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Jamb 2014 Statistics: JAMB Withholds 2,494 Results After Releasing DBT, PPT

JAMB PPT, DBT 2014 Statistics
We are already aware that The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has released the Paper Pencil Test and Dual Based Test Results of candidates who participated in the screening. If you are yet to check your Jamb Result Click Here for the full details.
According to the report, about 2,494 jamb results have been withheld due to various examination malpractice.

The registrar, Prof Dibu Ojerinde who announced this yesterday, wednesday, 16th April, 2014 at JAMB headquarters, Abuja, said a total of 1,015,504 results were released out of the 1.5 million that registered. So far, 990,179 and 25,325 sat for the PPT (Paper Pencil Test) and DBT (Dual Based Test) respectively.

The Registrar said and I quote “The board has not completed the matriculation examination as the last mode which is the Computer Based Examination, CBT will be taking place from Saturday, 17th May-Saturday, 31st May, 2014.”

Jambites whose first choices are Universities are 995,901 in number. Polytechnics have 13,761 applicants while Colleges of Education and Innovative Enterprise Institute have 20,558 and 32 applicants respectively.

As at the time of writing this news, 174 visually impaired sat for the exams, 36,164 and 37,315 are for invalid results and absentee applicants respectively.

Meanwhile, 8 centres in Abia, Rivers, Ebonyi and Imo States have been indicted by the Jamb-UTME board for extorting from N500 – N1,000 from applicants. The board’s helmsman pledged that the culprits will be dealt with.

Prof. Ojerinde disclosed that the boards has made the checking of Jamb Result to be easy and straight to the point.

Update: The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the result of the 2014 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted on Paper Pencil Test (PPT) and Dual Based Test (DBT).
Out of over one million (1,015,504) candidates that wrote the examination, only 47 per cent scored 250 and above.

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