The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) leadership has allowed a portal where Direct Entry and UTME candidates can now verify or confirm their admission status for all years. On the JAMB portal, the admission status check is completely Open! As a matter of fact, some schools can’t even publish their admission list on time on their own portal or notice board. For candidates who have applied for admission to such colleges, the only way to know if they have been offered admission is to check their admission status on the JAMB Admission Status Testing Portal.
How to Check Admission Status on JAMB Portal:
You will have to create one to check your admission status if you do not have an account with JAMB (especially candidates from 2016 downwards). RECOMMENDED: How to get a JAMB account built.
Jump to the five (5) quick steps outlined below to check your admission status on the JAMB Admission List portal if you already have a JAMB profile:
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- STEP 1: Go to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) E-facility portal –The.jamb.gov.ng/efacility portal.
- STEP 2: Log in to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
- STEP 3: After a successful login, scroll down, then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
- STEP 4: Select your Exam year and supply your registration number in the required columns.
- STEP 5: Finally, click on the ‘Check Admission Status‘ button to access your JAMB admission status.
Successfully admitted candidates are advised to:
- Log in to their Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) JAMB and Approve or Deny their approval.
After accepting admission, print your JAMB admission letter. During clearance and registration, this will be required.
- Print their original result slip from JAMB (this comes with passport photography affixed to it).
- Request for a change of course on the JAMB Portal in the event that courses other than the ones they originally applied for are offered.
Not Yet admitted? If yes, please take note of the following:
1. Login into JAMB CAPS to verify your O’level result upload.
It’s important to verify whether your O’level result has been uploaded on the JAMB portal or not. As failure to upload your O’level result can affect your JAMB admission status.
- (https://www.jamb.org.ng/efacility /) Log-in to your JAMB profile
- Click on ‘Admission Status Check,’
- Click on ‘My CAPS Control’
- To check if your O’level has been imported, press ‘My O’level’. If your O’level result is not uploaded, visit any nearby accredited JAMB CBT center. For candidates whose O’level status indicates ‘Awaiting Outcome’ in CAPS, admission cannot be processed.
2. Check if you have been recommended for transfer to another program.
Based on the JAMB CAPS implementation policy, due to UTME and O’level combinations, organizations have the right to accept those candidates for transfer from the preference program to another program.
By following the a-c instructions above, candidates are expected to track their acceptance, then click the ‘Transfer Approval’ link to know if they are recommended for transfer to another program. This transition consideration allows you to either accept or deny it. If you agree, you will be eligible to be accepted into the new program by your first choice institution. You can stay in your chosen course / program if you refuse. The transition of programs will not be carried out.
3. You applied for the JAMB UTME with awaiting result.
Candidates who have used ‘waiting outcome’ during their registration must submit their O’Level outcome to the JAMB portal so that their admission is processed by their institution of choice. In order to prevent disqualification, direct-entry applicants, including JUPEB students, should also upload their A’level and O’level results. This is to allow the screening officers to assess their admission qualifications.
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