JAMB result is the outcome of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in Nigeria. The result is released a few weeks after the exam and can be accessed by candidates via the JAMB result checking portal.
JAMB result 2023 Edition
To check the JAMB result, candidates can follow these steps:
1. Visit the JAMB result checking portal at https://jamb.gov.ng/EfacilityLogin.
2. Enter your JAMB registration number or email address and password.
3. Click on the “Login” button.
4. On the next page, click on “Check UTME Result”.
5. Your JAMB result will be displayed on the screen, showing your overall score, as well as the scores you obtained in individual subjects.
It is important for candidates to carefully check their JAMB result as it determines their eligibility for admission into higher institutions in Nigeria. Candidates who are unsatisfied with their JAMB result or who wish to improve their scores can register for the JAMB resit examination which takes place later in the year.
How to Check Your JAMB Result for 2023 UTME
The process for checking your JAMB result for the 2023 UTME will likely be similar to the previous years. Here are the steps to check your JAMB result for the 2023 UTME once it is released:
1. Visit the official JAMB result checking portal at jamb.gov.ng or jamb.org.ng depending on the official website released by JAMB.
2. Login with your JAMB profile email address and password.
3. Once you have successfully logged in, you should see the option to “Check UTME Examination Results”. Click on that option.
4. Enter your JAMB registration number in the appropriate field and click the “Check My Result” button.
5. Your JAMB result for the 2023 UTME should be displayed on the screen. Make sure to print it out for future reference.
Note that JAMB may announce a new or different process for checking your UTME result for the 2023 exams, so it is important to keep an eye on the official JAMB website for updates and any changes to the result checking process.
How to Print Your JAMB Original Result Slip – See Procedure Here
Here’s how to print your JAMB original result slip:
1. Log on to the official JAMB portal at jamb.gov.ng or jamb.org.ng depending on the official website released by JAMB.
2. Click on the “Print Result Slip” link. A new page will open.
3. Input your JAMB registration number and click on the “Print” button.
4. A Transaction ID will be generated for you; note it down.
5. Select how you want to pay: ATM or Cash in the Bank.
6. If you choose the ATM payment option, click “Pay via ATM”. If you choose the Cash in the Bank payment option, print the confirmation page and take it to the bank to make the payment.
7. After completing the payment, go back to the JAMB portal and click on “Print Result Slip”.
8. Enter your JAMB registration number again.
9. Your JAMB original result slip will be displayed on the screen. You can then proceed to print it out.
Please note that the JAMB original result slip is different from the result slip you get after checking your result online. The original result slip is a requirement for admission screening at tertiary institutions and should be kept safely for future use.
JAMB Change of Course, Institution and Date Correction Guidelines 2023
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) provides a platform for candidates who made mistakes during their JAMB registration to effect changes and corrections. The following are guidelines for JAMB change of course, institution and date correction in 2023:
1. Visit the JAMB portal at www.jamb.gov.ng or jamb.org.ng depending on the official website released by JAMB.
2. Click on the “Correction of Data” link. A new page will open.
3. Under “Select Correction Type”, select the correction you want to make, i.e. change of course/institution, correction of name, gender, state/LGA of origin, or date of birth.
4. To make the required modifications, adhere to the on-screen instructions. A fee will be charged to you for the adjustment.
5. You can move forward with the adjustments after the payment has been made.
6. After making the changes, click on “Submit”.
7. Print out the corrected data as evidence of the changes made.
Note that JAMB sets a specific period for change of course/institution, correction of name, gender, state/LGA of origin, or date of birth. It’s important to keep an eye on the JAMB website for updates on the period for correction of data.
After JAMB What’s Next? Questions Every UTME Candidate Should Ask, Know and Things to Do
After writing the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), there are a few important things you should consider and ask yourself:
1. When will JAMB release its results and what is the cut-off mark for my desired course/institution?
2. In addition to JAMB, what are the admission requirements and criteria for my desired course/institution?
3. Have I taken the required post-UTME screening exams for the institutions I am interested in applying to?
4. Have I considered alternative courses, institutions, or educational paths if my desired course/institution is not available?
5. What is my back-up plan if I am not admitted to my desired course/institution?
Here are some things to do after writing JAMB:
1. Prepare for post-UTME screening: Once JAMB results are released, institutions may invite candidates to take part in post-UTME screening exams. It is important to be prepared for these exams by reviewing relevant materials and practicing previous years’ questions.
2. Examine admission requirements and standards: Admission requirements and standards vary amongst colleges. It’s crucial to learn about and comprehend these needs so you can make sure you adhere to them.
3. get and complete application paperwork: If you are eligible for admission, you should get and finish the admission forms for the schools you are considering.
4. Take into account alternative courses and institutions: If you are rejected from your desired course or institution, it is advisable to take into account alternate choices, such as applying to another university or looking into alternative educational paths like entrepreneurship or vocational training.
5. Stay updated: Always stay informed and up-to-date with any changes in admission criteria or requirements, JAMB news, and other relevant news and information.
Jamb re-sit 2023
JAMB reseat examination is a second chance provided to candidates who participated in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) but were unable to score the minimum cut-off mark for admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
Candidates who are interested in re-sitting for JAMB can register for the examination by purchasing the JAMB Re-sit Scratch Card from designated registration centers or online.
It is important to note that candidates can only register for the JAMB re-sit examination after the release of the official JAMB results. Candidates who wish to reseat will have to wait for the next JAMB examination exercise before they can apply again.
Also, candidates are encouraged to use the time between the first JAMB attempt and the re-sit examination to prepare adequately as the questions in the examination are usually set at the same difficulty level as the first examination.
All You Need to Know About JAMB Result Upgrade
It is important to note that JAMB result upgrade is illegal and prohibited. Any person or entity claiming to be able to upgrade JAMB results is engaging in fraudulent activities.
JAMB results are computer-based and released by the authorities after due consultation with relevant stakeholders and committees. No individual or groups of individuals have the authority to change or upgrade JAMB results. Any claims to the contrary should be treated as scams or fraudulent activities.
In any case, JAMB has measures in place to prevent malpractices, and any attempt at changing or upgrading results will be detected and the individuals involved punished accordingly.
Anyone who is caught engaging in such activities risks being prosecuted and facing the consequences such as being banned from taking JAMB exams or being refused admission to tertiary institutions.
Therefore, candidates are advised to focus on properly preparing for their exams and aiming for high scores. They should also ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria for admission into a tertiary institution of their choice, such as meeting the required JAMB cut-off mark, before applying.