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Official Update: 2015-2020 JAMB Admission Letter Printing Guidelines & Information

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Lately, we have received a lot of inquiries from UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates trying to verify the authenticity of their admission as appeared on their institution of choice' website but not on JAMB website.
The candidates have asked questions like "My name is on the admission list published on my school of choice' website, but my admission status on JAMB website says No Admission Offered Yetdoes it mean my admission is fake?"
We want to categorically state that your admission is authentic if it appeared on your school's official website, even when it is yet to appear on Jamb website. Anybody who says otherwise is simply misleading you for selfish interests!
Some persons online also claim that if candidates does not have the JAMB admission letter purchased through them, such candidates were not actually admitted, even when their names appeared on their school's admission list. That's a fallacy!
There are a lot of reasons why some candidates' name may be on school's admission list but not on Jamb website and thus cannot print the Jamb admission letter. Such candidates admission are very much valid!
Let's clear some misconceptions with the following points;
1) Ideally, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) had sole responsibility to determine who was admitted into any higher institution in Nigeria, but now, the schools actually has the final say on who gets admitted, and thus is the only place you can really get help whenever you have trouble with your admission.
2) JAMB does not have any other way to determine who is qualified for admission but through the schools who organized Post Utme screening tests. The admission lists on JAMB website were first approved by the schools.
If you get the "no admission offered yet" response on JAMB website when your name has actually appeared on your school's admission list, it's simply because JAMB is yet to update their database with your details or due to some errors while processing your information which will definitely be sorted out through your school.
In the case of double admission (I.e. Candidates admitted into two different institutions), Such candidates need to reject the less preferred admission and accept the more preferred one by following the instructions supplied by the schools for such cases.
3) Many schools actually do not compulsorily ask for the admission letter printed from JAMB website before admitted candidates can be accepted to the school. Some schools even issue the admission letter themselves.
Therefore, whenever your name appears on your school of choice' admission list, we advice you get to the school first, then follow the instructions outlined there (and no where else) to accept your admission and proceed with your registration.
4) The JAMB admission letter is of course an important document but you shouldn't be in a rush to get one to avoid falling into the hands of scammers. Only print the admission letter when you are requested to do so by your school.
Some schools request their students to pay certain amount of money to process the admission letter and validate their admission even years after the admitted candidates have already matriculated.
In the case of students admitted through pre-degree and other related programs whose names never appeared on JAMB website, they will need to regularize their admission with JAMB by following the instructions provided at their school's admission unit.
5) You can always get the JAMB admission letter anytime, even years after you were admitted and you can do it yourself. You do not need anyone to charge you outrageous fees to get it for you.
You should also beware of scammers who now send fake JAMB admission letters. A word is enough for the wise!

Steps To Print Out Your 2015-2020 JAMB Admission Letter:

You can get the original JAMB issued admission letter by following the simple steps outlined below;
Step 1]
Check your admission status on JAMB website to confirm that your admission letter is ready.
If you get a congratulatory message and the details on the admission notification page are correct, proceed to Step 2If not, proceed to your school's admission unit to lay a complaint.
Step 2]
Purchase the JAMB Admission letter printing scratch card from the JAMB office nearest to you or a cyber cafe. The cards are officially sold at the rate of N1,000 at the JAMB offices. A little extra charge may apply, depending on where you are buying the card from.
Step 3]
Visit the JAMB UTME post registration e-facilities website,
Step 4]
Click on the Admission Letter Printing link under your specific year of admission.
Step 5]
Enter the Scratch Card PIN, Serial No. and your JAMB Reg. Number in the space provided, then click the Submit button.
Step 6]
Proceed to print the admission letter.
Important: Print in "colour" and keep the document together with the scratch card in a safe place.

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