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While candidates are preparing for their JAMB Exams, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has passed a warning to all candidates who registered for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation (UTME), to ensure they get to their examination venue before the commencement of the exams; as the board will not alter her timetable or tolerate any form of lateness from any candidate.
However, the Board’s High Power Opinion Leader (HPOL), Mr Abdul-Rahman Balogun during his recent interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), passed the warning after a visit to a JAMB Examination Center in Abuja on Friday.
The 2022 JAMB started UTME for 1,761,338 successfully registered candidates for the examination in 775 accredited computer based centers.
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Parents should note; “if your ward is writing the 2022 JAMB exam this Monday, especially for those scheduled for 7.am papers, please ensure your ward gets to his/her respective center on time, as the board will not consider any candidate to write in the other scheduled time if they missed their time schedule”
The board has said; it will not alter her timetable if a candidate arrive late due to traffic.
He further explained that jamb will be running four (4) sessions this year, unlike previous years, which makes it difficult for Jamb to keep waiting before the commencement of the exams.
“Get to your exam centers as early as possible. Once the exam commence, students who arrived late would be denied access into the examination hall. Hence, early arrival is important” he warned.
He also advised parents to take their ward to their examination venue as early as possible, to avoid or prevent the risk of not writing the exam due to lateness.