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JAMB Latest News and Updates Today, March 15, 2024

Stay up-to-date on all the latest happenings related to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as of today, March 15, 2024. This comprehensive resource provides essential information for students, parents, and educational institutions alike.

JAMB Latest News and Updates Today, March 15, 2024

Welcome to your one-stop shop for the most recent JAMB news and updates! This page is designed to keep you informed about important announcements, deadlines, and any other crucial details pertaining to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board. As of today, Friday, March 15, 2024, we’ll delve into the latest developments.

JAMB Releases Remaining 2024 Mock-UTME Results

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the release of the remaining results for the 2024 Mock-UTME exams.

This announcement comes after a delay in releasing some candidate results. JAMB apologized for the inconvenience and assured the public that all pending results would be released by March 13th, 2024.


Candidates who have not yet received their results can now access them by following these steps:

  1. Text “MOCKRESULT” to either 55019 or 66019.
  2. Ensure the phone number used for sending the text message is the same one registered for the UTME exams.
  3. Your mock exam scores will be delivered via SMS.
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JAMB encourages all candidates to check their results and utilize this opportunity to assess their performance before the main UTME.

This release ensures that all participants in the mock exam can now receive valuable feedback on their performance and areas for improvement.

JAMB Opens Brief Window for 2024 UTME Candidates to Correct Subject Combinations

Attention 2024 UTME candidates! The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced a two-day window for candidates to correct any errors in their chosen UTME subject combinations.

This limited-time opportunity began yesterday, Thursday, March 14th, and will close today, Friday, March 15th, 2024.

JAMB encourages all registered candidates to double-check their subject selections and make any necessary changes within this timeframe.

Here’s what you need to do:

  • Visit the JAMB website https://www.jamb.gov.ng/
  • Login to your profile using your registration details
  • Locate the section for modifying your subject combination
  • Carefully review your selections and make any corrections
  • Submit the changes

Don’t miss this chance! Ensure your UTME application accurately reflects your desired course of study.

JAMB emphasizes acting swiftly as this window closes at the end of the day.

JAMB: 2024 Direct Entry Applicants Using Older Statement of Results Need Original Certificates

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has issued an important reminder to applicants seeking admission through the Direct Entry (DE) scheme for the 2024 academic session.


According to a tweet posted by JAMB on their official handle (@JAMBHQ), candidates using statements of results as qualifications must ensure the documents are from within the past three academic years. This means statements issued during the 2021/2022, 2022/2023, and 2023/2024 academic years are valid.

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Applicants with statements of results issued before the 2021/2022 academic session are required to submit their original certificates during the application process.

This information is crucial for ensuring a smooth application process and timely verification of qualifications. JAMB emphasizes the importance of adhering to these guidelines to avoid potential delays or complications.

JAMB Accuses Cyber Cafes and Tutorial Centers of Facilitating Certificate Fraud

Nigeria’s Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has attributed a significant portion of ongoing certificate fraud investigations to cyber cafes and tutorial centers. In a response to a tweet by Faseun Olumuyiwa, JAMB stated that licensing these establishments would be akin to “keeping a cat in a room to watch over fried fish,” implying their potential complicity in the fraudulent activities.

Olumuyiwa’s tweet, which garnered significant attention (8,971 views), tagged JAMB (@JAMBHQ) and highlighted the issue.

JAMB’s stance suggests that these businesses might be aiding or turning a blind eye to fraudulent practices involving certificates.

This news emphasizes the need for stricter regulations and possibly improved oversight mechanisms to address the prevalence of certificate fraud linked to cyber cafes and tutorial centers.

Note that JAMB’s statement focuses on establishments involved in criminal activity. Legitimate cyber cafes and tutorial centers undoubtedly play a valuable role in education and should not be tarnished by the actions of a few bad actors.


We encourage you to revisit this page frequently to ensure you stay abreast of any critical JAMB updates. Remember, timely information is key to navigating the application process successfully. Should you have any further inquiries, don’t hesitate to consult the official JAMB website or reach out to their designated channels for assistance.

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