JAMB 2015

JAMB Printed Admission Letter – 2016/2017 [UTME / DE]

How to Print Your JAMB Admission Letter for 2016/2017 – UTME & Direct Entry Candidates. The Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB) has opened the portal for both Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and Direct Entry candidates to access and print their admission letters online. Lately, we have received a lot of inquiries from UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates trying ...

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JAMB Admission Status 2015 / 2016 – Check Here

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has created an online admission status checking link on her e-Facilities portal. This will enable all UTME and DE candidates, irrespective of their school of choice, to keep in touch and know when they are offered admission by their individual choice institutions. Usually, Higher Institutions in the country submits to JAMB their comprehensive admission list ...

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How to become an accredited JAMB CBT Centre

JAMB has instructed that only accredited JAMB CBT Centres, tasked with conducting the actual UTME exams, will henceforth be the only authorised centres for registering candidates for the exams. This decision by the board has led to the disqualification of most cyber cafes and business centres, that would usually register candidates for UTME exams. In as much as a whole ...

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JAMB 2015: Unable To Check Your Eligibility Status? Let’s Help You!

Due to complaints from prospective candidates who have been unable to access their school portal and check their names in the 2015 Post-UTME eligibility list of their choice institutions, we have decided to create this thread to help such candidates. All such candidates need to do is post the name of their school, surname, JAMB Reg. Number and Course in ...

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Post-UTME should be conducted centrally – Prof. Ojerinde

The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Dibu Ojerinde, in an interview with Punch Newspaper, spoke extensively on the lingering controversy that has continued to trail university admissions this year. Excerpts; There were reports that the Federal Government overruled JAMB in its earlier plan to redistribute candidates for the post-UTME. Was it the outcome of the ...

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Tertiary Institutions In the Country Can Only Accommodate 800,000 – Prof. Ojerinde

The Registrar and Chief Executive of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor ‘Dibu Ojerinde has indicated that the carrying capacity of all tertiary institutions in the country is currently less than 800,000. This simply implies that over 500,000 candidates out of the 1.4 million candidates who sat for the 2015 UTME will likely not gain admission this year. ...

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Were You Disqualified, But Now Eligible For Your School’s Post-UTME? – Share it Here

In light of the recent reversal of the new JAMB Admission policy which had disqualified some students from registering for the post-UTME screening of their First choice institutions, we expect the affected institutions to have begun updating their eligibility list and allowing all students who have chosen them and scored the minimum cut off mark to register for the post-UTME ...

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JAMB New Policy: Controversy trails UNILAG’s cut off mark

Attempts by authorities of the University of Lagos, UNILAG, Akoka, and the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board, JAMB, to change the official cut-off point of JAMB from between 180 and 200 to 250 was greeted with protests by some candidates billed to participate in the school’s 2015/2016 post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (post-UTME). According to UNILAG management, registration for the screening will ...

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JAMB Reverts New Admission Policy – JAMB PRO

The latest information reaching us has it that JAMB has reverted its earlier decision of stopping candidates from writing the Post-UTME of their First choice institutions. With this new development candidates can now participate in the post-UTME screening of their First choice institutions, provided they reached the cut-off of the institution, as well as the Post-UTME of the school to ...

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New Policy: JAMB to re-distribute candidates with lower scores to other universities

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has said it will re-distribute candidates who scored above 180 but whose scores are less than cut-off-marks of their first choice universities to needy institutions . This is contained in a statement signed by the Head, Media and Publicity of the board, Fabian Benjamin, and made available to journalists on Sunday in Lagos. ...

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UTME 2015 Cut Off Marks for Nigeria Institutions

As most candidates have seen their 2015 UTME results/scores the questions in the mouth of many is, “what is the cut-off mark of my selected institutions”? As usual we are here with the answer to your question. Please note that these cut-offs are subject to change by the individual institutions, depending on the performance of students that selected them It ...

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Revealed: List of Schools Affected By JAMB New Admission Policy

Nairacampus.com.ng knows you are worried regarding the new JAMB policy mentioned HERE and that is the more reason we have dedicated our time to make sure we get you facts about the JAMB new admission policy. Yesterday we received calls, emails and Sms messages from affected candidates, some wanted to know the list of schools affected by this and others ...

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