The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Monday, led a beneficial Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for 490 hopefuls, whose Computer-Based Test focuses were before suspended for acts of neglect and different infractions.
The UTME was held in JAMB CBT focus in Kogo, Abuja, JAMB Bayelsa State office, Yenagoa and JAMB National Headquarters in Bwari, Abuja.
The board said in its week by week announcement, that “it was practical to suspend all examinations at focuses prior reserved for the applicants dependent on the absence of limit of the focuses and contribution in examination infractions.
“The board has directed a valuable examination for 490 applicants, who couldn’t take their rescheduled examination. The hopefuls in 17 sessions under this class were recognized. A portion of the applicants were to sit in focuses that were endorsed by method for suspension attributable to their absence of limit while others were associated with examination infractions.
“An assistant examination was led on Monday, June 3. The board has noticed the arrangement of grumblings by hopefuls and it will determinedly examine all instances of suspected infractions. It will keep on guaranteeing that no competitor is unfairly endorsed.
“The board had kept up that it would prefer to enable fake possibility to go free than rebuff one guiltless competitor. We ask the open not to fall for fake people who march phony outcomes everywhere throughout the town. The board has a framework that can check its outcomes and is encouraging hopefuls with any outcome in spite of what was issued to approach with such proof.”