His words, “We have just released the results of the mock examination taken on Monday April 1, nationwide. Candidates should only use the outcome of the results to prepare harder for the main UTME, scheduled to commence on April 11.
“They should also note that the results are not for the purpose of admission or matriculation consideration. Candidates are now free to visit our website for their results, using their registration numbers,” he added.
Penpushing further reports that, the spokesman of the board disclosed that, the printing of candidates’ examination slips ahead of the main Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), which was earlier scheduled for Tuesday, April 2, has now been moved to Thursday April 4.