Over 2.1 Million Candidates registered for the 2020 JAMB UTME and are waiting for the exam which will kick-off 14th March 2020.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) registered 1,949,983 candidates for the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) which is billed for between March 14 and April 4.
Further breakdown revealed that 160,640 Direct Entry Candidates applied for Direct Entry Admission.
By implication, a total of over 2 million candidates registered for the 2020 UTME.
Unfortunately, the from 2019 admission quota, just 600,000 candidates will be admitted. Leaving over 1.4 million candidates to re-write the 2020 UTME.
RECOMMENDED: 2020 JAMB UTME CBT Practice App [Free Download].
Hence, all 2020 UTME candidates are strongly advice to pick up there books (if yet to) and start reading. The read will be tougher this year.
For your information, on 1st March 2020, Allschool will be hosting an online competition for all 2020 JAMB Candidates who have installed and activated the JAMB CBT App. We will be giving out a total of N100,000 in the competition.
In the competition, you will be required to answer similar JAMB questions. If you are yet to get Allschool JAMB CBT App, just CLICK HERE.
You can see more updates on the competition by CLICKING HERE.
Allschool Team wishes you best of luck in your academic pursuit.
Meanwhile, below is the what the board has to say on JAMB CAPS ADMISSION.
The board said, “The CAPS is an automated platform for all institutions to conduct their admissions. This system engenders transparency, accountability and inclusiveness devoid of human interference. Institutions are the major actors with the sole authority to recommend candidates for admission while the board supervises by ensuring that all candidates are fairly, equitably and transparently treated.
“Consequently, the conduct of admissions by institutions on their portals is a flagrant abuse of CAPS which is the only credible avenue for institutions to conduct admissions.
“Any admission into the First Degree, National Certificate of Education, and others not on the official letterhead of the board or outside CAPS is null and void, it will not be condoned by JAMB.
“Institutions are to note that admitting candidates outside CAPS will jeopardise candidates’ participation in the compulsory National Youth Service Corps mobilisation exercise or any job placement which requires the certification or endorsement of the board.”
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