The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has suspended, until further notice, the ongoing 2023 Direct Entry (DE) registration exercise, which started on Monday, Feb. 20.
Dr Fabian Benjamin, Head of Public Affairs and Protocol of JAMB stated this in a statement in Abuja.
The suspension, according to the statement, is to enable the deployment of certain measures, which are designed to better serve prospective candidates.
Consequently, JAMB will announce a new date and fresh registration procedures will include the upload of the JAMB Admission Letter in the case of OND and NCE in due course.
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It also includes upload of universities’ admission letters issued by universities in the case of university diplomas and the admission letters issued by ‘A’ Level examination bodies (IJMBE, JUPEB, etc.).
When the board announces a new date, candidates could proceed to JAMB offices nationwide to register.
Recalled that the Board had started DE registration on Monday, Feb. 20 and had slated to end on Thursday, April 20.
Candidates are also to note that only JAMB offices are approved to register them for Direct Entry.
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