JAMB 2020 Mock Exam Slip Printing Begins | See How to Print Your Exam Slip

It is no longer news that the 2020 Mock Exam of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has been scheduled to hold on the 18th February, 2020.

See also: 2020 UTME Exam Dates
JAMB 2019 Mock Exam: Important Things to Note During the Exam
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JAMB has now activated the portal for the printing of UTME 2020 Mock exam slip. Candidates, who indicated interest to write the Mock Exam during the early registration period, can now print their exam slip for the mock exam, which is expected to hold on Feb 18th. The mock exam slip will indicate the venue and time of the exam for eligible candidates. JAMB may also likely send candidates their Mock Exam venue via SMS and email.

How to Print Your JAMB Mock Exam Slips

Check your registered email address for your exam slip (If not found in your inbox, please check your Junk/Spam E-mail folder just in case the slip got delivered there instead of your inbox). Then proceed to any cybercafe/business centre to print it out.

Alternative Method:

  1. Visit the JAMB Mock exam slip printing portal at https://www.jamb.org.ng/ExamSlipPrinting1/PrintMockExaminationSlip.
  2. Enter your JAMB registration number or email address in the required column.
  3. Then, click on ‘Print Examination Slip’ button to access/print your Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination slip.

Things to Note:

If you are among those that will be writing the exam, please do take this article serious as you may likely pick one or two things that will help you and other candidates in the main examination.

Also do not forget that other candidates that won't be participating in the exam are depending on you for updates and relevant information concerning the conduct of the mock exam. So please take note of everything that is happening in your centre and keep us updated.

While in the hall, please take note of everything;
1. Check if there are actually CCTV Cameras
2. Check if the systems are special in anyway (maybe if there's no mouse)
3. When you login to take an exam, check how the CBT environment is laid out.
4. Where is the time Located, Where are your Subject Navigation Located, Where are the Question Numbers Located, e.t.c.
5. Check if there is provision for the use of both Keyboard and Mouse
6. Check the time given for the exam
7. Check the number of questions given.
8. Finally check if there is anything new with the whole process.

Ensure you arrive your centre at least 30 minutes before your scheduled time.

If you are going to the exam with any of the banned items, ensure you keep them somewhere safe outside the hall to avoid being punished or disqualified.

All the best!


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