The joint admission matriculation board is an admission board established by the Kaduna State Ministry of Education. The board is meant to help alleviate some of the problems faced in gaining admission into a state secondary school while they are still trying to acquire a national diploma. Students who want to enter into state secondary school can be admitted straight into schools through the Joint Admission Matriculation Board.
The board is administered by the Ministry of Education and is headed by an Executive Secretary who also doubles as the state Commissioner for Schools. The board has two panels: one panel which handles primary schools, and another which handles secondary schools.
Jamb Registration for 2023 begins on January 14th and ends on the 22nd of February 2023. Jamb CBT 2023 starts on the 25th of April 2023 and ends on the 2nd of May 2023. The Jamb CBT will be held on the 1st of July and the 3rd of July 2023.
Jamb Registration for 2023 is an important step for those who are interested in taking part in the Jamb CBT! Please note that registration does not guarantee any particular course or event. We require you to have your entire class list before we can accept your registration request.
About JAMB UTME and Direct Entry Registration 2023/2024
Direct Entry in Nigeria is a program that allows students to apply directly through their colleges and universities, bypassing the JAMB UTME test. Students in Nigeria must qualify for the Direct Entry Program via their university’s admission process. The best way to do this is to proofread your application, have all the required documents, and score highly on your university’s entrance exam.
To become issued a Direct Entry Certificate of Registration after completing your application process and going through Nigeria’s admissions process please visit the official site for more information about how to proceed with this program in Nigeria to be eligible for a Direct Entry Certificate of Registration from 2023/2024 academic year onwards.
General Requirements for JAMB Registration 2023/2024 (UTME)
The general requirements are:
1. Five(5) passport size photographs.
2. The sum of N4,000 must be paid through any commercial bank (First Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, Wema Bank, etc.) in any branch nationwide in the name of “The UNIVERSITY OF Uyo” payable to “Univ. of Uyo – Admissions & Attendance Register Office”.
3. Utility Bill/Bank Statement
4. Photocopy of both sides of your Permanent Photo Identity card (any one of the following)
5. Receipt showing payment of Examination fee (in case of online registration)
6. Acknowledgement Slip issued by the Computer Assisted Test Centre (CATC) after registration or an already taken JAMB form
7. Photocopy of the candidate’s Birth Certificate or School Leaving Certificates
8. Photocopy of either Senior Secondary School Leaving Certificate or A Level results slip and WAEC/NECO Results slip, if available, with corresponding Certificates for those taken at other centers than those accredited for JAMB examinations
The admission process for undergraduate studies at Nigerian universities is primarily regulated by the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB). The board’s main responsibility is to conduct and supervise examinations for prospective university students.
In Nigeria, qualifying for admission into a tertiary institution goes through the following stages: you register with JAMB, take the examination, and wait for the results. Students compete nationally on entrance exams administered by JAMB in their school final year or after they have graduated from secondary school.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is JAMB 2023 form out?
Yes, JAMB Form 2023 is out. Registration has commenced in various centres across the country. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that the 2023 UTME Form is out for aspirants including foreign candidates. JAMB 2023 Registration form is out.
How many questions will JAMB set 2023?
In the JAMB 2023, there are 180 questions in total, Use of English is 60 questions and other subjects are 40 questions each. This means subjects like mathematics, physics, chemistry, government, biology, literature in English, economics, principle of accounting, etc.
What is a good JAMB score?
A JAMB score of 250 is considered excellent, and candidates who score 250 have a very high chance of gaining admission into highly competitive tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Scoring 250 in JAMB is an indication of a candidate’s academic potential and readiness for tertiary education.
How many hours is JAMB exam?
JAMB examination questions are multiple-choice questions, and they are 180 in total, and the total mark to be awarded for each of the four subjects to be offered in JAMB is 400, which means that each subject has 100 marks. The time required for a JAMB examination is 2 hours or 120 minutes.
How many questions are to answer in JAMB?
JAMB sets a total of 60 questions for Use of English, which is compulsory for all candidates, and sets 40 questions for the other subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Commerce, Economics, etc. This means that candidates will have to answer a total of 180 questions in three hours.
Do they use calculator in JAMB?
JAMB still allows the use of calculators in its exams including the UTME. However, it’s not the physical calculator you have with you when writing WAEC and NECO. Remember, UTME, this time, is computer-based. In other words, questions are set to be answered on computers’ screens.
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