The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) mentioned it won’t condone lateness by candidates to its 2019 Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), scheduled for Monday, April 1.

The board’s Head, Media and Data, Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this in an interview with the Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday, in Lagos.

NAN experiences {that a} complete of 157,631 candidates have been scheduled to take a seat for the optionally available examination in some accredited Laptop Primarily based Centres (CBT) throughout the nation.

In response to Benjamin, all is now set for the conduct of the examination by the board.

“Similar to the principle UTME, candidates are anticipated to stick strictly to all the principles guiding the take a look at.

“I wish to say that we’re absolutely set to conduct the mock examination, which is scheduled to carry tomorrow, Monday throughout some centres nationwide.

“We may even wish to attraction to candidates to make sure that they get to their numerous centres early sufficient for the required accreditation.

“No excuse for lateness will probably be entertained from any candidate, because the board takes this examination as critically as the principle UTME.

“All candidates should additionally make sure that they do their biometrics as failure to do that will imply no examination for such candidates.

“They’re additionally anticipated to not entry the examination corridor with all of the barred gadgets by the JAMB, reminiscent of wrist watches, handsets and others,” he mentioned.

He added that the date for the conduct of the UTME correct would begin on April 11.

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NAN additionally experiences that the mock take a look at is being carried out primarily to check run amenities on the numerous accredited centres nationwide, in addition to familiarise candidates with the method.

Over 1.eight million candidates had registered for the 2019 UTME.

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