JAMB 2021 registration will begin next month, October, according to what the registrar of JAMB said.
This post is for candidates that have not yet apply or are finding it hard to understand how to register for JAMB 2021.
Before i give explanation to the JAMB registration process, i will implore you as a JAMB candidate to read useful tipz on this blog, as they will be of help to you in this year’s admission process.
Now, back to the post, below are the steps you need to follow in order to register for JAMB 2021.
The first thing you will do, is to create a confirmation code with your phone, by sending your “Surname Firstname Othername” to 55019. They will charge you #50 for the SMS.
After you’ve done that, you will receive a confirmation code from JAMB.
Then, you will go to the bank (UBA , Firstbank, Union bank etc) to purchase the JAMB E-pin. When you get to the bank, ask for instruction from any of the bank staffs you see. You will be asked to provide the confirmation code which JAMB sent to your phone, they will need it in order to generate your E-pin.
Now that you have purchased the JAMB E-pin, you can now go to any JAMB CBT registered centre you know. You will be asked to provide your o’level result, JAMB E-pin, your confirmation code, and your passport ( they might use the laptop to snap you).
After you have successfully registered for the JAMB 2021, you will be given a print out of the JAMB registration and also the compulsory storybook.
You should also note that everything will cost you #6200 only. The breakdown-
JAMB E-pin + storybook =#5000 + #500 ( to be paid together in the bank)
Cbt registration fee= #700 (to be paid after you have successfully registered for JAMB 2021)
You should also know that the phone number you will use for recieving the confirmation code must have not been used by another candidate.
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Note that this was how it was done last year and hopefully it will be the same steps again.