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JAMB Sets New Rules For 2023 UTME

The Joint Admissions And Matriculation Board, Jamb, Has Set New Guidelines For The Conduct Of The 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.

The Board Said The Development Was Released In A Communiqué Issued At The End Of A Five-Day Brainstorming Retreat For Management Staff Held In Abuja.

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It Explained That The Modifications Include; New Ways To Further Strengthen The Conduct Of The Utme Accreditation Centres, Registration Of Candidates, Examination Process, Results Management And General Administration.

According To Jamb, All Computer-Based Test, CBT, Centres Must Henceforth Use Laptops, Running On At Least Two Gigabytes Ram For The Conduct Of The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Tests.

The Board Also Barred CBT Centres From Collaborating With Cyber Cafes Or Tutorial Centres, Noting That Any Violation Of The Directive, Whether In Part Or Whole, Will Lead To The Revocation Of The Licence Of The Erring CBT Centre

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The Board Is Also Considering Separating UTME Registration From That Of Direct Entry, Beginning From 2023.

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