Should JAMB Validity be extended to 3 years?

Extending JAMB Validity to 3 years? is that Good or Bad? what do you think… Can the universities in the country handle it if it is done? i also believe a lot of under aged students will start from ss1 to start purchasing and trying their luck if that is done thereby over crowding the whole system, is a good idea but i think we should also look at the other side and check the short-flaws.

A bill to amend the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Act yesterday scaled through second reading in the House of Representatives, which seeks to extend the validity of JAMB result from its present one year to three academic years.

Rep Ibrahim Ebbo (PDP, Niger), who sponsored the bill said Nigerians mostly the poor have been the highest in sitting for the yearly examinations, despite the increasing cost of purchasing the forms.

The law-maker cited the West African Examination Council (WAEC), the National Examination Council (NECO) as example whose validity extends into years.

The members voted unanimously for in favour of the passage of the bill. Deputy speaker, Emeka Ihedioha who presided over the sitting then referred the bill to the education committee for further legislative duties.

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3 thoughts on “Should JAMB Validity be extended to 3 years?

  1. if JAMB validity should be extended to 3 years, it is gud nd it will be favourable 4 all student dat ar still lukin 4 admission in Nigeria.

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