The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has disclosed that it would not be selling registration forms for the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) until Jan. 2019.
According to Premium Times News, this was disclosed by the spokesperson of the board, Fabian Benjamin Tuesday night.
Benjamin stated that JAMB initially announced the sale of form in December but later dropped the idea following the Federal Government’s reduction in the registration fee, with effect from January 2019.
“The attention of the board has been drawn to information going round in some social media that JAMB has already begun the sale of forms for UTME but we are not commencing sale of the forms until January 2019, and the window period will last for six weeks,” Benjamin stated.
He advised prospective candidates to note this period in order not to fall prey to fraudsters.
Benjamin added by saying, “The board will make adequate publicity toward the sale of UTME forms.
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