Has JAMB officially announce the date for the 2021/2022 examination? No. If you are among the candidates who have an interest in the 2021 JAMB examination, you must be feeling anxious and curious to know if the board has said anything concerning the examination date, maybe if it will still hold or not, when will the exam registration commence, or maybe they have already announced the date without you knowing. Don't worry, I will answer all your questions in this article and help your mind to relax. With the
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Are you a jambite? And you don't know how to access your JAMB CAPS easily, you are in the right place. No need for worries, I will teach you how to access your JAMB CAPS with little stress and would not take much of your time. Check out how to access your JAMB CAPS below; 1. Type jamb caps then pick this website www.jamb.gov.ng on your Chrome browser. Ensure that you change your browser to desktop mode. 2. After you have search for www.jamb.gov.ng, scroll down and click on login as candidate. 3. Then put in
All jamb candidate who wish to partake in the 2021 jamb should take note of the following information. According to the information which was gotten from Jamb board is that, any jamb candidate without a valid National Identification Number will not be registered. We all know that during the 2020 jamb registration, NIN is not compulsory and it is excluded from the registration procedures but now, it is mandatory for every jamb candidate to get his or her National Identification Number. Accordingly, The date for
1.The first step is to have an email address. Create one if you don't have one. 2.You must have a valid and personal phone number. 3.Your National ID card if necessary. 4.Create your JAMB profile. Something like this 5.Proceed to buy JAMB Electronic Pin(E-pin). 6.Visit an accredited and approved JAMB center to complete your registration. Take A look at the crowd here 7.Fill the jamb form. 8.Go for capturing. 9.Then go for thumb printing. 10.Collect your JAMB registration slip. Something like this👇 You should
All You need to know about 2021/2022 JAMB Registration. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) management has finally declared that the registration for JAMB UTME exercise 2021 will commence on 18th January, 2021 and close on 19th February, 2020. The CBT examination will commence from 14th March till 4th of April, 2021. The mock examination will hold by February 22, 2021, while the UTME will hold from March 14 to April 4. Candidates are advised to register and obtain their National
It has gotten to my knowledge that, some persons who registered for Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations for number of years now, finds it very difficult to login to JAMB portal to access their profiles and also check their CAPS due to invalid email address and password login details. The JAMB portal is actually a general forum and as well an official website of JAMB, owned and controlled by the JAMB board. The portal contains vital sections such as checking of Candidates UTME results,
The Management of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye has released the results of candidates who sat for the 2020 Post UTME examination. The first batch of admission lists for the 2020/2021 academic session has also been released. Therefore, UTME and Direct Entry candidates can now check their admission status online by entering their JAMB Registration number and Password via the institution’s website: http://portal.oouagoiwoye.edu.ng/admission/login.php. Candidates who have checked their admission status
Most of us now have the understanding that JAMB have activated the portal for admission, which means every prospective student can login and check if they have been offered admission by their school of choice or by any other school within the country and different course. So many students lose their admission due to the fact that they do not know how to check their admission status on JAMB CAPS on their smartphone. On that note, we have decided to guide prospective students the way to go in checking their admission
UNDERSTAND HOW JAMB CAPS WORKS AND MONITOR YOUR ADMISSION PROGRESS You're the right page if you want to know the meanings of "admission in progress", the meaning of "not admitted" meaning of "sorry no admission is given yet. Now that all is set for this year admission exercise, you need to know that JAMB is now in charge of giving you admission. JAMB will use the system called CAPS to give you admission. What is the JAMB CAPS? In full, it is Central Admission Processing System. This system is devised by JAMB
I know most schools have started giving out admission to it candidates. Here in this article I will be letting you know how to check your Jamb CAPS, so that you will know if you have been admitted by your school or not. Also, I want to let all admission seekers know that Jamb has opened it Caps for admission. As an admission seeker, if you have not yet been given admission or you are waiting to be admitted by your school, you are to check your Jamb CAPS regularly to know if you have been admitted by your school.
Some Institutions, especially Private Schools are done with their admission while some are still in the admission process. The Good news is that JAMB has reopened it's CAPs, you can now check if you have been admitted. Name of candidates whose Institutions have listed for admission will be uploaded to the CAPS, candidates can now check if they have been admitted. Those whose Institutions are yet to start giving admission, are to check their JAMB CAPS often, so they can know when their names will be uploaded.
Here in this article, I will be showing you how you can check your 2020/2021 admission status for Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu University, the former Anambra State University (ANSU). Before I proceed, you should first of all know about this important announcement from the University concerning the prospective students that applied for admission into the university. The attention of the management of the university has been drawn on the rumors that they have started given admission for the 2020/2022 academic session.
Dont ever waste your hard earned money getting their screening form as … Does aau accept second choice???? To corroborate this proposition, the management of the prestigious UNIABUJA has stated that admission into the different faculties of the school is only open to students who made them a first choice. It is really a significant question that should be asked by any prestigious Lagos State University (LASU) aspirant. The answer is yes! Cut-off mark is 180. But it is surprising that candidates still want
Many schools are in the process of giving out admission to it's candidates, while some are yet to start. In this article, I will be mentioning one major factor that makes many people loose their admission, and that factor is: Uploading of their waec result: We all know that without the waec result you can not be admitted. I wrote this article because I know of a person whom this factor denied from been admitted last year. According to the person, she uploaded her waec result but it later disappeared without
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is an entrance examination and admission board for tertiary institution in Nigeria. The board conducts UTME for eligible and successful applicant annually. JAMB as at March 2020, released results of successful candidates that sat for 2020/2021 UTME and those candidates are waiting for their respective school of choice to begin 2020/2021 admission exercise. All candidates who successfully registered and sat for the 2020/2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation
The Management of National Examinations Council (NECO) has released the 2020 NECO SSCE June/July results of candidates who took part in the examination between October and December. This was announced by the registrar of the board, Mr. Godswill Obioma. Therefore, candidates who wrote the examination can now check their results via the link: www.result.neco.gov.ng or www.neco.gov.ng Here are steps on how to check your NECO result: - Visit any of the links above - Select your examination type (SSCE June/July)
The Joint Administration and matriculation board (JAMB) has remain a major exam body conducting universities matriculation examinations (UTME) in all the states of the federal republic of Nigeria. Since it's inception, it has been many people's achilles hill as they can't dance to the tune of the exam. This upcoming JAMB exam will be a huge one, there are certain things which every student could do to emerge successfully in the exam. I bet you, if any candidates can avoid these common mistakes attributed to
This is to inform those who partook in the National Examination Council Examination, NECO 2020 June/July Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination that the results have been released. The results were released on Wednesday and updated on the council's website, www.neco.gov.ng. For you to check your result, visit result.neco.gov.ng. You may check the result using your PC or Android device. It is better checked on chrome, but if you can not do it yourself, I'll advise you visit a computer centre to do that.
Check out the mistakes you shouldn't make during your JAMB UTME registration this year. Notwithstanding, you must avoid these mistakes as much as you can, so that you won't jeopardize your chance of securing admission this year. 1. Don't ask someone to register for you; The only exception to this is if you are going to follow the person up, to make sure that the registration is done correctly. If you know you can't do that, don't ask anybody to register for you because, they might make bad mistakes on your profile.
The Joint Admission and matriculation board JAMB has open its portal for Universities to upload names of shortlisted applicants for 2020/2021 admission. According to the Board, For any approval to be made, all Admission processes must go through CAPS (Central Admission Processing System) This was stated by Fabian Benjamin JAMB spoke man in a telephone interview on Wed, 6th 2021.According to him, only qualified candidate who are recognized by the university which they applied for will be approved. Prof.