According to JAMB, the official dates for the commencement of the sale of both documents and the conduct of the examinations would be announced not later than March 24.

We, therefore, advise candidates to start out preparing for his or her exams by using our platform 321exam.com, the JAMB CBT computer software and JAMB CBT mobile app.

The board stated that the delay in announcing the sales of form was thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic that caused some disruptions. JAMB warned the general public against falling prey to fraudsters because the 2021 UTME/DE application forms don’t seem to be yet on sale.

Anybody advertising anything to the contrary may be a fraudster,” it warned. The board further disclosed that in line with its commitment to making sure sanity within the entire process, it had apprehended one Mr Okogu Ambrose for collecting monies from prospective candidates all in the name of registering them for the yet-to-commence 2021/2022 UTME exercise. JAMB also appealed to any or all and varied to support its drive towards ensuring that bad eggs within the society, who were intent on destroying education developmental aspirations, were made to face the complete wrath of the law.