The candidates have describe this year UTME registration as challenged,stressful and they call up the board to extend the deadline in order to finish the registration.
He said; This measure has doubled the rate of the registration as over 800,000 candidates have registered.
“I want to assure all candidates that are desirous of registering for this examination, will not be left out.
“We are working hard to ensure that no Nigerian child is denied of his or her right of advancing in education.
“We do not intend to extend the registration deadline as we are sure that all of the candidates will be duly registered,’’ he told NAN. Mr. Benjamin also added, that many registration centre owners were happy with the way the exercise was going.
NAN reports that the registration for the UTME started on March 20 and is scheduled to end on April 19.
The computer based testing of the UTME has been scheduled to begin on May 6.