- JAMB has released a set of steps to be taken by prospective students to avoid errors when applying for their desired higher institutions
- Among the steps, the examination board recommended that a direct profile on its site should be created by candidates
- Prospective students have also been advised to jealously guide their login details at all times
Many students have failed before their examinations even started. This is why it is necessary for prospective candidates of any examination to know the right steps to follow when making an application.
For the 2019 Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) Direct Entry form, here are the five easy steps to follow for a successful registration:
1. Create a direct profile on JAMB’s site.
2. Proceed to any approved bank or a Computer Based Test (CBT) center to get an E-pin.
3. Go to a CBT center to begin the registration proper, as registration can only be done at approved CBT centers.
4. When registration is done, you will be given an e-slip as it is your proof of application.
5. Keep your login details like your phone number close to you.
Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that JAMB had started selling the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) forms.
The announcement was made on the verified Twitter account of the examination body through a number of tweets.
The tweets read: “1. No candidate should proceed to any CBT centre without first creating a profile. Candidates are advised to create a profile by sending their name (Surname, First-name, and Middle-name) via SMS to 55019.
“2. After which a 10 digit profile code would be sent to their telephone number. This code will then be used to purchase the application document at the point of purchase (Banks, MMOs, MFBs, USSD Partners etc).
“3. A form e-pin would then be sent to the candidate via SMS. The candidate is to present the e-pin at any JAMB accredited CBT centre for registration.”
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