The Public Relations Officer of the Board, Mr Fabian Benjamin, said this in a telephone interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
Benjamin told NAN that of the figure, 90.000 candidates would be tested
with the newly introduced Computer Based Test (CBT) and Dual Based Test
He said that already, the board had put in place strategies that
would ensure a hitch free examination across the 3,000 centres
According to him, the sale of forms is expected to end on Friday
March 15, while the website used for the sale will be closed on March
“We have concluded arrangements for the takeoff of the 2013 UTME
examination which will commence on April 27, for candidates for the
Pencil Paper Test (PPT).
“We are currently trying to adjust the examination date for the
Computer Based Test (CBT) and Dual Based Test (DBT) candidates because
the date for coincides with the 2013 May/June WAEC and NECO examination
dates,” he said. (NAN)