Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board Registrar, Ishaq Oloyede has rescheduled examinations for candidates who were unable to sit for the 2023 mock due to some technical hitches experienced at their centres.
Oloyede promised all candidates who registered to write the 2023 mock examination will have the opportunity to sit for the exams Friday and Saturday.
Hestated that board would reschedule the mock examination to hold today, Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1, for some candidates who were unable to sit for theirs at the commencement of the examination on Thursday as earlier scheduled.
While responding to technical hitches recorded in some centres, the JAMB registrar said that the board had expected specific challenges following the test of its facilities for the main unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations scheduled to hold on April 29.
He acknowledged the technical hitches faced by candidates who sat for mock exams on Thursday adding that the examination was held to test specific facilities of the board in preparation for main examinations.
“We are aware of all those things we are monitoring and that is why it is a mock examinations. We are holding it to test specific facilities of the board on a large scale in preparation of main exams.
“What is important is that all candidates who registered for mock examination will be able to sit for their mock.
“For those who were not able to write today, JAMB will reschedule them for Friday and Saturday,” he said.
It would be recalled that JAMB had earlier announced that it would examine 176,408 candidates in its 2023 mock examination scheduled to hold on Thursday, March 30
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