STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE FOR CHECKING YOUR JAMS RESULTS FOR 2023 AND PAST YEARS.
- The 2023 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) results are now available for both online and
- Candidates who took part in the 2023 and previous years’ Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
(UTME) – an annual standardized computer-based test essential for admission into Nigerian higher educa-
tion institutions, such as universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education — can now check their scores.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is responsible for administering the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). This yearly computer-based test is a prerequisite for gaining admission to universities, polytechnics, colleges, and other higher education institutions in Nigeria.
JAMB has announced the outcomes of the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). The Board reported that 1,595,779 candidates enrolled for the exam, which was held at 708 Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres across 105 examination cities nationwide.
Candidates can now easily check their UTME results for 2023 and previous years either online or via SMS. To access your UTME result online; you’ll need a device with an internet connection. Alternatively, the SMS method may be more suitable for candidates without internet access or those in areas with limited network coverage. However, keep in mind that network operators may charge a fee for this service.
How to Check 2023 JAMB Result Offline (via SMS)
Candidates can now send “UTME RESULT” or “UTMERESULT” via SMS to 55019 or 66019 using the same phone number they registered with (ensure you have a minimum credit balance of N50). You will receive an SMS response shortly after. Expect the following responses:
- If a candidate uses an unregistered phone number, they will receive a message stating: “This phone number was not used for registration.“
- Candidates with results will get a message such as: “Dear Mr/Miss X, your result is as follows… (followed by the details).“
- If a result is withheld, the candidate will receive a “Result Withheld” message.
- Candidates given the benefit of the doubt will be informed: “Result withheld pending the upload of clarifications/document required from you.“
- Absent candidates will receive a “CANDIDATE ABSENT” message.
- If a candidate was absent and their registration number was also cancelled, they will be notified accordingly.
- An “Invalid Entrance into the Exam Hall” message will be sent to candidates who gained unauthorized access to the examination hall.
Gain Admission Into A Nigerian Univeristy Without JAMB: With IJMB
General update? Are you afraid of taking JAMB again, or do you believe that failing the JAMB exam will be the end of your education? No, that is not all. You can register for levels programs instead and still gain admission into the Nigerian university of your choice without writing JAMB.
What we are saying is there are JAMB alternatives in gaining admission into universities without writing jamb, with low jamb score and you still be able to gain admission to study your course being Law, Medicine & Surgery, Accounting, Pharmacy, Music, Business Admin etc.
If this is your first time of writing JAMB, please register for it, and at the same time register for JAMB alternatives like IJMB, JUPEB, Cambridge A-Level before they closed the registration,s o that if JAMB does not work you can easily resume for the A level program you were able to register for.
The programs are, IJMB: IJMB is one year program and the fees #208,000. Available in almost all states in Nigeria. Register for IJMB ( Registration fee: #8,500
JUPEB: JUPEB is one year program, and the fees start from #280k ( available in almost all states in Nigeria. Register for JUPEB in affiliated centres (Registration fee: #15,000
See also FULL DETAILS: JAMB E-FACILITY 2022 LOGIN JAMB EFACILITY PORTAL
Cambridge A level: Cambridge A Level is 18 months program and fees start from #550,000 ( centres are available in Ibadan, Abuja, Ilorin, Port Harcourt and Lagos. Register for Cambridge A-Level in Nigeria Registration fee: #25,000
NABTEB A Level: NABTEB A Level fee is #180,000 ( available in Oshogbo, Ibadan, Ilorin, Lagos, Abuja. Register for NABTEB A Level. Registration fee: #15,000
KWASU Diploma. KWASU Diploma is #240,000 ( available in Oshogbo and Ilorin) Register for Kwasu Diploma. Registration fee: #10,000
Steps to Check JAMB Result Online
All the candidates who participated in the 2023 UTME and years before can now print their original results slip affixed with their passport photograph. You will need to pay N1,500 to access your JAMB result slip.
STEP 1: Go to the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) eFacility portal [https://efacility.jamb.gov.ng/] and log in with your credentials.
STEP 2: Locate and click on the Print Result Slip tab under the list of services.
STEP 3: Select your payment option and continue with the payment.
STEP 4: After a successful payment, you can check/print your result slip by selecting your exam year and entering your JAMB Registration Number in the required columns.
- Go to the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) result-checking website at https://efacility.jamb.gov.ng/CheckUTMEResults
- In the required column, enter your Registration Number/Phone Number.
- Finally, press the ‘Check My Results’ button to view your UTME results notification.
The portal will return your JAMB Notification of Result if your result is ready. You can then proceed with the printing of the result.
Advice to JAMB Candidates on UTME Result
It’s important to note that there are fraudsters who claim to be able to upgrade JAMB results. We strongly advise JAMB candidates not to fall for such scams, as it’s impossible to alter results once they’ve been checked online or via SMS.
The 2023 JAMB results are now available for checking online or through JAMB shortcodes. Meanwhile, tertiary institutions have started selling post-UTME forms for the 2023/2024 academic session. For the list of institutions currently selling their forms, please visit our ‘Post-UTME Updates Page.’ Stay informed and be careful not to fall for scams