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2018 UTME: Candidates applaud JAMB for hitch-free train



Abuja – Because the conduct of the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) enters the third day, candidates have applauded the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for a hitch-free examination.

Kano State Deputy Governor Professor Hafiz Abubakar monitoring the conduct of the continued Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination throughout the State.

The candidates spoke in separate interviews, in Abuja on Monday

Miss Pleasure Ezinne, on the Skylimit, CBT Centre, Mararaba, stated she was happy with the examination because the examination was performed below a easy ambiance.

Ezinne stated that the community was quick and didn’t expertise incident of energy failure all through the examination.

She added that operators on the centre have been cooperative and attended to as many candidates that wanted their consideration.

Additionally, Grasp Olugbenga Ibikunle, Central Enterprise Space, Abuja, stated the examination went nicely with none drawback.

Ibikunke, who in contrast the 2017 conduct with the 2018 examination stated this 12 months’s train was higher off.

“I sat for the examination final 12 months, but when I’m to match, I believe it us higher performed this 12 months than final 12 months.

“There was no drawback with web facility in my centre, I loved writing the examination now and hope JAMB will proceed on this pattern”.

In an analogous growth, Grasp Izuchukwu Onuegbu at Kabal CBT Centre, Masaka, Nasarawa state, stated there was no web drawback on the centre, and known as on JAMB to maintain it.

In accordance with him, if all examination can be performed on this method, then you definately might be relaxation assured that many college students would go dwelling smiling and praising JAMB.

Mr Emeka Wanaka, Coordinator, International Distance Studying Institute, Abuja, additionally advised NAN that the examination was easy.

He revealed that no hiccup was recorded because the graduation of the train.

He stated that the mock examination had offered leverage for the centre to have the ability to coordinate the examination.

“Many of the points encountered through the mock examination have been addressed and resolved.

“There’s a basic community that permits JAMB to watch the centre from their workplace.

“JAMB has an excellent response interplay and with this we’re in a position to scale back to the barest minimal hitches within the examination”.

He added that the centre solely takes 200 candidates per session and 600 candidates a day, which was the explanation for a coordinated exams.

On the Digital Bridge Institute, NAN correspondent, who visited the centre studies that the train was performed easily.

There was tight safety from the gate and candidates have been totally searched to make sure they didn’t go in with any prohibited gadgets.

Civil defence personnel have been additionally on floor to make sure sufficient safety through the conduct of the examination.

An official of the institute, who spoke with NAN, on situation of anonymity, stated three periods comprising of 250 candidates per session have been writing the examination every day on the centre ‎.

He stated the primary session began a couple of minutes previous 7 a.m. and every session would final for 2 hours.

Some candidates, who spoke with NAN stated the train was easy and they didn’t have any issues. (NAN)


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