The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has called on candidates who were initially assigned to the 24 Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres delisted by the Board to reprint their examination slips for their new schedules.
Head Protocol and Public Affairs of JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin, who made this known in a terse statement issued on Monday, said the Board has also put another 40 CBT centres under watch for poor performance in the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
“Candidates who were scheduled to take examination in delisted centres can proceed to print their examination notification slips from Sunday, 20th, 2021 for their new schedule date and time. This applies only to centres delisted.
“You will recall that 24 centres were delisted for performing below the tolerable limit of the Board while over 40 others were put on the watch list,” the statement said.
PlatinumPost reports that JAMB had on Saturday delisted 24 CBT centres spread across the country for performing below expectations on day one of the 2021 UTME.
The exam commenced nationwide on Saturday with some hitches recorded at some of the affected CBT centres. Over 1.3 million are taking part in the examination, a far less than the about 1.8 million recorded in the last exercise.