By Fred Ezeh Abuja
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) announced on Monday that it will start selling the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) application document on February 12, and will continue until March 19. .
Likewise, JAMB said that the UTME exercise will start on April 20 and run till April 30, while the mock exam for candidates who want to get familiar with the Computer Basic Test (CBT) will be held on April 2. April.
Meanwhile, JAMB has stated that it will not accept the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) Advanced Level (A’L) as an entry requirement for direct entry into educational institutions. superior of the country.
Information in JAMB’s weekly newsletter released on Monday explained that the reason for the rejection of NABTEB’s advanced level was that he found out that
government policies on level A
programs do not allow NABTEB to conduct the advanced level exam.
JAMB Director of Admissions, Mohammed Babaji Ahmed, in a written directive to Vice Chancellors and other Heads of Higher Education Institutions, said JAMB will not process the admission of any candidate with NABTEB A/L certificate .
The guideline reads: “We have learned that some institutions accept NABTEB A/L GCE as a qualification for Direct Entry (DE) Admissions.
“JAMB is aware that NABTEB is not authorized to offer GCE and is therefore obliged to take appropriate action. Any A/L GCE certificate issued by NABTEB is therefore not registrable with JAMB and the Board would not process the admission of a candidate with such result. Candidates wishing to register for the A/Level exams should take note.