How To Reprint JAMB Slip 2021

JAMB  Reprinting normally begins at least 7 days before the Exam. JAMB  Slip Reprinting is done to know your actual Exam Date, Time and Centre. Below are the procedures on How To Reprint JAMB Slip 2021.

How To Reprint JAMB Slip 2021


How To Reprint Your JAMB Slip

to know your Jamb Date, Jamb Time, and Centre? Jamb Reprint is compulsory for all Jambites in Nigeria. Check out the below steps on How to Reprint your exam slip for JAMB 2021 

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Steps To Reprint JAMB Slip 2021

Method 1 : 

  1. Visit
  2. Go to UTME 2021 Exam Slip Menu
  3. Enter Jamb Registration Number
  4. Click On Print UTME Exam slip
  5. Done

Method 2 : 

  1. Visit the Jamb Reprinting portal
  2. Enter Jamb registration number, Email or SMS
  3. Reprint Jamb slip.

Note that the reprinting must be carried out using a computer system that has an attached printer. Alternatively, you could download the slip on your phone and go to any cyber cafe around to print it out at a very low cost (N20 to N100).

Most times, you won’t see your exam date and venue the day Jamb will announce reprinting. You need to check back after 24 hours or 48 hours for Updated Jamb details. Be rest assured that your exam date will be uploaded.

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JAMB Released 2021 Mock Examination Results

This is to inform the public, especially Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidates who sat for the just concluded 2021 JAMB Mock examination that JAMB Released 2021 Mock Examination Results, and it’s now available. Candidates can now check it online.

JAMB Mock Examination Results

How To Check JAMB Mock Result

  • Visit JAMB mock online portal via this link
  •  Input your registration number at space provided
  •  Click on Check Mock Result to view your result
  • Your UTME mock result will appear

Alternative Method to Check JAMB Mock Examination Results

Login to your Enter your email address and password used for your – UTME 2021 Registration and your profile account. After you’ve login. Find and click on no reply jamb mock result. Find the attached PDF file download and print it out. Please don’t forget that the UTME mock result should help you prepare harder for the main UTME, scheduled to commence on 5th June 2021.

See Also : 12 Things To Consider When Preparing For JAMB 2021 Exam


NECO Appoint New Acting Registrar

The Governing Board of the National Examinations Council (NECO) has approved the appointment of Mr. Ebikibina John Ogborodi as the Acting Registrar/Chief Executive of the Council.

NECO new registrar

The appointment followed the death of the Registrar, Professor Godswill Obioma on Monday, 1st June, 2021 after a brief illness. Until his appointment, Mr. Ogborodi was the Director of Special Duties in the Council.

A Circular issued by the Director, Human Resource Management, Mr. Mustapha K. Abdul, explained that the Acting Registrar’s appointment was endorsed by the Governing Board at its emergency meeting held on 2nd June 2021.

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The Circular explained that Mr. Ogborodi’s appointment was as a result of his being the most Senior Director in the Council. The Circular stated that all activities of the Council are to continue unabated as earlier planned.

Mr. Ogborodi hails from Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. He obtained his first Degree from University of Jos in 1986 and a Master Degree in Learning Disability from the same university in 1999.

The Acting Registrar joined the service of NECO in 1999 and had served in different capacities. He was a former Acting Director, Examination Development Department; Acting Director, Office of the Registrar; Director, General Services and Director, Human Resource Management among others.

Mr. Ogborodi who is 58 years old is married and blessed with children Azeez Sani Head Information and Public Relations Division


JAMB 2021: No Further Extension On Registration Deadline

 The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has said it would No Further Extension On Registration Deadline for candidates registering for the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, and the Direct Entry, DE, applications.

The board revealed this in its Weekly Bulletin, published yesterday by the office of the Registrar in Abuja.

Note that the Board had previously extended the exercise from the early closing date of May 15 to May 29 to give a chance to candidates who cannot register within that period to do so.

The new closing date ended on Saturday, May 29.

According to JAMB, despite the two-week date extension, candidates’ complaints of inability to register continued.

The Board stated that the complaints received were late delivery or non-delivery of the National Identification Number (NIN) and verification code; inability to obtain NIN; mismatch or incorrect names originally submitted to the National Identity Management Commission, NIMC.

The board said while few of such excuses have been found to be genuine, a large number were traceable to fraudsters whom, it alleged, were hell-bent on subverting the system.

See Also: JAMB Mock 2021 Exam Date

However, JAMB said it would give another opportunity to those who actually tried to register but failed due to some above-mentioned difficulties.

Due to time constraints in the Annual National Examination Timeline for 2021 JAMB, it is not possible to extend the registration period further.

However, the Board wants to give every prospective candidate the opportunity to participate in the 2021 registration exercise.

Consequently, all prospective candidates with genuine proof(s) of failed efforts to register before the closing date, should visit any of JAMB’s offices for reconciliation between Monday, May 31, and June 15. 

These offices also include JAMB-owned Professional Test Centres across the country. 

Candidates with genuine reasons for missing the registration are to obtain and complete a form, at no cost. 

They are to submit, for the Reading Test and the Application, a certified bank draft of N4,000 only in favour of JAMB and obtain a signed duplicate copy from the office. 

They will also submit the completed form with a recent passport photograph at the same office of collection and collect a copy of the Reading Test. 

Candidates are to wait for further directives through the registered phone number and Public Service Announcement through the NTA Network News as soon as screening is completed.

JAMB said, however, that 1,383,420 candidates procured the Pin for registration as at May 29, while 1,375,694 have completed their registration.


160,617 UTME Candidates will Sit For 2021 JAMB Mock Exam

JAMB said a total of 160,617 candidates will participate in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) 2021 JAMB Mock which is scheduled to start on  3rd June. The examination will be conducted at 802 approved accredited computer centers (CBT) located in 104 designated examination towns across the country.

JAMB mock

The head of public affairs and protocol unit of JAMB, Fabian Benjamin, make this known to public on Monday. He advised all candidates who had registered for the exam and indicated interest in taking the 2021 JAMB Mock exam to print their mock examination slip

See Also:How To Print Out Jamb Mock Examination Slip

Meanwhile, a week after the deadline for the registration was extended, it turned out that only 200,000 more candidates, both UTME and direct entry candidates, were registered.

According to JAMB, a total of 124,519 candidates, who have indicated interest to register for the examination and had procured profile codes, are yet to obtain the required registration pins.

Mr Fabian also said, interested candidates should not wait until the last minute to register for the exam, saying the JAMB body would no longer consider adjusting its calendar.


12 Things To Consider When Preparing For JAMB 2021 Exam

Most candidates are  looking for an easy way or shortcut to pass JAMB exams and also many are afraid to fail because the exam is only written once a year this why we want to help you all by providing you with 12 Things To Consider When Preparing For JAMB 2021 Exam.

12 Things To Consider When Preparing For JAMB 2021 Exam

12 Things To Consider When Preparing For JAMB 2021 Exam


  1. Make for yourself a scheme of study or a reading pattern.
  2. Be dedicated to your studying schemes.
  3. Set in mind self-reliance towards achieving success in the exams. Don’t depend on some other person, or indulge in malpractices as an aid to your success.
  4. Avoid key points. They are not fully detailed in information concerning a particular topic. Make use of textbooks with elaborate information. And also make use of past questions and answers.
  5. Test yourself periodically, I.e weekly, as an aid in covering certain topics and in order to prepare you for the actual exams.
  6. Study according to the syllables and the topics as contained in the syllable should be your main focus, in order to avoid reading without precision 
  7. Detach yourself from many leisure activities, e. g hanging out with friends, seeing movies and social media/networking.
  8. Apply for jamb yourself, so as to boldly stand for the subject combination selected on the day of the exam.
  9. Indulge in C. B. T training so as to improve your dexterity skills.
  10. Revisit any topic from any subject that is not yet clear for you to understand, and you can have a group of people to brainstorm/share possible solutions with/. Remember, no man is an island.
  11. Go for your jamb lesson in a good jamb lesson center. Not a place where the teachers are unserious. That is very important.
  12. 12. Finally, Work as if it all depends on you, and pray as if it all depends on God.

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JAMB 2021 Announce New Date For UTME Exams

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) 2021 Announce New Date For UTME Exams and also extended the deadline for the ongoing 2021 UTME/DE registration exercise by two weeks

The exam board took the decision after a meeting with stakeholders following reports of widespread delay in the registration process among candidates for the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

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JAMB Registrar, Ishaq Oloyede, who announced the extension said the exam will now start on the 19th of June 2021 and end on the 3rd of July.

Prof Oloyede also announced that the registration exercise will now end on May 29.

This comes after the JAMB Board earlier announced it’s contemplating an extension to the registration. Finally JAMB 2021 Announce New Date For UTME Exams And Extend registeration period  for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.


JAMB 2021 Exam Will Be Postponed

The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) which was earlier scheduled to hold June 5th to 19th, 2021 will  be postponed. This was make known  to the public by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB ) registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, who disclosed that this year’s JAMB 2021 Exam Will Be Postponed. 

Prof. is-haq Oloyede gave this hint during a virtual meeting with relevant stakeholders ahead of the examination. He attributed this to the difficulties being experienced by the candidates in their efforts to register.

See Also: JAMB Reschedules UTME Mock Exams 

JAMB 2021 Mock Reprinting Of Slip Has Begin

He however added that the decision to either postpone the examination or to continue as scheduled would be taken later on Friday at the meeting with concerned individuals and institutions

The JAMB registrar confirmed that the mock examination that is slated for May 20, will go on as scheduled.

He added that “While the mock examination will go on as scheduled we cannot say the same of the main examination. This is primarily because of NIN. We have more than 600,000 candidates who have indicated an interest in our examination but are yet to receive their details.” 

JAMB 2021 Exam Will Be Postponed or to continue as scheduled. this decision would be taken later on Friday at the meeting with concerned individuals and institutions.


WAEC 2021 Final Deadline For School Candidates Registeration

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) management has decided that they will be know further extension  after 11th May, 2021. in view, of the registration process. as this is the  WAEC 2021 Final Deadline For School Candidates Registeration.

Consequently, schools that failed to meet up with the above date will find it absolutely difficult to take part in the examinations.

WAEC 2021 Final Deadline For School Candidates Registeration

Considering the two days (12 and 13 of May, 2021) Public Holidays declared by Federal Government, it is advisable that they utilize today, May 11, 2021 for all the online transactions and registration because Friday, May 14, 2021 being the deadline might be jam-packed.

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The WAEC Board also said that School Director’s should  Kindly use their good office to intimate the principals and all the necessary stakeholders about this development.

Please, accept the highest assurance of our warmest regard.

In conclusion 11th May 2021 will be the WAEC 2021 Final Deadline For School Candidates Registeration


JAMB 2021 Update For Candidates Yet To Generate Profile Codes

We understand that some prospective candidates for the 2021 UTME have been unable to generate profile codes, which has made it impossible for them to obtain the registration e-PIN before the deadline. At the moment, there is no official publication from JAMB as to whether there is a shift in the deadline or not. We want to use this medium to update candidates yet to generate profile codes.

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JAMB 2021 Update For Candidates Yet To Generate Profile Codes

We advise candidates who are still yet to generate their profile codes to still keep trying as the e-PIN vending is still available, even though the official deadline was May 10th. This is because JAMB may have taken into consideration the difficulties some candidates are having in generating their profile codes and decided to relax on the deadline. Please note that this is not official. If JAMB gives an official response regarding this, we will let you know.

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The affected candidates are advised to follow any of the options below to correctly generate their profile codes;

  1. USSD OPTION:Dial *55019*1*NIN#
  2. SMS OPTION: SMS ‘NIN’, space, & your 11-digit NIN number to 55019 e.g [NIN 00123456789]. Note that there should be just a space between the word ‘NIN’ and your 11-digit NIN.



You need to ensure you have at least N50 airtime before trying the SMS option above.

Please also note that candidates can use any SIM of their choice to send their NIN to 55019 whether the SIM belongs to them or not. However, they must ensure that no one has ever used the SIM to register for JAMB whether in the past or in the present

That’s all we have for JAMB 2021 Update For Candidates Yet To Generate Profile Codes.