The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced that it is currently reviewing the details of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted so far. According to the Head of Public Affairs and Protocol Unit of the Board, Fabian Benjamin, results of candidates who have sat for their papers since the examination kicked off on Tuesday will be released soon after the review.
Despite experiencing some technical hitches in approximately 100 computer-based test centers, the examination, which began on April 29th, has been described as one of the best the Board has had in a while. Out of the 947,000 candidates who have taken the test since Tuesday, only 64,000 have experienced hitches so far. Benjamin assured candidates who could not take their examination as scheduled that they would be rescheduled to take the examination.
The examination is expected to continue until Tuesday, May 2nd, and candidates who have taken the test are expected to check their profiles to print their slips as they will be rescheduled to take the examinations.
In other news, Premium Times, a leading online news platform, is seeking feedback from its readers through a survey. The platform, which is known for its coverage of news items that affect Nigeria and beyond, is looking to tailor its content to meet the needs of its readers better. The survey, which would take only six to eight minutes to complete, could be accessed through a link provided by the online news platform.
The survey seeks to give the management of Premium Times valuable insights into how it could tailor different types of content to meet the needs of its readers across Nigeria. With a large readership across the country, the online news platform is hoping to improve its services and provide better content for its readers.
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