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JAMB asks candidates to print slips for July 1 mop-up examination


Candidates at a post-UME centre

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has directed candidates scheduled for mop-up examination to print their examination slips as from yesterday June 28, 2017.

It said in a statement yesterday that candidates slated for the mop-up examination scheduled to hold on Saturday, July 1, 2017 across the country are to visit to print the e-slip or their e-mails and profiles.

JAMB also noted that a bulk SMS has been sent to their telephone numbers provided by the candidates during the registration. “The board implored the candidates to ensure that their e- slips are printed on or before the examination day as it would not entertain any excuses,” the statement said.


It reiterated its commitment to deliver on its mandate and urged the candidates to avail themselves of the window of opportunity created by the Board to widen access and give equal opportunities to those who desire quality tertiary education.

The examination body, however, appealed to the candidates whose examination was rescheduled to be of good conduct and good ambassadors as they pass through this phase to greatness.

The board assured that it was poised to make the examination hitch free and has, therefore, deployed necessary logistics for the exercise.JAMB had rescheduled no fewer than 85,000 candidates for the mop-up examination following late registration and infractions during the last 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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