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Friday, 3 August 2012

Jamb Result: Jamb 2013 Examination To Be Written In E-test Format

This is truly amazing, wow, i just can't believe it, but finally, the Jamb Official Management Board is announcing that finally, they will be Writing the Jamb 2013 Examination As A E-test Examination.
The Last Jamb Result Was written in The normal way we all know, which include the use of Pen And Paper.
But coming the jamb 2013 examination, the examination certainly will be written in an E-test Format

Professor Dibu Ojerinde, the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (shortnamed Jamb), has inform the 2013 jamb candidates, that they are to answer questions by e-testing in the 2013 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examination.

Professor Diju also made it clear while disclosing this Information regarding the Jamb Result 2013 in an interview on Tuesday.
The professor also stated that they would conduct the examination by e-testing, every candidate would answer questions on computer and await the marking of the scripts by the computer automatically, and their Jamb Result will automatically display on their computer screen.

Jamb Management board has also stated it very clearly that they would be commencing e-testing in the 2013 UTME for candidates because this is what is obtained everywhere in the world, and Nigeria has to move forward in terms of Educational Aspect.


Professor Ojerinde, the Jamb Registrar also disclosed that e-testing would facilitate quick delivery of results to candidates and reduce anxiety by candidates who had been previously waiting longer for their results by manual testing which would cause certain problem and people using it to scam their fellow Nigerians, with this Recent Update On the 2013 jamb result


Professor Diju further disclosed that the e-testing for candidates would be optional in the2013 UTME to ensure qualitative and total delivery by the board.
Professor Diju also said that charges for the 2013 Jamb forms might increase, due to the cost of maintenance of the computers to be used for the testing.
He said further that the cost of subsequent forms would come down after some years of full implementation of e-testing.
Professor Ojerinde said there would be at least one e-testing centre in one state of the 36 states of the federation for the 2013 Jamb Result.


Professor Diju also said that the actual date in which the sales of 2013 UTME forms had not yet been announced by the jamb management bank, further stating and adding that the board would meet in September 2012 to decide that when the Jamb Result for 2013 form will be out.

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