UTME Candidates Can Now Check The School They Have Been Re-signed To

Filed in JOINT ADMISSION AND MATRICULATION BOARD by on July 28, 2015 2 Comments

This is to inform members of the public in particular all 2015 UTME Candidates who participate in the 2015/2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and did not obtained the required cut-off mark of their preferred universities that provision has now be made for such candidates to check the school they have been re-signed to.

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has officially activate its portal for UTME candidates to check the school they have been re-signed to.

It would be recalled that over 59,000 candidates who applied for admission into the University of Lagos through the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) were rejected by the school management. This was irrespective of the fact that majority of the students scored above the Board’s cut-off mark. Such candidates can now check the school they have been re-signed to.

Warning: Checking of the school you are redistributed to is free of charge (FOC). You don’t need to buy scratch card nor make payment to anybody.


Visit JAMB checking portal by CLICKING HERE

On the landing page, type in your JAMB registration number in the space provide

Click on the title “Check where you have been posted for admission”

Good luck

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  1. esom chiamaka says:

    Pls jamb should make available for candidates 2 check their school of reassingnment on time So that the school wound Nt hav write their post ume before the notice of candidates

  2. mercy says:

    what of those students that have not been posted… like a friend of mine,she was told that she has not been posted yet..those that means her name is not in the list been submitted to the school of her choice???

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