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Frequently Asked Questions and Comments. Most asked questions about exam oga, jamb, weac, neco and other professional exams.

Exam Oga FAQ

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UTME EXAM FAQ

e-UTME is an electronic form of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination that adopts the use of computer to display and answer test items.

No. Food is not allowed in the test centre.

No. Mobile phones are not allowed in the test centre.

No. Notebook or other textbook materials are not allowed in the test centre.

NO. you will be provided with one on the screen on the examination day.

No. Each candidate will write the examination according to a scheduled/appointed time.

No. There is no break between the tests.

If you arrive after thirty minutes (30mins.) into the examination, you will not be allowed into the testing centre.

JAMB specifically gives candidates 2 hours to write UTME. This exam time is given to answer or attempt all the questions to be set for the four subjects registered.

JAMB CBT FAQ

Computer based test is the administration of an examination using a computer. This format is flexible in that the test can be taken at different times and in different locations.
CBT makes for more accurate, precise and fair assessment of the candidates.
  • It can give immediate feedback.
  • It is accurate and offers automated analysis of results.
  • It is fair.
  • It is more secure.
  • It is the global best practice.

CBT centres are examination locations across the country where candidates can take Computer Based Tests (CBT). These centres are equipped with modern infrastructure that would enable the conduct of CBT.

CBT centres are located in all the thirty-six states of the Federation and the FCT.

Yes, the centres are well-equipped for CBT.

A room equipped with computers connected to Internet or Intranet (Local Area Network).

Yes. The UTME accredited professional test centres are certified and equipped to international standards to facilitate a comfortable environment conducive for e-testing. All equipment are provided and there are technical support staff who are available to assist candidates at any time during the examination.

A candidate is assigned to a computer.

Yes, UTME accredited testing centres are available in all the six countries where JAMB conducts its examinations (United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Republic of Benin, Cameron,Ghana and Cote ‘De Voire).

Yes. The extensive computerized encryption systems make breaking into the test virtually impossible. Also, test centres make it very difficult for candidates to bring in unauthorized materials.

You are expected to first key in the registration number into the computer and click on “Next”. You are to read and follow the instructions that come up. Now, click on “Start Exam”.

Answers to questions may be entered into the computer in either of two ways. You may key in answers by clicking on the option you believe to be the answer or typing in the letter of the option. Answers are recorded directly into the computer.

Yes. You may review and change your answers after they have been entered into the computer during the examination or after you have attempted to answer all the questions before final submission.

The time will be displayed on the computer screen during the examination.

No. There will be power backup with alternative power supply and your test will return to the exact place where you stopped. All questions are saved upon answering them.

When you have answered and reviewed all the questions, you would be required to press the S button. Another box will ask you to confirm that you are ready to end the test. Once you confirm that you want to end by pressing Y, the test will close and you will not be able to regain entry.

That depends on the test being taken. If visuals contribute to the test, they will be shown on the screen with the text of the questions or in a separate window.

Yes, you can practise taking the test during the mock exam or using Exam Oga.

No. The test administration program only requires you to be able to use the mouse or keyboard to answer questions.

Candidates are to direct all enquiries to the ticketing link support.jamb.gov.ng

The Board can provide your scores immediately but for scrutiny and other post examination verification exercises, your result would not be instant.

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