Professor Is-haq Oloyede, Jamb Registrar, on Wednesday disclosed that the results of the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will be released on June 23 during a news conference in Enugu.
He explained that there was no point withholding the examination results and assured the candidates that as soon as he gets to Abuja he would release all the approved results of the exams including the ones taken recently.
Oloyede added that his team were at the Southeast Zone to access how the exams were conducted.
He stated that out of 1,415,501 candidates recorded that registered for UTME 2021 only 1,222,095 had taken the examination while 66,111 are yet to take theirs.
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According to THE PUNCH, record has it that the board has six hundred and fifty examination centre across the country. Thirty centres were delisted for performing below standard.
Currently about sixty centres are under screening while six hundred centres performed very excellently.
The Jamb registrar went further to say that the use of National Identification Number (NIN) as directed by the Federal Government helped to reduce exam malpractice. He pointed out that with the use of NIN they were able to detect that five hundred candidates' numbers were fake and duplicated.
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