JAMB Mock Exam 2022: Things To Note During The Exam + Contest Alert

Nevertheless, if you are among those that will be writing the exam, please do take it seriously as you may likely pick one or two things that will help you and other candidates in the main examination.

Also, do not forget that other candidates that won’t be participating in the exam are depending 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.

We will create a LIVE UPDATES post on that day, so you can let us know anything that is happening in your centre.


At Myschool, we’re known for always coming up with contests to give back to our awesome students. So for candidates that will be participating in the mock, this contest is for you. We will be giving out N50,000.

N25,000 will be given to the 5 best-composed mock experiences and 25,000 to the 5 best-compiled sets of questions. The amount shared N5000 each to the winners in the two categories

On the day of the mock, we will create two posts; “JAMB Mock Experience”, and “JAMB mock exam questions”, which will be posted on this website around 3 – 4 pm, after we believe most candidates would be done with the exams. Candidates are to SEPARATELY provide their experiences and compilation of questions from the mock as comments on each post as appropriate. This means a brilliant candidate that follows instructions can actually win in both categories on the same day. 

Winners will be announced by Monday 11th April 2022. To be one of the winners you only have to provide a well detailed personal experience as well as a well-compiled set of questions from the UTME mock. More instructions will be provided when we publish the posts. 

PLEASE NOTE: All candidates sitting for the 2022 Mock examination scheduled for Saturday, April 9th, 2022 are advised to go to their assigned centres with N1000. The amount would be paid to the Centre owner as a service charge.

While in the hall, please take note of everything you experience;
1. Check if there are actually CCTV Cameras
2. Check if the systems are special in any way (maybe if there’s no mouse)
3. When you login to take an exam, check how the CBT environment is laid out.
4. Take note of some of the features of the interface like; the location of the time, subject and exam navigation e.t.c.
5. Check if there is provision for the use of 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 anything new with the whole process.

Ensure you arrive at your centre at least 30 minutes before your scheduled time. 

If you are going to the exam with a phone or any electronic gadget, you may not be allowed to go into the hall with it. You may have to keep them somewhere safe outside the hall to avoid being punished or disqualified.

Lastly, do not forget to come back to WAKAGIST to share your experiences and questions to win prizes. There will be a post for that after the mock exam.

All the best!

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