2018 UTME: When you’re to check your results – JAMB tells candidates

2018 UTME: When you’re to check your results – JAMB tells candidates

The JAMB’s head of media Fabian Benjamin has disclosed when some of the results would be released

– Benjamin declared that the results of examination that ended on Friday, March 16 would be ready by Monday, March 19

– He, however, said the board was delaying some of the results because each has to undergo total scrutiny before being posted on its website to avoid cancellations later The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged its 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates to patiently await the results of the just concluded examinations.

The head of media of the board, Fabian Benjamin, stated this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday, March 17, in Abuja.

He said the board was working diligently to ensure that the results are processed and posted on the board’s website soonest.

Benjamin said that modalities were being put in place to ensure all the results are transparent and accurate.

He reiterated that the board was delaying some of the results because each has to undergo total scrutiny before being posted on its website to avoid cancellations later. According to him, some of the results would be ready by Monday, March 19.

He also assured that all technical difficulties encountered to access the website were being addressed.

Some of candidates who sat for the examinations earlier, were yet to receive their results. While some said that they received the reply of “your results are not ready yet”, others complained that the site says “you did not register for this examination.’’

The examination, which was scheduled to end on Saturday, March 17, ended on Friday, March 16.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that following complaints by some Muslim stakeholders in the country, the WAEC made some minor adjustments in its timetable for the 2018 May/June WASSCE. WAEC’s director of public affairs, Demianus Ojijeogu said on Saturday, March 17, that the board had to adjust the timetable to accommodate the interests of Muslims.

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