer and e-Learning developer

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