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The process is currently ongoing and costs N2, 500 only and can only be processed online, just like every other process of the board.
JAMB 2018 Change Of Course, Institution And Data Correction Process Has Begun
All candidates who wish to effect changes on either their course institution or their bio-data can proceed to do so at the closest JAMB CBT accredited centre.
You can also correct your Bio-data which include your name, date of birth, gender, State and Local Government of origin.
Before you proceed to do that, please make sure you do the following;
-Be sure of the Course/Institution you would like to make changes. Verify if the course is available in the school using the JAMB Brochure.
-Ensure verify that the school you are changing to does not usually have a cut off mark higher than your score.
- Ensure you select a Course/Institution that is in line with your subject combination to avoid being screened out during your school's admission screening exercise.
Process Flow
Step 1- Log into your jamb profile
Step 2- open the menu tab on your jamb profile
Step 3- Click Register, under register a drop box will appear showing UTME correction of data
Step 4- Click it and follow the steps to pay either online or bank. You can make your payment online via JAMB portal. If you are having difficulties doing that, you can pay to the bank. Step 6- After paying N2500 at the bank plus additional bank charge of N100 naira, proceed to either the closest JAMB office or a JAMB accredited centre to complete the process. An additional fee will be charged for the service.
Note: You can carry out all of the above process at an accredited centre.
Also note the following;
- You can change one or all your courses/institutions at the same time.
- Once the form is submitted, you can no longer make any changes again except for change of course and institution that can be done twice.
 -There may be a limited number of schools or courses you can change to, so be sure to have 3 or 4 options, just in case the one you want to change to is not available.
- The cost for the change of course and Data correction is N2,500.
- You can use the one time payment of N2, 500 to change your institution, course, name, date of birth, State and Local Government of origin.
If you have successfully done yours, use the comment section to let us know how it went.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said the 2018 Unified Tertiary University Examinations (UTME) candidates who could no longer access their results even after seeing it inititially might have had their results withheld.
This was disclosed by the boards head of media., Fabian Benjamin, in an interview with newsmen.

It was gathered that some candidates have earlier becried the the removal of their released results from the website of the Board, after initially accessing it.
The candidates complained that all they now see when they try to check their results is, “You do not have any result yet” or “you did not write the examination,” after such results were earlier published.
According to Mr. Benjamin, the board may reschedule the examinations for some whose cases are exceptional  and such candidates will be contacted before then.
He explained that the board was still working to release other results.
Mr. Benjamin also enjoined those who intend to change their choice of institutions before the 2018/19 admissions process begins, to visit the board’s site and follow the procedure as displayed.
He said the process has been ongoing and costs N2, 500 only and can only be processed online, just like every other process of the board.

After Release of 2018 JAMB Results, What Next? Here's What To DoWe can say that the 2018 JAMB UTME has officially been concluded. While some candidates are counting their gains, others are counting their losses.
Which ever category you fall in, we just want you to know that a high JAMB score is not an automatic ticket to higher institution neither does a low JAMB score automatically disqualify you for admission.
We have seen candidates with high JAMB scores who failed to gain admission into any institution and had to retake JAMB and we have equally seen candidates with low JAMB Scores (Less than 200) who gained admission without having to wait for another JAMB.
So basically, a low or high JAMB score is not the ultimate determinant of who gains and who doesn't gain admission.
So at this point, what we expect all 2018 JAMB candidates to do is to ask the following critical questions?
>> What is my school's cut-off mark ?
>> What is the cut-off mark for my intended course of study?
>> Do I need a change of course/institution?
>> What's the school's Post-UTME Screening like?
>> How Can I prepare adequately for my school's Post-UTME Screening?
The answer to these critical questions will help you know what next step to take towards successfully securing admission this year.
And let's quickly tell you this, take off the retarding mindset that you can not go to a polytechnic. Are they for animals?
If going by your score, you stand a better chance of gaining admission in a polytechnic, for goodness sake, change your institution to a polytechnic if you didn't pick one during your JAMB registration. Unless of course you don't mind patronising JAMB next year. And if that is the case, good luck to you!
Meanwhile, do not forget Myschool will be there for you all through the journey. So ensure you visit regularly for updates regarding the 2018/2019 Admission exercise.
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BIOLOGY AFT
1 :- translocation
2 III
3 organ
4 weaver bird
5  stomata
6  suture
7 grassland
8  apices
9 universal acceptor
10 heterozygote
11 carbon(iv)oxide
12 mitosis
13 body size and shape
14aquatic habitat
15 dwarfism
16 lamarck
17  dorminant
18 predation
19  eukaryotes
20 bacteria
21  nitrogen oxide
22 ability to response to light stimulus
23  for buoyancy
24 entamoeba hystolytica
25 : AB
26 genotype
27hibiscus flower
28 metaphase
29 vestigial organ
30 in abondoned farmland
31 organ
32mutation in the skin cell
33limited resources
34 neck region
35 are vascularized
36 Niger state
37 protection
38neural canal
39savanna
40nitrogen cycle
ECONS
1 :-
= rise in the inflation rate
2authorised capital
3  price decrease
4 provide adequate and efficient storage facilities
5 0.75
6 make growth I population
8Credit and thrift societies
9 restricting import through imprt quotas
10 2 and 20
11 more cotton and less coal
12 transfer payment
13ensure that quota production is strictly followed
14  the rise involved I n an occupation
15 budget deficit
16 f
17  perfectly elastic
18  rate at which export are exchanged for import
19  16
20 consumer soverignty exists
21 1 naira
22  crude oil deposit
23 price and quality
24  18
25 marginal product begins to fall
26acceptability
27 increasing return
28over dependence on imported component
29  0
30bank of industry
31  more of commodity x is consumed than that of of commodity y
32 provides more employment opportunities
33 limited liability company
34  the availability of employment opportunities
35 1
36 INFINITELY ELASTIC
37 PROPERTY TAX
38 POQO
39WEATHER
40 CHANGE IN INCOME AND CHANGE I N CONSUMPTION
+
CHM 3:0PM COMPT
1 :- the element with an electron configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s23p64s2
CORRECT ANSWER =
a noble gas
2 :- ethanoic acid is monobasic because its
CORRECT ANSWER =
has one replaceable hydrogen molecule
3 :- the type of bond in nitrogen molecule is
CORRECT ANSWER =
covalent
4 :- in the hydrogenation of benzene, the catalyst used is
CORRECT ANSWER =
Ni
5 :- the acid found in sour milk is
CORRECT ANSWER =
lactic acid
6 :- transition metals with higher oxidation state will form oxides that are
CORRECT ANSWER =
basic
7 :- the iupac nomenclature of the compound above is
CORRECT ANSWER =
pent-2-yne
8 :- in the diagram above X is
CORRECT ANSWER =
H2
9 :- if 200cm3 of oxygen passes through a porous plug in 100sec.find the time taken for the same volume of hydrogen to pass through the same porous plug
CORRECT ANSWER =
25
10 :- the method used in purifying sugar is
CORRECT ANSWER =
crystallization
11 :- the activation energy of a chemical reaction can be lowered by
CORRECT ANSWER =
the addition of a catalyst
12 :- in the equation above X is
CORRECT ANSWER =
CH3COOCH2CH3
13 :- a solubility curve is a plot of the solubility of solute against
CORRECT ANSWER =
TEMPERATURE
14 :- the method that is not economical for the removal of hardness in water for town supply is
CORRECT ANSWER =
permutit
15 :- in the electrolytic extraction of sodium from fused sodium chloride calcium chloride is usually added to
CORRECT ANSWER =
remove impurities
16 :- grades of petrol having octane number nearer zero will cause a motor car engine to ‘
CORRECT ANSWER =
17 :- nickel is plated on steel to
CORRECT ANSWER =
increase its strength
18 :- the solubility in mol/dm3 of 20.2g of potassium trioxonitrate(V)dissolved in 100g of water at room temperature is
CORRECT ANSWER =
2
19 :- what is the atomic number of an element having 127 neutrons and 82 electrons
CORRECT ANSWER =
82
20 :- 28.80CM3 OF NITROGEN AT 15c is cooled to 0C.its volue ar constant pressure is
CORRECT ANSWER =
27.3
21 :- what physical property of alkane decreases as the number of carbon atoms increases
CORRECT ANSWER =
solubility
22 :- which of the following substances are made by polymeriztion
CORRECT ANSWER =
nylon and artificial rubber
23 :- which of the following compounds is unsaturated
CORRECT ANSWER =
methylbenzene
24 :- a compound contains 31.9% potassium 28.93 chlorine and the remaining oxygen.what is the chemical formula of the compound?\
CORRECT ANSWER =
KClO2
25 :- the use of neon light in aerodome beacons is due to its
CORRECT ANSWER =
COLOUR
26 :- K4Fe(CN)6 is an example of a
CORRECT ANSWER =
complex
27 :- if T change in s is small relative to change in H at room temperature the value of change in G will be
CORRECT ANSWER =
positive
28 :- the solibility of alkanols in water is due to the presence of
CORRECT ANSWER =
hydroxyl group
29 :- when lubricating oil is redistilled,it yields
CORRECT ANSWER =
petroleum jelly
30 :- the iupac nomenclature of K2Cr2O7 SI
CORRECT ANSWER =
potassium heptaoxochromate(VI)
31 :- ALKYNES BURN WITH SMOKY LUMINOUS FLAME DUE TO HIGH
CORRECT ANSWER =
carbon content
32 :- ozone is known for its ability to
CORRECT ANSWER =
attack the respiratory tract of organisms
33 :- which of the following properties is peculiar to graphite?
CORRECT ANSWER =
it is unreactive
34 :- calculate the amount in moles of zinc that will be deposited by passing 10 faradays of elctricity through a solution of zinc salt
CORRECT ANSWER =
5
35 :- the air pollutant that dissolves in water due to produce acid rain is
CORRECT ANSWER =
O3
36 :- the property pecuiliar to pure oxygen is that it
CORRECT ANSWER =
is lighter than air
37 :- the principal property that determines the method of an extraction of a metal from its oe is its
CORRECT ANSWER =
position in the activity series
38 :- when water is added to calcium oxide,it forms
CORRECT ANSWER =
calcium hydroxide
39 :- in the reaction above, the reverse reaction can be favored by
CORRECT ANSWER =
decreases the temperature
40 :- an element with electron configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p4 belongs to the
CORRECT ANSWER =
p-block
JAMB 09/03/2018
Physics answers 3:00pm
ANSWER = 4.33n
ANSWER = 0.5A
ANSWER = I, II and III
ANSWER = maximum
ANSWER = electroysis
ANSWER = 200C
ANSWER = minimum potention energy
ANSWER = uneven expansion
ANSWER = beaker IV
ANSWER = mass
ANSWER = 82 0C
ANSWER = travel at different speeds
ANSWER = 5.56 x 10 -4 m 3
ANSWER = (q / 4Er)
CORRECT ANSWER = 0.25 {3 J
ANSWER = W0 = 1/Lc
ANSWER = Gm1 m2/4r2
ANSWER= angular magnification
ANSWER= beyond the centre
ANSWER = 1/sinQ
ANSWER = intrinsic semi-conductor
ANSWER = potention energy is maximum at the extremes
ANSWER = f & square root T)
ANSWER = H mmHg
ANSWER = E = hf
ANSWER = thermianic emission
ANSWER = at the boundary between
ANSWER = 6V
ANSWER = in a dynamic equilibrium
ANSWER = prevents heat loss and gain
ANSWER = 1.5N
ANSWER = radiation
ANSWER = 60.00N
ANSWER = a plucked stretched s tring
ANSWER = W1/(W1-W2)
ANSWER = its higher pressure
ANSWER = 0.14m
ANSWER = north – south direction
ANSWER = terminal velocity
BIOLOGY 09/03/2018 3:00PM
_*Biology*_
1 :- the structure can be found in
CORRECT ANSWER =
butterflies
2 :- the appendix of a human and the hipbone of a whale
are examples of
CORRECT ANSWER =
vestigial structure
3 :- protozoa in the intestine of termite is an example of
CORRECT ANSWER =
mutualism
4 :- the part labelled I is
CORRECT ANSWER =
neutral spine
5 :- when testing the presence of starch in a leaf the leaf
is placed in alchol to
CORRECT ANSWER =
remove the chlorophyll from the leaf
6 :- the structure is
CORRECT ANSWER =
rhizome
7 :- one of the advantage of cross fertilization is
CORRECT ANSWER =
it leads to the production of healthier offspring
8 :- the part labelled III is
CORRECT ANSWER =
sperm duct
9 :- the presence of tall trees with buttress root is a
characteristic feature of
CORRECT ANSWER =
tropical rain forest
10 :- which of the following is a characteristic feature of
schizophyta
CORRECT ANSWER =
they have prokaryotic cells with no definite nucleus
11 :- the instrument used for collecting tiny organism that
live in soil watre is
CORRECT ANSWER =
bearmaum funnnel
12 :- the vector for dengue fever is
CORRECT ANSWER =
anopheles mosquito
13 :- biting and chewing mouth parts are found in
CORRECT ANSWER =
grasshoppers
14 :- which of the following is true of ecosystem
CORRECT ANSWER =
producers are more than primary consumers
15 :- which of the following is needed for strong bone and
teeth formation and develpoment
CORRECT ANSWER =
vitamin D
16 :- plants with thick or waxy cut
21 :- the soil with lowest porosity is
CORRECT ANSWER =
clay
22 :- northern guinea savanna is found in
CORRECT ANSWER =
kastina jigawa and yobe
v24 :- which of the following occurs during the exhalation
of air in mammal
CORRECT ANSWER =
intercostal muscles relaxes
25 :- the forelimbs of mammals are examples of
CORRECT ANSWER =
homologous structure
26 :- an example of non-renewable natural resources is
CORRECT ANSWER =
petroleum
27 :- the instrument used for comparing the numbers and
types of animals in differeny soil sample is
CORRECT ANSWER =
tullgreen funnel
28 :- the structure is adapted for
CORRECT ANSWER =
sucking
29 :- the blood vessels that carries deoxygenated blood is
CORRECT ANSWER =
pulmonary artery
30 :- the diagram represents
CORRECT ANSWER =
lumber vertebrae
31 :- an example of organism that belongs to the phylum
protista is
CORRECT ANSWER =
amoeba
32 :- the structure can be found in
CORRECT ANSWER =
ginger
33 :- gaseous exchange in the leaf of a plant occur in the
CORRECT ANSWER =
stomata
34 :- which of the following is an example of an
morphological variation
CORRECT ANSWER =
skin colour
35 :- high faver difficult breathing and cough is a major
symptoms of
CORRECT ANSWER =
pneumomia
36 :- bacteria and blue green algae are examples of
CORRECT ANSWER =
monera
37 :- the function of sympathetic nervous system is it
CORRECT ANSWER =
accelerates heart beat
38 :- the association between alga and fungus in lichen is
n
CORRECT
ECONOMICS – 3PM
1 :-
the effect of an expansionary monetary system above full employment level is a
CORRECT ANSWER = rise in the inflation rate
2 :- the maimumum amount of money a company is allowed to raise b issuing shares to the public is
CORRECT ANSWER = authorised capital
3 :- the value of money will apppreciate if
CORRECT ANSWER = price decrease
4 :- in noigeria ,government can ensure continos supply of agricultural produce in al the seasons by
CORRECT ANSWER = provide adequate and efficient storage facilities
5 :- from the above table calculat the ccoefficient of elasticity of demand
CORRECT ANSWER = 0.75
6 :- the reduction of high fertility rate is a measure of population control designed
CORRECT ANSWER = make growth I population
8 :- capital accumulation for low income earners is btter done through
CORRECT ANSWER = credit and thrift societies
9 :- the government of nigeria can conserve foreign exchange by
CORRECT ANSWER = restricting import through imprt quotas
10 :- the minimum number of persons who are legally allowed to operate in a partnership business is between
CORRECT ANSWER = 2 and 20
11 :- from the above diagram,given the existing resources in the economy,a movement from h o f will lead to the production
CORRECT ANSWER = more cotton and less coal
12 :- gnp is not a good measure of social welfare because they are unrecorded
CORRECT ANSWER = transfer payment
13 :- one of the major goals of opec is to
CORRECT ANSWER = ensure that quota production is strictly followed
14 :- one of the factors considered in the determinant of wages is
CORRECT ANSWER = the rise involved I n an occupation
15 :- if government expenditure exceeds its revenue,this will give rise to a
CORRECT ANSWER = budget deficit
16 :- from the above diagram at which point is the total utility higher
CORRECT ANSWER = f
17 :- the demand curve for a firm operating u nder perfect competition is
CORRECT ANSWER = perfectly elastic
18 :- terms of trade is expressed as the
CORRECT ANSWER = rate at which export are exchanged for import
19 :- from the above what is the mean of ghe distribution
CORRECT ANSWER = 16
20 :- the typical feature of a market economy is that
CORRECT ANSWER = consumer soverignty exists
21 :- given that qd=40-4p and qs=12p=24,determine the equillibrum price
CORRECT ANSWER = 1 naira
22 :- petro chemical industries are located in the river state of nigeria because of
CORRECT ANSWER = crude oil deposit
23 :- in an imperfect market the monopolist can influence
CORRECT ANSWER = price and quality
24 :- from the above table,the medium of the distribution is
CORRECT ANSWER = 18
25 :- in the production process,the law of diminishing returns begins to set in when
CORRECT ANSWER = marginal product begins to fall
26 :- the most unique quality of money is its
CORRECT ANSWER = acceptability
27 :- the u shaped of the long run average cost curve is explained by
CORRECT ANSWER = increasing return
28 :- in nigeria import substitution industralization strategy is faced with the problem of
CORRECT ANSWER = over dependence on imported component
29 :- from the above table,the mode of distribution is
CORRECT ANSWER = 0
30 :- a cosmetic dealer sourcing for cpital to expand his business will approach
CORRECT ANSWER = bank of industry
31 :- freom the above diagram,the movement from point n to point m implies that
CORRECT ANSWER = more of commodity x is consumed than that of of commodity y
32 :- one of yhe advantages of using labour intensive strategy of production is that if
CORRECT ANSWER = provides more employment opportunities
33 :- a business organisation in wich thwere is limitation to the amount of loses a shareholder can sustain in the event of business by law is
CORRECT ANSWER = limited liability company
34 :- rural-urban migraytion is influenced by
CORRECT ANSWER = the availability of employment opportunities
35 :- fram the above diagram the supply curve for agricultural products is illustrated by
CORRECT ANSWER = 1
36 :- the demand curve for a perfectly competitive firm is
CORRECT ANSWER = INFINITELY ELASTIC
37 :- which of yhe following is a direct tax
CORRECT ANSWER = PROPERTY TAX
38 :- froam the above graph,the equillibrum price and quantity is represented at points
CORRECT ANSWER = POQO
39 :- the most important determinant in the supply of agricultural products is
CORRECT ANSWER = WEATHER
40 :- the marginal propensity to consume measures the relationship between
CORRECT ANSWER = CHANGE IN INCOME AND CHANGE I N CONSUMPTION
ENGLISH – 3PM
* tuned
* he had a lot of regret
* Occupies of the slow moving vehicle
* persuasive method
* he is usually skillful at some things
* expression
* anecdote
* ike
* lord lugard
* attention
* occasionally
* colour
* token
* confiDENtial
* segment
* five-man
* put out
* obtain fresh information
* is
* no she doesn ‘ t
* handful
* the law into your won hand
* reliable
* delighted
* refresh
* engrossed
* declined
* hospitable
* every nook and cranny
* serious
* did I see ade in the shop ?
* who teaches the children
* fundaMENTAL
* complimentary
* retaliatory
* plough
BIOLOGY AFT
1 :- movement of manufactured food from the leaves to other part of the plant is
CORRECT ANSWER =
translocation
2 :- the part where fertilization takes place is labelled
CORRECT ANSWER =
III
3 :- the level of organization in onion bulb is
CORRECT ANSWER =
organ
4 :- the possession of short string and conical beak for picking and cracking seed is an adaptive feature of
CORRECT ANSWER =
weaver bird
5 :- gaseous exchange in plants takes place through the
CORRECT ANSWER =
stomata
6 :- the part labelled ii is the
CORRECT ANSWER =
suture
7 :- predominance of grasses with scattered trees are characteristics features of
CORRECT ANSWER =
grassland
8 :- in plants, auxin is produced in the
CORRECT ANSWER =
apices
9 :- the blood group AB is called
CORRECT ANSWER =
universal acceptor
10 :- a diploid individual carrying two different alleles if a gene on its two homologous chrosomes is referred to as
CORRECT ANSWER =
heterozygote
11 :- photosynthesis, respiration and decay are important processes which brings about the recycling of
CORRECT ANSWER =
carbon(iv)oxide
12 :- the illustration represents
CORRECT ANSWER =
mitosis
13 :- which of the following structural feature is involved in regulating heat loss from the body
CORRECT ANSWER =
body size and shape
14 :- dissolved gasses, turbidity and density are ecological that affect
CORRECT ANSWER =
aquatic habitat
15 :- under secretion of pituatry hormones in children leasd to
CORRECT ANSWER =
dwarfism
16 :- the law of the inheritance of acquired traits was postulated by
CORRECT ANSWER =
lamarck
17 :- a trait that is expressed in an offspring when two individuals with constracting characters are crossed is
CORRECT ANSWER =
dorminant
18 :- which of the following is a biotic factor in an ecosystem
CORRECT ANSWER =
predation
19 :- organis that belongs to the kingdom protista are referred to as
CORRECT ANSWER =
eukaryotes
20 :- which of the following is a decomposer in a terrestial habitat?
CORRECT ANSWER =
bacteria
21 :- which of the following air pollutant results in acid rain
CORRECT ANSWER =
nitrogen oxide
22 :- which of the following features describes Euglena as a plant and an animal
CORRECT ANSWER =
ability to response to light stimulus
23 :- the function of swim blader in Tilapia fish is
CORRECT ANSWER =
for buoyancy
24 :- the causative organism of ameobic dysentry is
CORRECT ANSWER =
entamoeba hystolytica
25 :- a person with blood AB can donates to person with blood group
CORRECT ANSWER =
AB
26 :- the genetic constitution of an organism is referred to as its
CORRECT ANSWER =
genotype
27 :- the diagram represents a
CORRECT ANSWER =
hibiscus flower
28 :- the diagram labelled ii is
CORRECT ANSWER =
metaphase
29 :- in evolution the appendix in humans is an evidence from
CORRECT ANSWER =
vestigial organ
30 :- secondary succesion takes place
CORRECT ANSWER =
in abondoned farmland
31 :- the level of organization of a cow heart is
CORRECT ANSWER =
organ
32 :- a sudden loss of black pigment from the skin of an African can be attributed to
CORRECT ANSWER =
mutation in the skin cell
33 :- intra specific competition occur due to
CORRECT ANSWER =
limited resources
34 :- in which part of the body can the diagram be found
CORRECT ANSWER =
neck region
35 :- the characteristics feature of trachepphyta is that they
CORRECT ANSWER =
are vascularized
36 :- Borgu game ireserve is located in
CORRECT ANSWER =
Niger state
37 :- the function of the part labelled I is for
CORRECT ANSWER =
protection
38 :- the part labelled ii is the
CORRECT ANSWER =
neural canal
39 :- an area very low rainfall and high evaporation rate is referred to as
CORRECT ANSWER =
savanna
40 :- ammonification takes place in
CORRECT ANSWER =
nitrogen cycle
ECONOMICS – 3PM
1BCDAAADABC
11DADDCBADCB
21DCBADDABDC
31BDADABBBDC
1 :-
the effect of an expansionary monetary system above full employment level is a
CORRECT ANSWER = rise in the inflation rate
2 :- the maimumum amount of money a company is allowed to raise b issuing shares to the public is
CORRECT ANSWER = authorised capital
3 :- the value of money will apppreciate if
CORRECT ANSWER = price decrease
4 :- in noigeria ,government can ensure continos supply of agricultural produce in al the seasons by
CORRECT ANSWER = provide adequate and efficient storage facilities
5 :- from the above table calculat the ccoefficient of elasticity of demand
CORRECT ANSWER = 0.75
6 :- the reduction of high fertility rate is a measure of population control designed
CORRECT ANSWER = make growth I population
8 :- capital accumulation for low income earners is btter done through
CORRECT ANSWER = credit and thrift societies
9 :- the government of nigeria can conserve foreign exchange by
CORRECT ANSWER = restricting import through imprt quotas
10 :- the minimum number of persons who are legally allowed to operate in a partnership business is between
CORRECT ANSWER = 2 and 20
11 :- from the above diagram,given the existing resources in the economy,a movement from h o f will lead to the production
CORRECT ANSWER = more cotton and less coal
12 :- gnp is not a good measure of social welfare because they are unrecorded
CORRECT ANSWER = transfer payment
13 :- one of the major goals of opec is to
CORRECT ANSWER = ensure that quota production is strictly followed
14 :- one of the factors considered in the determinant of wages is
CORRECT ANSWER = the rise involved I n an occupation
15 :- if government expenditure exceeds its revenue,this will give rise to a
CORRECT ANSWER = budget deficit
16 :- from the above diagram at which point is the total utility higher
CORRECT ANSWER = f
17 :- the demand curve for a firm operating u nder perfect competition is
CORRECT ANSWER = perfectly elastic
18 :- terms of trade is expressed as the
CORRECT ANSWER = rate at which export are exchanged for import
19 :- from the above what is the mean of ghe distribution
CORRECT ANSWER = 16
20 :- the typical feature of a market economy is that
CORRECT ANSWER = consumer soverignty exists
21 :- given that qd=40-4p and qs=12p=24,determine the equillibrum price
CORRECT ANSWER = 1 naira
22 :- petro chemical industries are located in the river state of nigeria because of
CORRECT ANSWER = crude oil deposit
23 :- in an imperfect market the monopolist can influence
CORRECT ANSWER = price and quality
24 :- from the above table,the medium of the distribution is
CORRECT ANSWER = 18
25 :- in the production process,the law of diminishing returns begins to set in when
CORRECT ANSWER = marginal product begins to fall
26 :- the most unique quality of money is its
CORRECT ANSWER = acceptability
27 :- the u shaped of the long run average cost curve is explained by
CORRECT ANSWER = increasing return
28 :- in nigeria import substitution industralization strategy is faced with the problem of
CORRECT ANSWER = over dependence on imported component
29 :- from the above table,the mode of distribution is
CORRECT ANSWER = 0
30 :- a cosmetic dealer sourcing for cpital to expand his business will approach
CORRECT ANSWER = bank of industry
31 :- freom the above diagram,the movement from point n to point m implies that
CORRECT ANSWER = more of commodity x is consumed than that of of commodity y
32 :- one of yhe advantages of using labour intensive strategy of production is that if
CORRECT ANSWER = provides more employment opportunities
33 :- a business organisation in wich thwere is limitation to the amount of loses a shareholder can sustain in the event of business by law is
CORRECT ANSWER = limited liability company
34 :- rural-urban migraytion is influenced by
CORRECT ANSWER = the availability of employment opportunities
35 :- fram the above diagram the supply curve for agricultural products is illustrated by
CORRECT ANSWER = 1
36 :- the demand curve for a perfectly competitive firm is
CORRECT ANSWER = INFINITELY ELASTIC
37 :- which of yhe following is a direct tax
CORRECT ANSWER = PROPERTY TAX
38 :- froam the above graph,the equillibrum price and quantity is represented at points
CORRECT ANSWER = POQO
39 :- the most important determinant in the supply of agricultural products is
CORRECT ANSWER = WEATHER
40 :- the marginal propensity to consume measures the relationship between
CORRECT ANSWER = CHANGE IN INCOME AND CHANGE I N CONSUMPTION
CHM 130PM COMPT
1 :- the element with an electron configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s23p64s2
CORRECT ANSWER =
a noble gas
2 :- ethanoic acid is monobasic because its
CORRECT ANSWER =
has one replaceable hydrogen molecule
3 :- the type of bond in nitrogen molecule is
CORRECT ANSWER =
covalent
4 :- in the hydrogenation of benzene, the catalyst used is
CORRECT ANSWER =
Ni
5 :- the acid found in sour milk is
CORRECT ANSWER =
lactic acid
6 :- transition metals with higher oxidation state will form oxides that are
CORRECT ANSWER =
basic
7 :- the iupac nomenclature of the compound above is
CORRECT ANSWER =
pent-2-yne
8 :- in the diagram above X is
CORRECT ANSWER =
H2
9 :- if 200cm3 of oxygen passes through a porous plug in 100sec.find the time taken for the same volume of hydrogen to pass through the same porous plug
CORRECT ANSWER =
25
10 :- the method used in purifying sugar is
CORRECT ANSWER =
crystallization
11 :- the activation energy of a chemical reaction can be lowered by
CORRECT ANSWER =
the addition of a catalyst
12 :- in the equation above X is
CORRECT ANSWER =
CH3COOCH2CH3
13 :- a solubility curve is a plot of the solubility of solute against
CORRECT ANSWER =
TEMPERATURE
14 :- the method that is not economical for the removal of hardness in water for town supply is
CORRECT ANSWER =
permutit
15 :- in the electrolytic extraction of sodium from fused sodium chloride calcium chloride is usually added to
CORRECT ANSWER =
remove impurities
16 :- grades of petrol having octane number nearer zero will cause a motor car engine to ‘
CORRECT ANSWER =
17 :- nickel is plated on steel to
CORRECT ANSWER =
increase its strength
18 :- the solubility in mol/dm3 of 20.2g of potassium trioxonitrate(V)dissolved in 100g of water at room temperature is
CORRECT ANSWER =
2
19 :- what is the atomic number of an element having 127 neutrons and 82 electrons
CORRECT ANSWER =
82
20 :- 28.80CM3 OF NITROGEN AT 15c is cooled to 0C.its volue ar constant pressure is
CORRECT ANSWER =
27.3
21 :- what physical property of alkane decreases as the number of carbon atoms increases
CORRECT ANSWER =
solubility
22 :- which of the following substances are made by polymeriztion
CORRECT ANSWER =
nylon and artificial rubber
23 :- which of the following compounds is unsaturated
CORRECT ANSWER =
methylbenzene
24 :- a compound contains 31.9% potassium 28.93 chlorine and the remaining oxygen.what is the chemical formula of the compound?\
CORRECT ANSWER =
KClO2
25 :- the use of neon light in aerodome beacons is due to its
CORRECT ANSWER =
COLOUR
26 :- K4Fe(CN)6 is an example of a
CORRECT ANSWER =
complex
27 :- if T change in s is small relative to change in H at room temperature the value of change in G will be
CORRECT ANSWER =
positive
28 :- the solibility of alkanols in water is due to the presence of
CORRECT ANSWER =
hydroxyl group
29 :- when lubricating oil is redistilled,it yields
CORRECT ANSWER =
petroleum jelly
30 :- the iupac nomenclature of K2Cr2O7 SI
CORRECT ANSWER =
potassium heptaoxochromate(VI)
31 :- ALKYNES BURN WITH SMOKY LUMINOUS FLAME DUE TO HIGH
CORRECT ANSWER =
carbon content
32 :- ozone is known for its ability to
CORRECT ANSWER =
attack the respiratory tract of organisms
33 :- which of the following properties is peculiar to graphite?
CORRECT ANSWER =
it is unreactive
34 :- calculate the amount in moles of zinc that will be deposited by passing 10 faradays of elctricity through a solution of zinc salt
CORRECT ANSWER =
5
35 :- the air pollutant that dissolves in water due to produce acid rain is
CORRECT ANSWER =
O3
36 :- the property pecuiliar to pure oxygen is that it
CORRECT ANSWER =
is lighter than air
37 :- the principal property that determines the method of an extraction of a metal from its oe is its
CORRECT ANSWER =
position in the activity series
38 :- when water is added to calcium oxide,it forms
CORRECT ANSWER =
calcium hydroxide
39 :- in the reaction above, the reverse reaction can be favored by
CORRECT ANSWER =
decreases the temperature
40 :- an element with electron configuration 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p4 belongs to the
CORRECT ANSWER =
p-block

JAMB has revealed that the printing of exam slip for the 2018 UTME will begin March 6th, 2018 ahead of the main exam which begins on March 9th, 2018.

The printing of exam slip is to enable candidates to know the exact date, time and venue for their JAMB exam.
JAMB Confirms Printing Of Exam Slip For 2018 UTME Begins March 6th

So if you registered for 2018 UTME, it is advisable you print your exam slip as soon as possible once the process begins.

JAMB has stated that there will not be any mop up exam for any candidate who fails to appear on the day and time for his/her exam. That means once you miss your exam, there is nothing that can be done.

We will post an update that highlights the procedure for printing of exam slip once the process begins.

We will use the 2018 JAMB exam slip monitoring thread to know exactly when the exam slip printing has commenced. Follow the thread and let us know of any relevant update.







A Federal High Court in Abuja has declared the Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post-UTME) conducted by universities, polytechnics and colleges of education in Nigeria as illegal.
The court stated that there was no extant law authorizing the exercise.
It also maintained that only the Joint Admissions and Matriculation's Board (JAMB) could conduct matriculation examinations and give admissions into tertiary institutions by virtue of section 5 (1) (2) of the JAMB Act.
In the judgment, delivered in the suit filed by the Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP) against JAMB, the Minister of Education and the National Universities Commission (NUC), Justice John Tsoho held that the defendants have no power to allow or direct tertiary institutions to conduct further screening of candidates after they had taken the UTME.
LEDAP had submitted that Section 5 (1) (2) of the JAMB Act, allows the body to conduct matriculation examinations for admissions into all tertiary institutions after the UTME.
Subsection (2) (3) states: “JAMB shall be responsible for determining matriculation requirements and conducting examinations leading to undergraduate admissions and also for admission to National Diploma and the Nigerian Certificate in Education courses.”
Going by the constant questions we have received concerning whether or not the printing of JAMB exam slip for 2018 UTME has commenced, we deem it necessary to create this thread.

If you want to know if JAMB has actually enabled the portal to reprint the 2018 UTME Exam Slip Showing Exam Centre, Venue and Time, The answer to this question at this time is: No

Has Reprinting of JAMB 2018 Exam Slip Begun? Monitoring Thread
Nevertheless, we expect the printing of the exam slip or notification of candidates’ exam venue, date and time to commence any moment from now considering that the 2018 UTME is just one week away.
Now to make it easy for candidates to keep tabs on this, we will use this thread to monitor when the 2018 printing of exam slip will commence.
We advise candidates to keep a close watch on their email addresses since JAMB may send exam slip notifications to candidates’ email addresses.
Once you get a notification to that effect from JAMB or able to print yours, please do not fail to let us know in the comment section so that others can reprint theirs.
Keep visiting this thread from time to time to check comments, and see if anyone reports that the process has started.

How to Check JAMB Mock Results

1. Visit the JAMB portal at www.jamb.org.ng/
2.Click on "Check UTME Mock Results"
4. Enter your JAMB Registration Number or email address in the space provoided.
5. Click on "Check Mock Result" If you participated in the mock exam, your mock result details will be displayed. If you did not, you will see a message "You did not seat for Mock Examination".
Please come back and share your result on the comment section.
Goodluck!

Candidates who participated in the 2018 JAMB Mock exam are eager to know the result of the just concluded exam and have been asking questions on when they should expect it.

At the moment, we have not received any confirmation concerning the release of the mock result.
JAMB Mock Exam Results 2018 - Any Message Yet?
JAMB may either send the results to candidates that participated via emails or text messages. An official link for candidates to check it via JAMB portal may also be provided.
Based on previous experience, the results are usually released within 48 hours or so. However, we do not know for sure how long it may take for the 2018 Mock results to be released.
Therefore, we will use this thread to monitor when the results for the JAMB Mock Exams will be released.
Please feel free to let us know if you have received any message from JAMB concerning the release of results for the 2018 Mock Exam.


Out of the 258,000 candidates that applied for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME mock examination, only 211,000 candidates took part in the test on Monday, the JAMB registrar, Ishaq Oloyede, has said.
This was due to insufficient space to accommodate interested students in some of the computer-based centres across the nation.
However, the registrar, while inspecting the Blue Ocean Technology centre and Veritas University centre in Abuja on Monday told journalists that he was satisfied with the level of preparedness he noticed.
Mr. Oloyede said the board is aware of the challenges of lack of even spread of facilities in some states. He urged indigenes from such areas to establish a computer-based centre there.
“It is not that we cannot have more candidates but the spread that the candidates chose (is a challenge). For instance, if you are taking candidates that chose Pankshin as their centre, the examination will last for three days so we chose the one on ground. But there are enough spaces in Ibadan, Lagos, Oyo but you can’t move these candidates from Plateau State to these parts that have vacancies. So, its better to pick what a town can accommodate, so we have apologised to the students,” he said.
Mr. Oloyede said out of the 602 centres being used, only six of the centres had challenges.
“Although we are inspecting and monitoring the examination across the country, we had issues in Obafemi Awolowo University. Our exams have not been able to start and we have given the authorities one hour. If the problem is not solved, we will relocate our candidates elsewhere. We have an issue with a centre in Plateau state. In Taraba state, there was a crash of laptops. In Olabisi Onabanjo University and Nnamdi Azikwe University, the problem of the digital centres have been solved,” he said.
He added, “We have made provision for ‘option B’, that is why the candidates have their emails. They will receive an email changing them to another centre. Last year, it happened in LAUTECH and since it has happened there, the institution cannot be allowed to take our examination as long as I am the registrar of JAMB. Let them close their gate and we go elsewhere. Once we are unable to conduct examination in a particular centre, we go elsewhere, If you want to kill your institution because you have internal problem, go ahead and kill it.”
The registrar said there would not be ‘mop-up’ for candidates noting that ”its either the candidates write the exam or do not do the exam”.
“The board has put certain things in place to ensure effective monitoring of every candidate and also ensure good network for the candidates. Network in this term does not mean MTN, Airtel or Glo. It simply means the Local Area Network which is the cable within the centre. We do not conduct our examination on the internet so when we say there is a network problem, it is a cabling problem within the centre and not outside the hall,” he said.

The registrar said the board will ”only pay for sucessful candidates” noting that if any of the centres’ system logs any candidates out, ”the centres money will also be logged out.”
He also spoke about other challenges observed in the centres.
“For the private CBT centres, we have discovered they cut corners so that we can pay them. For instance, if we have 250,000 candidates writing the exam and 40,000 are logged out, we pay for the 40,000 that was logged out but this year, we will only pay for candidates who are absent because we must pay when candidates are absent, that is not your fault.”
Similarly, Mr. Oloyede urged the parents to keep away from the examination centres.
“We are not in the kindargaten, we are preparing these young minds for university education. The parents come too much around because they want their wards to pass at all cost, it is not helpful,” he said.
One of the centres where students were not able to write the examination was at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU).
The OAU spokesperson, Abiodun Olarewaju, told PREMIUM TIMES on Monday evening that the institution is trying to resolve the issue that led to the candidates not being able to write their examination.
“Everybody is trying come to the negotiating table to find a common ground and resolve the issue . The candidates could not finish but we are trying to resolve it. We are still at the meeting now,” Mr. Olanrewaju explained.
Meanwhile Adekunle Imran, a parent of one of the candidates, said the mock examination is meant to prepare the students for what they should expect in the main examination.

However, Mr. Imran said the board needs to create methods to assist the students in the preparation process.
“In Nigeria, we have good policies but our problem is implementation. This set of students you see on queue were supposed to have finished their exam now because they are the second batch who were to start their examination by 9.00 a.m. but this is 10:25 a.m. and they are just on the queue now for the first capturing of their identity. I understand that the first set of candidates are not done and students were told to be at the centre an hour before the examination,” Mr. Imran said.
He urged the board to adopt a system whereby the students can be captured while seated, writing the examination.
The board has fixed March 9 to 17 for the 2018 UTME.
ABUJA- AHEAD of the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination,UTME,billed to commence on March 6,the Registrar of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board,JAMB,Prof. Ishaq Oloyede,has expressed hope that the exercise would experience significant improvement over previous ones.
His confidence in the forthcoming examination was sequel to the successful conduct of a mock examination,Monday,across the country which he supervised along some officials of the board in Abuja and environs.
Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, the Registrar, Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) 
While monitoring the conduct of the mock examination which had a total of 211,000 participants out of the 257,000 that had shown interest to write, he expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the candidates and CBT centres visited.
Oloyede, who introduced mock UTME in 2017 following his appointed to take charge of the tertiary institutions’ examinations body,said it was aimed at allowing prospective candidates acquaint themselves with the Computer Based Test,CBT exercise and douse possible fear and anxiety in them during the proper exercises.
Oloyede said he was also impressed with the reports from state offices, which according to him,showed that the exercise was going on smoothly as planned.
To this end, he encouraged them and privately owned CBT centres to put finishing touches to their preparation for the 2018 UTME exercise.
Meanwhile, the JAMB Registrar, has insisted that items like wristwatches, pens, calculators, pencils, devices that could store data, transmit or receive signal, order than HB pencil, would not be accepted at the CBT centres during the UTME scheduled to begin March 9.
In addition to that, Prof. Oloyede maintained that electronic devices, mobile phones, spy reading glasses would be subjected to properly scrutiny  before being allowed into the exam hall.
 “Similarly, books or any other reading/writing material, cameras, recorders, microphones, ear piece, ink/pen readers, smart lenses, smart rings/jewellery, smart buttons and Bluetooth devices would not be allowed into the centres,”he said.
He explained that prohibition of the above listed materials and other rules were applicable to, not only the candidates but to the supervisors and examiners.
In spite of the great efforts by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to tackle examination malpractice, students and syndicates are finding new ways to bend the rule of the game to the frustration of the body and well-meaning Nigerians. Head, Education Desk, Iyabo Lawal, writes
Like a clairvoyant, he spoke with conviction. His body language was unambiguous. He punctuated each sentence he made with equanimity and clarity. All he said was good news for conscientious students. His pseudo-clairvoyant message was bad news from those who benefit from examination malpractice in the country.
This is what he said in 2015: “I foresee a JAMB that will conduct the Computer Based Test (CBT) examination within five days. I see a JAMB that will conduct a 100 per cent hitch-free and malpractice-free examination. I see a world-acclaimed JAMB in few years to come.”
The statement was made by the erstwhile Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde.
Today, he will mostly be shocked that the CBT, after all, is not as impregnable as he had envisioned. As learnt, hackers are having a go at JAMB computer network to sniff out exam questions and sell them – with prepared answers – in the black market to parents, students, and any other interested party.
If JAMB can go hi-tech, why can’t the cheats?
However, the former JAMB boss could not be faulted entirely for seeing a tasteful vision that is experiencing a distasteful reality. He had fought tooth and nail to exorcise the demon of exam malpractices in the country. At a point, Ojerinde had to beg the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to help the examination body to apprehend the syndicate, not just the students, involved in a nation-wide racket of examination malpractices.
The-then EFCC Chairman, Ibrahim Lamorde’s response to that request was telling: “We will always intervene not only during examinations; we will also like to beam a searchlight on personnel of JAMB to know how the questions get to the candidates.”
The CBT was introduced by JAMB in 2012 and was first tried in 2013. According to the exam body, it was introduced to prevent all manners of exam malpractices and fraudulent acts on the part of students and other stakeholders.
Ojerinde had related a story of how a man – impersonating a candidate – was caught writing an exam for his pregnant wife. He also narrated how a lady inserted a mobile phone in her private parts.
There are other details of exam malpractices that are ignominious in every detail. It is true that the CBT and every other means devised to reduce level of malpractice. The reality is that exam cheats – the students and the merchants selling leaked exam questions and answers – are keeping vigils to unravel the seemingly foolproof CBT system of JAMB.
Perhaps, Ojerinde knew that too when he said, “Those engaging in examination malpractices will stop at nothing in achieving their aims.”
If Ojerinde had expressed hope to the point of clairvoyance, his successor, the current JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, may not be as optimistic – for him, unease lies the head that wears the crown.
As more and more cheats – parents, JAMB personnel, mercenaries, and students – were overreaching the firewall of the CBT network, Oloyede soon realised the computer-based exam mode needed a sister. Acting like a quick-thinking institution allergic to malpractice, JAMB decided to install CCTVs at examination centres.
Has there been successes so far?
In October last year, what Oloyede said was instructive.
“It is in line with this kind of development that the board has concluded arrangements to create centres for examination malpractice devices for future examinations. There will be no compromise whatsoever. Without the deployment of the CCTV, one will just be making a mockery of the computer-based test.
“This device has ensured that even if a cheating candidate was not caught during the examination, such candidate will be caught after the examination. We will continue to ensure that with education, one can achieve everything and without it, one can achieve nothing. It, therefore, goes to tell that each one of us must strive to achieve what is good, giving the significance of life and living,” he had said.
The JAMB boss was, however, careful not to sound like his predecessor when he added, “I have statistics, which shows that what we have in Nigeria as far as examination malpractice is concerned, is a child’s play compared with what is happening in other climes. Today with the aid of technological devices for cheating such as smart watches and others the phenomenon is becoming alarming. But in our own case, as these children are getting wiser, we too are getting ahead of them,’’ he said.
JAMB’s spokesman, Dr Fabian Benjamin who recounted the activities of syndicates and efforts made so far by the examination body to bring perpetrators to book said over 20 people are presently in detention across the country for undermining JAMB registration process.
Benjamin said the body is trying hard to stop this scourge of exam malpractice because “until we get things right from there, it will be absolutely very difficult for any examination body to record success with minimal malpractice.”
He said, “Malpractice starts with registration, most of the time, examination bodies get it wrong; they think that malpractice is only at the point of writing examination but we have come to discover that malpractice starts from the registration point. It could manifest in form of multiple registration and all forms of impersonation, that is why we introduced all those new processes, if you look at our processes, you would see that we dissipated a lot of energy on registration because we believe that once we get this right, we would have gone almost 90 percent in eliminating incidences of exam malpractice, the remaining 10 percent would just be at the point of examination.”
“One thing we have discovered is that the longer our registration, the more vulnerable we are. Last year, we did one month and we registered 1.7m candidates, this year we did two months, and the first month, we could not register 10 percent of the candidates, all the 90 percent are being registered in the second month. What we discovered is that this syndicate through the media mount pressure on us to extend the registration period to two months because they thought that their investment cannot me recouped in one month. It took them three weeks to mount their equipment, get necessary expertise and break into our radial, so after doing all these, one month will be inadequate to recoup their investment.”
The JAMB spokesman added, “Infact, one of the syndicates said they brought in equipment from china, mounted it and penetrated into our system through a Computer Based Centre (CBT), got our IP address and was collecting N50, 000 per week from different centres that were registering.
Benjamin said these syndicates, who connived with CBT operators to perpetrate the crime go to a CBT centre, connected their wire to JAMB’s router at the centre into their dish and then broadcast on the internet for prospective candidates to patronise them. So, cybecafe operators were registering with them while they in turn register candidates.
“With our system, it is impossible for you to do multiple registration, what these syndicates do is that they would break in to our server, register about 100 people who are not our candidates, with the aim of going into the hall to either steal our questions and sell to parents and candidates, unknown to them that the questions are not the same for all batches. “
We monitor our registration for 24 hours, it got to a point we just discovered that people were registering around 1am-4am, and we knew something was wrong from there. Who would go to a CBT centre to register at 1am? So we started investigating and we discovered that some schools, because each has a router with us, in certain locations like Abuja, the router will be doing registration in Sokoto. A school in Lagos, the router will be doing registration in Kano, so we knew something was wrong. So we moved in, called some of the schools in Abuja to ask why it was doing registration in Lagos or Sokoto and they all denied, instantly we suspected foul play.
“For the syndicates to achieve their aim, we discovered that they connived with some of our CBT centres to get our IP address. Owners of some of these centres have been arrested.
“Some of the candidates registered by these syndicates would no doubt have issues during the examination because they were not properly registered; some of them are not even on our data bank. I don’t know why a candidate would want to go and do his registration at 1am or 4am; candidates who want to go to higher institutions must follow instructions to the latter. If a regulatory body says this is how its process should be done, why not follow the process instead of going through the back door and putting yourself in trouble? Instead of paying JAMB’s approved fee of N5, 500 for registration, these set of candidates go to the syndicates and they pay more, sometimes as high as N300, 000.
Oloyede and JAMB are not alone in this messy game – even WAEC and NECO have yet to get a hang of the sophisticated exam frauds that edevil their operations.

Those who successfully cheated in exams graduate into the larger society with the mentality that dishonesty is a quicker way to success and fame – and regrettably so, many Nigerians considered as being prominent have been fingered to have risen to the top based on questionable exam results and certificates. In a nation where exam malpractices thrive, many of its citizens will end up being insensible, dishonest, ignorant, narrow-minded, myopic, deceptive, and disingenuous. Examination malpractice puts youths and professionals in a situation that leads to a future of social-political and economic bankruptcy.
Sometimes when caught, students have had to repeat classes, retake the exams, dismissed from school; thus wasting money, time and efforts that could have been put to productive use. The importance of examination for diagnosis, placement, classification and quality control in schools has been eroded..
Even though the Federal Government promulgated laws, which stipulated a 21-year-jail term for anyone found guilty of examination malpractice, the act has become the norm rather than the exception. In 2006 the Federal Ministry of Education blacklisted and de-recognised 324 secondary schools as centres for conducting public examinations from 2007 to 2010.
Examination malpractice is an indication of declining education quality in the country and all hands must be on deck to nip this cankerworm in the bud.

It is no more news that the much awaited JAMB Mock exam for 2018 UTME candidates will finally hold on Monday February 26th, 2018.
If you are among those that will be writing the exam, please do take it serious as you may likely pick one or two things that will help you in the main examination.

Also do not forget that other candidates that won't be partcipating in the exam will depend on you for updates and relevant information concerning the conduct of the mock exam. So please take note of everything that is happening in your centre and keep us updated.

While in the hall, please take note of everything but most importantly; 
1. Check if there are CCTV Cameras 
2. Check if the Computer systems are special in anyway 
3. When you login to take an exam, check how the CBT environment is laid out. 
4. Where is the time Located, Where are your Subject Navigation Located, Where are the Question Numbers Located, e.t.c. 
5. Check if you can use both Keyboard and Mouse. 
6. Check the time given for the exam 
7. Check the number of questions given. 
8. Finally check if there is any thing new with the whole process.
Ensure you arrive your centre at least 30 minutes before your scheduled time. 
If you are going to the exam with any of the banned items, ensure you keep them some where safe outside the hall to avoid being punished or disqualified.