The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board’s (JAMB) scheduled exams for affected students refer to the rescheduling of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for candidates who were unable to take the exam during the originally scheduled dates due to various reasons.

Here are some key points about the JAMB-scheduled exams for affected students:

  1. Rescheduling: JAMB may reschedule the UTME for candidates who were unable to take the exam due to reasons such as sickness, travel delays, technical issues, or other extenuating circumstances.
  2. Application for Rescheduling: Affected candidates need to apply for rescheduling by following the guidelines and instructions provided by JAMB. This typically involves submitting a written request with supporting documentation.
  3. Rescheduled Exam Date: JAMB will announce the rescheduled exam date for affected candidates, which may be held a few days or weeks after the original exam schedule.
  4. Examination Centres: Candidates who are rescheduled will be assigned to specific examination centres for the rescheduled exam.
  5. Notification: JAMB will communicate the rescheduled exam date, time, and centre details to the affected candidates through various channels, such as their official website, SMS, or email.

You can find more information and updates on JAMB’s official website ( or by following JAMB’s official social media channels.