13,738 for entrance exam into Unity Schools

By Saheed Ibrahim


No fewer than 13,700 pupils registered for the just-concluded common entrance examination into Unity Schools in Ondo State.

The examination, which was held on Saturday, took place in 77 centres across the state, with 18 centres in Akure South Local Government Area.

Monitoring the examination in Akure, the Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Laolu Akindolie, expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the examination across centres.

In the company of officials from the MoES&T, the Commissioner monitored the conduct of the examination in some centres in Akure, including those at Aquinas College, Oyemekun Grammar School, and St. Peter’s Unity School.

At the centres, the pupils were found quietly sitting and writing the examination.

After his assessment, Akindolie said, “13,738 pupils registered for the exam. The conduct was satisfactory. At all the centres visited, there was no hitch. The examination is going on smoothly.”

Responding to the accommodation of the increasing number of students seeking admission into public schools in the state, he said the state was well-prepared to admit them.

He added that approval was being sought from Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa to recruit additional teachers into the five Unity Schools in the state.

Commenting on the release of results, Akindolie said the results should be released in a week as the examination would be marked electronically.

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