The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has concluded all restructuring, transformation, reforms and other preparation for the 2017 UTME and is now set to commence the sale of its application form in March 2017.
The restructuring is to expand the opportunities available to candidates as almost all the public universities do not consider candidates on the second choice list because they hardly exhaust their first choice.
Also, the registration of UTME this year will go side by side with the Direct Entry and during registration, candidates’ 10 fingers are to be captured using Biometric Verification Machine (BVN).
This was revealed by the Board’s Head of Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin, in a statement on Tuesday in which it appreciates the patience exhibited by Nigerians in allowing it take time to add value to the services it has been offering for over three decades.
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