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JAMB Registration Information Required for 2019 UTME Registration

JAMB Registration Information Required for Registration: What information would be required of me at the JAMB CBT registration centre? Sequel to the commencement of the 2019 UTME Registration for UTME and Direct Entry candidates, you may be asking this question. So, this article lists the necessary information and should serve as a template for you as you walk to the registration centre nearest to you.

Also See: List of Approved JAMB CBT Centres

JAMB Registration Information Required for 2019 UTME Registration

While getting your registration information ready, it is advisable to make use of the JAMB Brochure to get acquainted with the requirements for your desired course(s) and school(s) of choice. You can also quickly search for your course under this list of JAMB subject combinations to quickly find the subjects you will need to register. The official JAMB brochure is also available on the JAMB platform. You can use the JAMB Integrated Brochure and Syllabus System (JAMB IBASS) if you feel more comfortable with that option as this is what JAMB recommends.

Find out all your requirements in a way that feels most comfortable for you. Compare your results from all these sources linked to above and ensure you have all the accurate needed information. This is to ensure you make right decisions concerning your choices and selections before your actual registration. This will help you eliminate most of the registration mistakes candidates often make. If you need to ask your parents, guardians, teachers or school counselors for help making your choices, please do so. The registration period begins January 10th, 2019, and will last for six weeks only.

JAMB Registration Form Template | List of Required Information

You can write down the following personal information that will be required for your registration beforehand:

  • Passport Photograph (Photo should not be older than 3 months)
  • Surname (Family Name)
  • Middle Name
  • First Name
  • Date of Birth (Day / Month / Year)
  • Sex / Gender (Male / Female)
  • Disabilities (Blind / Deaf / Physical Handicap / None)
  • Marital Status (Single / Married / Divorce)
  • Postal Address
  • Home Address Town
  • Address State and Country
  • Email Address (Functional Email)
  • Mobile Number
  • Nationality
  • State of Origin
  • Local Government Area (LGA)
  • Preferred State of Exam
  • Exam Town

The next set of required information have to do with your course and school choices. You can also write them down beforehand. Take your time to decide on the courses or schools to register using the information you have gathered as directed above. There is no rush. Candidates are to note that their 1 choice can also be a College of Education, University, Innovation Enterprise Institutes, Polytechnics/Monotechnics, NDA (Nigerian Defence Academy) or Nigeria Police Academy.

  • 1st Most Preferred Institution (University)
  • 1st Most Preferred Course
  • 2nd Most Preferred Institution (University/Poly/COE)
  • 2nd Most Preferred Course
  • 3rd Most Preferred Institution (Poly/COE)
  • 3rd Most Preferred Course
  • 4th Most Preferred Institution (COE/IEI)
  • 4th Most Preferred Course

Next Set of Required Information:

  • You should also be asked if you would like to take the OPTIONAL UTME MOCK EXAMINATION. (Yes / No)
  • Your Four UTME Subjects (Use of English compulsory)
  • Your O’level Results (e.g. WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, GCE London etc). Prepare your eight best and most relevant subjects together with their grades. All grades stated should be a maximum number of 2 sittings.

Note that registration is done online and you will be attended to personally at the approved CBT centres. You are also to collect your e-slip at the end of registration as evidence of registration.

Hope you have a successful registration!


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  • If you are to register or write the exam, and you are not knowledgeable in computer,what can such candidate do.

    1. Well, using a computer for a CBT exam is not as difficult as you might think. All you just need to do is to be able to pay attention to the instructions, move the mouse to places you would like to go to on the screen to for instance, select answers to questions and to identify characters on the keyboard and press them when you are asked to type something. It's mainly the mouse you will be using since it is an objective exam. Don't be ashamed to ask the supervisor or invigilator questions. Avoid asking you neighbour as it could be taken for exam malpractice. Finally, it is highly recommended to write the mock examination to get a feel for the exam. All the best!