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JAMB HAS AGAIN, EXTENDED THE ONGOING 2024 DIRECT ENTRY REGISTRATION                                                                                                        03-04-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                          The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board,JAMB has again, extended the ongoing 2024 Direct Entry registration.

In a post on its X handle, the Board informed applicants that the ongoing registration had been extended by another two weeks.

With the new development, the closing date for the registration is now 25th April, 2024.

JAMB first extended the deadline to 11 April from the initial 28 March, to enable all applicants to complete their registration citing some challenges faced by the security screening measures put in place to tackle fake A’level results.

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