hen told that Jamb is computer based, so many candidates wonder if it is possible to write Jamb without sound knowledge of how to operate computer.
↔It is true that Jamb is purely computer based. However, you don’t necessarily need to be a *computer expert* to pass the joint admission utme. You also do not need to attend computer school before you can take
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB (2018), has resolved to abolish Computer Based Test, CBT, method for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, due to *low computer literacy level of candidates,* but as the same time 2019 Candidates can Study the *Keys* it below.
↔All you need to do is understand how Jamb 8 keys work. So long you can Identify A,B,C,D,P,N,S and R on a computer, then you are good to go. Below are the 8 computer keys
*Jamb 8 Keys To Use For CBT*
The 8 keys are
A: A stands for option A. Press the button A to show that you have chosen *A* as the correct option.
B: Press B if you think the correct option is *B.*
C: Press C if you feel that the correct answer to your question is *C.*
D: Use this if you feel the correct answer to the question at hand is D.
P: Press button P to go to *previous question.*
N: Use button N to see the *next question.*
S: This button
*submits* your answer. Ensure to cross check your work before submitting.
R: This key is used to *reverse* or undo