The Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB UTME will commence few months from the date of the publishing this article.
JAMB UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination) will kick off on a later and scheduled date. Henceforth, it is advisable to study more, and get yourself prepared.
We have clarified and updated our JAMB registration process and how to purchase the form. You must be aware that the JAMB 2019 registration date has also been announced!
On this article, we will cover all the current JAMB questions, which is: when is JAMB 2019 starting?
If you are prepared to understand and read more, then you might be mindful when is jamb 2019 registration starting? The date is January 10th. That is when the registration form will begin selling.
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JAMB 2019 Exam Date
The JAMB Examination 2019 has been scheduled to commence by 16th of March 2019. And the accredited centers has been announced!
Are you worried, about when is JAMB 2019 registration starting? Or when we will JAMB 2019 form be on sale? The JAMB 2019 registration has been scheduled to commence before the end of October, 2018. Don’t Panic!
You might be asking, when is JAMB 2019 Exam date? Well, right now, you can sit tight and hear what the JAMB registrar had said: JAMB 2019 Exam date will not clash with the coming 2019 Elections.
This is a new update from JAMB twitter handle on the 7th of November:
Kindly disregard news from any source stating that the Board has begun sales of it UTME application documents. Such news reports are false.
— JAMB (@JAMBHQ) November 7, 2018
This is the official JAMB 2019 exam date, which is also the JAMB 2019 date.
2019 JAMB Form closing date?
You must understand that the deadline for sales of Jamb 2019 form is February 21st 2019, which is just Six weeks after commencement.
Note that this closing date can change at any time. It may be extended or whatsoever! Just stay updated on this page.
Mr Oloyede said since the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), had given the dates of the elections, then the board would only need to adjust accordingly.
“I don’t think there will be any need for a shift in the examination date because of the 2019 general elections. I believe INEC has done well by giving us a prior notice six months ago.
“They have given us the date of the elections. So we have no excuse not to have adjusted. We have adjusted appropriately,” he said.
Mr Oloyede decried the rate at which candidates, who were not qualified to write the examination applied for it, thereby, causing what he described as “unnecessary luggage” on the board.
He said that the examination body would adopt stiffer measures to check incidences of unqualified candidates from applying and writing the examination for the 2019/2020 admission exercise.
Mr Oloyede noted that JAMB would not allow anyone to take undue advantage over others, saying the board would not repeat the mistake it recorded in the last examination as regards this development.
The JAMB registrar said the body would begin the 2019/2020 examination process by October, promising that the procedure for the next examination would be better than the last one.
“We are on with the 2018/2019 admission exercise. This, we started just about a month ago. We believe that by the end of October, we would then begin the 2019/2020 admission.
“I can assure you that we are fine-tuning and learning from our mistakes last year. We are perfecting the processes and procedures, ensuring that no one is allowed to have undue advantage over the others.
Mr Oloyede, who did not disclose the exact number of the applicants expected for the 2019 exercise, said measures had been put in place to ensure that all applicants are minimally qualified.
“It is difficult to say the exact number of applicants we are expecting this time. We expect to crash the number because many of those who are taking the forms are not even prepared or qualified for the exam.
“Some are SS1 students, who are just trying; contributing N5, 000 unduly to our purse. We are putting in place some checks to make people who want to apply to be minimally qualified.
“That’s where we are moving to, rather than creating unrealistic figures. We cannot say actually this is the figure but we are trying to ensure that we don’t have unnecessary luggage.
“We are not interested in the money. We are interested in having adequate preparation for those who are genuine students,” he added. (NAN)
Reading your books and follow the below steps will help you overcome and pass your examination easily. The jamb registration 2019/2020 will not pass you by!