JAMB Revealed What Candidates Must Know ahead of 2020 UTME Registration

JAMB Revealed What Candidates Must Know ahead of 2020 UTME Registration

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has revealed some vital information and position of the board that would help prospective candidates in the upcoming 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). The Head of Media and Information of the JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin, disclosed to newsmen on Sunday in Lagos saying, “We are set to go. Logistics have been put in place to ensure a smooth process. JAMB Revealed What Candidates Must Know ahead of 2020 UTME Registration Joint…

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2020 JAMB Muslim students lament NIN frustration

2020 JAMB Muslim students lament NIN frustration

Muslims Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN) Lagos State Area Unit has expressed displeasure about the process of enrolment of students for their National Identity card with the National Identity Card Commission (NIMC). Since the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (Jamb) mandated National Identity Number (NIN) as a prerequisite for registration, MSSN Amir (President) Dr. Saheed Ashafa said the students have been subjected to undue stress while applying to register for the exercise. Ashafa spoke in…

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JAMB Officials to Begin Sales of 2020 UTME Registration Form from January 13

JAMB Officials to Begin Sales of 2020 UTME Registration Form from January 13

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has proposed a date for its 2020 examinations In a statement released by the registrar of the board Ishaq Oloyede, March 14 to April 4, 2020 was proposed for the Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examination (UTME), while February 18, 2020 was fixed for its mock examination which usually comes before the main UTME examinations Registration for UTME and Direct Entry students will commence on January 13 to February 17, 2020, while…

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UTME candidates won’t score zero, even when absent – JAMB

UTME candidates won’t score zero, even when absent – JAMB

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has said it has adopted a policy of score standardisation under which Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination candidates cannot get zero, even if they are absent from the examination. The board explained that apart from absentee candidates, candidates who did not attempt any question or who did not get any answer correctly were also captured under the policy and would be awarded a “common scale with uniform metric.” According to…

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