Online Registration for JAMB 2022 has already started. Have you downloaded the official jamb brochure PDF 2022 & generate the profile code. Read along for complete details and Apply now.
NIN number is the first thing that you need, in order to apply for JAMB 2022. Make sure that:
- The candidate must have done Registration with the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) and obtained the National Identity Number (NIN).
- The forgotten NIN can also be retrieved by dialing *346# from the Cellphone Number used to register (Available in MTN and Airtel only for now).
- Visit www.nimc.gov.ng to see a list of accredited centers for NIMC Registration.
READ – How to Apply for NIN Number
JAMB 2022 – Profile Creation, How to Apply, Generate Profile Code
One Cell (mobile) number (SIM) can be used by one candidate only. The Cell phone number used for the text message is automatically tied to the Candidate’s name and will be used in all communications related to his/her Application, Examination/Admission.
Note: The sim number used is of utmost importance for subsequent communication
- The candidate sends the word NIN space then eleven digits NIN to 55019 from his/her phone. [eg: NIN (SPACE) 00123456789].
- Candidates receive his/her profile code (of 10 characters) and the registered name with NIMC on/her phone
- The candidate presents the profile code to the point of procurement of form (Banks, MMOS, MFBs, Switches, USSD Partners). The form-ePIN is then sent as a text message to the candidate
- The candidate presents the profile code, epin and NIN at any JAMB accredited CBT Centre for registration
- The application cannot be completed until the candidate’s fingerprint is verified. Successful verification authorizes a candidate to print his/her e-registration slip
- Any change a candidate wants to do on the registration data; his/her fingerprint would have to be authenticated
How to Recover Jamb Lost Profile Code Online
If you have unfortunately forgot or lost your profile code, don’t panic. You can still recover it online. Use the steps given below to recover your lost jamb profile code.
To retrieve a lost Profile Code, send [RESEND] to 55019.
Also, the Candidates can reset lost or forgotten Profile Password on their registered cell phone by sending (password] space [email address] to 55019 as a text message
Make sure you are using the same mobile number that you used in the profile code and password registration process
Jamb 2022 – Complaint, Online Helpline Number,Support Email
If you are facing any sort of problems related to JAMB 2022, you may use the various helpline options. Unfortunately, there is no direct phone line, however, you can use the official email or ticketing system to get your problems addressed.
For ALL complaints on JAMB processes, a candidate can create a support ticket at (support.jamb.gov.ng) with his/her email address registered on the Board’s site. The candidate then provides his/her name, phone number, and the nature of the issue selects a complaint area on a drop-down, and then summarizes the nature of the complaint. He/she may also attach supporting documents (if available) then send them.
Admission into all Federal Higher Institutions of learning via UTME in Nigeria is based on the following quota:
- Merit – 45%
- Catchment Area – 35%
- Educationally Less Developed States (ELDS) – 20%
Admission Based on Merit: Admission into all Federal Higher Institutions of learning is reserved for candidates with very high UTME scores i.e. based on performance irrespective of the State of origin. Forty-five percent (45%) of the available admission space is reserved for such eligible candidates.
Catchment Area Specific States of the Federation have been identified as catchment areas of Federal Higher Institutions of Learning. Thirty-five percent (35%) of the available admission space is reserved for eligible candidates whose States of origin have been identified as catchment areas of the institution of choice.
Admission based on ELDS (Educationally Less Developed States): Twenty-three (23) states of the federation have been identified as Educationally Less Developed States (ELDS). These states are Adamawa, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, Borno, Cross River, Ebonyi, Gombe, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Kastina, Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Rivers, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe and Zamfara. Candidates from these States are given special consideration for admission into Federal Higher Institutions. Twenty percent (20%) of the available admission space is reserved for such eligible candidates.
Upon arrival at the center, candidates sign in using the Biometric Verification Machine (BVM) Candidates are expected to sit on a seat labeled with the seat number pre-assigned to them.
Attendance of each candidate is taken according to seat number ✓ After the examination, candidates sign out using the BVM
JAMB 2022 Brochure – How to Download PDF
It is highly recommended to study the official brochure before doing anything else related to JAMB 2022. Here are the steps to download the JAMB Brochure:
- Visit the Official Page
- Go to the Brochure Section
- Click on “View by Programs PDF”
- In the next page you can download the latest 2022 brochure as PDF
Note: For your convenience, we have provided a direct link to download the brochure.
Important Questions and Answers
What is the profile code in JAMB Registration?
This unique code is used to manage the candidate details. You can say it is a unique code of every interested candidate
How to retrieve a forgotten or misplaced profile code?
To retrieve a lost Profile Code, send [RESEND] to 55019 as a text message from your mobile number that was used while profile code generation.
What is the admission quota for JAMB 2022?
For Merit it is 45%, For Catchment Area – 35% & For Educationally Less Developed States (ELDS) quota is 20%
What is jamb ibass?
It is the official website for getting information related to Jamb
Can I download the jamb brochure as a pdf
Yes, you can easily download the jamb 2022 brochure as a pdf.
Last Updated on June 30, 2022 by Okello
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