Latest information reaching our news desk today, is that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has concluded all plans to write the Supplementary Examination for specific students on the 1st of July, 2017. According to the JAMB Head of Media and Information, Fabian Benjamin, who said in an interview in Lagos State and I quote below;
How JAMB Can Contact You
All those who will be re-writing their exams will be informed via 3 main channels as follows;
1. The jamb board will be sending SMS to their registered Mobile Number.
2. They will be sent a mail to the Email they used in creating their JAMB profile.
3. All candidates can now easily login to their JAMB profile online, where a notification will be displayed if they are qualified to write the exam.
Using this medium, I would love to advise all candidates to check their JAMB profile online to verify them, if they will be writing, as Options (1) and (2) are not reliable, due to network issues that can hinder the delivery of messages.
You should then proceed to reprint your Examination slip as from starting from Monday, 19th June to see your Schedule of Time and Venue for your exam.
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The Jamb PRO also went further to disclosed that there are some candidates, whose results were out-rightly cancelled and disqualified, Due to their involvement in Examination Irregularities. These candidates will also be notified via SMS, Email and Their JAMB profile.
JAMB Head of Media and Information, Fabian Benjamin also went on to further stated, that these set of students are not eligible and qualified to rewrite the JAMB supplementary Examination, holding on July 1st.
The Head of Media and Information further said and I quote below;
“This rescheduled examination became necessary, to make sure that no innocent candidate is unjustly punished for what they knew and don’t knew.” Benjamin Concluded.