JAMB Reschedules UTME for individuals who experienced technical difficulties. The organization has issued fresh exam schedules and guaranteed all candidates that they will not be barred from taking the test. The technical crew is putting in the effort to guarantee a seamless experience. (See How to Print JAMB Mop Up Exam Slip 2023 for New Date)
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has declared a rescheduling of the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for candidates impacted by recent technical issues.
Dr. Fabian Benjamin, Head of Public Affairs and Protocol at JAMB, announced the rescheduling in a statement released on Tuesday in Abuja.
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As per the statement about “JAMB Reschedules UTME”, candidates who missed their Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) due to technical problems will be required to obtain a new examination notification on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, to access their rescheduled sessions. The technical difficulties affected around 100 centres out of the 708 participating in the 2023 UTME nationwide, causing the designated candidates to be unable to complete their exams successfully.
JAMB reaffirmed its commitment to delivering world-class assessments in accordance with global best practices and expressed regret for any inconvenience suffered by candidates and their families. The statement clarified that the difficulties encountered were caused by new features implemented by the Board to safeguard the examination’s integrity and prevent cases of misconduct.
To address the situation, JAMB’s technical team is working tirelessly to guarantee a seamless experience for candidates taking the exam on Wednesday. Furthermore, the Board assured Nigerians that no candidate would be deprived of their right to take the examination. If any problems emerge, the affected candidate will be given a new schedule to take the exam on the earliest possible date and in the next available slot.