How to Check Where You Have Been Posted For Admission By JAMB
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Candidates of the 2015 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) have been asked to visit the website of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to find out where they have been redistributed to.
The Head of JAMB, Lagos, Dr. Beatrice Okorie said candidates can begin to check on Monday 3rd of August.
Here is how candidates can check the university they have been posted to:
Go to the JAMB website: http://www.jamb.org.ng/
At the homepage, click the first option under the ‘2015 UTME’ section which says “Check Where you have been posted for Admission”
In the dialogue box that appears, type in your Registration number
Click on the “Check Where you have been posted for Admission” tab
The portal will display your posting which you can print.
You Are Urged To Check JAMB Website For Redistribution List
Head of JAMB, Lagos, Dr. Beatrice Okorie said, “The 2015 UTME candidates are to check JAMB’s website on Monday, August 3, for the list and the universities they have been redistributed to”, Vanguard reports.
Okorie, spoke on the controversy rocking the new admissions policy.
“If we had not done that, many of these candidates would have fallen prey of the universities’ money-making machine, that is, the post-UTME without securing admission even with their high scores,” she added.
This measure is quite logical.
The University of Lagos for example, cannot accommodate more than 5,000 students, and yet has about 32,000 candidates struggling for the slots.
“What we have done is to look at those who have not met with the cut-off points of UNILAG based on merit, catchment areas and the educationally less disadvantaged areas, but who have chances of securing admission in other federal and state universities and push them there to write post-UTME tests.”
Okorie, who slammed universities that are using the post UTME to make money, reiterated JAMB’s commitment to helping candidates secure admission without stress.
According to her, what is the essence of post-UTME being conducted on English, Mathematics and general papers? They are fraudulent and that is what the stakeholders have stepped in to address.”
On UNILAG, she queried the rationale behind its decision to conduct test on Mathematics for students seeking admission in subjects not related to Mathematics such as Religious Studies, History, Dramatic Arts, among others.
Meanwhile, the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN on Saturday has placed its cut-off mark above 230 as students who scored 230 were not short-listed for post-UTME.
Our source said: “The Post-UTME details which came out on Saturday at UNN affected many students who scored over 200 in their UTME, even those who scored 230 in UTME were not short-listed for post-UTME in UNN, suggesting that their cut-off Mark is above 230. ‘’However, no official cut-off has been announced.’