To print out JAMB original result for any year, follow the steps below:
- Visit the JAMB portal at www.jamb.org.ng and log in to your profile with your email address and password.
- Click on the “Print Result Slip” button on your profile dashboard.
- Enter your JAMB registration number and select the year you want to print the result for.
- Click on “Print Result Slip” and wait for the page to load.
- Once the result slip is displayed on your screen, you can either save or print it out.
- To print it out, click on the print button or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+P (on Windows) or Cmd+P (on Mac).
- Select your printer and click on the “Print” button to print out the result.
Note: You will need to pay a fee to print out your JAMB original result. The fee is usually around N1,000 and can be paid online via the JAMB portal or at a bank.
How to Check JAMB Result Online
To check your JAMB result online, follow these steps:
- Visit the JAMB result checking portal at www.jamb.org.ng
- Enter your JAMB registration number or email address in the space provided
- Click on the “Check My Result” button
- Your JAMB result will be displayed on the screen
- You can print the result or save it for future reference
- JAMB Cut-Off Marks for 2023/2024 Admission
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced the cut-off marks for admission into tertiary institutions for the 2023/2024 academic session. The cut-off marks are as follows:
- Universities: 180
- Polytechnics: 160
- Colleges of Education: 160
Candidates who score below the cut-off mark will not be considered for admission into their preferred institutions. However, some institutions may set higher cut-off marks depending on their admission policies.
- JAMB Subject Combination for Different Courses
To gain admission into any tertiary institution in Nigeria, candidates must meet the JAMB subject combination for their chosen course of study. Here are some of the common JAMB subject combinations:
- Medicine and Surgery: Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
- Law: Literature in English, Government or History, and any other subject
- Engineering: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry
- Accounting: Mathematics, Economics, and any other subject
Candidates should ensure that they choose the correct JAMB subject combination for their desired course of study to avoid being disqualified from admission.
JAMB Registration Requirements for 2023/2024
To register for JAMB in the 2023/2024 academic session, candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Possess a valid email address and phone number
- Have a National Identification Number (NIN)
- Provide biometric data (fingerprint, facial recognition)
- Pay the registration fee and obtain the ePIN
- Register at an approved JAMB CBT center
- Provide O’level results (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB) or awaiting result.
- Choose the correct subject combination for your desired course of study
Candidates are advised to ensure that they meet all the JAMB registration requirements to avoid being disqualified from taking the exam.
- JAMB Mock Exam for 2023/2024
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) usually conducts a mock exam for candidates who have registered for the main exam. The mock exam is designed to prepare candidates for the actual exam and to familiarize them with the CBT environment.
Candidates who are interested in taking the JAMB mock exam should indicate their interest during registration and pay a fee of N700. The mock exam usually takes place a few weeks before the main exam and the result is not used for admission purposes.
JAMB Syllabus for 2023/2024
To prepare for the JAMB exam, candidates are advised to study the JAMB syllabus for their desired course of study. The JAMB syllabus contains the topics and subtopics that will be covered in the exam.
The JAMB syllabus is available for free on the JAMB portal and can be downloaded in PDF format. Candidates are advised to study the syllabus carefully and prepare adequately for the exam to increase their chances of scoring high marks.
JAMB Result Grading System
JAMB uses a grading system to determine the scores of candidates in the exam. The grading system is as follows:
Correct answer: 4 marks
- Wrong answer: -1 mark
- Unanswered question: 0 mark
The total score for the exam is 400, which is the total number of questions multiplied by 4. Candidates who score 180 and above are eligible for admission into tertiary institutions, subject to the cut-off mark set by the institution.
- JAMB Change of Course/Institution
Candidates who want to change their course or institution after the JAMB exam can do so through the JAMB change of course/institution portal. The change can be done once or multiple times, depending on the candidate’s preference.
To change your course or institution, follow these steps:
- Visit the JAMB portal at www.jamb.org.ng
- Click on “Change of Course/Institution”
- Follow the instructions to pay for the change of course/institution
- Choose your preferred course/institution and submit
Candidates should note that there is a deadline for the change of course/institution, and any changes made after the deadline will not be considered.
- How to Prepare for JAMB Exam
To prepare for the JAMB exam, candidates should follow these tips:
- Get the JAMB syllabus for your desired course of study and study it carefully.
- Practice past questions and answers to get familiar with the exam format.
- Create a study schedule and stick to it.
- Get a good textbook for each subject and study it thoroughly.
- Join a study group or get a study partner to help you stay motivated.
- Take breaks and rest when necessary.
- Stay calm and focused during the exam.
By following these tips, candidates can increase their chances of scoring high marks in JAMB result slip and gaining admission into their preferred institution.