2024 JAMB: All you should know to have hitch-free UTME registration 

 2024 JAMB: All you should know to have hitch-free UTME registration 

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has officially declared the commencement of registrations for the 2024/2025 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), with the registration window open from January 15 to February 24, 2024. 

Direct entry (DE) applications and E-PIN vending will kick off on February 28 and conclude on March 28, 2024. 

Here are key things to note before applying

1. National Identification Number (NIN) is a prerequisite for application.

2. DE and UTME forms differ; DE allows direct admission without UTME.

3. The DE application is online and submitted on JAMB’s portal.

4. Statement of result is valid for registration within three years.

5. Upgrading from UTME to DE is possible under specific conditions.

6. JAMB recognizes 12 qualifications/certificates.

7. Registration can only be done at JAMB offices.

8. Applying for both DE and UTME in the same year is not allowed.

For the 2024/2025 session, DE fees are N3,500, with additional charges totaling N6,200 or N7,700 for non-MOCK and MOCK exam takers, respectively. Payment options include bank, online, or POS at accredited Computer Based Test (CBT) or JAMB offices.

How to register for 2024 JAMB DE:

1. Create a JAMB profile by sending NIN to 55019 or 66019.

2. Log into the JAMB portal with the received code.

3. Obtain the JAMB e-PIN from accredited banks, CBT centers, or embassies.

4. After sending a message to 55019 or 66019, receive a 10-digit profile code, registered name with the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), and total cost details.

5. Present the profile code to procure the form and receive the e-PIN via SMS.

6. Proceed to any JAMB-accredited CBT center for registration.

JAMB emphasizes DE candidates’ certificate verification for 2023 admissions, warning that no admission would be processed without it.

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Additionally, parents are advised to acquire UTME past questions to enhance their wards’ preparation for the upcoming examination.

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