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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board says it has registered over 1.8 million candidates for the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.
The Head, Media and Information of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this in an interview with reporters on Thursday in Lagos.
NAN reports that registration of candidates for the Computer Based Test commenced on February 10 and got terminated on February 21.
Benjamin said that the registration was a huge success, adding that there were no hitches at all across the various accredited registration centres nationwide.
“We have concluded the registration and we recorded over 1.8 million candidates for the UTME this year.
Registration closed on February 21, when we stopped the pin vending for the exercise.
“However, some candidates who had acquired the pin but were unable to register before February 21, due to one reason or the other, were allowed to do so till 12 midnight, February 25.
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“The registration finally closed on February 25, he said.
The JAMB spokesman dismissed rumours in some quarters that candidates could start printing their examination notification slip from March 2.
Let me sound it clearly that the board has not come up with any date for both the examination and the printing of examination notification slip for candidates.
“The board will announce the date for the 2019 UTME soon.
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