Jamb 2016/2017 Latest News

Hello Jambite, Welcome to www.jambnews.ng. As at now, Here is a summary of everything concerning Jamb 2016.The Jamb 2016 Registration is still on. The closing date is Friday 15th now Sunday 31st January 2016. The Exam is expected to begin on the 29th of February.
The registration slips of most of the candidates has no specific date for the exam. Candidates will be informed to reprint these slips a few days before 29th Feb.Jambnews.ng will send an sms(free of charge) to candidates when this process begin. To receive this vital sms plus others; sign up to our sms alert now.
Jambnews.ng secret Facebook page shall also be updated with the latest concerning the UTME… That’s it!A fairly large number of candidates are currently practicing the new jamb JPQOQ, click here to start with Last days at Forcados High Quiz.
Others are confirming their Jamb combo here, Jamb cut off mark here.All serious candidates have gotten the syllabus already.
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You could stop here now! Or scroll down to read more stuffs regarding the 2016 UTME.

Jamb 2016 Registration

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Nigeria Tertiary Institutions through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for the 2016/2017 academic session.

FREE CBT: Last Days at Forcados…

The novel – Last days at Forcados High school is compulsory for all those partaking in the 2016 UTME. We’ve put together a 30 question quiz to simulate the Jamb CBT Experience. Click Here to try out the quiz. Note that there will be no prize for the winner.

Registration Period

The UTME registration period is Monday, 31st August, 2015 to Friday, 15th January, 2016 and the website closes on Tuesday, 19th January, 2016.

Preferred Institutions List for Jamb 2016.

These are the list of universities you could chose as your 2nd choice. The idea is to give you something to consider falling back
to just in case.

Jamb 2016 Cut Off Mark

Last year, Jamb  did decide at her policy implementation meeting that 180 should be the flat rate for all universities. Polytechnics and COEs were to go with 150. But you know how it is. Some universities still go ahead and set a different bench mark for poor

Jamb 2016 Dates and Venues

The 2015 CBT will start on Monday, 29th February and end on 14th March, 2016.
The venue of the examination will be at the candidates’ chosen town during on-line registration. The actual date for each candidates’ exam shall be on the official UTME Registration slip.

Jamb 2016 Registration Fee

Registration fee for the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination is Five Thousand Naira (₦5,000). Candidates are also to pay ₦500.00 only to obtain the textbook, “The Last Days at Forcados High School.” That’s a total of N5,500. However, candidates will only be issued the book at the point of registration after showing evidence of payment.
The Board has made arrangement to provide this book to avoid the challenge of availability and piracy as experienced in the last exercise. The Board will also sustain the last year’s regulated registration format where only our Computer Based Test (CBT) centres, state offices nationwide were authorized to register candidates. This is to avoid a situation where candidates are being exploited, prevent incidence of impersonation and other acts of malpractice.
Where to get Jamb Scratch Cards

Below are the official points where JAMB scratch cards can be purchased.
1) First Bank Plc
2) First City Monument Bank
3) Skye Bank Plc
4) Union Bank
5) Zenith Bank
Visit any of their branches nationwide to buy the JAMB
e-registration scratch card.
Other selling points are:
1) JAMB HQ Abuja
2) JAMB Offices Nationwide


Jmab UTME FAQ consist of a list popular questions often asked about the Jamb Exams. Candidates and parents are advised to go through this page before dropping questions. Click Here to check the Jamb FAQ

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