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The 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) two days ago, Wednesday, April 17.
Fabian Benjamin, the Head of Media and Publicity for the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), on Tuesday disclosed that as of April 13, over 1.2 million have successfully written the examination.
Over 1.8 million candidates are expected to sit for the board’s UTME that commenced nationwide on April 11.
Benjamin also insisted that no result had been released yet.
He explained that the board was still screening the results as the examination was ongoing and also because more fraudulent activities were being identified in the process.
“We have to keep screening these results because there are lots of issues we discovered like multiple registrations, impersonation and the likes, so we are still fishing them out.
“Some have been arrested and those yet to be arrested, we have their records, we will fish then out. However, candidates should expect their results very soon,” he said.
How to check JAMB result
Step 1: Go to JAMB UTME e-Registration Portal: https://www.jamb.org.ng/efacility
Step 2: Enter your details (correct email address and password), log in and click on the box ”Check 2019 UTME Examination Results”.
Step 3: Your exam score will be displayed or shows ”You Do Not Have Any Result Yet.”
Some candidates will first receive their results via the email and their mobile numbers used for the exam registration.
Note: Should you see message ”You do not have any result yet”, don’t panic. Most candidates who have written their exams one to three days earlier are expected to see their results online. Just keep checking