Candidates participating at the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination have applauded JAMB, organisers of the examination for match series put on the ground in centres to ensure a hitch-free examination.
No fewer than 1.7 million candidates are writing the examination, which began on Saturday, May 13, nationwide.
It was reported that a total of 642, centres would be used for the examination with at least two members of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in each of the centres.
In all, a total of 1,200 men of the NSCDC had been deployed in all the centres to beef security.
Miss Olajumoke Bello, one of the candidates who spoke at the WAEC International Office Ikeja, said that the exercise was hitch free and less stressful.
Bello added that apart from a slight technical hitch in launching the browser and accessing the questions, all other things were what she described as ‘perfect’.
“The examination on its own and the process of the examination were very okay, coupled with the serene environment.
“But, we initially had a challenge of getting to the question site because of a technical hitch which was also taken care of by the technical staff some minutes later.