Jamb Admission Letter Printing Guide

Consistently in most Nigeria tertiary institution your jamb admission letter is required before any further registration. Above all, let me kickoff by congratulating you for the success of been admitted. Having your admission letter available is of good importance.

We will be discussing on how you can get it done. Some questions thrown to us as objection by student during this process will also be use as illustration. You can do this yourself with the use of your P.C or mobile phone (android).

claiming your admission on caps should be made before printing your admission letter.

Is Jamb admission letter printing free.

You are required to pay the sum of a thousand naira (1,000) for it. This is the amount requested for by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board. It is possible you get to some café and you find out the price is different from the one I mentioned.  Don’t beat the café man or woman just because of that, their charge fee has also been included with it.

It’s time to know the procedure to follow.

  • Put your ATM card close to you either visa, master card, or verve.
  • Now look up to https://jamb.org.ng/eFacility and supply your details.
  • Click on the admission letter Icon. You will be redirected to the payment page.
  • Choose the payment type you want.
  • After successfully done, you are ready to print out your admission letter.

Hint: Try making use of coloured printers.

Below are some questions I will be giving solutions to. Drop yours in the comment box in case there is any, we will respond to you soon.

Can I go ahead to print my admission letter if my course on jamb and school portal is different.

If the course you were given by the school is not corresponding with Jamb kindly visit any nearby CBT center or Jamb office for the rectification. You can then proceed with the printing.

Admission has been revoked by JAMB.

Don’t panic if you are seeing this all you need to do is to apply for regularization of admission letter.

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