Check JAMB Results 2020 With Registration Number Here Free.
The Jamb result 2020 has been officially released for UTME candidates who participated in the April exam and can now be checked online here. Below is the complete guide on how to check jamb result with only registration number free of charge.
The results of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Computer Based exam for 2020 UTME candidates has been released. Consequently, candidates who are yet to see their scores are to continue checking as the results are uploaded in batches.
To check the Jamb result of 2020 UTME is very simple and easy as far as you have a working internet connection and the corresponding device. Read details below.
Candidates are send RESULT to 55019 with the phone number they applied for the UTME with or access the JAMB result 2020 via the Jamb portal by following website address written below;
It is free to check the Jamb result with registration number. However printing of original Jamb result slip will require payment made via the JAMB e-facility portal after login in to your Jamb profile. Best of luck to all 2020 JAMB candidates.
Note that the Jamb result is released in batches, i.e according to the date you wrote your exam. So if you are yet to access your result, check back later.
In the news, members of the Nigerian Senate have condemned the conduct of tests for applicants by universities after the candidates had passed the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB. The lawmakers, while debating a motion moved by Senator Umaru Kurfi (Katsina-Central) at the plenary sometime last year, decried that candidates were finding it difficult to gain admission to Nigeria’s tertiary institutions but find it easy in other countries.
The motion was titled, ‘The Need to Revisit the Regulatory Conflict between Joint Admission and Matriculation Board and Universities in Offering Admission in Nigeria.’ Seconding the motion, Senator Shehu Sani decried that securing admission into tertiary institutions had become difficult at a time when Nigeria was struggling to protect its economy. He stated that there was the need to simplify the process of getting admission into higher institutions of learning.
He said, “JAMB has been literally ‘jamming’ the future of our young people in the sense that there have been a lot of impediments that have seriously affected their ability to get into university. Remember to keep visiting for update on Jamb result 2020 here.
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