How to Register For Jamb Exam the Right Way

The JAMB 2023 UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination) Form is now on sale. Please note that you can only sign up at CBT centres and JAMB state offices that have been approved by JAMB.

When Is JAMB 2023 Registration Starting?

According to JAMB, everyone who wants to take the exam must sign up between Saturday, January 14, 2023 and Tuesday, February 14, 2023. This includes people who sign up in other countries.

To sign up for JAMB 2023, you must send a text message with your NIN number to 55019 or 66019. This will give you a profile code. You can also get your ten-digit JAMB profile code by calling 550191*NIN# or *660191NIN#.

The mock test for JAMB will be on March 16, 2023. To do well on the JAMB exam in 2023, you can take the JAMB MOCK TEST as many times as you want on our platform. This will help you get used to the exam format and possible questions.

How Much Is JAMB 2023 Registration Fee?

The fee to register for JAMB is 4,700 naira.

See how the fees are broken down:

  • The cost of registration. PIN: #4,700
  • JAMB Mock Exam: #1,000
  • Mandatory Reading Text (“The Life Changer” by Khadija Abubakar Jali): #500
  • Service Fee for Registration: #700 USSD Code Amount: 50 Naira (50)

Click here to get the free JAMB reading text “The Life Changer.”

How to Register for JAMB exam in 2023

Candidates would have to go to a JAMB-accredited CBT-Center to sign up for the exam and get their printout slip.

Here’s How To Register For JAMB, Step By Step:

Step 1: Create a profile

This is done by sending NIN, a space, and the 11-digit NIN as an SMS to 55019 or 66019. Before creating a JAMB profile, ensure you validate your email address. This proves that your email is real and can be reached.

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NIN 1234476767 to 55019 or 66019, for example. After this is done, the candidate gets a 10-digit code on the same number the message was sent through. The JAMB E-pins will be bought with this 10-digit number.

Step 2: Purchase ePins

During JAMB registration, every applicant must buy an ePIN in order to start the application process. Payments for JAMB’s ePIN registration and the recommended reading text can be made at banks, CBT centers, and JAMB state offices.

You can pay for your JAMB ePIN at your bank, at an ATM, at a point of sale (POS), through a mobile transfer, or on the JAMB portal.

Step 3: Fill out the registration form

After buying the ePIN, the next step is to register online at a JAMB CBT center that has been approved. Here, the candidate is expected to show the ePIN at any accredited CBT Centre so that it can be validated and the JAMB registration process can be finished. When the candidate registers his or her profile on his or her phone, the candidate’s name is typed in. When the CBT center enters the candidate’s e-PIN, the candidate’s name comes up as it was typed.

When you Register For Jamb, you need to do the following:

  1. Fill out the list of schools and programs you want (course of study).
  2. If you don’t have to wait for a result, list your qualifications with grades and dates.
  3. Upload relevant certificates.
  4. The candidates need to give their O/L and/or A/L grades. Those who are still waiting for their results should upload them to CAPS (JAMB) as soon as they are posted on the JAMB portal. JAMB will not take into account any recommendations from any institution if the candidate has not uploaded his or her results to the JAMB portal. No institution is allowed to take a new picture/photograph, biometrics, or require any other upload of the result. Institutions can get all of the results from the website of the board (and the download is tracked to avoid abuse)
  5. If you want to apply through direct entry (DE), you need to give your JAMB registration number along with your previous institution certificates.
  6. Fill in your preferred UTME subjects and the city where you want to take the test (s)
  7. Test for practice (optional). For mock tests, candidates must pay on the day of the test.
  8. Check the details to make sure nothing is wrong.
  9. Make a registration form. USING BIOMETRIC AUTHENTIFICATION (UTME/DE) to check if a fingerprint is valid. CBT centers can’t be blamed for mistakes when you sign in with your fingerprint. Before putting their fingerprints down, candidates need to make sure
  10. Get the reading text and CD at no extra cost.
  11. After registering, get the e-slip as proof that you registered.
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What do you need to do to register for JAMB UTME 2023?

Each person who wants to take the UTME in 2023 must provide the following:

  • Personal e-mail address
  • Number for a cell phone
  • Make your JAMB account.
  • JAMB ePIN registration payment
  • Number of National Identification (NIN)
  • O’level/A’level Result
  • Fill in your Biodata
  • Can I apply for JAMB even though I’m still waiting for my SSCE, NECO, or NABTEB scores?
  • JAMB accepts people who are still waiting for their SSCE, NECO, or NABTEB scores. But Jambites are asked to put their results on the portal as soon as the portal is ready.

When does direct entry registration for JAMB 2023 start?

From Monday, February 20, to Thursday, April 20, 2023, people could sign up for JAMB Direct Entry.

Is a JAMB Mock Test Really Necessary?

To prepare and acquaint Prospective Applicants with the CBT environment, JAMB will organize a practice test in all approved CBT venues. Applicants who want to take the mock test should specify it during registration if they register early enough.

Our JAMB Mock Test prepares you for the JAMB exam by simulating it. You may obtain your subject combination and questions from the current syllabus here.

The Significance of Mock Examinations

  • Offering candidates a taste of what the JAMB UTME is like.
  • Introducing applicants to the JAMB question-setting process.
  • The ability of the candidate for the UTME is being tested.
  • Enabling applicants to determine if they are weak or strong in their disciplines.
  • Getting pupils used to using computers to create assessments.
  • Helping applicants grasp the atmosphere of CBT tests.
  • The MOCK examination will commence on March 16th, 2023.
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Now is the time to take the Mock Test.

Is the mock score included to the UTME score by JAMB?
The JAMB Mock Test score does not contribute to your UTME score. Nonetheless, the results of the Mock Test may have an impact on your JAMB UTME performance. By completing the Mock Test, you get acquainted with the CBT test style and learn how to answer questions quickly and efficiently.

Dates and Locations For The 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination

The 2023 JAMB CBT Examination will begin on Saturday, April 29th and will finish on Friday, May 12th, 2023. Candidates studying for the test are thus recommended to begin practicing JAMB Previous questions on our JAMB CBT practice site.

The examination will take place at any location in the candidate’s selected examination town (s). An examination date will be linked to your slip printed, which implies you must arrive early on that day and prepare for the test.

Please keep in mind:

JAMB does not assign applicants to any other examination location (or combination of towns) than the one chosen during registration. Applicants are recommended, however, to register early before the number of available slots in their preferred town or set of towns is depleted.

No examination town with few centres is permitted due to a detected collusion among few CBT centres. A substantial number of towns have been consolidated. It is important to note that picking a group of places implies you might be placed in any of the towns in the group.

What Is the Minimum Acceptable JAMB UTME Score?

The minimum UTME score needed by a higher institution varies by institution type. The following are the minimum necessary scores:

  • 160 University
  • 120 Polytechnic/Monotechnic
  • Education College – 100

Originally posted 2023-04-04 05:12:00.

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