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2024 UTME: JAMB to Prosecute Candidates with Multiple Registration

2024 UTME: JAMB to Prosecute Candidates with Multiple Registration

In preparation for the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued a stern warning to prospective candidates against participating in multiple registrations. The registration process for the 2024 UTME is scheduled to commence on January 15.

In a recent bulletin, JAMB emphasized its commitment to maintaining the integrity of the registration process and ensuring fair play. Ville Pius, the director of the test administration department at JAMB, signed the statement, outlining the consequences for candidates involved in multiple registrations.

Pius made it clear that engaging in multiple registrations is strictly prohibited for the 2024 UTME exercise. Any candidate found registering more than once will face disqualification and potential legal prosecution. The board is determined to identify and take decisive action against those attempting to manipulate the registration system.

“Candidates who register more than once would be identified, disqualified, and prosecuted,” warned Pius.


To address errors during the registration process, candidates are urged to approach JAMB for necessary corrections instead of resorting to obtaining fresh application documents. The statement emphasizes that any deviation from this procedure would result in the disqualification of the affected candidates.

Pius underscored the importance of candidates familiarizing themselves with the guidelines on registration and complying with the stipulated rules. He urged candidates to exercise caution and read the guidelines thoroughly to avoid any inadvertent mistakes that could jeopardize their applications.

Furthermore, prospective candidates are reminded that after completing the registration process, they will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on compliance with ethical standards governing their applications. This underscores JAMB’s commitment to ensuring that the entire examination process adheres to the highest standards of fairness and integrity.

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In addition to warning against multiple registrations, Pius cautioned candidates against sharing sensitive information such as registration numbers, passwords, email addresses, and e-PINs with third parties. The statement emphasized that no examination center is authorized to request or accept candidates’ passwords.

JAMB had previously announced that the deadline for the 2024 UTME registration is set for February 26. The actual examination is scheduled to take place from April 19 to 29. The board’s strict measures and clear directives aim to create a transparent and secure environment for all candidates participating in the upcoming UTME, promoting fairness and the credibility of the examination process.

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