I’ve witnessed a lot of situations where candidates don’t know or have any idea what their JAMB username and password are.
It is normal and there is nothing to panic about as I’m about to explain everything you need to know about logging in to JAMB portal (efacility and CAPS).
Just in case anything is not clear to you, ask your questions in the comments section below.
What is JAMB username and password?
JAMB username is your personal email address which was used for your JAMB account during registration. Make sure you don’t lose the SIM connected to your email address.
The password is the second thing required to sign in to JAMB website, it can be modified (a new one will be sent to your mail when you have forgotten it).
How do I know my JAMB username and password?
As for the password, the person who entered your details during the registration for JAMB CBT must have told you your password.
Most of the time, your phone number or name is used as the password which will make it easier to remember but also easy for anyone to access your account without your permission.
You can change this password anytime as long as you know your email address, just click on Forgot Password on the efacility login page.
How do I login into my JAMB account with only registration number?
I’m so sorry to break it to you but you can’t use only your registration number to sign in to JAMB portal in 2022.
It is just impossible, in case you can’t get your mail check my article on how you can retrieve JAMB email address.
Other than using your email address and password, there’s no alternative you can make use of to access your JAMB account.
What is my JAMB CAPS Password for 2022?
Your password to access the CAPS portal is the same as the one you will use to login to JAMB efacility.
If it is telling things like incorrect password, just close the tab and go to the official efacility site to sign in.
I hope you have been able to access your JAMB dashboard easily after reading this article. Sharing it will take less than 30 seconds of your time, sharing is caring.