JAMB Form 2023 Price And Closing Date

As we are getting closer to another UTME, many candidates who are preparing for the 2024 exam wants to know the price for JAMB form 2024, when the registration will commence, and the closing date for the form.

Currently, the board has announced the date for the commencement of the exam and the implication is that how much JAMB form will cost for the 2024 examination has been determined.

The form will be sold for three thousand and five hundred naira only and some amount will be added to it. Other charges include compulsory reading text fee (The Life Changer” by Khadija Abubakar Jali for UTME and DE Candidates) and service charge, so the total amount is six thousand and two hundred naira (N6,200). This price is for candidates not sitting for MOCK. But candidates who are interested in writing JAMB mock, you will pay N7,700. For foreign candidates they are to pay twenty dollars ($30).

Read: JAMB Exam Date

JAMB Form Price

Check the table below for the cost of JAMB form:

ItemsAmount (₦)
Registration Fee
Compulsory Reading Text
Service Charge for Registration
CBT centre – Examination Fee

Foreign Centres: $30.

In addition, once the form is announced, it always takes like six (6) to seven (7) weeks before the JAMB form closes i.e. close to two months. It is always advisable to register on time before the registration window closes to avoid waiting for another year.

In conclusion, this article will be properly updated once the form is out in order to inform you about the price and the closing date.

JAMB Form Deadline

JAMB registrar has announced the deadline for JAMB 2024 registration. The form will close on Monday, 26nd February 2024. The implication is that any candidate that fails to register before this said date won’t participate in the 2024 UTME.

Read: How to buy and register for JAMB form

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