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How to Send NIN to JAMB During and After JAMB Registration

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board have announced that all applicants for the upcoming JAMB Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) must first send their NIN to JAMB before they can be eligible to sit for the entrance examination.Send NIN to JAMB

Before applicants for the JAMB UTME examination will be able to even register for the exam, they must first have an account on the JAMB Portal, and to create an account on the JAMB Portal you need the JAMB profile code. This code is only given to applicants whose NIN have been successfully sent to JAMB.Information Guide Nigeria

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Have you sent your NIN to JAMB yet? If no, then you need to do that immediately. Without sending your NIN to JAMB, you will not be able to register for the upcoming JAMB UTME examination.How to Include NYSC in Your CV

If you have been looking for guidelines on how to send your NIN to JAMB, search no further, as in today’s post I’ll be showing you how to send your NIN to JAMB and commence your JAMB UTME registration.How to Include NYSC in Your CV

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How to Send NIN to JAMB via Text Message

To send your NIN number to JAMB and begin your JAMB UTME registration, follow the procedures below:

  1. Go to the “messaging” app on your mobile phone
  2. Enter the message “NIN, then space, then your 11-digit NIN number” For example; “NIN 56218253221
  3. Now send the message to the number “55019” using the phone number you want to be linked to your JAMB profile
  4. After sending the message, you’ll receive a 10-digit code containing your JAMB profile code. This code can be used to purchase the JAMB e-PIN which is needed to complete the JAMB UTME registration.Npower Recruitment

Congratulations! Your NIN have been successfully sent to JAMB.

OR,

  1. Go to the “messaging” app on your mobile phone
  2. Enter the message “NIN, then space, then your 11-digit NIN number” For example; “NIN 56218253221”
  3. Now send the message to the number “66019” using the phone number you want to be linked to your JAMB profile
  4. After sending the message, you’ll receive a 10-digit code containing your JAMB profile code. This code can be used to purchase the JAMB e-PIN which is needed to complete the JAMB UTME registration.

Congratulations! Your NIN have been successfully sent to JAMB.

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How to Send your NIN to JAMB via USSD Code

To send your NIN number to JAMB via USSD code, follow the procedures below:

  1. Go to the “Call/Phone app” on your mobile phone
  2. Dial the code *55019*1*NIN number# For example, *55019*1*56218253221#
  3. After dialling the code, a 10-digit code containing your JAMB profile code will be sent to the line used in dialling the code. This code can be used to purchase the JAMB e-PIN which is needed to complete the JAMB UTME registration.JAMB Form

Congratulations! Your NIN have been successfully sent to JAMB.

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OR,

  1. Go to the “Call/Phone app” on your mobile phone
  2. Dial the code *66019*1*NIN number# For example, *66019*1*56218253221#
  3. After dialling the code, a 10-digit code containing your JAMB profile code will be sent to the line used in dialling the code. This code can be used to purchase the JAMB e-PIN which is needed to complete the JAMB UTME registration.WAEC Result

Congratulations! Your NIN have been successfully sent to JAMB.

Note: Keep in mind that you will be charged a processing fee of N50 only (fifty naira) for the procedure. This fee will be deducted from the airtime balance on your SIM card.

Have your lost the 10 digit code sent to you? Let’s see how to retrieve that shall we?

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How to Retrieve Your 10-Digit JAMB Profile Code

If you’ve misplaced the JAMB profile code sent to you, follow the procedures below to retrieve it:

  1. Go to the messaging app on your mobile phone
  2. Enter the message “RESEND
  3. Now send the message to “55019” or to “66019”
  4. After sending the message, your 10-digit JAMB profile code will be sent to you again.

Note: The message must be sent using the phone number linked to your JAMB profile for it to work.JAMB Result

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