Are you a candidate for the upcoming JAMB UTME/DE examination? If you have successfully created your JAMB profile, obtained the 10-digit profile code, purchased the JAMB e-PIN for the registration process, then you’re almost set for the UTME/DE examination.WAEC result
One of the errors applicants encounter during the JAMB registration process is not knowing which code is their JAMB registration number. Some people mistake the JAMB profile code for JAMB registration number, which is wrong.Information Guide Nigeria
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The JAMB profile code is used to begin the registration process, while the JAMB registration number is only gotten after you have successfully registered for the examination. Do you know your JAMB registration number? If you don’t then this article is for you. In today’s post, I’ll be showing you how to obtain the JAMB registration number and how to retrieve it if you’ve lost yours.JAMB Registration Number
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How to get your JAMB Registration Number
To obtain your JAMB registration number, you must have first created your JAMB profile and obtained your JAMB profile code. If you’ve done that, then follow the steps below to get your JAMB reg. Number:How to know JAMB Center and Date
- Step 1: Visit the JAMB e-PIN portal via https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/
- Step 2: Click on the “Buy UTME/DE PIN” icon
- Step 3: Enter your JAMB profile code into the space provided
- Step 4: You will be required to make a payment of N4,700
- Step 5: Select your preferred payment method and make the payment
- Step 6: After the payment has been made, your JAMB e-PIN will be sent to you via email or SMS
- Step 7: After obtaining the JAMB e-PIN, visit the nearest JAMB approved CBT center
- Step 8: Go the JAMB approved center with your JAMB profile code, e-PIN, and bio data to complete the registration process
- Step 9: The JAMB attendant will help you complete your JAMB registration, and you’ll be given your JAMB examination slip.How to pass JAMB
- Step 10: Check your JAMB exam slip for your JAMB registration number.
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How to Retrieve your JAMB Registration Number
If you’ve lost your JAMB slip, or forgotten your JAMB registration number then you’ll have to retrieve it. The following requirements will be needed to retrieve your JAMB registration number.Npower recruitment
- Full name (first, middle and surname)
- Date of Birth
- State of Origin
- JAMB profile code
- Your JAMB e-PIN
- Serial Number
- JAMB email address and passwordJAMB form
To retrieve your JAMB Registration Number, follow the procedures below:
- Step 1: Visit the JAMB official website via https://jamb.gov.ng
- Step 2: Click on the “E-facility” icon in the green navigation bar
- Step 3: Navigate to “Post-Registration e-Facility” and click on it
- Step 4: Click on “Retrieval of Registration Number”
- Step 5: Enter your JAMB registered email address and password
- Step 6: fill and complete the form displayed on the screen
- Step 7: You will be required to make payment for the retrieval of the registration number
- Step 8: After making the payment, click on “Submit”
- Step 9: After submitting the form, your JAMB registration number will be displayed on the screen.JAMB form
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- Step 1: Visit the JAMB registration number portal via https://jamb.org.ng/postregistrationfacility/ValidatePIN.aspx
- Step 2: Enter your JAMB card PIN and serial number
- Step 3: Click on “Submit”
- Step 4: Your JAMB registration number will be displayed on the screen
Note: You will be charged a fee of N1,000 only, for the retrieval of your JAMB Registration Number.JAMB Result
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