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UTME 2024: 1.9 Million Candidates Registered as Registration Comes to a Close

As the registration portal for this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) concluded yesterday, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) reports a successful registration of 1.9 million candidates. The UTME, a compulsory Computer-Based Test (CBT), serves as a gateway for candidates aspiring to gain admission into Nigerian public and private tertiary institutions.

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Since the commencement of registration on January 15, a total of 1,975,926 candidates have enrolled for the examination, marking a significant milestone for the examination body. JAMB had previously disclosed in its weekly bulletins that one million candidates registered within the first three weeks across more than 700 accredited registration centers.

In preparation for the upcoming UTME, 260,249 candidates have successfully registered for the Mock UTME scheduled to take place on Thursday, 7th March. The mock test serves as a practice session for candidates, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the CBT format and test environment.

To ensure a smooth registration process, JAMB has remitted a total of N1.3 billion to the registration centers for their services. The payment breakdown reveals a weekly disbursement, with N98.7 million in the first week, N295.7 million in the second week, N279.86 million in the third week, N251.9 million in the fourth week, N262.5 million in the fifth week, and N135.9 million in the sixth week.

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JAMB’s decision to include registration charges as part of the examination fee aims to prevent private registration centers from overcharging candidates. The board emphasizes its commitment to fair compensation, stating that payments are made to each participating center at the end of every week, depending on the number of candidates registered by each center.

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Despite the overall success of the registration process, JAMB reported the delisting of five CBT centers and the suspension of one due to conduct deemed detrimental to the integrity of the exercise. The board maintains its commitment to upholding the highest standards in the UTME, ensuring a fair and transparent examination process for all candidates.

As the registration portal officially closes, prospective first-year undergraduates can now focus on their preparations for the upcoming UTME, which plays a pivotal role in determining their entry into tertiary institutions across Nigeria.

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