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JAMB New Exam Date | 2024 UTME Exam Date Updated

Hey there, future university students! We’ve got some news for you regarding the 2024 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). So, grab a seat and let’s dive into the details.

New Exam Dates: 19th – 29th April 2024

The JAMB UTME, initially set to kick off earlier, has a fresh date now – mark your calendars for 19th to 29th April 2024. Yes, you heard it right! The decision was announced in Abuja by the board’s Head of Public Affairs.

Mock-UTME on 7th March 2024

But wait, there’s more! A Mock-UTME is in the cards for 7th March 2024. Wondering what this is about? Well, it’s like a practice round to help both the board and you, future test-taker, get a feel for the main Computer-Based Test (CBT).

Why the Change?

Now, you might be wondering why the shift in dates. The board aims to accommodate some crucial national duties, ensuring that no citizen is left out from fulfilling their civic duties. Additionally, this adjustment allows universities with solid academic calendars to resume as planned.

What’s Next?

As the 2024 JAMB UTME draws near, the board promises to keep working closely with government agencies to provide you, the candidates, with the best possible experience.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Why was the JAMB UTME date changed?

  • The date change was necessary to accommodate national duties and ensure that all citizens can fulfill their civic responsibilities without any hindrance.
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2. What is Mock-UTME, and should I participate?

  • Mock-UTME is a practice test to give you a feel for the real CBT. It’s a great opportunity to prepare yourself for the main exam, so participating is highly recommended.

3. Will there be any more changes to the exam schedule?

  • As of now, the board has finalized the new dates. However, it’s always a good idea to stay updated by checking official announcements from JAMB.

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