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First Batch JAMB/UTME Results Starts Rolling Out From Monday

First Batch JAMB/UTME Results Starts Rolling Out From Monday

First Batch JAMB/UTME Results Starts Rolling Out From Monday

JAMB Results Starts Rolling Out Today

Candidates seeking admission into various higher institutions and have sat for the 2022 UTME examination have been told to expect the outcome of their examination starting from Monday and Tuesday this week.

Nigeria’s Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said over the weekend that results from Friday and Saturday’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will be revealed this week.

The data released by the examination board that a total of 1,761,338 candidates registered for both the UTME and DE this year.

The examinations commenced on May 6, 2022, nationwide. The examinations which are being conducted in 750 CBT centres approved by the Board across States will end on May 16, 2022.

NOTE: JAMB RESULTS can be checked/accessed in two ways. You can either access it via SMS or ONLINE.

First Batch JAMB/UTME Results Starts Rolling Out From Monday

The latest update from the examination body was made public on Sunday by JAMB’s Head, Public Affairs and Protocols (PAP), Dr Fabian Benjamin.

Though he did not go into further detail, Benjamin did mention that the UTME and Direct Entry results would be checked in a manner similar to that used last year by the Board.

He stated this was done to prevent fraudsters from interfering with the process of checking results.

Heavy rains in Lagos and other major cities caused many students to miss their UTME exams, hence JAMB has decided not to reschedule them.

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First Batch JAMB/UTME Results Starts Rolling Out From Monday

The official said it was against the policy of the board to reschedule examinations for some candidates when others took the same examination in the same city or centre.

It added that only candidates affected by technical challenges as a result of their centres would have the opportunity to retake the examination.

READ THE FULL STATEMENT BELOW 

Rainfall is not an issue because others have written. It was the same Lagos. It was raining and some people came to write the examination,” an official of the examination board told reporters on Sunday.

He added: “Our process is that as long as others have written that examination we cannot reschedule it for any candidate.

“If it is a technical issue we can reschedule but rainfall is not an issue. For those whose session was disrupted by the rain, we will not reschedule.

“If there are technical issues at some centres leading to some candidates not being able to write the examination, certainly we have that obligation to reschedule the examination for the affected candidates.”

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