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The results of the 2022 mop-up Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, which were held on Saturday, August 6, 2022, were made public on Wednesday by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.

The JAMB director of protocols and public relations, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, made this announcement in a statement from Abuja.


The only thing a candidate needs to do to check the results of the 2022 UTME Mop-Up Examination, which was held on Saturday, August 6, 2022, is to text the word RESULT to the number 55019 using the phone number they used to register.

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Candidates who have linked their email address to their profile on the Board’s website, www.jamb.gov.ng, may also print their results there.
The Board has adopted this user-friendly and streamlined procedure for verifying UTME results in keeping with its desire to follow the government’s guidelines for ease of doing business.

“Furthermore, this streamlined procedure would also prevent the despicable abuse of applicants by shady business centres and cyber cafes, which frequently prey on helpless applicants.

The board scheduled mop-up tests for some candidates at ten locations across five states.

In a previous statement, the board noted that it had conducted careful research before deciding to administer mop-up exams to the candidates.

It should be noted that, as is customary with the Board, its team of experts reviews the various reports from its officials in the field and video footage of the examination after each Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination in an effort to find activities that undermine the examination process.

“The management would make crucial decisions regarding the necessity or not of a mop-up examination for which category of candidates after all the reports had been compiled and taken into account. It was necessary to invalidate the results of every candidate who took the 2022 UTME in the 10 centres after a thorough investigation into the administration of the exam in the 10 centres, which were dispersed across five states of the Federation.

“The Board also acknowledged the unfortunate fact that some innocent candidates took their exams at these centres. All applicants who took the UTME in the centres listed below have therefore been rescheduled for the mop-up UTME on August 6, 2022.

During a supervisory visit to one of the mop-up centres on Saturday, the board’s Registrar, Professor Ishaq Ooyede, informed journalists that the board had spent N100 million on the administration of the examinations for the more than 42,000 candidates.

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