Reports have started to gather steam that the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (CBT) has been marred by errors as candidates in Enugu state call for improved system to handle lapses in the examination. NigerianBulletin reported.
Speaking to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Enugu on Thursday, some jambites complained that they were given courses contrary to their choice during the examination.
Miss Adaeze Iwu, who took the examination at the Godfrey Okoye University, Ugwuomu Nike, said she was forced to write a subject contrary to what she filled during the registration.
“I registered Christian Religious Studies (CRS) as one of the subjects for the examination but to my utmost surprise, when I logged in to start my exams, I saw economics in place of CRS.
“Though I guessed to answer the questions, I was not satisfied with the exams because I dropped economics at my senior secondary class 2.
“I am not sure that I will make a good grade in the exam,’’ Iwu concluded.
It would be recalled we disclosed that Candidates have started receiving their results 24 hours after UTME (CBT) exams followed by the steps to follow to check and print out your result yourself.