The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged candidates for the 2019 UTME to stick strictly to the printing tips close to their examination slips.

That is contained within the board’s weekly bulletin tagged ‘JAMBULLETIN’, by the Head, Media and Info, Dr Fabian Benjamin, and issued in Lagos on Sunday.In line with the bulletin, printing of the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) notification slip is on-going, because the board has since made it prepared for all candidates who registered for the examination.

“The notification is to permit candidates know their examination schedules, which incorporates time, date and venue of the examination.

“Candidates are due to this fact suggested to take the printing order severely to ensure that them to have an concept of the placement of their centres, nicely forward of the examination.

“It is usually to allow them put together for all obligatory logistics of being at their respective centres on time,” the bulletin acknowledged.

It added that the e-slips of the candidates had been positioned on their JAMB profiles created on the level of registration.

“For individuals who are unable to entry their slips via their portal at, the board has supplied a step-by-step course of of constructing the printing straightforward.

“First, they need to go to the official JAMB portal, /printexaminationslip.

“Subsequent, candidates could be required to enter their registration quantity, phone quantity utilized in merchandising the pin on the level of registration or e-mail within the applicable column and comply with the following command,” it stated.

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“Candidates are suggested to print two copies of the examination slip in full, as one copy will probably be submitted on the centre whereas the second copy will probably be stored by the candidates for reference objective,” it stated.

The bulletin added that it was vital to notice that there could be no rescheduling of the examination, irrespective of the rationale.

It added that every one candidates should make sure that they’re verified utilizing the Biometric Verification Machine.

In the meantime, the board has additionally warned candidates and fogeys or guardians to desist from paying UTME software charges to varsities or tutorial centres. NAN reviews.It stated that the warning turned obligatory owing to the rising apply of of some elite colleges/schools and tutorial centres that gather cash in bulk from candidates to register them en masse.

In line with the bulletin, via diligent investigation, the board found that colleges concerned within the apply often levy candidates exhorbitant sums operating into thousands and thousands of Naira for the aim of the UTME registration.

“On this regard, it needs to be reiterated that the board doesn’t do group registration, as candidates are required to do particular person registration.

“The board has famous with displeasure a collection of a number of the unlucky state of affairs a few of these colleges, particularly the elite ones, have put some candidates via.

“Of their bid to earn a living, they have interaction in collection of infractions within the title of group registration and different acts inimical to the curiosity of the candidates and the sanctity of the examination.

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“This type of fraudulent registration find yourself distorting candidate’s information,” it stated.

It warned the general public to be aware of such unscrupulous colleges or centres who as a rule, register candidates at unauthorised centres.

In line with the bulletin, the board’s examination shouldn’t be a school-based examination and due to this fact doesn’t require candidates registering in teams.


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