UTME 2024: Young Man Travels for His JAMB Exam, Hopes for Safety and Success

UTME 2024: Young Man Travels for His JAMB Exam, Hopes for Safety and Success

  • A Nigerian man who travelled for his UTME exam and captured the moment he was on the road has gained attention online
  • In the video, the man disclosed as he travelled on the road that his exam would come up the next day
  • He indicated that he hoped to pass the exam successfully, as that was the dream of many UTME candidates

A Nigerian man who travelled for her UTME exam made a video short video about his journey.

In the video, the man revealed that his exam was scheduled for the next day.

The man wished himself well
The man hoped for success and safety. Photo credit: dailyreality/X
Source: Twitter

He expressed hope of successfully passing the exam, as it represented the aspirations of many UTME candidates aiming to gain admission to higher institutions, as shown by @yxng.khalid.

Watch the video below:

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Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

AmMuslimHabibi said:

“Amen mines on Monday.”


“Aameen…How was it.”


“Amen monday.”


“Amen U shall pass in Jesus name.”

How to check your JAMB results

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the results of candidates of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) will soon be available. As of Monday afternoon, April 22, the results have not been released.

In this article, Legit.ng explains how to check your JAMB result. The official JAMB website is the main platform for accessing your UTME results. There, you can print your results slip.

Access your results: Once you’ve entered the required details, click on the “Check UTME Results” button. Your UTME scores for each subject tested should be displayed on the screen if it has been released.

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In another story, Legit.ng reported that Adesegun Ogungbayi, the board chairman of MIMS Educational Services, has explained that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) allows the use of a calculator.

In an exclusive interview with Legit.ng, Ogungbayi disclosed that the use of a physical calculator has been banned by JAMB, but an on-screen calculator is allowed.

Ogungbayi, also the project coordinator of the Academic Excellence Initiative (AEI), said this type of calculator is the one that Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates activate from their computers.

Source: Legit.ng

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