2023 UTME Profile Code Begins – JAMB Asks Candidates To Start Creating
The Joint Admission and MatriculationBoard (JAMB) have asked candidates to create their profiles on its portal to avoid any delay during the registration process for its 2023 exam.
Earlier, JAMB fixed January 14 for the commencement of registration and April 29 for the 2023 UTM
In the latest edition of its weekly bulletin, the board announced that candidates are at liberty to create their profiles, even before the formal commencement of the UTME registration process.
“To do this, every candidate would be required to use a unique phone (mobile) number (SIM) for the process of registration. This, in essence, means that the unique phone number can only be used by one candidate,” it said.
Candidates are also to note that this number (SIM) remains their unique identification for all their subsequent transactions with the Board.
“To create a profile, candidates will send their national identification number (NIN) by text (SMS) to either 55019 or 66019 from their personal GSM number.
How To Get Admission Through Jamb Uploading Result 2021
Many students lose admission due to failure to post test results for either WAEC or NECO at Jamb Portal after the jamb result is released each year.
As soon as the test results are announced, anyone who does not have their SSCE results in their Jamb dashboard should immediately go to any CBT Center across the country to upload them. Lack of admission either university or college in both national schools.
As mentioned above the claimants of the students are getting admission from the university but as a result of this lack of uploading results on making the jamb prevent the student admission which in turn the student loses the admission which one university applied for.
After all, it is good for students to know that the suspected result may land on the Jamb portal as a result of several random results that cannot be assessed. So it is a good idea to make sure to check your Jamb dashboard to see if you have any problems to avoid this threat.