The statement said the one-week postponement was to allow for fine-tuning and upgrade of the registration procedures.
Part of the statement reads, “The one-week postponement is to allow for more fine-tuning of the upgraded and more user-friendly procedures for candidates’ registration.
“The process, which will be concluded within the one-week extension period, is also aimed at accommodating feedbacks from candidates and other stakeholders alike.
“The board wishes the general public to note that the board is ever ready to provide world-class services to Nigerians.”
The statement equally disclosed that the improved procedures for the 2022/2023 UTME registration would be made available on the Board’s website, its weekly bulletin as well as other media outlets on Monday, 14th February 2022.