UTME 2023: JAMB issues new guidelines ahead 2023 UTME
Sep 27, 2022
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said all Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres must henceforth use laptops running on at least 2 gigabytes (2GB) RAM for the conduct of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) tests.
The board has also stopped CBT centres from collaborating with cyber cafes or tutorial centres, saying “any violation of the directive, whether in part or whole, would lead to the revocation of the licence of the erring CBT centre.”
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JAMB also announced that it would consider separating UTME registration from that of Direct Entry (DE) beginning in 2023.
These are parts of the fresh guidelines rolled out by the board as contained in its weekly bulletin published on Monday.
No new Computer-Based Test (CBT) centre would be accredited without meeting the new requirements. To this end, new CBT centres must use laptop computer systems as clients, zero thin clients or Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) would no longer be accepted.