JAMB Announces UTME Statistics For 2022/2023:
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The Management of Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) statistics for 2022/2023 Admission session.
This was disclosed via a memo today ,26th May, 2022 in Abuja by JAMB registrar, Prof. Isaq Oloyede. The memo delivered a brief entries of every data that was captured as at the conducts of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME /DE) for 2022.
The details on the Memo reads :
2022 UTME EXERCISE IN STATISTICS
1) 1,761,338 candidates registered to sit the 2022 UTME: This means that a total of One Million ,Seven Hundred and Sixty -One Thousand , Three Hundred and Thirty -Eight Candidates registered for both the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry (UTME /DE) Examination for 2022.
2) 1,707,626 sat the UTME: This means that Out of the 1,761,338 Candidates that registered, it was observed that a total of One Million , Seven Hundred and Seven Thousand ,Six hundred and Twenty-Six Candidates participate in the UTME exams as at 6th May, 2022.
3) 1,671,203 results released : This means that the total number of UTME Results released for 2022 has been recorded to be One Million , Six Hundred and Seven- One Thousand , Two Hundred and Three for 2022.
4) 27,105 results are further being screened: This means that a total of Twenty- Seven Thousand ,One Hundred and Five Results are still undergoing some certain scrutiny. Pending when it will be released.
5) 69 results have been withheld: This means that a total of Sixty -Nine Results have been ceased by JAMB due to Examination Malpractices and other issues.
6) 1,783 candidates to be scheduled to write as a result of biometric challenges etc. The date for the exams has not been fixed yet , once it’s fixed SchoolDirectNg will update this page.
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