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    2019 Mock: JAMB Warns Candidates Against Lateness

    The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it won't excuse delay by contender to its 2019 Mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), planned for Monday, April 1.

    The board's Head, Media and Information, Fabian Benjamin, uncovered this in a meeting with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos.

    NAN reports that a sum of 157,631 competitors have been booked to sit for the discretionary examination in some licensed Computer Based Centers (CBT) the nation over.

    As indicated by Benjamin, all is presently set for the direct of the examination by the board.

    "Much the same as the principle UTME, competitors are relied upon to cling carefully to every one of the tenets directing the test.

    "I need to state that we are completely set to lead the false examination, which is booked to hold tomorrow, Monday over certain focuses across the nation.

    "We will likewise prefer to speak to contender to guarantee that they get to their different focuses sufficiently early for the fundamental accreditation.

    "No reason for delay will be engaged from any applicant, as the board pays attention to this examination as the principle UTME.

    "All competitors should likewise guarantee that they do their biometrics as inability to do this will mean no examination for such applicants.

    "They are likewise expected not to get to the examination corridor with all the banned things by the JAMB, for example, wrist watches, handsets and others," he said.

    He included that the date for the lead of the UTME appropriate would start on April 11.

    NAN additionally reports that the counterfeit test is being led predominantly to trial offices at the different licensed focuses across the country, just as acquaint applicants with the procedure.

    Over 1.8 million applicants will take jamb this year/

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