The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released a new update in their recent post on Twitter about the 2021 exam registration date.
The examination board on its official Twitter handle urge candidates to disregard any fixed date coming from the social media and unverified source as the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board is yet to announce the registration date.
As rumours have been circulating all over the social media with some saying the exam is in one or two weeks time, JAMB has urge all candidates to disregard such and pay more attention to announcement coming from verified source. See post below;
“IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
“This is to inform the general public that no date has been fixed for the 2021 UTME registration. Kindly disregard any tweet form a fake account that stated otherwise. The general public will be duly informed when the date is fixed. Thank you.”
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board clearly stated that no date has been set for the examination, so therefore candidates are expected to patiently wait for the announcement as all measures to hasten the registration date are been taken.
With many reacting to this post, some social media users are in speculation to whether the exam is still going to be held this year. See some reactions below;
2021 JAMB candidates are hereby advised to continue with their studies for the examination as the exam board is taken necessary measures to hasten the preparation and registration for the 2021 UTME.
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