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CBT centres operators raise concerns over 2023 UTME

The Association of Tutorial School Operators has said the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination candidates will experience pain and stress.

This was in reaction to the reduction in the number of computer-based centres across the country by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.

The JAMB Registrar, Prof. Isaq Oloyede, announced the reduction when he met with commissioners for education across the country on Monday in Ikeja, Lagos.

It was gathered that JAMB reduced the centres for reasons such as poor facilities, not complying with the guidelines of the Board, and involvement in examination malpractice among others.

Though the total number of CBT centres axed by the board was not given, investigations revealed that in Ogun State, the number of CBT centres was reduced from 43 to 21, in Abia State, the number was reduced from 21 to 14 and in Kogi State, it was reduced from 17 to 16.

 

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