If you’re wondering when JAMB 2023 is going to be, and where you’ll be writing, you’ve come to the right place.
Here are are the key things you need to know when preparing for the 2023 JAMB exam:
JAMB dates 2023 📆
The JAMB exam dates have been shifted a few times in 2023. These are the final dates release by the JAMBHQ twitter account.
- ✍🏾 Mock Exam dates: 16-30 March 2023
- 📝 Main UTME dates: 29 April – 12 May, 2023
How long is the JAMB exam? ⏰
- All UTME exams, regardless of subject, are 2 hours long.
- This means that when preparing for JAMB you should make sure you do timed practice questions — as you’ll definitely face time pressure on the exam day.
Where can I write JAMB? ✍🏾
- On the day you’ll write at a registered UTME centre.
- Here is the list of centres released by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.
How to prepare for JAMB exams 📚
- It’s common to feel really nervous before writing any exam. But this is what makes preparing correctly so important.
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- You can check out this article on how to study for JAMB using FoondaMate if you want more help with your studying! ❤️
What is the difference between JAMB and WAEC? 💭
- The WAEC and JAMB exams are administered by different boards.
- The WAEC exams are set by the West African Examinations Council.
- The JAMB exams are set by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.
- It is common for students to write both WAEC and JAMB. However, the combination of exams that you write will depend what you plan to study and which universities you plan to apply to. This is because some universities require WAEC only and some require WAEC and UTME. Others and require an additional Post-UTME exam to be written as well as the JAMB and WAEC.
- Make sure you’re writing the correct combination of exams for the courses you’ll apply for! 🙋🏾♀️