With your phone, you can now reprint your JAMB examination slip online.
The JAMB examination slip is a document that contains your biodata details, examination details, and UTME subject combinations.
With the printout of the examination slip, you will know the date, time and centre for your JAMB examination.
You will need either of the following information to reprint your JAMB examination venue;
- JAMB Registration Number
- Phone/GSM Number
- Email Address used for JAMB Registration
The reprinting of the JAMB examination slip is free of charge. But you must pay between a hundred and three hundred naira (₦100-200) to print the exam slip at a cyber cafe.
This post contains the steps for you to reprint your JAMB examination slip.
Ask me any questions using the comment box below this post. I will love to hear from you.
Table of contents
|JAMB Examination Date
|Tuesday, 25th April – Tuesday, 2nd May 2023
|JAMB Slip Reprinting Date
|Friday 21st April 2023
|JAMB USSD Code
|*55019*1*NIN# or *66019*1*NIN#
|USSD Code Amount
|Fifty naira (₦50)
|Syllabus for all Subjects
|Life Changer by Khadija A. Jalli
|Reprint JAMB Exam Slip
How to Reprint JAMB Examination Slip
Here are the steps on how to reprint your JAMB UTME examination slip online;
Time needed: 2 minutes
Here are the procedures to reprint the JAMB examination slip
- Open your Chrome or Safari browser
Launch the internet browser on your phone or computer
- Visit the JAMB Examination Slip portal
Enter https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/examslipprinting/printexaminationslip as your web address
- Click on Print Examination Slip
Select “Print Examination Slip:
- View your JAMB examination date, venue and centre
Print out your JAMB examination slip
- Go to a Cyber Cafe to printout your JAMB examination slip
Reprint JAMB Slip from JAMB Profile
You can reprint your JAMB examination slip directly from your JAMB profile.
This method is more reliable as you will not encounter any challenges with the link I have provided above.
- Visit the JAMB portal: Go to JAMB’s official website at www.jamb.gov.ng.
- Log in: Click “E-facility Login” and enter your JAMB registration number and password.
- Print examination slip: Once logged in, click the “Print Examination Slip” tab to view and print your JAMB examination slip.
- Check your details: Before printing your slip, ensure all details are correct and up-to-date. If you notice any errors, contact JAMB immediately to have them corrected.
- Keep the slip safe: After printing your examination slip, keep it safe and bring it with you on the day of the examination. It serves as proof that you are a registered candidate and contains important information about your examination.
How to Reprint JAMB Slip without Email
You can reprint your JAMB examination slip without email using your registration or phone number.
Here are the procedures to reprint your JAMB examination slip without email;
- Open the Chrome browser on your phone.
- Visit the JAMB Examination slip printing portal
- Type your JAMB registration number or phone number
- Click on Print Examination Slip
- View your JAMB exam date, centre and venue
- Print out the slip at a cybercafe.
JAMB Exam Instructions
- Bring a copy of this slip and a biro to your JAMB examination venue.
- Submit the slip to the invigilator in charge of your examination centre.
- Keep a copy of this slip for yourself for reference purposes.
- Biometric (thumbprint) is compulsory at the examination venue.
- Bags, phones and electronic devices are not allowed in the exam venue.
- You will forfeit your exam if you miss your batch.
In conclusion, reprinting your JAMB examination slip is a simple process that can be done on the JAMB portal.
To do this, candidates must visit the JAMB portal and click the “Print Examination Slip” link.
From there, they should enter their JAMB registration number or email address in the required column and click “Print Examination Slip”.
The examination slip will contain all the details of the candidate’s examination, including the examination centre and venue.
Candidates must adhere strictly to their examination dates, venues and centres as indicated on their examination slips. Failure to do so may result in the cancellation of the candidate’s result.
JAMB Exam Instructions
JAMB (Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board) conducts Nigeria’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
Here are some important instructions to know before taking the JAMB examination:
- Registration: You must have completed your registration and obtained your JAMB registration number before you can take the exam.
- Examination Schedule: You should check your exam date, time, and venue on your JAMB slip. The examination usually holds between March and April every year.
- Valid ID: You must come to the examination hall with a valid ID, such as your National ID card, driver’s license, international passport, or any other government-issued ID.
- Restricted Items: You are not allowed to come to the examination hall with any electronic device, including mobile phones, calculators, and smartwatches. You should also avoid bringing prohibited items like pencils, erasers, and rulers.
- Biometric Verification: You will undergo biometric verification before being allowed to enter the examination hall. This ensures that you are the rightful owner of the JAMB registration number.
- Exam Duration: The JAMB examination lasts for a maximum of 2 hours. You should use your time wisely and avoid wasting time on any question.
- Exam Format: The JAMB examination comprises four subjects, which are English Language, Mathematics, and two other subjects relevant to your chosen course of study.
- Exam Instructions: You should carefully read and follow the instructions before starting the exam. This includes carefully reading the questions and options and correctly filling out the answer sheet.
- Reporting Issues: In case of any issue during the exam, you should report to the invigilator or JAMB official immediately.
- Result Checking: After the examination, you can check your result on the JAMB portal using your registration number.
JAMB Frequently Asked Questions
The JAMB exam is an entrance examination for students seeking admission into Nigerian universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education. It is administered by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Any student who has completed their secondary education and obtained a senior secondary school certificate (SSCE) or equivalent can write the JAMB exam.
The JAMB exam is usually conducted once a year, between March and April.
To register for the JAMB exam, visit the JAMB website and create a profile. After creating your profile, you must provide your personal information, academic qualifications, and the subject combinations you wish to sit for. You will also be required to pay a registration fee.
The JAMB exam is a computer-based test (CBT) that consists of 180 multiple-choice questions, divided into four subjects: English Language, Mathematics, and two other subjects relevant to your intended course of study.
Each question in the JAMB exam carries one mark, and candidates can score a maximum of 400. The JAMB score is calculated by dividing the total number of correct answers by the total number of questions and multiplying by 100.
The universities themselves usually determine the JAMB cut off mark for admission into Nigerian universities.
The JAMB result is usually released within two weeks of the examination. However, the exact date of release may vary from year to year.
To check your JAMB result, visit the JAMB result checking portal and enter your JAMB registration number, email address, and password.
You must bring your JAMB registration slip, a valid government-issued ID card, and any other materials specified by JAMB to the exam venue.
Good luck with passing your JAMB examination. I hope to hear good news from you about your high JAMB score.
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