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As Exam Continues, JAMB Plans To Release 1.4 m6illion UTME Results.

As the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) continues across the country, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is expected to disclose at least 1.4 million candidate results.

The countrywide test, which began on May 6th, is scheduled to end on May 16th, 2022.

According to Dr. Fabian Benjamin, Head of Media, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, over 1.7 million candidates successfully enrolled to take the exam across the country.

However, some of the exam’s initial problems may have been resolved, since most of the centers visited have witnessed improvements in internet network access, consistent power supply, and working PCs.

In some centres visited by our correspondent in Abuja, gathered that some excited examination officers and candidates over the improvement.

Students who wrote the examination at Right Technology Centre and Sascon International School centre two in Maitama District of Abuja, expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the examination.

They, however, said they observed challenges of incomplete English paper while writing the examination.

Saidu Razak, a candidate at the centre told our correspondent that he entered the exam Hall and went straight to his computer and started writing without any challenge.

He expressed happiness that he was able to submit ahead of given time, noting that so far no complaint of malfunctioning system.

Generally, I believe the conduct of the examination was good. Even the questions were okay,I knew some questions but some of the questions, truly, I didn’t know them, it is all about a test of knowledge be and I must commend JAMB, he added.

Mrs Maryam Alfa, the Centre Admin Officer, noted that there is conducive environment at the Sascon centre and that the exam has been flowing well except for the issue of incomplete questions in English Language paper.

Earlier, the CAO of Royal Midland CBT, Korudoma in Katy LGA of Nasarawa state, Njoku Uchenna Samuel, expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the examination at the centre.

According to him, “From day one of the exam, we have been experiencing success here. Every aspect of the examination, the system, the networking and everything needed for the examination were in perfect condition.

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