Candidates With No Result out Yet, in the JAMB 2018 – Read This

Candidates With No Result out Yet, in the JAMB 2018 – Read This

We have received a lot of calls from candidates who participated in the 2018 UTME and are yet to see their results even days after the exam.

 We understand the frustration that comes with it. But one thing you need to understand is this is not new. It happens every year.
JAMB 2018 Candidates With No Result Yet, Please Read This

According to JAMB, results have to be properly scrutinized before they are released and from the impression they have given us so far, the results will soon be available on JAMB’s official portal.

So we advise all candidates who are yet to see their results to be patient. Do not be overly panicked or desperate to avoid falling victim to fraudsters.

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At the moment, the best you can do is to keep checking for your 2018 JAMB results. Hopefully, your result will be made available in no distant time. Please do let us know the moment you are able to check your results so others will proceed to check theirs also.

Hope this will help calm you down a little bit while we wait on JAMB to do the needful.

The JAMB Boss, Professor Oloyede yesterday in Abuja disclosed the reason why the board has not been able to release more results this week.

 He disclosed this during the parade of a suspect caught in exam malpractice by officials of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, in Abuja
JAMB Explains Reason For Delay In Releasing Some Results

According to him, some latest revelations of exam malpractices in some centers have made the board unable to not release some results on Wednesday.

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He explained that the board was able to detect, through the use of technology, that most of the cabling issues at CBT centers, were pre-arranged.

“We also have three to four persons who wrote the examinations on the same computer at a session not knowing we have the identity of every computer.’’

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Oloyede disclosed that the board had identified 14 centers across the country involved in malpractice and assured that the operators would be prosecuted.

Good luck!

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