Re-check your Admission status now, JAMB registration closes in less than 2 weeks

All candidates and prospective students, who are currently processing their admission in various institutions, are advised to re-check their admission status right now to determine whether or not they should get the JAMB 2024 registration form because registration closes on 26th February.

Also, if you are currently processing your admission (maybe you took JAMB last year) and you have concluded your registration for 2024 UTME, you’re advised to keep checking your admission status in case you are given admission that you’d like to accept.

We have now provided two methods to use in checking your admission status and they can be found below. If you have been given admission and you accept the admission, then you need not apply to write the 2024 UTME but if you have not been offered any admission, then you should take caution to apply before the sale of the JAMB registration pin closes on 26th February.

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1. Through JAMB CAPS: The JAMB CAPS for the 2023/2024 admission exercise is currently active. Candidates can now monitor their admission status and easily know when they have been offered admission. Once a candidate has been offered admission on JAMB CAPS, such a candidate is required to do either of two things; to accept the admission or to reject it.

2. Through the admission list released directly by the school: We have a publication that helps candidates monitor and easily know the schools that have released admission lists for the 2023/2024 academic session.

If you’re still waiting for your school to release their admission list before you consider applying for JAMB’s 2024 UTME, ensure you keep an eye on the JAMB registration closing date so it does not get too late to apply. The consequence of missing the application for a year is too dire to be nonchalant.

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