The joint admission matriculation board has made it clear to all candidates that they are only eligible to choose only one public university during registration and not two universities as it were.
Jamb disclosed this that candidates can select a public university and a private university but not two public universities.
Also, candidates have the chances of choosing other institutions up to three times, that is as first choice, second choice and third choice.
In addition to this, the head of information JAMB, Mr. Benjamin ” Yes we restricted the choice to one but candidates can choose as many colleges or polytechnics” he said.
“We discovered that it was of no use choosing a university as second choice when in actual sense they can’t even accomodate their first choices.” he said.