JAMB has concluded all plans to write the Supplementary Exam for specific or the lucky and choosen students on July 1st, 2017. 

 JAMB chief  Media and Information officer, in person of Mr  Fabian Benjamin, said this in an interview in Lagos yesterday . 

All those who will be re-writing their exams will be informed via 3 main source of information  as stated below;

1. They will be sent SMS to their registered JAMB  Mobile Number.

2. They will be sent a mail to the Email they used in creating their JAMB profile. 

3. They can login to their JAMB profile online, where a notification will be displayed if they are qualified to write the exam or not. . 

We will plead and  advise all candidates to check their JAMB profile online to verify if they will be writing, as Options (1) and (2) are not reliable, due to network issues in our country that can hinder the delivery of messages.

You should then proceed to reprint your Examination slip as from Monday, 19th June to see your Schedule of Time and Venue for your exam.

He pointed out that there are some candidates, whose results were totally  cancelled and disqualified, following involvement in Examination Irregularities, will also be notified via SMS, Email and Their JAMB profile.

He further stated that these set of students are not eligible to rewrite the JAMB supplementary Exam holding on July 1st.

This rescheduled examination is then  necessary to ensure that no innocent candidate is unjustly punished, coming from the desk of JAMB media and information officer.
I wish you guys best of luck and success 

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