JAMB UTME/DE registration procedure and process flow for the 2024 exercise have been announced. Selling of e-pins for UTME registration begins January 8th, 2024 and ends February 24th, 2024. While Registration begins January 15th and ends February 26th, 2024. Direct Entry e-PIN vending and registration begins February 28th, 2024 and ends March 28th, 2024.
UTME/DE REGISTRATION PROCESS IS CASHLESS TO STOP EXTORTION.
the reason(s) for non-clearance due to discrepancies such as in name, grade, subject etc.. which will be explicitly stated.
4.3 ADDITIONAL VITAL REGISTRATION RULES
4.3.1 Candidates are not permitted to register more than once. In the event of any error during the registration process, such candidates are to seek correction from the Board and not to ebtain a fresh application as duplication of application vitiates all the applications.
Quicklinks, and then Ticket/Support with his/her e-mail address with the Board. The candidate then provides his/her name, phone number as well as the nature of the complaint, and selects a complaint area on a drop-down and then summarizes the nature of the complaint. He/she should also attach supporting documents (if available).
COMPLAINTS FROM 3RD PARTIES ARE MERELY NOTED. WRITING OF LETTERS IS NOT NECESSARY. RATHER, ALL COMPLAINTS SHOULD BE CHANNELLED THROUGH THE TICKETING SYSTEM FOR PROMPT ATTENTION AND DOCUMENTATION. For complaints relating to NIN (e.g., a candidate sends a message to 55019 or 66019 to create a profile but does not receive any response or receives a wrong data, he/she can follow the same process on the ticketing platform and click on 2024 NIN-related issues, then select the related topic on the drop-down.)
D. JAMB e-PIN SELLING POINTS
The e-PIN outlets are:
NIPOST, Banks, MMOs, MFBs and other participating financial institutions.
E. DUTIES OF PARTICIPATING BANKS/OUTLETS
1. Collection of Profile Code from candidate’s phone
ii. Collection of payment and vending of e-PIN by SMS to candidate’s phone (Not dictating or copying)
iii. Facilitation of Payment through POS, if necessary
iv. Issuance of Evidence of Payment
v. Delivery of e-PIN to candidates electronically (not to be handwritten).
F. DIFFERENT MODES/METHODS OF PAYMENT/ PURCHASE OF e-PIN FOR REGISTRATION ARE BANKS, MOBILE MONEY OPERATORS AND FINANCIAL SWITCHES (CHOOSE SUITABLE ONE)
STEPS FOR PAYMENT
(a) Present Profile Code and pay by cash or ATM card (either N7,700 with Mock or N6,200 without Mock-UTME and DE).
(b) The e-PIN is then delivered to the candidate’s unique telephone number (Links of participating financial institutions and other interested outlets such as NIPOST, Banks, MMOs, MFBs are available on the Board’s website).
G. PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION AT THE NINE FOREIGN CENTRES:
(a) Registration fee for candidates from the nine foreign countries is Thirty United States Dollars ($30) in each of the 9 (nine) countries local currencies
(b) Candidates from the nine foreign countries are to download the application documents from the Board’s website (https://www.jamb.gov.ng), complete and submit it with the fee (or pay online) at the designated centres in the country as indicated on the website.
(c) The Board conducts registration and UTME in the following cities: Abidjan, Accra, Addis Ababa, Beau, Cotonou, Jeddah, Johannesburg, London or Berlin. The Nigerian Mission (Embassies) in each of the centres can be contacted for guidance on the registration and examination
H. DONATION OF FREE APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
Any government, person or organisation that wishes to distribute free application documents to prospective applicants should contact the Board on +2348027641663 OR e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for special offer.
1. HOW TO RECOVER LOST e-PIN AFTER PAYMENT
i. If e-PIN is not Received or Lost, send (UTMEPIN) from the unique number to 55019 or 66019 for UTME respectively.
II. The e-PIN would then be retrieved and delivered to the candidate’s unique phone number.
AFTER SUCCESSFUL PAYMENT AND OBTAINING e-PIN, CANDIDATE SHOULD PROCEED TO ANY OF THE JAMB-ACCREDITED CBT CENTRE TO COMPLETE HIS/HER REGISTRATION.
1. Registration is carried out only at the accredited Computer-Based Test (CBT) Centres and Professional Registration Centres (PRC).
ii. Each candidate should visit any accredited CBT centre (the list of accredited centres is on the Board’s website (htpps://www.jamb.gov.ng and JAMB offices), with his/her profile code and e-PIN.
iii. Facilities exist in ALL JAMB State Offices for self-service for candidates with good digital skills
K. CONCLUDING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS AT CBT CENTRES: A candidate must PERSONALLY present his/her Profile Code and e-PIN at any JAMB- accredited CBT Centre for registration. A candidate’s photograph and biometrics (all the ten fingerprints) would be captured at the CBT centre.
Candidates are to note that:
1. Centre and bank charges of N2,700/N4,200 respectively have been included in the total fee paid for the pin which JAMB remits to the centres, therefore, no other fee should be paid at the centre.
ii. provide choice of institutions and programmes (course of study).
iii. provide valid and functional personal e-mail address that the candidate can always access.
iv. provide qualification with grades and dates, if not awaiting result upload relevant certificates, if no result is being awaited.
vi. provide O/L and/or A/L grades. Candidates, who are awaiting results, should supply (upload) the results online on the JAMB portal as soon as they are available. No recommendations from any Institution will be considered by JAMB if the candidate does not upload his/her result on the portal of JAMB. No institution is allowed to take a new picture/photograph, biometrics or require any other upload of result, All results are downloadable by institutions from the Board’s website (and the download is tracked to avoid abuse).
vii. provide UTME subjects and choice of examination town(s) for optional the Mock examination and Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) (actual examination).
viii. review entries and confirm correctness..
ix. print Registration Slip USING BIOMETRIC AUTHENTICATION to confirm valid fingerprint (UTME/DE). Note that authentication with your fingerprint removes blames of error from CBT centres. Candidates are to check before confirming with their fingerprint.
To ensure inclusivity, the following categories of candidates are to indicate their disability for special attention:
M. BLIND CANDIDATES
Candidates, who are blind are to indicate by typing BLIND and also pick the option of sitting the examination, which could be through Braille, Recorded or Read Aloud.
A candidate is either blind or sighted. It is important to be factual. Every blind candidate is to select the designated town closest to his/her residence to take the examination.
N. DEAF/MUTE CANDIDATES
A special indicator for the deaf/mute has been created to identify them for special attention during the examination. Deaf candidates are, therefore, required to confirm this appropriately during registration.
Candidates with Albinism, Down Syndrome, Autism, Dyslexia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), are to indicate by clicking on the appropriate box so as to be identified and assigned to the JAMB Equal Opportunity Group (JEOG) for special attention.
P. BIOMETRIC CHALLENGES
i. Candidates with biometric challenges can only register at JAMB National Headquarters in Abuja.
ii. No other CBT centre is permitted to register such candidates.
iii. They will also sit their examination at JAMB National Headquarters in Abuja.
iv. No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall or sit the examination if his biometrics is not verified.
v. The system will not permit or process any examination without biometric verification.
vi. Candidates with biometric abnormality can only register and take examination at the Abuja Headquarters of the Board. The Board will facilitate their travels.
vii. Candidates with biometric challenges would sit the examination in Abuja on the last day of the national examination calendar.
6.0 APTITUDE TEST FOR DE CANDIDATES
6.1 The Board has introduced Aptitude Test for DE candidates commencing from the 2024 Admission Year. The dates of the Aptitude test will be communicated.
6.2 The venue of the test will be at ANY centre in the candidate’s chosen examination town.
7.0 DATES AND VENUE FOR THE 2024 UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION
7.1 The 2024 UTME will commence on Friday, 19 April, 2024, and end on Monday, 29 April, 2024, and at all the nine foreign centres.
The venue of the examination will be at ANY centre in the candidate’s chosen examination town.
JAMB DOES NOT POST ANY CANDIDATE TO ANY EXAMINATION TOWN (OR GROUP OF TOWNS) OTHER THAN THE ONE CHOSEN BY THE CANDIDATE AT THE POINT OF REGISTRATION. CANDIDATES ARE, HOWEVER, ADVISED TO REGISTER ON TIME BEFORE THE AVAILABLE SPACES IN THEIR TOWN OF CHOICE OR GROUP OF TOWNS ARE EXHAUSTED. OWING TO PROVEN CASES OF COLLUSION AMONG SOME CBT CENTRES, NO EXAMINATION TOWN WITH FEWER THAN FOUR CENTRES IS ALLOWED. MANY TOWNS HAVE CONSEQUENTLY BEEN MERGED. NOTE THAT THE CHOICE OF A GROUP OF TOWNS IMPLIES THAT YOU CAN BE POSTED TO ANY OF THE TOWNS IN THE CHOSEN GROUP.
8.0 REGISTRATION FEE/PROCUREMENT OF REGISTRATION E-PINs
8.1 For the 2024 UTME/DE, candidates are required to pay either a total of six thousand, two hundred naira (N6,200) only if not sitting the optional Mock-UTME while candidates, who Intend to sit the Mock-UTME would be required to pay seven thousand, seven hundred naira (N7,700) only: $30 is the application fee for candidates from the nine foreign centres.
8.2 Candidates should note that e-PINS purchased are tied to individual profile and are not transferable.
8.3 Candidates are advised to keep as private and confidential their security details such as registration numbers, password/numbers of ATM cards, email addresses and e-PINS. No centre is allowed to request or accept a candidate’s password.
9.0 OPTIONAL MOCK-UTME
9.1 The Board will conduct a Mock-UTME in all the accredited CBT centres to prepare and familiarise INTERESTED candidates with the CBT environment. Interested candidates are advised to indicate interest in the Mock-UTME during the registration provided they register early enough.
9.2 The date for the mock examination shall be Thursday, 7th March, 2024.
10.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
10.1 All candidates must mandatorily register their profiles through text messages as illustrated above before proceeding to buy the e-PIN.
10.2 The registration fee is non-refundable
10.3 Candidates are advised to read and understand the various guidelines on admission as well as the set of instructions shown on the scan QR Code on how to complete the online registration before commencing the process of registration. He or she is also to sign an Mou on ethical standards.
10.4 Multiple registrations are not permitted. Candidates, who register more than once, will be identified, disqualified and prosecuted.
Candidates are to note that irrespective of their choice of programme, they will also be tested on a general text: “The Life Changer” by Khadija Abubakar Jall. All Candidates are also expected to read the text which is now issued as an e-Book for free.
10.5 Due to the prevailing economic reality, the Board would, for 2024 only, issue for free, e- copy of the reading text to candidates through the following approved channels:
QR code on Registration Slip
QR code on the newspaper advertisement
10.6 Candidates/Officials would not be allowed to enter into the examination centre with earphones, wristwatches, mobile phones, electronic devices, or any pen/biro. Only pencils are allowed.
10.7 Candidates are warned that the Board does not require nor authorise the services of ANY cybercafé, school or establishment other than its accredited CBT centres for this exercise.
10.8 Examination malpractice is a criminal offence that attracts, in addition to the cancellation of results, publication of names and prosecution of such offenders
10.9 NO REGULARISATION OF ILLEGAL ADMISSION
11.0 PROCEDURE FOR VALID ADMISSION
11.1 All admission offered by institutions MUST be from JAMB website. Any offer of admission from any tertiary institution without JAMB Admission letter is illegal and inredeemably null and void. Any candidate, who accepts admission outside CAPS does so at his/her own risk as the Board would not recognise such admission nor regularise it.
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