The Unified Tertiary Examination Computer-Based Test, which ended nationwide on Saturday was hitch-free at the Digital Bridge Institute (DBI) centre in Lagos.
A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) monitoring, reports that the examination was hitch-free with no reported case of malpractice.
On May 26, a power outage at the DBI centre forced the examination to be postponed to May 31.
Speaking on the outcome of the examination, the JAMB Deputy Director in charge of Outstation, Mr Noble Onukwue, said that sustenance of the CBT system would impact positively on candidates.
“The continuation of the CBT would improve the orientation of the candidates.
“They will have an orientation, organisation and discipline and this will be translated to the university as they move ahead in life”, Onukwue said.
NAN reports that the examination commenced on May 17, having about two or three sessions a day and was concluded on May 31. (NAN)