JAMB has released Over 200,000 UTME results so far – See Report

Filed in JAMB-UTME by on March 1, 2016 4 Comments

Thousands of candidates are still on queue to write the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, but some already know their results.

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Professor Dibu Ojerinde, the registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board revealed today that the results for over 200,000 candidates have been released since the tests began 27 February.

An estimated 1.58 million candidates seeking admissions to universities, polytechnics and colleges of education registered for the exams, countrywide.

Ojerinde spoke today when he took the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, to the Model CBT Centre at Kogo, Bwari in Abuja.

He said that all factors were considered before the board migrated fully from Paper-Based Test to CBT.

He said that the Federal Government had mandated the National Commission for Communications (NCC) to set up at least four CBT centres every year.

“The first four are on and very soon more will be on.

“We have made improvement from that of last year; for instance, we now have calculator on the screen.

Ojerinde cited security challenges, high cost of producing writing materials for PPT, high cost of transporting materials and curbing examination malpractices as some of the reasons behind the adoption of CBT.

A candidate, who pleaded anonymity, told NAN that the CBT was easy, as it only entailed clicking on the right answers.

He said that the CBT was commendable because it reduced the stress of paper writing, adding that it would also encourage future candidates to upgrade their computer skills.

The candidate said that any person with basic computer knowledge could write the exam without much difficulty.

Adamu also visited the Charms City CBT Centre at Area 11, Garki, where he expressed satisfaction with the facilities there.

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  1. lawal says:

    The improvement of exams through CBT use is reasonable, but the introduction of screen calculator is highly unacceptable. Because there is absence of point(.) among the calculator screen which is most useful for a candidate sitting for mathematics, Physics and chemistry! I hereby protest against the use of screen calculator unless if there is any way of adding point(.) to the calculator screen

  2. lawal says:

    The improvement of exams through CBT use is reasonable, but the introduction of screen calculator is highly unacceptable. Because there is absence of point(.) among the calculator screen which is most useful for a candidate sitting for mathematics, Physics and chemistry! I hereby protest against the use of screen calculator unless if there is any way of adding point(.) to the cal screen

  3. ajaebionu stanley ebuka says:

    i wrote jamb on monday but til nw i have nt see my result what might be the problem my reg no. 66637373DB and my phone no. 08161303506

  4. Fredrick feng pwol says:

    I am from jos and during the jamb cbt we were asked not to use the screen calculator by a jamb official. My CBT centre happened to be university of Jos. Meanwhile we learned the screen calculators were deliberately provided to be used by the candidates.
    Thank you.

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