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How To Reprint JAMB UTME Slip 2022 And Print Examination Slip

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How to reprint JAMB UTME Slip 2022 and Print Examination Slip has been compiled by this reporter.

Newsonline had earlier reported that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB has fixed the 28th of April 2022 for the reprinting of e-slips for the forthcoming 2022 UTME Examination.

2022 UTME: JAMB Issues Code Of Conduct To C andidates

According to the statement, the Board maintained that, as a responsible organisation, it is as usual, committed to providing a level playing field for all candidates in its upcoming 2022 UTME.

The Head, Public Affairs and Protocols (PAP), Dr. Fabi an Benjamin, while fielding questions from journalists in Abuja on the code of conduct expected of UTME candidates and the level of the Board’s preparations for the examination said, ” The  Board’s UTME, apart from being a medium for assessing candidates’ ability, is also used to rank their performance in a cohort of aspirants for tertiary education.”

He added that the UTME , as a standardised test, is guided by rules and regulations that must be strictly followed by both the examiners and examinees to arrive at a valid and specific objective.

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He advised the candidates to strictly adhere to the examination schedule as stated in their notification slips which would be made available in due course and would feature the venue, scheduled date, session and time of the examination.

 

Dr. Benjamin urged all candidates to be at their examination venues at least an hour before the scheduled time so as to afford them the opportunity of going through biometric verification prior to their admittance into the examination hall. He said any candidate who is 30 minutes late into the examination venue would not be allowed into the examination hall. Continuing, he said, “all candidates are required to be seated only in the allotted seats assigned to them and should follow the instructions as issued out to them by the examination officials and should not attempt to leave the examination hall until one hour after the commencement of the examination.”

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