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Computer Based Test (CBT) Centres in Nigeria

Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in its quest to sanitize Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and bring examination malpractice to its barest minimum in 2013 decided to introduce Computer Based Test (CBT) in the conduct of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) but decided to make it optional due to computer phobia among greater percentage of the candidates. This can also be attributed to inability of some candidates to have access to computer.

In the year 2015, Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) consolidated on the achievements of 2013 by making the Computer Based Test (CBT) compulsory. The Computer Based Test (CBT) Centres within the country grew from below hundred (100) Centres to above three hundred and ninety nine (399) centres within the country.

It was at this point that private investors and UTME prospective candidates know that there was no going back to pen and paper. This made private investors to feel more secure investing in this sector. 

Four (4) years from 2015, Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has made lots of gains both on the numbers of Computer Based Test (CBT) Centres within the country that has growned from three hundred and ninety nine (399) to seven hundred and seventeen (717) currently and on the functionality and workings of the Computer Based Test software.


Gain on time frame for release Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result

Before the era of Computer Based Test (CBT), the time frame it takes Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to release results of candidates is within the range of three (3) to six (6) weeks with many uncertainty as to missing script of candidates which may have occurred on transit.

With the introduction of Computer Based Test (CBT), candidates has felt better over the time frame it takes to have their result delivered directly to their telephone number. Most times, it does not take up to twenty four (24) hours while in some cases it does not last more than fourty eight hours (48) for the result to arrive with no stories on missing script except if exams were cancelled in your centre due to irregularity.

In modern Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), If irregularity leads to cancellation, JAMB organizes fresh exams for the affected  candidates in a new Computer Based Test (CBT). 



Importance of Computer Based Test (CBT) Centres Within States in Nigeria

Since the introduction Computer Based Test (CBT) and proliferation of these centres accross state within Nigeria has put smile among young Nigerians  graduate seeking for jobs in federal government agencies and parastatal because some these government agencies and parastatals have adopted Computer Based Test (CBT) in te conduct of its jobs interview.

Agencies like Federal Road Safety Corps(FRSC), National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Nigerian Police Force (NPF) to mention but a few now conduct their job interviews through Computer Based Test (CBT) and young Nigerians now have faith in exams conducted by these Agencies because they believe manipulation of results will hardly be effected.

To crown it all, government agencies and parastatals now conduct their promotional exams through Computer Based Test (CBT). 


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