– UTME candidates are instructed to start printing their examination notification slip from Tuesday, March 6
– They are also advised to print their slips are printed before Friday, March 9
– Candidates are equally warned not to go to their respective centres with prohibited items such as telephones, wristwatches, pens, and other devices
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has directed candidates for the 2023 UTME to start printing their
examination notification slip from
Tuesday, March 6.
The board’s head of media and
information department, Fabian
Benjamin, said in Lagos on Sunday, March 4, that arrangements had been concluded
for the successful conduct of the exam scheduled to hold from March 9 to March 17, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
He said: “With have successfully
conducted the Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) on Monday, February 26, and based on that, we can confidently say, we are good to go.
“The mock UTME was to expose the candidates to the process as well as test the level of preparedness of the various
“Candidates can now go ahead and print their examination notification slips from Tuesday, March 6.
“These candidates must ensure that these slips are printed before Friday, March 9, in order to farmiliarise themselves with the
examination schedules as no form of excuse for missing the examination, will be entertained.
“We want to warn that the board will not reschedule any examination for anybody and so any candidate that fails to adhere
strictly to the examination schedule as stated in their slips should have himself or herself to blame.”
Benjamin, however, warned candidates not to go to their respective centres with prohibited items such as telephones, wristwatches, pens, and other devices.
Over 1.6 million candidates are expected to write the examination in 602 centres
across the country.
DailySchoolGist.com.ng previously reported that JAMB on Thursday, March 1, released the results of the 2023 Mock Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination (UTME).
According to Benjamin, candidates are to check their results online by visiting www.jamb.org.ng with their registration numbers.
Benjamin described the conduct of the examination nationwide as hitch-free.
Source: Daily School News