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The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) has announced the release of mock results 2021. All candidates who sat for the mock 2021 are to read further for full details.

Two weeks after conducting the mock examinations for candidates who registered for the 2021 UTME and also signified interest in writing the mock examination.

The board through her spokesperson Dr Fabian Benjamin has directed all candidates who sat for the mock exam to proceed to the board’s portal in checking their unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) mock results.

Dr Fabian Benjamin further added that with the successful conduct and completion of the UTME mock exam, it means all preparations are done and the exam slated for commencement on June 19 can proceed as planned.

Following the release of the mock 2021 results and barring any last-minute hitches, the exam is to hold between June 19th and July 3rd 2021 as planned and announced by the board.

Candidates are to note that the process of checking the released mock 2021 results is not the same as the process of checking the results of the main examination. The main examination results can be checked on the board’s portal and through SMS but the SMS option is not available for checking of the released mock results 2021, the mock results 2021 can only be checked on the board’s portal. You can check your released mock results by clicking this.

The mock examination was conducted on Thursday, 3rd of June 2021 nationwide and only took a day, many had anticipated that the UTME 2021 mock examination take more than one day body unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME} took only one day to the surprise of many maybe because of the low turn-out for the examination by the candidates.

The body’s spokesperson, Dr Fabian Benjamin in a statement released announced the release of the JAMB mock results 2021 on June 16 2021 barely two weeks after conducting the examination.

He directed students to proceed to the board’s portal to check their released mock 2021 examination. In addition, he however noted that only a few out of the students who initially showed interest in sitting for the mock examination turned up.

A total of 160,718 candidates signified interest in sitting for the examination but on the day of the examination only 62,780 turned out for the examination.

Though, the mock examination is not compulsory for candidates sitting for the unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) but it is highly necessary for students who have never sat for the examination before. Many candidates do believe that the practice with Past Questions (PQ) either paper based or computer based is enough or the CBT app they used to practice in their tutorial centers is enough to get them acquainted with the modalities of the examination but this is is not absolutely true.

While practicing gets you prepared for the examination itself in terms of knowledge, syllabus and technicalities of answering questions, writing the mock exam will get you familiarized with the system, the keys, site navigation and other important information. Many students on the day of exam do fidget and suffer examination tension, some will be sweating profusely not because they don’t know what to write but due to a new environment and fear of failure, the candidate will become scared, all of these and many other more are reasons why sitting for the mock examination is highly advised.

See Also: JAMB Result 2020: How to Check 2020 JAMB UTME Results Online With Registration Number.




The steps to check the JAMB MOCK result 2021 is easy. Do the following to get your mock result.

JAMB release mock results 2021

JAMB release mock results 2021

  1. Proceed to JAMB”S portal
  4. On the next page, provide your email or JAMB registration number and
  5. Check mock result

Irrespective of whatever the result is, it does not have any effect on your main UTME results, it only shows you how well you have prepared and need to prepare for the main unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME).

We wish you success in your examination, do you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to use the comment box below in reaching out to us. Also, you can also help us in sharing this information with your friends and family on Facebook, WhatsApp, twitter, and other social media platforms.

Hi, I'm Ogundare Abdulahi, an educator, content developer and web programmer. I love helping people and disseminating information. At my leisure time, I like reading and surfing the web.

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