How To Check Jamb 2018 Exam Centre at Jamb Portal

In my previous post, i told you guys that the JAMB 2018 result will be displayed as soon as a candidate ends his/her exam. From registration statistics, it was recorded that about 1.6 million candidates are expected to write the Jamb 2018 examination in 602 Jamb CBT centres in Nigeria. Imo State recorded the highest number of candidates that registered for the exercise,with a total of 92,890 candidates out of the 1.6 million candidates that are participating. Oyo and Osun states trailed behind with 86,695 and 86,044 registered candidates respectively just as Sokoto,Zamfara and the Federal Capital Terriyory, FCT have lowest registration with 13,456, 10,077 and 6,418 candidates in that order.

Ahead of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) which will begin on Friday, March 9 to March 17,2018, candidates sitting for the 2018 UTME has been advised to print their examination slip via the Jamb portal. The Jamb exam slip also carries the time and date allocated to each candidate.

Candidates who have applied for the examination can check for their centres on and follow these steps:
  1. Visit the JAMB UTME Slip Printing page on the Jamb online portal via the link here:
  2. Enter your Reg Number or your registered e-mail address
  3. Click on the “Print Examination Slip” on the page to access your examination slip.
Note: Allow popup for this site from your browser.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board is also sending the information by email, but they will be delivered in batches.

JAMB Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede disclosed that stiffer and innovative measures were introduced in the system to forestall multiple registration and other illicit practices by prospective candidates.

He said the board under his administration would maintain the culture of transparency, professionalism and global standards.

He reminded both candidates and invigilators of the ban on certain items, including: wrist watches, calculators, Bluetooth devices, smart lenses and several others. Prof. Oloyede warned candidates against patronizing syndicates who have positioned themselves strategically to lure and defraud them with “mouth watering” offers and scores.

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