JAMB Warns Against Multiple Registration For 2024 UTME

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) issues warning on multiple registrations for 2024 UTME. While registering for the Matriculation Examination (UTME), the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued a cautionary statement advising candidates against engaging in multiple registrations. The warning, conveyed through a statement signed by Mrs. Ville Pius, the Director of the Test Administration Department, and made available to JAMBulletin, emphasizes the strict prohibition of multiple registrations in the 2024 UTME exercise.

Mrs. Ville Pius emphasized that candidates who attempt to register more than once face identification, disqualification, and potential prosecution. Furthermore, the Director clarified that if errors occur during registration, candidates should approach the Board for necessary corrections instead of obtaining fresh application documents. Engaging in multiple registrations may lead to the invalidation of their applications.

The statement urged candidates to thoroughly read and understand the registration guidelines, including the instructions provided in the Board’s advertisement on registration. It emphasized the importance of adhering to the guidelines to successfully complete the registration process.

Additionally, prospective candidates were reminded that upon completing the registration, they would be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on compliance with ethical standards guiding their applications.

In a cautionary note, the Director advised candidates against disclosing their security details, such as registration numbers, passwords, email addresses, and e-PINs, to third parties. The Director emphasized that no examination center can request or accept candidates’ passwords, highlighting the need for candidates to safeguard their personal information.

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