This year’s exam was held on Saturday after new system of registering for Jamb using pin started online.
JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, who disclosed this at a briefing in Enugu, said he had no reason whatsoever to withhold the results of the UTME.
He noted that JAMB registered 1,415,501 candidates in the UTME 2021.
According to him, the board has some 650 examination centres across the country, out of which 30 centres have been delisted for performing below standard.
“53 centres are currently under watch, while 600 of them performed excellently. It is our wish and desire that the board will continue to ensure that such non-performing centres with ulterior motive will not be allowed to participate in the exercise,” he said.
Oloyede explained that the use of National Identity Number, NIN, as directed by the federal government helped to reduce malpractice during the examinations.
He said: “We were talking about the bogus 2.2 million candidates, but it has become clearer that more than 500,000 of such number are fake and duplication. And we were able to detect this through NIN and now we have realistic number of JAMB candidates.’
Requirements to check your jamb result 2022
- JAMB Registration number
- Candidate’s email (used for the JAMB registration)
- Candidate’s phone Number (used for the registration)
- Mobile phone
How You Can Check Your JAMB Result?
- Start by visiting the official JAMB Website and then login with your Reg Number/e-Mail
- And click on the box” Check my results
- Enter any of your JAMB registration number, phone number or email.
- Click on check result.
- A pop window will open and display the result.
- Check the result and print
- Don’t be scare it is well
Use the phone number you used to register for JAMB to send “RESULT” as sms to “55019”
Wait for some minutes
Your 2022 JAMB/UTME Score will be delivered to your phone via Text Message.
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