JAMB

How is JAMB 2022/2023 Going To Be

Most candidates who want to write 2022 JAMB is willing to know how the exam is going to be in 2022. The truth is that most of the things you want to know is about:

First, The Joint Admissions And Matriculation Board (JAMB) has promised to make the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) the best so far. In one of their bulletin released, the board said it is reasonable to expect that 2022 might turn out to be a very engaging year as most of the Board’s pre- examination activities are starting late owing to some circumstances beyond its control. However, the board is ready to do all that is necessary not only to meet up with its schedules but also to make the 2022 UTME Registration and Examination the best so far.

Furthermore, the board has announced the date for the commencement of 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, UTME and Direct Entry, DE application documents. This means JAMB form will be out Saturday February 19, 2022. However, once the announcement is made, you will be informed via this platform.

It is important to let you know that the bullet point provided above is a link to some of the questions that you want answers to.

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JAMB 2022 FAQ

May I bring Food to test centre: Food is not allowed in the test centre

May I bring Cell Phone: Mobile phones are not allowed

May I bring notebook to the centre: Notebooks are not allowed

May I bring Calculator: Calculator will be provided on the screen on the examination day

Will all candidates write the exam at the same time: Each candidate will write the examination according to a schedule time

Would there be break during JAMB 2022: There is no break between the test

What if I am late for the testing appointment: If you arrive 30 minutes into the examination, you will not be allowed into the testing centre

Finally, all the information provided above are how JAMB 2022 is going to be.

Bolarinwa Olajire

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