Nairaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / Login / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 1262845 members, 1711967 topics. Date: Friday, 31 October 2014 at 09:49 PM

2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process - Education - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Education / 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process (114042 Views)

Lasu 2014/2015 Admission process / University Of Ibadan 2014/15 Admission Process.... / 2014/2015 Utme And Admission Process (1) (2) (3) (4)

(0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ... (71) (Reply) (Go Down)

2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 12:10pm On Nov 04, 2012
Hello am sure some ppl hope is not yet broken but so many ppl hope r broke already by various higher institution. We r still expecting some list in some sch but it better we start planning for 2013/2014 utme and admission from now on to easy things for each other. It is for sure so many ppl will be joining the about to graduate secondary school student by next year and various examination bodies will soon start selling forms and lot of us will be obtaining the forms but before we fill that form let us have all the necessary information we need which will increase our chances in next year admission seeking exercise. We can get such information here don't just be shy to ask that question that has been on ur mind all along it might be the edge u need.

1 Like

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 12:15pm On Nov 04, 2012
Do you know that a total of six hundred and twenty three thousand and sixty nine(623,069) applicants out of the 1.5million who applied for the 2012 JAMB UTME are currently seeking admission from only 11 Universities, with a total carrying capacity, not exceeding 70,000 persons.

This means that over 554,000 persons would not be admitted, and would also purchase the next JAMB UTME form, increasing the number of applicants?

To beat this number to ur admission u need to start with having the right grade in ur o levels (waec neco nabteb a level gce etc) n have the right combination

1 Like

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 12:21pm On Nov 04, 2012
JAMB has announced that candidates seating for
UTME 2013 will have 3 testing options. The first is
Computer Based Testing (CBT), which will allow
candidates write UTME using a computer and know
their result almost immediately. The second is the
computer-paper testing will allow candidates view
questions on computer but answer on paper.
The final option is the good old pencil and paper.
UTME candidates are expected to choose one of the
options. According to JAMB, by 2015 only computer
based testing will be available to UTME candidates.

2 Likes

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 12:32pm On Nov 04, 2012
DO you Know that:
The Nnamdi Azikiwe University(UNIZIK) with 82,148 admission seeking applicants in 2012, can only admit 4,373 at the end of the day?

Over 77,000 persons must have wasted their parents money, applying for admission at the University.

1 Like

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by Obinnau(m): 1:45pm On Nov 04, 2012
i love this thread really learned a thing or two!
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 2:21pm On Nov 04, 2012
Do You Know That, 55% of admissions into all Universities in Nigeria, is based on the candidates state of origin, with only 45% available on merit?

Be wise, 2012 application begins soon!!

2 Likes

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 2:22pm On Nov 04, 2012
Obinnau: i love this thread really learned a thing or two!

More on ur way
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 2:33pm On Nov 04, 2012
These are some statistics of the JAMB UTME 2012
exams. You can check the JAMB results here
1,503,931 candidates wrote the 2012 UTME
States With The Most JAMB Applicants
123,865 applications came from Imo State
88,876 from Delta
84,204 from Anambra
73,935 from Osun
71,272 from Oyo
71,173 from Ogun
States With The Lowest JAMB Applicants
FCT had the lowest applications with 3,380
Followed by Sokoto with 5,664
Zamfara had 5,713
Yobe had 6,389
Kebbi had 7,364
Jigawa had 11,529
Universities With The Most Jamb Applicants
University of Lagos had 83,865 JAMB Applicants
Nnamdi Azikiwe, Akwa had 82,148
Uniben had 80,048
UNN had 79,398
Unilorin had76,276
OAU had 64,702
ABU had 56,708
Uniport had 48,439
UniUyo had 44,397
IMSU had 43,353
UI had 40,011
JAMB UTME 2012 Result Summary
Only 3 Scored 300 and above
901 candidates scored between 270 – 299
71,339 candidates scored between 250 – 269
601,151 candidates scored between 200 – 249
374, 920 candidates scored between 170 – 199
336, 330 candidates scored below 170
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 3:14pm On Nov 04, 2012
In the polytechnics section, Federal Polytechnic
Nekede has the highest number of applicants
so far with a total of 137,351 candidates who
applied for the institution as 1st Choice and
120,810 applied the school for 2nd choice.
Yabatech follows with a total of 104,782 1st
choice candidates and 65,979 2nd choice
candidates.
Following Yabatech is Auchi Polytechnic with a
total of 86,280 of 1st Choice Candidates and
64,068 2nd choice candidates.

1 Like

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 7:35am On Nov 05, 2012
Just an inspiration
“Don’t give up when you still have something to give because nothing is really over until the moment you stop trying.
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 7:15pm On Nov 05, 2012
Has JAMB 2013: e-Registration Started?

Everyone is Nigeria is asking same question, so you are not an exception. But not to worry! As always, we have suiting answers here.

Macmos is currently working on a comprehensive report on the registration guidelines, procedures, where to get the PIN, approved registration points, etc.
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 3:03pm On Nov 06, 2012
JAMB- UTME 2013 Registration Form is Out!! JAMB 2013/2014 Registration Guidelines and Instructions Here
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 3:09pm On Nov 06, 2012
The Joint Admissions & Matriculation Board, (Jamb) has begun her e-registration for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, (UTME).
This information has been confirmed by MACMOS Crew. We have been monitoring Jamb website and today 6th November, Jamb’s launch the official 2013 Registration Portal at www.jamb.org.ng/Unifiedtme2013/.
The Jamb 2013/2014 website link above is now active, Jamb managements is now set to launch the purchase of their Registration Scratch cards at approved selling outlets nationwide.
Although, we strongly advice that candidates should NOT register immediately, but should hold their peace and wait until December 2012 or better still until January 2013 when all issues regarding this year’s registration is completely solved or sorted out by Jamb. (Remember, Jamb introduce Computer Based Test and other Two Options in the 2013 Jamb Examination.)
Although, you won’t be registrating until December or January 2013. All the Candidates are advised to download and PRINT the New 2013 Jamb/UTME Online Registration Template and seek help/advise in filling the form. To Download the 2013 Jamb/UTME Online Registration Template, Goto Jamb official website
As at the time of publishing this post, the actual cost of Jamb 2013 scratch card is yet to be announced to the general public.
However, the cost of the jamb registration scratch card is expected to be NGN4,600 (Four Thousand Six hundred Naira) Only.
This year’s jamb will be different from the previous ones, candidates will be expected to select one of two Testing option while filling the jamb 2013 form;
You can chose any one of the below.
*1* Paper and Pencil Testing (PPT)
*2* Computer Based e-Testing (CBT)
WARNING! Candidates should take note that they are to perform their registration ONLY via Authorized Business/Computer Centres even if they are able to do the registration themselves, using personal computers.
What this entails is that, you can’t use your computer to register your jamb 2013/2014 Form yourself. The list of Authorised Business/Computer Centres/CyberCafe will be made avialable soon.
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 3:18pm On Nov 06, 2012
Before going to any Business Center or cybercafè to register/Complete your Jamb form;
please take note of the followings:
* Please Ensure you have downloaded and PRINT the New 2013 Jamb/UTME Online Registration Template- CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD IT www.freebrowsinglink.com
* When you have Download and Print the 2013 Jamb Registration Template, You can take the FORM home.
With the help of the official 2013 Jamb brochure and other relevant handy information, fill the form.
* After filling the Jamb Registration Template, proceed to any of the approved business center or cybercafe nearest to you, to fill your details online. (we will update this post to list the full Approved Jamb Registration Business Centers in Nigeria, Currently, Jamb website is as busy as bee.)
Pre-Registration Notes For Jamb 2013 Candidates;
1. Please Remember to collect your Jamb registration scratch card from the business centre/cybercafe after registrations (don’t leave your Jamb Scratch card with them, you will definitely need it, also keep it in a safe place.)
2. Candidates should take note that you cannot change your Examination Town after you have submitted your form. Don’t make mistake here!
3. You will require a JPEG passport to be scanned or digitized. The passport should not be older than Three (3) months.
4. Candidates will be require to have a working Email address to successfully complete thei registration and get additional information from Jamb. You can get a free Email address at www.Gmail.com or Yahoo! (Both of them are free, Gmail.com may required you to confirm a code. They will call your cell phone number and give you 6 or 7 digit number to put in a box. Then your account is automatically activated)
freebrowsinglink.com
5. Candidates should note that they will NOT be able to change their Names, Date of Birth, Origin and Gender after submitting their application.
If you are using Jamb 2013 approved Business Center or Cyber-Cafe, all the above procedures, including the Finger Print Registration should be avialable.
Every other related Jamb Information, example.
* Jamb 2013 approved selling point,
* Jamb 2013/2014 Closing date and
* Jamb 2013 Examination Dates will be made available to you on this page.
We advice that you bookmark this page and also follow us to get the latest update.

this page is still Loading… Stay with Us.

1 Like

Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 10:13pm On Nov 10, 2012
Take note of the following before filling ur utme form
Make sure the course u want to read is offered in the university by confirming from a student. I realize that some courses r in jamb brochure n on their site as in u see it y reg online but the school don't offer such courses. If this mistake is done u will reduce ur chances of gaining admission in such cases. For more infor pin:27A625F5 08181583039 pls share.
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 11:06pm On Nov 10, 2012
Explaining JAMB’s e-testing for 2013 UTME

As the Federal Government, last week, formally launched Computer-Based Test for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, Clement Idoko writes on the initiative. 

As part of the ongoing reforms in the education sector, the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, formally launched Computer-Based Test to be employed by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in the conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) with effect from 2013.   

The first of its kind in the country, there however, are fears of the feasibility of the concept, given the low level of knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigeria. The fears being expressed by both stakeholders in the education sector and some would-be UTME candidates are further heightened by the inadequacy of infrastructure to support the scheme.  

Computer-Based Test is administration of an examination using a computer. When fully implemented, it will come to replace the Paper-Pencil Test (PPT) used by JAMB in the conduct of the UTME.

However, Professor Rufai, and the Registrar, Chief Executive of JAMB, Professor ’Dibu Ojerinde, dispelled whatever fears that may be entertained by the people, as due diligence, according to them had been taken in the development of the initiative.

One unique feature of the e-exam, as announced by Professor Ojerinde, is that the 2013 UTME will be staggered and will hold for 17 days, obviously because of inadequate computers for the examination to hold in a day, simultaneously across the nation and in some foreign countries, as it used to be. He also disclosed that every candidate will get his or her score instantly as the examination is concluded, while the final results would be released by the board later.  

The flag-off, according to the JAMB registrar marks the beginning of intensive campaign of CBT, for Nigerians to get acquainted with the scheme before the examination is held next year. Car stickers, flyers and posters have been produced by JAMB for distribution to the public and candidates during registration. The board said it will also employ radio, television jingles and newspaper advertisement to properly educate people on the scheme. 

The minister, while unveiling the scheme in Abuja, announced gradual phasing out of the paper-pencil test. According to her, candidates will be presented with three options in the UTME from 2013 to 2015 when the Computer-Based Test (CBT) will be fully implemented. 

She explained that apart from the CBT, candidates have two other options, namely; the traditional Paper- Pencil Test and Dual Mode involving the use of Computer and Paper-Based Test. 

In the case of CBT, an individual will be electronically tested. In other words, you see the questions on the screen and you answer on the screen, while in the case of Computer and Paper, candidates could see questions on display on computer and use the paper and pencil to answer. 

Rufa’i, who was exhilarated at the initiative, described the e-testing as a unique and very transformative effort of the Federal Ministry of Education, through JAMB. She said: “Under the present administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, we are targeting the transformation of the entire education sector between now and 2015. Part of the effort is to look at the issue of quality of education and then to also look at the issue of access.” 

She noted that part of the issue of quality was to ensure that “we do our testing and assessment properly,” adding that the concept would help address some of the challenges faced in the conduct of examination in the country. 

According to her, the CBT has two major advantages. “First, we are moving in terms of advancing the nation technologically, like is obtainable elsewhere in the nations of the world. And of course, the major advantage is to reduce or completely eliminate the issue of examination malpractices.” 

To be continuedExplaining JAMB’s e-testing for 2013 UTME

As the Federal Government, last week, formally launched Computer-Based Test for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, Clement Idoko writes on the initiative. 

As part of the ongoing reforms in the education sector, the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, formally launched Computer-Based Test to be employed by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in the conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) with effect from 2013.   

The first of its kind in the country, there however, are fears of the feasibility of the concept, given the low level of knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigeria. The fears being expressed by both stakeholders in the education sector and some would-be UTME candidates are further heightened by the inadequacy of infrastructure to support the scheme.  

Computer-Based Test is administration of an examination using a computer. When fully implemented, it will come to replace the Paper-Pencil Test (PPT) used by JAMB in the conduct of the UTME.

However, Professor Rufai, and the Registrar, Chief Executive of JAMB, Professor ’Dibu Ojerinde, dispelled whatever fears that may be entertained by the people, as due diligence, according to them had been taken in the development of the initiative.

One unique feature of the e-exam, as announced by Professor Ojerinde, is that the 2013 UTME will be staggered and will hold for 17 days, obviously because of inadequate computers for the examination to hold in a day, simultaneously across the nation and in some foreign countries, as it used to be. He also disclosed that every candidate will get his or her score instantly as the examination is concluded, while the final results would be released by the board later.  

The flag-off, according to the JAMB registrar marks the beginning of intensive campaign of CBT, for Nigerians to get acquainted with the scheme before the examination is held next year. Car stickers, flyers and posters have been produced by JAMB for distribution to the public and candidates during registration. The board said it will also employ radio, television jingles and newspaper advertisement to properly educate people on the scheme. 

The minister, while unveiling the scheme in Abuja, announced gradual phasing out of the paper-pencil test. According to her, candidates will be presented with three options in the UTME from 2013 to 2015 when the Computer-Based Test (CBT) will be fully implemented. 

She explained that apart from the CBT, candidates have two other options, namely; the traditional Paper- Pencil Test and Dual Mode involving the use of Computer and Paper-Based Test. 

In the case of CBT, an individual will be electronically tested. In other words, you see the questions on the screen and you answer on the screen, while in the case of Computer and Paper, candidates could see questions on display on computer and use the paper and pencil to answer. 

Rufa’i, who was exhilarated at the initiative, described the e-testing as a unique and very transformative effort of the Federal Ministry of Education, through JAMB. She said: “Under the present administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, we are targeting the transformation of the entire education sector between now and 2015. Part of the effort is to look at the issue of quality of education and then to also look at the issue of access.” 

She noted that part of the issue of quality was to ensure that “we do our testing and assessment properly,” adding that the concept would help address some of the challenges faced in the conduct of examination in the country. 

According to her, the CBT has two major advantages. “First, we are moving in terms of advancing the nation technologically, like is obtainable elsewhere in the nations of the world. And of course, the major advantage is to reduce or completely eliminate the issue of examination malpractices.” 

To be continued
Explaining JAMB’s e-testing for 2013 UTME

As the Federal Government, last week, formally launched Computer-Based Test for the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, Clement Idoko writes on the initiative. 

As part of the ongoing reforms in the education sector, the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, formally launched Computer-Based Test to be employed by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in the conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) with effect from 2013.   

The first of its kind in the country, there however, are fears of the feasibility of the concept, given the low level of knowledge in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Nigeria. The fears being expressed by both stakeholders in the education sector and some would-be UTME candidates are further heightened by the inadequacy of infrastructure to support the scheme.  

Computer-Based Test is administration of an examination using a computer. When fully implemented, it will come to replace the Paper-Pencil Test (PPT) used by JAMB in the conduct of the UTME.

However, Professor Rufai, and the Registrar, Chief Executive of JAMB, Professor ’Dibu Ojerinde, dispelled whatever fears that may be entertained by the people, as due diligence, according to them had been taken in the development of the initiative.

One unique feature of the e-exam, as announced by Professor Ojerinde, is that the 2013 UTME will be staggered and will hold for 17 days, obviously because of inadequate computers for the examination to hold in a day, simultaneously across the nation and in some foreign countries, as it used to be. He also disclosed that every candidate will get his or her score instantly as the examination is concluded, while the final results would be released by the board later.  

The flag-off, according to the JAMB registrar marks the beginning of intensive campaign of CBT, for Nigerians to get acquainted with the scheme before the examination is held next year. Car stickers, flyers and posters have been produced by JAMB for distribution to the public and candidates during registration. The board said it will also employ radio, television jingles and newspaper advertisement to properly educate people on the scheme. 

The minister, while unveiling the scheme in Abuja, announced gradual phasing out of the paper-pencil test. According to her, candidates will be presented with three options in the UTME from 2013 to 2015 when the Computer-Based Test (CBT) will be fully implemented. 

She explained that apart from the CBT, candidates have two other options, namely; the traditional Paper- Pencil Test and Dual Mode involving the use of Computer and Paper-Based Test. 

In the case of CBT, an individual will be electronically tested. In other words, you see the questions on the screen and you answer on the screen, while in the case of Computer and Paper, candidates could see questions on display on computer and use the paper and pencil to answer. 

Rufa’i, who was exhilarated at the initiative, described the e-testing as a unique and very transformative effort of the Federal Ministry of Education, through JAMB. She said: “Under the present administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, we are targeting the transformation of the entire education sector between now and 2015. Part of the effort is to look at the issue of quality of education and then to also look at the issue of access.” 

She noted that part of the issue of quality was to ensure that “we do our testing and assessment properly,” adding that the concept would help address some of the challenges faced in the conduct of examination in the country. 

According to her, the CBT has two major advantages. “First, we are moving in terms of advancing the nation technologically, like is obtainable elsewhere in the nations of the world. And of course, the major advantage is to reduce or completely eliminate the issue of examination malpractices.” 

To be continued
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 8:01am On Nov 11, 2012
Question time on utme n university of choice
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by Cation(m): 12:20pm On Nov 11, 2012
For this 2013/2014 jamb I want to choose pharmacy in OOU nd Nursing in Babcock,what re ur advice for me nd secondly wot re d subject combination for nursing in babcock uni post utme.I wuld like to noe d total money I'll pay for a whole year as a fresher
In babcock.tanks nid ur opinion asap
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 5:54am On Nov 12, 2012
Cation: For this 2013/2014 jamb I want to choose pharmacy in OOU nd Nursing in Babcock,what re ur advice for me nd secondly wot re d subject combination for nursing in babcock uni post utme.I wuld like to noe d total money I'll pay for a whole year as a fresher
In babcock.tanks nid ur opinion asap

Ur utme combination will be english, biology, chemistry and physics. about the fee not so sure but u pay around 600k.
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by Obinnau(m): 2:50pm On Nov 12, 2012
i am going 4 medicine at UDU Sokoto and Anatomy at ABU Zaria what are my chances and do u think it is feasible?
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by tboy08: 8:33pm On Nov 12, 2012
Passing by!!!
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by macmos(m): 10:13pm On Nov 12, 2012
Obinnau: i am going 4 medicine at UDU Sokoto and Anatomy at ABU Zaria what are my chances and do u think it is feasible?
It is very feasible if u have their necessary requirement n the competition there is not so much
Re: 2013/2014 Utme And Admission Process by Obinnau(m): 10:22pm On Nov 12, 2012
macmos:
It is very feasible if u have their necessary requirement n the competition there is not so much
help what are those necessary requirements!

1 Like

(0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ... (71) (Reply)

List Of Universities, Polytechnics And Colleges Of Education In Nigeria / Universities Pull Out Of ASUU Strike 2013 / Maritime Academy Of Nigeria, Oron Admission Application

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2014 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See Nairalist and How To Advertise. 159
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.