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JAMB slip reprint: How to reprint Jamb slip for 2021 UTME

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has opened the portal for printing of 2021 Jamb exam slip.

Applicants can print their examination slips from their email inbox or they can do it from Jamb portal.

Jamb is the entrance exams for people seeking admissions into Nigerian public and private universities.

The exam slip will reflect the exam schedule for each candidate.

The 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) exams is scheduled ta take place on Saturday, 19 June and the second batch will take place on Saturday 3 July, 2021

Jamb has advised candidates to print their slips before the commencement of the exam, so they can learn their exam schedules as any form of excuse for missing the exams will not be entertained.

Why JAMB slip is important?

The main reason is to be able to know your exact date of the exam plus the venue and time of the exam.

It is advisable for candidates to know their exam venue on time in case Jamb gave them exam venue they are not too familiar with.

Invigilators will also need to see your exam slip before they will allow you into the exam hall. You need to go to the exam hall with at least a copy of the exam slip

For candidates taking subjects that involve calculations, the only paper that will be available for rough work will be your exam slip.

In case you loose your original registration slip, the printed exam slip will serve as proof that you registered for the. The information on the slip is the same on your registration slip.

How to reprint Jamb slip

  • Visit https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/ExamSlipPrinting/PrintExaminationSlip
  • Enter your JAMB Registration Number or Email address or Phone number
  • Enter your Jamb password.
  • Click on Login.
  • Scroll to print UTME Main examination slip.
  • Write your JAMB registration number in the provided space and.
  • click “˜Re-Print’.
  • Print out your slip.

Ismaeel

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