JAMB Sets August 6 2022 As The Mop-up Examination Date; Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) had fixed Saturday 6th August 2022, for its mop-up Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for candidates who could not participate in the examinations during the period of the exercise for some verified reasons.
The Board also took cognizance of the fact that some innocent candidates, unfortunately, sat their examination at these centres. Consequently, all candidates who sat the UTME in the centres listed below have been rescheduled for the 6 of August 2022 Mop-up UTME. It should be noted
those candidates who, for whatever reasons were absent at those centres are NOT eligible for the mop-up examination.
The Centres are:
S/N STATE CENTRE
- ABIA BENJYN INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY, BENJYN AVENUE,
AMAORJI-UKWU, OBINGWA LGA, ABIA STATE
- ABIA ABIA EDWARD AND MERCY NWOKOCHA CBT ICT SERVICES LTD,
MBATO SECONDARY SCHOOL, UMUNGALAGU EZIAMA NVOSI,
ISIALA NGWA SOUTH LGA, ABIA STATE
- ABIA ABIA FREEDOM WORLD ACADEMY INTL. 12 OKPU-UMOBO STREET,
OSISIOMA, ABA, ABIA STATE.
- ABIA ABIA NATIONAL COMPREHENSIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL,
UMUOKEA, 1 OJI AVENUE, OFF 3 GLASS INDUSTRY RD.,ABA, ABIA
- ABIA ABIA ST. ANTHONY COMPREHENSIVE SECONDARY SCHOOL, 83B
OMUMA RD., OFF AMA-OGBONNA, ABA, ABIA STATE
- ANAMBRA ANAMBRA OBIDON SYSTEMATIC COPUTERS LTD, NO. 31 LIMCA ROAD
NKPOR, ALONG MR. BIGGS, OLD ROAD, ONITSHA, ANAMBRA
- ANAMBRA ANAMBRA URBAN ICT CENTRE, URBAN GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL,
FEGGE, ONITSHA, ANAMBRA STATE
- DELTA DELTA HOLY GHOST INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, NO. 1 TIRORO CLOSE,
OFF IZOMO ROAD, OFFDSC EXPRESSWAY, OVWIAN, ALADJA,
UDU LGA, DELTA STATE
- EDO EDO YOMNET ACADEMY, NICON HOUSE, 55 AKPAKPAVA STREET,
OPP. ECOBANK, BENIN- CITY, EDO STATE
- LAGOS LAGOS SEYLEK CITY COLLEGE,68A, JEBBA STREET, EBUTE METTA
EAST, LAGOS STATE.
Other categories of candidates rescheduled for the 6 August 2022 Mop-up UTME are:
- 142 candidates who could not take the
UTME due to finger-print peculiarities;
- 28 candidates who could not take the
examination due to technical
problems in some centres; and
- 1,799 candidates with BVM failure who
were recaptured at the centres.
The Board affirms its zero tolerance for
examination malpractice and would do
all within its powers to combat it. In the
In the same vein, it reiterates it’s avowed
commitment to the conduct of credible
matriculation examinations in all
tertiary institutions in the country while
ensuring the sanctity of its examination
the process towards sustaining the integrity
that society has come to associate
with the Board.
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