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We’ll prosecute UTME candidates involved in multiple registrations – JAMB

In its latest bulletin, signed by Ville Pius, the director of the test administration department, JAMB explicitly cautioned against engaging in multiple registrations.

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued a warning to candidates ahead of the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) registration, scheduled to commence on January 15.

In its latest bulletin, signed by Ville Pius, the director of the test administration department, JAMB explicitly cautioned against engaging in multiple registrations.

According to Pius, the board will take strict measures against candidates involved in multiple registrations, including disqualification and potential prosecution.

The directive emphasizes that multiple registrations are strictly prohibited for the 2024 UTME exercise.

Candidates encountering errors during the registration process are advised to approach the board for necessary corrections rather than attempting new registrations. Failure to comply will result in disqualification, rendering their applications invalid.

Pius urged candidates to thoroughly read and understand the registration guidelines. Additionally, after completing the registration process, candidates are required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) affirming their compliance with ethical standards.

To enhance security, candidates are strongly advised against disclosing their registration numbers, passwords, e-mail addresses, and e-PIN to third parties. No testing center is permitted to request or accept candidates’ passwords.

JAMB had previously announced a registration deadline of February 26 for the 2024 UTME. The examination is scheduled to take place from April 19 to 29.

Candidates are urged to adhere to the guidelines and deadlines to ensure a smooth and legitimate registration process.

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