JAMB has just announced that registration will commence immediately, as the technical glitch associated with the integration of NIN into the registration process has now been resolved. Remember that registration was put on hold after NIN challenges were spotted on 8th April, 2021.
Candidates can continue to prepare for their exams slated to begin as from 5th June, 2021.
Although JAMB has admitted that a few candidates have successfully registered for the 2021 UTME after the resolution of the glitch, candidates are advised to wait until the official registration advertisement and documents are released by JAMB. With fingers crossed, we expect the official publication to be made on Monday, 12th April, 2021. In the meantime, keep preparing for your exams.
1. VALID, FUNCTIONAL E-MAIL, PHONE NUMBER
It is important to get a valid and functional e-mail account. You also need an active phone number. This is because you will need this for registration and to send and receive information from JAMB. Your e-mail is also a form of identity for you.
2. NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (NIN)
JAMB will be making use of the National Identification Number for registration this year. Being a compulsory requirement, you will need it for your enrollment.
3. VISIT JAMB WEBSITE
After having your email address and NIN ready, you can proceed to the JAMB website. When you get there, create a JAMB profile, preferably before purchasing the form.
4. CHECK JAMB iBass
After creating a profile, it is recommended that you check JAMB iBass to be sure of your eligibility to take this year’s examination. The information is provided on the official website of the exam body.
5. JAMB e-pin
After your eligibility has been confirmed, then you can proceed to purchase your 2021 JAMB e-pin registration from banks and other accredited outlets.
6. CBT CENTRE
Then, proceed to any accredited computer-based test centre with your personal details and your profile code.