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JAMB Latest News and Updates Today, March 4, 2024

Stay up-to-date with all the latest happenings related to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as of March 4, 2024. This comprehensive resource provides you with essential information, including recent news, crucial updates, and important announcements.

JAMB UTME Registration Date 2024Concluded, started on 15th January 2024 and ended on 26th January 2024
JAMB Direct Entry Registration Date 2024Started on 28th February 2024 and will end on 28th March 2024
JAMB Mock Exam Date 2024Thursday 7th March 2024
JAMB UTME Slip Reprinting Date 2024Friday 12th April 2024
JAMB UTME Exam Date 2024Friday 19th April 2024 to Monday 29th April 2024
JAMB UTME Result Release Date 2024Tuesday 30th April 2024
Important JAMB 2024 Updates

JAMB Latest News and Updates Today, March 4, 2024

In this edition, we’ll delve into the most recent JAMB news and updates, keeping you informed about critical developments that may impact your educational journey. Whether you’re a prospective candidate, a registered applicant, or simply seeking to stay informed, this platform is your one-stop shop for all things JAMB.

JAMB Commences Sale Of Direct Entry Forms: Registration Open Until March 28, 2024

In a bid to provide equal opportunities for candidates seeking tertiary education in Nigeria, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has officially commenced the sale of direct entry forms. This announcement, made by JAMB’s Public Communication Advisor, Fabian Benjamin, outlines the details of the registration process, emphasizing key dates and requirements.

According to the statement released on Tuesday, the registration process kicked off on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, and will remain open until Thursday, March 28, 2024. This registration window is available to both domestic and foreign candidates who aspire to pursue higher education through the direct entry mode.


The Board has laid down specific guidelines for prospective candidates, stating that applications from awarding institutions refusing to verify A’level certificates presented by some candidates for the 2023 admission will not be processed. This measure aims to maintain the integrity of the admission process.

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“Candidates who are not awaiting results must have uploaded their A’ level qualifications, O level results, and DE registration template at the point of registration. No DE candidate would be processed for admission until such claimed results are uploaded and verified by the awarding institutions on the Board’s Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS) mail platform,” the statement highlighted.

JAMB has also addressed the situation of Direct Entry candidates awaiting A’level results of IJMB/JUPEB/NABTEB, stating that these candidates must upload their admission letter and registration template during the registration process.

For applicants holding Cambridge certificates for the pre-2018 examination year, JAMB advises them to visit Cambridge directly for verification. This process may take up to 28 days, as specified by the awarding body, with the results forwarded to the Board.

The Board has introduced a window of opportunity for candidates to upgrade from UTME to Direct Entry. This option is available only to candidates whose DE results have not been released at the point of UTME registration, provided they indicated that they are awaiting A’level results.

JAMB reiterates its commitment to ensuring a level playing field for all candidates, regardless of their status. The Board’s emphasis on transparency and fairness underscores its dedication to maintaining the integrity of the admissions process.

Prospective candidates are encouraged to adhere to the stipulated guidelines and timelines to ensure a smooth and successful registration process. For further information and updates, candidates can visit the official JAMB website.

Reps Urge JAMB to Prolong UTME Registration Amid Economic Struggles

In response to the economic challenges faced by numerous families across the country, the House of Representatives has directed the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to extend the registration period for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) by an additional two weeks. This decision, reached during Thursday’s plenary session, aims to accommodate more potential candidates who have been unable to register due to financial constraints exacerbated by the current economic situation in Nigeria.

The motion for this urgent extension was presented by Hon. Hassan Shinkafi from Zamfara State, who emphasized the hardships faced by families trying to enroll their children or wards for the UTME within the initially stipulated timeframe. The UTME registration, which kicked off on January 15, concluded on February 26, leaving many families struggling to meet the deadline.

Hon. Shinkafi expressed concern over the challenges faced by non-IT compliant candidates, asserting that the online registration process posed a significant obstacle. He argued that the original deadline prevented a substantial number of eligible candidates from participating in the examination, thus hindering the achievement of the core objective of the UTME.

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The lawmaker underscored the importance of a wider coverage and increased participation in this year’s UTME, stressing that an extension is essential to ensure that all interested candidates have an equal opportunity to register and be part of the examination process.

If the motion is implemented, the extension of the UTME registration period by two weeks is expected to alleviate the pressure on families grappling with economic difficulties, thereby fostering a more inclusive and comprehensive participation in the upcoming examination. The resolution reflects the House of Representatives’ commitment to addressing the diverse challenges faced by students amid the current economic climate in Nigeria.

How to Print JAMB 2024 Mock Exam Slip

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) conducts a mock examination each year to help students get familiar with the format and computer-based testing (CBT) environment of the actual Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). As the 2024 UTME approaches, candidates who registered for the JAMB mock exam need to download and print their exam slips.

This guide provides a straightforward explanation on how to access and print your JAMB 2024 mock exam slip.

What You’ll Need

  • Your JAMB registration number
  • A computer or mobile device with internet access
  • A printer (optional, you can save the slip electronically and present it at the exam center)

Steps to Print Your JAMB 2024 Mock Exam Slip

  1. Visit the JAMB website: Head over to the official JAMB website at https://www.jamb.gov.ng/.
  2. Navigate to the mock slip printing page:
    • On the homepage, locate the menu icon (usually three horizontal lines) and click on it.
    • Scroll down and find the section for “Print Mock Examination Slip“.
  3. Enter your details:
    • In the provided field, enter your JAMB registration number or your registered email address.
    • Ensure you allow pop-ups from the website for a smooth process.
  4. Print your slip:
    • Click on the “Print Examination Slip” button.
    • A new window or tab will open displaying your mock exam slip.
    • Review the details carefully, including your name, exam date, time, venue, and subject combination.
    • If everything is correct, proceed to print the slip using your connected printer.


You can save the slip electronically as a PDF file for future reference.

Keep your slip safe:

Ensure you have a physical copy (printed) or a digital copy (saved) of your mock exam slip for reference and presentation at the exam center.

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How to Print or Reprint Your 2024 JAMB Exam Slip

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exam is crucial for many Nigerian students seeking admission into universities. Having your exam slip is essential for attending the test, and you can easily print or reprint it using two methods:

Method 1: JAMB Exam Slip Printing Portal

  1. Visit the JAMB Exam Slip Printing Portal: Go to https://slipsprinting.jamb.gov.ng/PrintExaminationSlip.
  2. Enter your details: You can use your JAMB Registration Number, email address, or phone number associated with your registration.
  3. Click “Print Examination Slip”: Ensure the details are correct before proceeding.
  4. Print or save: Your exam slip will appear on the screen. You can print it out or save it on your device for future reference.

Method 2: JAMB Profile Portal

  1. Visit the JAMB eFacility portal: Go to https://efacility.jamb.gov.ng/login.
  2. Login: Enter your registered email address and password.
  3. Navigate to “Print Main UTME Exam Slip”: Locate this option within the portal.
  4. Review and print: Check the details carefully before printing the slip.

Additional points to remember:

  • Printing your exam slip is free of charge.
  • Ensure you have a functioning printer if you choose to print at home.
  • It’s recommended to keep a digital copy of your exam slip in case of emergencies.
  • If you encounter difficulties, you can visit a JAMB-approved CBT center for assistance with printing.

How to Check Your 2024 JAMB Exam Centre, Date, and Time Online

Here’s How to Check Your 2024 JAMB Exam Centre, Date, and Time Online

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations are crucial for Nigerian students seeking admission to tertiary institutions. Knowing your exam centre, date, and time is essential to ensure smooth sailing on your exam day. This article will guide you through three easy online methods to access this crucial information for the 2024 JAMB exams.

1. Utilize the JAMB Portal:

  • Visit the JAMB portal dedicated to printing exam slips: https://slipsprinting.jamb.gov.ng/PrintExaminationSlip.
  • Enter your JAMB registration number, phone number (GSM), or email address in the designated field.
  • Click the “Print” button to generate your exam slip. This slip will display your exam centre, date, time, and subject combination details.

Important Note: If you encounter a message stating “Examination Slip Printing Not Allowed,” it signifies that the slips are either unavailable yet or there’s a network issue. If you believe neither applies, visit your nearest JAMB CBT registration centre for assistance.

2. Stay Updated via Email:

  • During registration, you provided an email address. JAMB might send updates regarding your exam details, including the centre, date, and time, to this address.
  • Regularly check your inbox, especially in the weeks leading up to the exam, for any JAMB notifications.

3. Watch Out for SMS Updates:

  • Ensure your registered phone number is readily accessible. JAMB might send SMS updates regarding your exam details to this number.
  • Be particularly vigilant in the two weeks leading up to your exam for any JAMB SMS notifications.

Additional Option:

  • If the online methods prove unsuccessful, visit an accredited JAMB CBT registration centre. They can assist you in checking your exam details and potentially printing your slip.


We hope this compilation of JAMB’s latest news and updates has been helpful. Remember to check back frequently for the most recent information, as JAMB regularly releases crucial announcements and updates.


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