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2023 UTME: JAMB to start releasing results soon

2023 UTME: JAMB to start releasing results soon; According to Mr. Benjamin, among the 947,000 candidates who took the test starting from Tuesday, only 64,000 have encountered issues so far.

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Fabian Benjamin, the Head of the Public Affairs and Protocol Unit of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), stated that the examination body is presently scrutinizing the specifics of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted thus far.

He also mentioned that once everything is meticulously examined, the results of candidates who have already completed their papers since the exam commenced on Tuesday will be made available. Mr. Benjamin shared this information while observing the ongoing examination in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja on Thursday.

He further added that they are currently in a meeting to review the results, and with the grace of God, they will release the first set of results soon.

”one of the best says JAMB”

Despite the setbacks encountered at the start of the nationwide examination on Tuesday, Fabian Benjamin, the JAMB official, remarked that the conduct of this year’s examination is one of the best the examination body has conducted recently.

He acknowledged the technical glitches that were observed in roughly 100 computer-based test centers, resulting in the rescheduling of the exam for the affected candidates. However, he added that if one has been following their operations over time, they would know that the initial exams are typically tumultuous, and as they progress, they become more stable. He further stated, “This is one of the best examinations we’ve had over a period of time.”

“Only 6% candidates experienced hitches”

Mr Benjamin said out of the 947,000 candidates who had taken the test since Tuesday only 64,000 have so far experienced hitches “and the board has rescheduled their tests for other sessions.”

Approximately 1.6 million candidates who intend to secure admission into Nigerian universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, and monotechnics are expected to take the tests by Tuesday, May 2. Mr. Benjamin stated that out of the 947,000 candidates who have taken the exams, encountering difficulties with roughly 60,000 is a reasonable percentage for an exercise of this magnitude.

Although the board cannot guarantee that technical glitches will not arise, he reassured the public that all candidates who registered for the exams would have the opportunity to take the tests. On the first day of the examination, a few candidates were unable to sit for their papers due to technical issues.

These candidates have been rescheduled, some of whom have already taken the exams in the fourth session, and others will take it tomorrow. Mr. Benjamin urged the candidates, especially those who missed the first day’s exercise, to continue monitoring their profile and print their slips, as they would be rescheduled for the examination.

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