JAMB: The 2020 Admission exercise to commence soon but Guidelines have being released (Details)
By medic.paulb | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 538 views
Recently, the Nigerian Council in charge of tertiary admission, JAMB- joint admission and matriculation board, gave updates on the 2020 admission process and this was disclosed on July 19,2020.
According to the announcement given by JAMB, it has given all higher institutions a go ahead in the admission process, it was also announced that the admission for 1st and 2nd choice candidates will commence promptly on the 21st of August, 2020, which is actually about a month from now.
It was also announced that all heads of higher institutions have received guidelines for this year's admission screening session, and that no terminal date for the end of the process has being announced yet. The JAMB registrar also said that no higher institution is allowed to release any admission list, until it has being by JAMB and displayed on the JAMB CAPS.
Also any candidate who doesn't go above the set off point for the particular program they applied will automated rejected even though they were recommended by their institution of choice. With all this said, all 2020 admission seekers should buckle up and prepare extremely well for their Post UTME examination and upload their O'level results.
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