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JAMB has now activated the portal for the printing of UTME 2019 Mock exam slip. Candidates, who indicated interest to write the Mock Exam during the early registration period, can now print their exam slip for the mock exam, which is expected to hold on 1st April. The mock exam slip will indicate the venue and time of the exam for eligible candidates.
Just like in previous years, JAMB may likely send candidates their Mock Exam venue via SMS and email. We have created this thread, with minute by minute updates, for candidates to know if JAMB has begun sending Mock exam venue and time to candidates. Whether you’re writing the 2019 Mock Exam or Not, this publication will definitely help you stay informed on the processes that will be involved in the Main Exam. Please see further instructions below;
We advise all those who are eligible for the Mock Exam to check their emails (including junk/SPAM Folder) and phones from now and look out for such notifications from JAMB. Once you receive such, please don’t hesitate to come back here and let us know your findings, so as to alert other candidates.
Steps to Check and Reprint JAMB Mock Exam Slip
Visit the checking portal at this link;https://www.jamb.org.ng/ExamSlipPrinting1/PrintMockExaminationSlip
Enter your JAMB Reg. No or Email in the space provided, and click “Print Examination Slip”.
When the Exam Slip is revealed to you, go ahead and print it.
If you’re sure you are not writing the Mock Exam, the JAMB CBT Mobile App and/or JAMB CBT Software for Computers will be very helpful in giving you the same Mock Exam Experience from your home.