Preferred Choice: JAMB 2016 comes with a new Package

 As
part of the ongoing reforms in the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
(JAMB), the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin,
announced that the board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give
candidates ample opportunity of gaining admission into the numerous
institutions of higher learning in the country.
He
disclosed this in a press outing where he said,
 
 “What we did initially was that you only have
one choice. Now, we have made it in such a way that if you miss the University
of Lagos; University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife,
and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to
another school.
Before now, all universities will
be in first and second choice and that will not solve any problem. We have now
decided to put a few of those schools we feel will have more spaces as more
preferred Institutions placed on the more preferred choice are those that are
mostly not oversubscribed. This is because it will not make any sense if you
place institutions like the ABU, UNILAG, OAU and UNN, when in actual sense they
cannot even admit one third of the candidates that will choose them as most
preferred.”
It
is therefore advisable for prospective candidates to ensure they visit
accredited registration centres for their registration so as to be properly
guided on this new option and where they can get genuine answers to their questions
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According
to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the
board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample
opportunity of gaining admission.
In his words, “What we did
initially was that you only have one choice. Now, we have made it in
such a way that if you miss the University of Lagos; University of
Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to another
school.
– See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf
The
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made
some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns
selection of institutions by candidates. – See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf
The
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made
some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns
selection of institutions by candidates.

According
to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the
board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample
opportunity of gaining admission.
– See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf

The
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made
some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns
selection of institutions by candidates.

According
to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the
board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample
opportunity of gaining admission.
In his words, “What we did
initially was that you only have one choice. Now, we have made it in
such a way that if you miss the University of Lagos; University of
Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to another
school.
Before, all universities will be in first and second
choice and that will not solve any problem. We have now decided to put a
few of those schools we feel will have more spaces as more preferred.
Institutions placed on the more preferred choice are those that are mostly not oversubscribed.

This
is because it will not make any sense if you place institutions like
the ABU, UNILAG, OAU and UNN, when in actual sense they cannot even
admit one third of the candidates that will choose them as most
preferred.”
We therefore advise candidates to ensure they visit
accredited registration centres for registration where they will be
properly guided on this new option and ask questions if the need
clarification.
– See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf

The
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made
some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns
selection of institutions by candidates.

According
to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the
board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample
opportunity of gaining admission.
In his words, “What we did
initially was that you only have one choice. Now, we have made it in
such a way that if you miss the University of Lagos; University of
Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to another
school.
Before, all universities will be in first and second
choice and that will not solve any problem. We have now decided to put a
few of those schools we feel will have more spaces as more preferred.
Institutions placed on the more preferred choice are those that are mostly not oversubscribed.

This
is because it will not make any sense if you place institutions like
the ABU, UNILAG, OAU and UNN, when in actual sense they cannot even
admit one third of the candidates that will choose them as most
preferred.”
We therefore advise candidates to ensure they visit
accredited registration centres for registration where they will be
properly guided on this new option and ask questions if the need
clarification.
– See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf

The
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made
some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns
selection of institutions by candidates.

According
to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the
board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample
opportunity of gaining admission.
In his words, “What we did
initially was that you only have one choice. Now, we have made it in
such a way that if you miss the University of Lagos; University of
Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to another
school.
Before, all universities will be in first and second
choice and that will not solve any problem. We have now decided to put a
few of those schools we feel will have more spaces as more preferred.
Institutions placed on the more preferred choice are those that are mostly not oversubscribed.

This
is because it will not make any sense if you place institutions like
the ABU, UNILAG, OAU and UNN, when in actual sense they cannot even
admit one third of the candidates that will choose them as most
preferred.”
We therefore advise candidates to ensure they visit
accredited registration centres for registration where they will be
properly guided on this new option and ask questions if the need
clarification.
– See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf

The
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made
some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns
selection of institutions by candidates.

According
to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the
board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample
opportunity of gaining admission.
In his words, “What we did
initially was that you only have one choice. Now, we have made it in
such a way that if you miss the University of Lagos; University of
Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to another
school.
Before, all universities will be in first and second
choice and that will not solve any problem. We have now decided to put a
few of those schools we feel will have more spaces as more preferred.
Institutions placed on the more preferred choice are those that are mostly not oversubscribed.

This
is because it will not make any sense if you place institutions like
the ABU, UNILAG, OAU and UNN, when in actual sense they cannot even
admit one third of the candidates that will choose them as most
preferred.”
We therefore advise candidates to ensure they visit
accredited registration centres for registration where they will be
properly guided on this new option and ask questions if the need
clarification.
– See more at:
http://nigerianuniversitynews.com/2015/10/jamb-2016-you-can-now-select-two-universities.html#sthash.wRgCUMyK.dpuf

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