Thursday, 18 February 2016

JAMB Fixes date for the 2016 UTME

Dr. Fabian Benjamin, the JAMB’s head of Public Relations, made this known on Tuesday, February 16, adding that about 500 internet-complaint centres in the country would be used for the computer-based test.

He explained that the exam would hold in seven other centres outside Nigeria.

The affected centres are United Kingdom, Cameroon, Ghana, Republic of Benin, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Ethiopia.

The board therefore asked candidates to print their examination notification from February 18, stating it had concluded arrangements for a smooth conduct of the test.

JAMB statement read in part: “Candidates are urged to print their examination notification from Thursday, February 18, 2016 for the schedules of their examination. The notification contains their date, time of examination and venue. Candidates are to adhere strictly by these schedules, as there will be no rescheduling of any examination if a candidate misses his/her date or time of examination.”

“They are to be in their various centres 30 minutes before their time. Again candidates are advised to check their schedules properly as JAMB will not condone any excuse in the event of candidate missing his or her time and date of examination.

“Candidates are to also note that they can visit JAMB accredited Computer-Based Centre or any cybercaf√© to print their slip or any place of their choice. It could be done at their homes.”

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