JAMB 2024: How to check your exam date, centre and time 

Most people miss their exams due to the inability to know the examination’s date, time and venue. I remembered missing a BEA Scholarship examination conducted by JAMB, due to rescheduling the time and venue. I strongly advised any candidate getting ready for JAMB, to check and check again. 

You always need to find out when there might be a little adjustment in time and date. Time will not permit me to share my experience when I was rescheduled for a Department of Petroleum Resources(DPR) interview in 2017.

In this post, I will show you how to check your UTME centre, date and time for regular 2024 UTME and direct entry candidates. The examination is scheduled to commence on Friday, 19th April, and end on Monday, 29th April, 2024.

Step-by-step Guide to Check Your JAMB Exam Centre, Date, and Time

  1. Visit the JAMB Exam Date, Centre, and Time Portal at www.jamb.gov.ng.
  2. Kindly enter your 2024 JAMB Registration Number in the provided field.
  3. Then, click on “print examination slip.” You may see unavailable slips or network issues. 

You equally visit the nearest accredited JAMB CBT registration centre for guidance.


The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, and the Nigeria Police have jointly warned candidates against visiting fake sites to print their slips. They gave this warning on Saturday in Abuja at a news conference.

Speaking for the Police is the Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, who said that several fake websites have been created to mislead candidates. He urged candidates to beware of their tactics. He noted that these sites are created to deceive innocent candidates into providing vital personal details. These include registration numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers, which are needed for malicious purposes.

Adejobi, speaking further, condemned the activities of the fraudsters and assured candidates of the Force’s readiness to safeguard their interests and maintain the integrity of the examination process.


The Force Public Relations Officer, also said, “We urge parents, guardians, and all stakeholders to ensure that candidates print their UTME Notification Slips only from Board’s approved website: www.jamb.gov.ng

“Candidates can printtheir slips from the comfort of their homes. Or visit any of the over 700 accredited Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres nationwide.” He emphasised that the Police was familiar with the tactics employed by the fraudsters, especially during the annual assessment and admission exercises. That is why both organisation is actively sensitisation campaign.

The JAMB spokesperson, Dr Fabian Benjamin, pledged the Board’s commitment to continue playing its role. He also urged candidates to ignore any unsolicited messages, noting that they were scams aimed at defrauding candidates. 


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