JAMB: Dear Jambites, Here’s All You Need To Know As UTME Starts On Friday

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Except for any last-minute changes of plans, the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), is expected to begin on Friday, March 9 and end on March 17.

The Head of Media and Public Relations of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Dr Fabian Benjamin also gave his assurance that the exams will go on as planned.

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He stated this on the back of a previous statement he had made where he said that the non-teaching staff of universities were key stakeholders in this year’s UTME and their ongoing strike may upset the Mock exam.

“We are still hopeful that an amicable resolution of the crisis would be reached before the date of the examination.”

“The unions are our critical stakeholders and their absence would be felt if the issue is not resolved before Monday February 26.”

”We had prayed and work tirelessly to ensure that the strike was called off hence our continued shifting of the dates for the examination,” he had said on February 18.

With less than a week to the exam, the JAMB spokesman directed candidates to start printing their examination notification slip from Tuesday, March 6.

Benjamin said: “Candidates can now go ahead and print their examination notification slips from Tuesday.

“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.”

Print your examination slip:

Candidates can check on www.jamb.org.ng and follow these steps:

1.Visit the JAMB UTME Slip Printing page on the e-Facility portal via the link here: www.jamb.org.ng/PrintExamslip/PrintExaminationSlip

2. Enter your Reg Number or your registered e-mail address,

3.Click on the “Print Examination Slip” on the page to access your examination slip.

4.Note: Please allow popup for this site from your browser.

Prohibited items:

He also warned candidates not to go to their respective centres with prohibited items such as telephones, wristwatches, pens, and other devices.

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Below is a list of items prohibited by JAMB:

1) Watches

2) Pen/Biros

3) Mobile phones or similar electronic devices

4) Spy reading glasses which should be scrutinised

5) Calculators or similar electronic devices

6) USB, CD, hard disks and or similar storage devices

7) Books or any reading/writing material.

8) Cameras

9) Recorders

10) Microphones

11) Ear pieces

12) Ink/pen readers

13) Smart lenses

14) Smart rings/ jewellery

15) Smart buttons

16) Bluetooth devices.

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