The ENACT Innovation Hub, Ajase-Ipo commenced a training and testing program that is tailored towards JAMB candidates across the 7 Local governments of Kwara South.
Participants will have opportunity to be familiarized with computer systems, learn effective time management, skills and strategies to approach Computer Based Testing CBT, and other skills to ensure success during the upcoming CBT testing. Modules of previous multiple years are made available for practice Testing as well.
About 75 people registered with about 23 participants in attendance on day one. The participants were given a tour of the facility, introduced to the concept of computer-based testing, tips, insights, and best practices were shared with the participants.
The participants also did a mock testing on the Use of English, a general subject for the UTME test.
The ENACT Innovation Hub is the brainchild of celebrated *philanthropist and community development advocate, Engr. Nurudeen Adeyemi Balogun,* who is the founder of the ENACT Innovation Hub, Ajase-Ipo.