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NDA Clarifies Clash with JAMB 2014 CBT Exams on 17th May – Must read for all candidates

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1. The Nigerian Defence Academy Entrance Examination (NDAEE) has been slated to hold on Saturday 17th May 2014 in 23 centres across the country. Only candidates who make the national minimum cut-off mark in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) are ELIGIBLE to write the NDAEE on the said date. However, the attention of the Academy has been drawn to the case of some candidates who chose the JAMB Computer Based Test (CBT) option, which is expected to commence on the 17th of May 2014, for the JAMB examinations. Performance in JAMB was to be a pre-condition for eligibility to take the NDAEE.

2. Regarding the above examination conflict, it has become necessary for NDA to make the following clarifications. The general public and most especially candidates who applied for the JAMB Computer Based Test, CBT option, are hereby informed that the date of the Defence Academy Entrance Examination (NDAEE) remains unchanged as Saturday 17th May 2014. However, in a bid not to exclude any candidate from the exams, all CBT candidates will be allowed to sit for the NDAEE on the said date. Only those who meet the national minimum cut-off mark after the CBT examination will be considered for shortlistment to the Armed Forces Selection Board. The results of those who score less than the national minimum cut-off mark of 180 will be discountenanced. Those candidates who have already taken the Paper and Pencil Test (PPT) or the Dual Based Test (DBT) and have scored less than the national minimum cut-off mark need not bother to attend the NDAEE as it would be a wasted effort, considering that they are not eligible.

3. Consequently, all CBT candidates and those who have met the minimum cut-off marks from JAMB PPT and DBT examinations should access the NDA Applications Portal and print out their Examination Admission Cards. Candidates are once again reminded to bring along the following items to the Examination Centre:

a. Acknowledgement Form (downloaded from the Internet).
b. JAMB result slip (for PPT and DBT candidates only). If you don’t have this document, please look at the sidebar of this website (Nigeriaschool.com.ng) to get yours.
c. Examination Admission Card.
d. Two postcard sized (3.5 x 5 inches) photographs with Candidate’s Name, State of Origin, Course Chosen and Name of Exam Centre written at the back of the photographs.
e. Writing materials, including HB pencil and eraser.

4. We wish all our candidates the best of luck in the NDAEE.

Brigadier General
Academy Registrar