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JAMB: How to re-print your 2014 UTME Photo Card

As at last month, supposed examination centers and date for some candidates were changed by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board -JAMB. Although reason(s) behind this was not disclosed by JAMB, we sensed it has to do with center issues and availability of computers for CBT.

With the closure of registration for Pencil and Paper Type (PPT) of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, and subsequent pronouncement of March 30th as official deadline for CBT application, candidates who applied for 2014 UTME are expected to re-print their slips to double check their statuses.

This will, among other reasons, help the candidates in planning for the exam and getting familiar with their centers. Lack of preparedness they say is the beginning of failure. Let’s show you how to go about it.

Steps to re-print your photo card

  1. Re-visit the JAMB official UTME e-Registration Portal at (www.jamb.org.ng/Unifiedtme2)
  2. Provide your registration number or PIN in the space by the right hand side
  3. Click on the orange-colored “Re-print” button.
  4. Click print in the next page that comes up, ensure to make photo copies!

Got Question?

We hope this helps, if you have further questions don’t hesitate to ask.

 

 

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3 comments

  1. hw will i recollect my reg no and my centre no

    • @Ayo, we offer the service of recollecting lost reg no to students at only N2000. Should you need the service, please click on contact us above to send us an email.

  2. How will this year JAMB look like