JAMB RELEASES NAMES OF STUDENTS INVOLVED IN EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE IN 2020 UTME

JAMB in keeping with her promise of sanitizing the educational system has just released an updated list of Names of candidates involved in Exam Malpractice for 2020 UTME. The updated list now contains 195 candidates, whose names have been published.  Jamb is committed to upholding the integrity of exams by ensuring that exams are conducted free of any form of malpractice. It is sad to say that the following students whose names appear on the list below, were involved in one form of exam malpractice or another as revealed by Jamb CCTV footage (from CCTV cameras installed at all CBT centers). More names will be added to this list as Jamb continues to review CCTV footage in all the centers.

If your name is on this list, just consider your result withheld. Learn to be responsible and begin now to prepare for another exam in the coming year.

Below are the names of the students who made negative headline news. Don’t pray for your name to show up on such a list in your life time.

This serves as a warning to all candidates preparing for the forthcoming WAEC/NECO examination. Don’t presume, it’s going to be like the previous years, that your seniors cheated and credited their papers. Waec will issue stricter directives this year. Begin now to study hard and brace up for the challenges ahead. Disabuse your mind from any form of exam malpractice. Quit all the plans you are hatching for malpractice because they will fail you. Be confident in yourself. Make the best use of your time now COVID-19 has forced you to stay at home. If you prepare well, you will surely come out in flying colors.


“Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the triumph. Success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, becoming all that we can be.”
– Zig Ziglar

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