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According to Jamb: candidates should reprint mock test slips.

Candidates To Reprints Mock Test

Candidates taking the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board’s (JAMB) mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) have been asked to reprint their examination slips.
The board issued the directive in the office of the Registrar’s Weekly Bulletin, which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.

Following the change in the examination date, JAMB instructed candidates who had expressed an interest in sitting for the mock-UTME and had previously printed the examination slips to reprint them.

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Candidates who registered for the 2021 UTME and expressed an interest in taking the optional mock exam should reprint their mock notification slips.

This is as a result of the change of date for the mock-UTME, which was previously scheduled for Thursday, May 20 but will now take place on Thursday, June 3. Because the new slip would have a new date, it is important to reprint.

Candidates can print the optional mock notification slip from anywhere they want, as long as they have internet access, as previously stated.

Candidates can go to https://www.jamb.gov.ng, click on the facility, and print their slips,” the website said.
The board clarified that each slip contained information about the applicants, such as their registration number and, most importantly, the location of the examination center in their chosen town.
It went on to say that the slip also included the planned time of arrival at the heart.

Candidates were also instructed by JAMB to print and review the contents of the slip in order to prevent confusion about the location of their centers and the names of the test centers.
Following news of widespread registration delays, the JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, recently announced the extension of the 2021 UTME and mock examinations.

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According to Oloyede, the 2021 Mock, which was previously scheduled for May 20, will now take place on June 3, while the UTME will take place from June 19 to July 3.
In a related development, the board advised candidates’ parents to avoid falling prey to bribery from some schools under the guise of enrolling their children in groups.

The UTME and Direct Entry (DE) registration and review were not school-based, according to JAMB, unlike the West African Examination Council (WAEC) or the National Examination Council (NECO).

As a result, schools have little involvement in the board’s organizational processes.
This is because these exercises only involve individual candidates’ involvement and commitment.
As a result, schools that are using the board’s name to defraud parents of large amounts of money for registration or other services are hereby warned to cease and desist immediately,”

According to the board, the information is required because it discovered a series of data mutilation caused, among other things, by the unwholesome practice of community registration processing.

It went on to say that the UTME forms (ePINs) would cost ₦3,500 and

According to the board, the information is required because it discovered a series of data mutilation caused, among other things, by the unwholesome practice of community registration processing.

It went on to say that the UTME forms (ePINs) would cost ₦3,500 and ₦500 for the reading text, respectively, and that certified Computer Based Test (CBT) centers would not be allowed to charge more than ₦700 as a service charge.
The board reminded parents that their children should register for the UTME individually rather than in a school.

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JAMB also mentioned that 1,223,962 UTME candidates and 63,586 DE candidates had been registered so far.

500 for the reading text, respectively, and that certified Computer Based Test (CBT) centers would not be allowed to charge more than ₦700 as a service charge.
The board reminded parents that their children should register for the UTME individually rather than in a school.

JAMB also mentioned that 1,223,962 UTME candidates and 63,586 DE candidates had been registered so far.

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