Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) 2020 Final Exam Timetable [REVISED]

JUPEB Timetable 2020: The Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) Final Exam Timetable for 2020 has been released. The exam will hold from Monday, September 7th to Friday, September 18, 2020.

JUPEB Timetable

We are pleased to inform all the Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) 2020 Candidates that the Final Exam Jupeb Timetable has been released and also communicated to the Centre Directors.

Prior to the release of examination dates by the Federal Government for all Government-owned National Examination bodies on, the JUPEB authorities have been in touch with the Ministry of Education. Following this, we have been able to come up with the examination schedule for the 2020 JUPEB Examinations.

The 2020 JUPEB examination date has been fixed to hold from Monday, September 7th to Friday, September 18, 2020. This will be preceded with a four-week revision from August 10th to September 4, 2020.

Each JUPEB Centre is expected to adequately and sufficiently manage situations during the revision weeks and the examination per each Centre is at liberty to either continue with the online teaching or allow the students to come to school in batches, to avoid all the students on the school premises at the same time.

This advice may be useful for centres with a high number of students. The Government will be monitoring our activities and no Centre should give room for any negative report that will indict JUPEB Programme.

The Examination Time table has been released and published below:

2020 JUPEB Timetable

DAY/DATE MORNING SESSION
9:00AM – 12:00PM
AFTERNOON SESSION
1:00PM – 4:00PM
MONDAY
07/09/2020
BRIEFING SESSION AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (THEORY)
FRENCH (THEORY)
MUSIC (THEORY)
TUESDAY
08/09/2020
BIOLOGY (THEORY) ECONOMICS
WEDNESDAY
09/09/2020
MATHEMATICS
HISTORY
LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
ACCOUNTING
THURSDAY
10/09/2020
CHEMISTRY (PRACTICAL) CHEMISTRY (PRACTICAL)
GOVERNMENT
FRIDAY
11/09/2020
CHEMISTRY (THEORY)
VISUAL ARTS (THEORY)
JUMAT SERVICE
SATURDAY
12/09/2020
GEOGRAPHY
MONDAY
14/09/2020
BIOLOGY (PRACTICAL) BIOLOGY (PRACTICAL)
MUSIC (PRACTICAL)
FRENCH (ORALS)
TUESDAY
15/09/2020
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE (PRACTICAL)
VISUAL ARTS (PRACTICAL)
WEDNESDAY
16/09/2020
PHYSICS (PRACTICAL) PHYSICS (PRACTICAL)
IGBO
YORUBA
THURSDAY
17/09/2020
PHYSICS (THEORY) BUSINESS STUDIES

JUPEB TIMETABLE

List of 2020 JUPEB Subjects.

JUPEB currently offers examinations in the following nineteen (19) subjects as detailed in its syllabuses.

Arts and Humanities

  • Christian Religious Studies
  • French
  • History
  • Igbo
  • Islamic Religious Studies
  • Literature-in-English
  • Music
  • Visual Arts
  • Yoruba

Management and Social Sciences

  • Accounting
  • Business Studies
  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Government

Sciences

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

PLEASE NOTETHEORY PAPER MEANS MCQ & ESSAY

REQUIREMENTS

Centre Directors are to pay close attention to the following: 
1. Each Centre is expected to compulsorily check the temperature of the Students, Invigilators and Supervisors daily.

2 Provide Hand Sanitizers for Students, Invigilators and Supervisors, in addition to hand washing point before entry into the Examination Hall.

  1. Every candidate, invigilator, the supervisor must wear a face mask throughout the examination period. Supervisors will be mandated to enforce this and Centre Director should enforce same.

  2. The sitting arrangement must be at least one-metre distance apart as contained in the NCDC regulations of social and physical distancing. Therefore Centres are expected to get large halls for the examination. 5. Centre Directors are to furnish the Registrar/CEO with the information on the halls that will be used for examination with all the parameters indicated. This is expected for submission not later than Tuesday, August 18. (See Attachment).

  3. Centres that could not provide large halls that will be equal to the number of Supervisors that they are due to have will be charged for extra supervisors posted to them. Such Centre will be notified. Note that the margin is 1 supervisor per 500 candidates with a provision that the examination venue can take at least 300 candidates seated for examination.

  4. All other JUPEB instructions still stand. Please see attached instructions for the conduct of the JUPEB Examination.

We, therefore, expect every University JUPEB Centre to begin preparations to ensure that we have a very successful examination in 2020.

Each centre shall be held responsible for any lapse in that centre. The cooperation of everyone is highly required

Thank you
Professor Wale Okunuga Registrar/CEO 

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