February 21, 2019 by Admin - Comments(0)
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has deferred the mock examination of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination slated to begin from Saturday due to the presidential and National Assembly elections.
The board additionally said on Wednesday it may reschedule the 2019 UTME if the decisions were not finished up.
JAMB's Head of Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, said the board could declare another date for the UTME if the elections were not finished up on March 9 when the governorship and state Houses of Assembly surveys will hold.
Benjamin included that another date for the false examination would be reported later.
"We have fixed a date for our examination. They have moved the races and we are additionally reviwing at the decisions. In the event that under any conditions they influence our examination, we will positively change. Be that as it may, in the event that they don't influence our examination, we will leave it alone.
"On the off chance that there is a requirement for run-offs and the decisions enter one more week, obviously it will influence our programs.
"Our mock examination should begin a weekend ago. Presently that INEC has moved the presidential decision to the end of the week, surely the mock examination won't happen that day.
"Another date for the false examination will before long be declared. In any case, for the examination appropriate, the date prior planned stands. No date has been picked for the fake. We are as yet taking a look at different things."
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