Since jamb got rid of the paper type that candidates were used to, there has been a lot of talk about the CBT exams.
how to write the JAMB without being able to use a computer
We’ve gotten a lot of questions from people who don’t really know what a computer-based test looks like.
Can I take the Jamb test even though I don’t know how to use a computer? How can I pass the JAMB if I don’t know how computers work?
Jamb knows that over 70% of Jamb candidates are still nervous about computer-based testing. This is why they created optional mock exams that Jamb candidates can choose to take if they want to practice and get a feel for what the real Jamb exam is like.
Can I write Jamb even if I don’t know how to use a computer?
Now, let’s get back to the main question: can I write Jamb without knowing how to use a computer?
Yes, someone who doesn’t know everything about how a computer works can still write JAMB.
You’re not going there to do work. Instead, you’re just going to click and choose from the options given to you in the objectives series.
First, try to understand how to use a mouse and how to move it around. Then, learn how to click on things on the computer. All you need to know is that, and you don’t have to go to a computer school before you can take Jamb exams.
Lastly, you should know that the Jamb 8 keys are A, B, C, D, P, N, S, and R. I think I’ve seen a video on YouTube that tries to explain something like that. Don’t worry, I’ll get permission from the video’s owner before I post the link here.
Jamb 8 Keys to Use for the 2023/24 CBT
I’ll try to explain the keys to you as much as I can, but you can also find information online.
Since the Jamb objectives go from A to D, Jamb gave you these selection keys to make it easy to choose the answer you want.
A. If you press A, it will show that you picked the right answer.
B. B is in the same situation. Click on B if the answer is B.
C. If you click on C, it means you think C is the right answer.
D. is the right answer
JAMB Special keys
P. (backwards/in the past). This simple key means “previous.” If you forgot to answer a question or want to double-check everything you’ve done so far, press “P.”
N (Next/Following). N is self-explanatory; it’s what comes after a section when you’re done with it. When you press this key, the system will load more questions.
S. means “submit,” so when you’re done, click on “S.”
R. You can undo or delete what you just typed by pressing R.
I hope this was helpful. Don’t worry, I’ll get a video that explains it in a way that everyone can understand.
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