Jamb New Date For Exam 2021 – What Is The New Date For Jamb , Which date Jamb exam will start 


The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has set a new date for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) (UTME). All individuals who applied for the exam in 2021 should read this post all the way through in order to learn about the JAMB’s revised exam date for 2021. Also see how to get into universities without taking the JAMB UTME. Also Read : How to Register for JAMB  online ( Guild for Jamb Utme Registration  )

 

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It is vital to remember that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is the sole exam body that administers Tertiary Institutions Entrance Examinations to students who seek to continue their education at higher institutions.

Prof Ishaq Oloyede, the JAMB Registrar, revealed the new official date for the 2021 UTME during a press conference in Abuja.

JAMB has set a new exam date for 2021. ( JAMB new exam date 2021 ) 

The updated UTME dates, according to the JAMB Registrar, are as follows:

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The JAMB 2021 Mock UTME, which was originally scheduled on Thursday, May 20, 2021, has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 3, 2021.

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The main JAMB UTME will take place between June 19 and July 3, 2021.

Stakeholders also advocated for a two-week delay to the UTME registration deadline, which will now be May 29, 2021.

The extension was granted due to a stakeholder’s unwavering commitment to fulfil their respective commitments.

JAMB further announced that during the extension period, monitoring teams would be dispatched to all states of the Federation and the FCT, and that all CBT Centers would be instructed to halt selling ePINs and not collect registration fees from candidates until they had completed their registration.

The Board vowed to penalise anyone who disobeyed their orders. It also made it illegal for CBT centres to register applicants in groups. To relieve congestion at registration centres, all CBT centres were told to open all twenty (20) permitted registration points.

Meanwhile, the National Identity Card Management (NIMC) vowed to give priority attention to UTME/DE prospective candidates who seek to register for NIN.

JAMB further encouraged candidates those still to receive response from 55019 to send their Tracking ID or NIN to nimc-jamb2021@nimc.gov.ng.

While those that got their NIN from unlawful sources are requested to visit NIMC office to rectify the situation.

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