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At Last, JAMB Speak On Automatic Admissions And Upload Of O-Level Results On It's Portal

Spdone 06/24/2020

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The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), through their support team has talked about the issue of automatic admission and upload of O'level results by the applicants who have not uploaded theirs.

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Recently, there has been a hearsay everywhere that the board will give automatic Admissions to some candidates this year. Similarly, the issue of O'level results which is supposed to be uploaded on the JAMB portal;many candidates are eager to know dates that they will be asked to upload their results on the board's portal.The candidates are eager because they don't want to loose their chance of being considered for admission this year.


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Consequently,candidates who have not uploaded their O'level results on the JAMB portal during registration for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), the board catigorically made it clear that there would be provison for them to upload their O'level results on the portal.The support group further assured candidates that very soon, the portal would be opened.

It is also revealed that the board's support group have Clarified that there is nothing like automatic admission this year.

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Notwithstanding,the board has approved waiver or special consideration for the set of applicants who may not be able to sit for the post utme of their school of interest due to some certain challenges. These kinds of candidates are: disabled candidates,inmate/prisoner and foreign candidates.These catigory set of candidates will not sit for the post UTME exams before they will be given admission.Professor Isiaq oloyede, registrar of the board, disclosed this was as a result of the inconveniences as complained by the group.The registrar said: "This was because of the challenges in the process as complained by the group,”.

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Candidates are urged to ignore any rumour of automatic admission, as the board will not give admission to any candidate automatically unless for the candidate under special consideration.After a two-subject enquiry to the JAMB support, I was replied a few minutes later. My conversation with the Jamb support lies below.

Anonymous: Hello, jamb support. I would like to enquire about the rumour that candidates will be given automatic admission, is it true or not?

Secondly, I would like to enquire about the date which candidates will be allowed to uploading their O'level results on the boards portal. When is it?

I look forward to your response, thanks.

jamb support: Hello,

Welcome to Jamb online support system. Candidates whose O-level result is not yet uploaded on the portal will need to re-upload their WAEC/NECO O-level result on the portal at any Jamb accredited CBT center.

However, upload of result at CBT center is suspended for now due to some challenges.

Please disegard the rumour of automatic admission, it is fake news. Thank you for contacting the Jamb support center.

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As per the response of the JAMB support, it's clear that there is nothing like automatic admission, disregard any rumour on it. Also, candidates who are yet to upload their O'level results should share and follow this blog to be notified when it's time for them to upload their O'level results on the board's portal.

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If you have any questions concerning this article, or any other enquiry related to JAMB, UTME or admission process. Kindly drop it in the comment box below, you will be answered immediatelyy. I wish every candidate success in his/her forthcoming examination and admission process.Like this article, comment, share and follow this blog for more related news.

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Top Comments
Olalek · 06/25/2020
This is my article. I published it yesterday. you plagiarized my work.
EmmanuelOshilagun · 06/27/2020
pls what about those who did awaiting results?

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