JAMB Reprinting: How to check JAMB exam date and centre

JAMB Reprinting: How to check JAMB exam date and centre. If you have been searching for how to know your exam date and or centre, then you have reached an end to your search.

In this post contains detailed description of how to check your exam date and venue for the exam otherwise known as “JAMB Reprinting”.

Mind you that if you do not have these information, you would not be able to sit for your exams. Also, I would not want you to prepare inadequately before your exam. So, as a rule of thumb, I would advise you to read through this post strategically and grab all the information it has to cover. Read till the end to catch up on other interesting posts like this that you would love to see.

Now follow me as I walk you by the hand through this guide.

After you must have completed your registration and now awaiting to write your exam, this is what you need to know:

Always stay up to date on Memos released by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB). If you are not up to date, you are behind date. You need to know what is going on in the digital world. In this way, you would able to secure ample information on all that is required of you.

If you don’t have a mobile phone, do well to frequent an accredited JAMB CBT centre in your area or even a Cyber café. You can ask them regularly if any information has been released by JAMB. Trust me, they always have these updates at their fingertips.

Remember to check your SMS and email messages, for updates from JAMB. If you are the type that does not like going through the stress of reading mails, enable pop up notifications on your mailbox, so that you will be notified of any important information.

Another thing you would be needing is to keep all your necessary documents, login information and details handy. Preferably, make multiple copies of those so that even if you should forget it, you can easily recover it again.

In as much as you are keeping all your documents safe and secured, also make sure that your details are accurate. Perform a careful scrutiny through every single character if your documents, so you don’t end up in regrets. You would not want to be running in and out of JAMB offices to change your details or correct wrong information or details on your profile. If you spot any mistakes, do not procrastinate its correction. Do it now, these things can hinder you from writing your exam and I know you certainly do not want that.

HOW TO DO JAMB REPRINTING OR HLW FO CHECK YOUR EXAM DATE AND CENTRE

  • Go to this website: https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/ExamSlipPrinting/PrintExaminationSlip
  • Login to your profile using your email address and password. You can also use your Registration number or Phone number.
  • Select the “Print Examination Slip” tab
  • The Centre for your exam, the date and time would be displayed on the same page. The slip contains all the information, so do not bother about searching for it separately.
  • It normally comes in a PDF file format do you can easily save it in your device and print it out later as a hardcopy.
  • An alternative you can use is through your email address.
  • Login to mailbox using your email address and password. This may not be your primary email address, but it must be the one you used to register for JAMB.
  • In your mailbox, you would find a mail but a subject from JAMB. Select the mail and open. Download a copy of the slip from the mail, save it to your device and print thereafter.

If the above method did not work for you, another thing you can do is to check in to the official JAMB website.

  • Visit https://www.jamb.gov.ng
  • Select eFacility/Login
  • Enter your email address and password
  • Your profile page would be displayed. From there, you would observe a tab by the top right hand corner of your page.
  • There would be a provision for you to enter your registration number. Do that and click on “Reprint”.
  • Save the file and print.
  • You are all set, that is all you need to do for reprinting.

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