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How to Check your JAMB Mock Result for 2024

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the release of the results of the mock-unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME), which was held on Thursday, March 7, 2024. On Thursday, no fewer than 260,000 candidates sat for the 2024 JAMB mock examination.

Across 793 computer-based test centers in Nigeria, thousands of candidates participated in the mock UTME as 1.98 million registered candidates prepared for the 2024 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exams.

This article explains the steps to take to check the result for candidates who sat for the examination on March 7. If you are one of them, here’s how to check your JAMB mock exam result for 2024 upon release:pp

  1. Please ensure that you have your JAMB registration number handy, as it’s required for verification when checking your mock exam result.
  2. Visit the JAMB mock result portal here.
  3. Input your JAMB registration number.
  4. Click on the designated button to check your mock result.
  5. Your UTME mock result should now appear on the screen.
  6. Please carefully review and take note of your scores in each subject area as they are displayed on the screen, including additional relevant information related to your JAMB mock result.
  7. For documentation and reference purposes, students can either take a screenshot or print the page to have a copy of the mock result.

Note: For candidates who sat for the mock exam and encountered a message stating, “You did not sit for the mock examination,” Kindly exercise patience by visiting the portal after a while to check again.

According to JAMB, the 2024 UTME will commence on April 19, 2024, and end on April 29, 2024. The mock result is to guide your preparation for the main UTME; it does not count if you pass or fail the mock exam

The mock exam was introduced by JAMB to test the preparedness of its facilities and an opportunity for candidates to have hands-on experience in the Computer-Based Test (CBT) environment to assess their performance and readiness.

Candidates preparing for the 2024 UTME in April should go along with these important materials to ensure they do not encounter any challenge on the day of the examination:

In conclusion, we strongly advise candidates not to go to the examination venue with any electronic gadgets such as phones, smartwatches, etc.

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