The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board,
JAMB has back-off on its new policy adopted on
July 14 to redistribute candidates to universities.
JAMB’s Public Relation Officer, Mr. Benjamin
Fabian who disclosed this to Vanguard Tuesday
in a telephone conversations said: ”Candidates
should go and write the post-UTME in their
institutions of first choices.”
He, however noted that after the post-UTME in
their universities of first choice, if necessary,
JAMB is still going to redistribute them.
He said: “When they write the post-UTME in the
schools of their first choices, they may wish to
consider the other places we have taken them to
for admissions.
”The reason is that if they don’t get admission
in their first choices institution, they will get in the
He explained that JAMB’s effort in redistributing
candidates was only geared towards helping
candidates of over-subscribed institutions gain
admission to other federal or state universities
rather than wasting their scores.
You will recalled that JAMB had last week
announced its new policy to redistributes
candidates to universities other than their first
The development which generated sharp criticism
from stakeholders almost paralysed some of the
most sought after universities in the country.
Candidates Who were ineligible for Post Utme
before, are advice to visit their respective first
choice institutions and process their post utme if
in process.
Details of the candidates will be sent to their
respective first choice institutions... Candidates are
advised to exercise patience as the uploading
process might take time...


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