2022 UTME: JAMB Directs Applicants to start Printing Notification Slips
The printing, according to JAMB, will allow candidates to know the location, date, session, and time of their examination.
On Saturday, April 30, 2022, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) advised all applicants taking the 2022 exams to begin printing their notification slips.
The exam body issued the decision in a statement signed by Fabian Benjamin, the board’s Head of Public Affairs and Protocol.
JAMB has announced that students who have enrolled for the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) can begin printing their notification slips.
“The notification slip is available for printing by all candidates who had registered for the 2022 UTME scheduled to hold from Friday, 6th May 2022 to 14th May 2022.
“Printing of examination notification slips is compulsory for all candidates, as it enables them to know the venue, date, session, and time of their examination.
“All candidates are advised to print slips on time so as to know the location of their examination centers, date of their scheduled sessions, and time of the examination beforehand, especially with the adjustment in examination schedules this year.
“This would guide them in making necessary arrangements ahead of the exercise as the board frowns at lateness to its examination and no excuses would be entertained from any candidate, as a stitch in time saves nine.”
JAMB stated that slips may be printed at any public or private internet location and that candidates could go to https://www.jamb.gov.ng, click on 2022 UTME slip printing, enter their registration number, and print.
The exam body also stated that the slip provided vital information for candidates such as their registration number, examination center within their chosen examination town, and planned arrival time.
In keeping with its “No biometric verification, no examination” policy, JAMB underlined that all applicants will be checked into the test hall using the Biometric Verification Machine (BVM), which also served as a register of attendance.