Welcome to JAMB Computer Based Test Tutorial. This tutorial will help candidates that are often overwhelmed with fear of JAMB Computer Based Test. They often ask – How will JAMB Computer Based Test will look like? Will I be able to pass? Am I computer literate? This is a step-by-step JAMB computer based test tutorial on for candidates that are writing JAMB computer based testing in the forthcoming Joint Admission and Matriculation Board -Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (JAMB-UTME) 2013/2014. Study this tutorial carefully and it will go a long way to helping you prepare and tackle the JAMB Computer Based Testing
The Figure above shows the hypothetical exams testing panel for JAMB Computer Based Test. A clearer look at the figure above will highlight several buttons that you the candidates will need to know and what they are meant for.
JAMB Computer Based Test Tutorial Steps
1. Candidates are advised to arrive at the examination venue on time.
2. Candidates are advised to sit on a system in an upright position with examination mood
3. From the JAMB Computer Based Test Tutorial Panel figure above, you will see different functional buttons and areas
(a) Subject area: where the subject taken is located
(b) The Time (duration) for the examination
(c) Remaining time for the examination. Candidates are advised to check the time lapse and time remaining to be able to complete the exams on time
(d) Instruction area: where candidates are to check the instructions pertaining the exams
JAMB Computer Based Test Tutorial :Basic Mouse Use
JAMB Computer Based Test Tutorial :Click on the mouse
Slide the computer mouse to the running mouse. Slide the mouse sideways.
Do not turn it..
Then, click on the running mouse.
JAMB Computer Based Test Tutorial :Learning about Radio Buttons
The circles below are radio buttons. This will be use as illustrated in the exams panel above, to select the correct answer
Click on them to test it.
How Do You Choose the Correct Answers?
Most times, the questions in computer based test are in the multi-choice format. This is called multi Choice Question where you will be required to pick the correct answer(s). For instance something like this appears on your screen:
Example: Solve for y.
if y – 2 + 3y = 10
You select one of the best answers by:
Pressing the letter on the keyboard,
Clicking the radio button with a mouse, or Use the Tab Key to move through the options and then pressing the space-bar to select an option.
Notice that only one radio button can be “on” at same time.
To move to the next page, click on the radio button below.
After clicking on the radio button that correspond to the correct answer. Click NEXT button to go to another question until you are finished. There is options for OMIT if you want skip the question for later consideration. For JAMB UME Use of English, you will need to the Best Way to Answer Jamb Use of English Questions
Candidates are advised to practice all JAMB Past Questions to be conversant with the pattern of the questions.
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