The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has listed at least 19 items which it said remained prohibited for the over 1.8 million candidates taking the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, Punch Metro reports.
The board said in its weekly bulletin obtained by Punch Metro on Monday that the items were prohibited during its examinations, warning that candidates who breached the directive would be disallowed from taking the UTME.
The board said:
JAMB noted that it would continue to strive to eliminate unwholesome practices during its examinations, which necessitated the biometric verification of candidates to curb impersonation as well as the introduction of Closed-Circuit Television cameras to its centres nationwide.
JAMB had announced March 23 as the new date for its mock examination, saying the new date for the UTME would also be announced soon, having been shifted because of the just concluded general elections.