JAMB: Guidelines for Saturday’s mock UTME exam released
The Joint Admissions & Matriculation Board (JAMB) have suspended registrationis for the ongoing 2017 UTME Examination,
This was done to enable candidates who are taking part in the 2017 UTME Mock Examination set to hold today Saturday, April 8, 2017 For JAMB candidates
The guidelines released the body said will enable prospecting candiadte take part in the mock exercise at CBT Centres on Saturday.
According to JAMB’s guidelines,candidates for the mock examination are to check for their examination venue, time using either registration number or e-mail address on here.
Email and text messages have been sent also to candidates.
Candidates would be admitted to their respective centres by the e-slip
JAMB Registrar, Prof Is-haq Oloyede made the announcement at a meeting with ‘internal stakeholders’ in Abuja yesterday.
He said the mock exams which would take place nationwide were meant to prepare candidates for the real exams. Only candidates that paid for the mock test were eligible to sit.
Oloyede said the challenges being faced by candidates in the beginning of the UTME registration exercise was resolved.
He said about one million UTME candidates were registered as at yesterday.
See Possible Questions From JAMB 2017 UTME New Novel “In Dependence”
- Modupe and Tayo always visit where at dark hours
A. Lebanese Cinema
B. Hill’s Club
C. Auvergne’s Theatre
D. Las Palmas de Club
- “Here is some money for the ladies”; The speaker here is ________
A. Uncle Kayode
B. Yusuf(Tayo’s friend)
C. Mr. Adeniyi Ajayi
D. Uncle B
- It was said in the letter written to Inspector Adeniyi Ajayi, that Tayo met King Olav’s son from ________
A. South Africa
Mr. Ike Nwandi, studies _______ abroad
D. Modern Languages
What was Uncle Kayode’s job rank before his return from Abroad?
A. FBI agent
C. Senior Army Officer
No options for the following;
A simile embroidered to qualify Mr. Ajayi’s silver car was Answer: It was glistened like a fresh river fish
Before Tayo’s travel, He presumed that Uncle Bola held Answer:the secret to a woman’s heart
In the last sentence of Mr. Ajayi’s letter to his son was their family’s motto which states Answer:In all things moderation, with exception of study