2022 UTME: JAMB releases notification slip 

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), says notification slips for 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is ready.

It directed all candidates who registered for the 2022 UTME to start printing out on Saturday, 30th April, 2022, ahead of this year’s exercise.

The Head Media, Dr. Fabian Benjamin explained that “notification slip is a document that contains information on location of candidate’s examination centre, date of scheduled sessions, time of the examination and other necessary information.”

According to him, the document is expected to guide the candidates in making necessary arrangements ahead of the exercise and it frowns at lateness to its examinations and excuses are never entertained from any candidate.

Dr Benjamin confirmed that notification slip can be printed at any available internet point or centre.

He further maintained that barring any unforeseen circumstances that might happen, the 2022 UTME earlier scheduled to hold from Friday, 6th May, 2022 to 14th May, 2022, would go as planned, urging candidates to intensify preparation.

JAMB, however, reiterated that all candidates would be checked into the examination hall using the Biometric Verification Machine (BVM) which is also a register of attendance in line with the Board’s policy of “No biometric verification, no examination.”

Candidates are also to note that no examination would be rescheduled for whatever reason.

Therefore, it urged all candidates to prepare ahead of time and stay close to their examination venues, if possible, they should pay a prior visit to their centres before the date of the examination.

Dr Benjamin said; “Candidates are also reminded that the ban on prohibited items is still in force, therefore, candidates should be careful not to run foul of the law as necessary sanctions would be meted out to violators of its code of conduct.”

He listed the banned items within the examination hall to include flash drives, smart watches, calculators, recorders, mobile phones, spy reading glasses, jewelleries, among others.

 

 

 

Mercy Chukwudiebere

 

 

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