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JAMB will examine 176,408 candidates for the 2023 mock-UTME.



The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that 176,408 students will be examined in its 2023 mock examination, which is slated to take place on March 30.

Fabian Benjamin, the JAMB’s head of public affairs and protocol, revealed this in a statement yesterday in Abuja.


The board also promised applicants who enrolled for the optional Mock-UTME for the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) that their notification slips would be available for printing starting today, according to Benjamin.

“All candidates for the Mock-UTME should go to and, after entering their registration numbers, click on 2023 Mock-UTME on the menu button to print their slips.


“Only candidates who expressed interest in taking the mock exam are subject to this directive.

To make it easier for candidates to identify their centers before the exam, the notification slip will provide the candidates’ registration number, venue, date, and time of the examination.


For biometric verification, candidates are advised to arrive at their centers one hour prior to the exam, he added.

Benjamin stated that the board had also reaffirmed that the exam’s scheduled start time was sacred and that there would be no tolerance for cheating.


He warned candidates against bringing forbidden goods including watches, calculators, flash drives, and phones into the testing rooms.

They are also cautioned not to use ‘laale’ to make elaborate designs or paintings on their hands because this could cause unneeded interference with the whorls of their fingers and prevent accurate biometric verification, the man added.

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