The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has released an update concerning the rumours that the results of some candidates who took part in the 2020 UTME have been cancelled.

Earlier, there were reports that candidates who took UTME on Monday could not access their results, causing fears that their results might have been cancelled

According to JAMB, JAMB has not cancelled the results of its examination conducted on Saturday, March 14, Monday, March 16 and Tuesday, March 17, 2020. This was revealed by the JAMB spokesman, Dr. Fabian.

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The JAMB spokesperson, Fabian Benjamin said the results of the March 14th were initially placed on JAMB’s website but some fraudulent individuals were copying and manipulating it to deceive unsuspecting candidates which made JAMB remove it from its website.

JAMB, therefore, asked candidates to disregard rumours making the rounds that the results have been cancelled.

This means that the scores of candidates who saw their results on JAMB website before it was removed are still valid.  Candidates are advised to follow the SMS method on this link: How To Check Your JAMB Result to check their results and avoid falling victims to fraudsters.

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