Change in JAMB 2022 Exam Dates as Announced by JAMB!

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has changed the dates of JAMB 2022 exam. You would recall that in a recent bulletin released by JAMB, some dates were designated as the dates for this year’s UTME exam. These dates have however been changed so as to prevent a conflict of dates that could arise if some other category of exam takers is to take another external exam also scheduled to hold in the month of April, 2022, thus, the need for the minor adjustment.

In the amended timetable, the JAMB 2022 exam scheduled to hold between April 20th, 2022 and April 30th, 2022 has been shifted and is now to hold between May 6th, 2022 and May 16th, 2022. JAMB also announced a change in the date of the mock exam from April 2nd, 2022 to April 16th, 2022. However, the dates of the start and completion of the JAMB exam registration were not affected, and still remain from February 12th, 2022 to March 19th, 2022.

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