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More so, those who have been asking me about the date when JAMB registration will start, should note that JAMB 2019 registration will start in January.
You can read my article on the date for JAMB 2019/2020 examination for more details on that. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has officially announced that the sales of JAMB registration form for 2019 UTME will commence on January 10th, 2019.
The announcement was made by JAMB’s Registrar Professor Oloyede during a meeting with owners of JAMB Computer Based Test Centres at the University of Lagos.
In other to be fully aware of what to expect during JAMB 2019 registration and the procedures for registration, we are going to update you with 2019/2020 registration procedures to help you know how it’s done.
Immediately when you click start, the clock timer begins to count, which indicates the progress of the exams. This also indicates the time that is remaining for the exams.
At any point of the exams, at least you should be able to see how much time remaining for you.
Computer Based Testing requires the examinee to have a grab on basic computer knowledge,as well as understanding important navigation. Apart from writing the exams on a computer, the arrangement of the exams with respect to timing and level of precision also differs with the conventional paper and pencil based testing
•FEATURES OF COMPUTER BASE TEXT
(1) One-Student-One-Computer: This testing system is based on one person per computer system at a particular time. As always expected of a good student, you are advised to enter the examination hall only with the approved examination materials. The candidate will sit close to the computer system, maybe a laptop computer or a desktop computer.
The candidate will face the computer screen awaiting the invigilators command . Some Exams like the ones mostly administered by PEARSON are strictly on computer based while some others may be dual, i.e both computer and paper. In the latter, the students or examinee is given examination question paper and they will be required to answer their questions on the computer unlike the former, the students or the examinee are not given any question paper. Here the questions are on the computer screen while the examinee chooses their seemingly correct answers by right clicking the radio button.
(2) Computer Based Test Desktop, How does it look like? All computer desktops contain icons for simple computer user interaction with the computer system. It uses the WYSIWYG theory.
That means what you see is what you get. Depending on the type of test, the computer screen might be preset to the START page where the examinee will just have to fill in their personal details which is sometimes part of the exams itself.