Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board – JAMB Malpractice List 2019/Code Releases

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board – JAMB Malpractice List 2019/Code Releases.

Let’s first congratulate those whose name appeared in the JAMB Malpractice List 2019. Secondly, let’s officially inform you that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board – JAMB Malpractice List 2019/Code is out.

JAMB Malpractice List 2019
JAMB Malpractice List 2019

This is to inform all candidates who will be participating in the upcoming Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post-UTME) that the board has released the codes for examination malpractice and their interpretations as well as examination prohibited items.

This was implemented by JAMB quality assurance department investigation and standard division in their bid to curb exam and ensuring credible examination. Candidates who violate any of this rules will result in penalties, potentially including candidate forfeiture of the exam.

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board – JAMB Malpractice List 2019/Code Releases.

S/N CODES INTERPRETATION OF MALPRACTICE CODES/TYPES/PROHIBITED ITEMS
1 A No e-Registration Slip
2 B Possession of Unauthorized Calculator or similar electronic devices
3 C Possession/Spying/Copying unauthorized books or any reading material
4 D Impersonation
5 E Swapping of Examination Details/ Documents
6 F Possession of USB, CD, Hard Disk or similar storage devices, Bluetooth devices
7 G Violent/Unruly behavior to Examiners
8 H Lateness to Examination Hall
9 I Possession of Mobile Phone or Similar Electronic Devices, Cameras, Recorders, Microphones
10 J Possession of Smart Devices e.g. Watches, Buttons, Rings/Jewelry, Lenses, etc
11 K Colluding with other Candidates/Examiners/External Agents
12 L Leaving the Examination Hall without Permission

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OTHER ITEMS SUCH AS FACE CAP, WRISTBAND, ETC ARE ALSO PROHIBITED.

Candidates are advised to adhere strictly to the above malpractice codes as failure to this would be termed as Exam Malpractice.

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