We’ve been receiving a lot of questions lately regarding JAMB Mock exams; many people are interested in knowing if it is compulsory or not. As a result, we decided to provide answers to all of your questions.
JAMB annual UTME and DE exam is like one of the most important examinations you’ll ever write.
Needless to say, it is critical to avoid any mistake whatsoever during the course of your registration. To meet your needs, we have put together some of the best JAMB resources you’ll ever see. Following our guides will ensure you make no mistakes at all.
Is JAMB mock exams compulsory?
There are a lot of rumours flying around that if you don’t participate in the MOCK exams, you’ll not be allowed to write the real exam. But I want to emphatically tell you that the JAMB mock exam is not compulsory; it is by choice. Therefore, whether or not you participate in it, you will be allowed to write the real exam.
Is JAMB mock exam free?
You don’t have to pay any extra money aside from the registration fee to participate in the MOCK examination. In other words, it is completely free.
JAMB has stated that you need to pay 700 naira only to register at any CBT centre. This CBT fee covers both the real exam and mock exam.
Please if you come in contact with any CBT centre that demands for extra money, do us the favour of reporting them to JAMB because demanding for extra money is fraud.
Pay attention: The N700 is only for CBT registration fee; there are other things you need to purchase to fully register, which include ePIN and Text Read (Novel).
Although the JAMB mock exam is not necessary, I strongly advise you take part in it, especially if it’s your first time. Doing that will help ease the tension you’re likely to face when the due day arrives. Afterall it is completely free; you don’t need to pay any extra money to participate in it.
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