Wednesday, 21 February 2018

JAMB To Hold 2018 UTME Next Week....Jambit Get Ready!

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says the 2018 Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will now take place on February 26.

Fabian Benjamin, the board's head, media and information, made this known in a meeting with NAN. 

He said an aggregate of 245,753 of the 1,652,795 candidates that registered during the current year's UTME are relied upon to participate in the test. 

“We are happy to announce to the public that the board has concluded arrangement for the conduct of the mock UTME, slated for Monday, February 26,” he said. 

"This is independent of the continuous strike set out upon by individuals from non-academic unions of federal universities nationwide. 

"Candidates will soon be educated on when to print warnings for the examination and also, notices will be sent through messages and instant messages on the calendars of their examination." 

He clarified that the examination was relied upon to be without hitch in light of the fact that the board had effectively lessened occurrences of breaking down of PCs by electronically coordinating the frameworks to see their usefulness and viability through connection tests. 

"This means, toward the end if the activity, whatever framework that isn't seen won't be utilized for the taunt examination. 

'The 2018 exercise sold a sum of 1, 966,918 competitor producing profiles. 

"In previous examinations this number of candidates would have paid for the structures yet through our proficient and successful arrangement of guaranteeing that candidates don't squander assets, we chose to present the profile producing administration. 

"By this strategy, candidates will initially need to create individual profiles previously continuing to get pins, in the middle of which they are available to choosing whether to proceed to pay for the enrollment archives or something else." 

NAN reports that the principle UTME is relied upon to hold nationwide from March 9 to March 17.


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