The Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, Prof Dibu Ojerinde, in this interview with ADELANI ADEPEGBAsheds light on controversies surrounding university admissions in the country.
What informed the Computer-Based Test?
We believed it’s one of the ways we can reduce examination malpractices. The global trend now is the use of technology and we felt we should not be left behind in Nigeria. On the other hand, the issue of problems being encountered by the candidates in terms of missing results, malpractices and things like that will be eliminated totally. These are some of the reasons and in any case, we think also that it would improve the technological know-how of our kids in this country.
What are the measures and arrangements you have in place to make the CBT succeed?
Last year, we had 55 centres all over the country but now, we have about 159. That is about three times what we had last year which is a very wonderful development. Click Here to Read the full interview