The JAMB 2022 UTME mock has been concluded. From the feedback we got on the JAMB 2022 Mock Exam Live Updates, not much changed from what it was last year. If you have been practising JAMB Past questions with the Myschool JAMB CBT Software or the Myschool CBT Mobile App, you won't find the main exam difficult as the layout is quite similar.
Remember that we promised to give a cash reward of N25,000 to five candidates with the best well-composed experiences posted in the comment section. To win this contest, we expect you to publish your JAMB mock experiences in the comment section of this publication. A Myschool Admin will pick the best five comments and will contact the winners to claim their cash prizes by Monday. Each of the five winners will get a congratulatory reply, under his/her experience comment, from a Myschool Admin. This post is for candidates who took part in the mock exam to share their first-hand experiences on how the mock exam actually went in the various centres.
Please ensure you do not post your experience under someone else's comment, WE WILL DISREGARD IT. Use the main comment form at the bottom of the page to post your experience. If you "reply" to someone else's experience, we'll assume you're merely replying to the comment and so will not be considered for the contest. All comments will be reviewed appropriately, regardless of where it appears, therefore being on the front page does not necessarily mean you'll be picked as a winner.
So in the best possible way you can, share with us your UTME mock experience. The following should guide you;
- Were you able to easily locate your centre?
- What was the verification process like?
- Were there security officials?
- Did the exam commence at the exact time stated on your slip?
- Were there CCTV cameras in the hall?
- Was there adherence to the COVID-19 protocol? (like the use of face mask, sanitizers, spacing etc)
- How many invigilators were in the hall?
- Did you experience any technical glitches with the questions; like incomplete questions, incomplete answer options, blank options, etc?
- Were you allowed to take any material like biro, pencil into the hall?
- Was there a provision for a rough sheet for calculations?
- Were you required to power on the system? Or was it already powered on when you got there?
- How many questions were asked in each of the subjects?
- Was there provision for both mouse and keyboard?
- Were you able to use the onscreen calculator,?
- Did the system shut down automatically (for those whose time elapsed before they were able to finish)?
- Was there any other technical issue you encountered during the examination?
- Are there some irregularities you observed with the process and the exam itself?
- What are the other things you think candidates that did not participate in the mock exam should know?
Post all your experiences in the comment section. Please do keep it as real as possible. Thanks.