Following the release of JAMB 2018/2019 form, some candidates have been asking me series of questions concerning JAMB awaiting result. A lot of prospective JAMB 2018 candidates are confused whether to register for JAMB 2018 or not because of this issue. Some of the questions I have been asked include:
- Will JAMB accept awaiting result?
- Can you give me the list of Universities that accept awaiting result in Nigeria?
- Can I register for JAMB 2018 with awaiting result?
In this article, I will answer all the questions above. I will also tell you what JAMB registrar said about registering for JAMB without O’Level result.
But before then…
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF AWAITING RESULTS?
Awaiting results is simply an O’level result that is yet to be released. In other words, it is an SSCE result which has not been uploaded by the examination body e.g WAEC, NECO, WAEC/GCE or NECO/GCE. If you sat for any of these examinations and you haven’t seen your result, you simply have awaiting result.
Now to the main question…
CAN I REGISTER FOR JAMB WITH AWAITING RESULT?
YES!, you can register for JAMB with awaiting result. You don’t need to wait for extra 1year at home because of this. All you have to do is to upload it to JAMB portal when the result is released. BUT, you must upload it before your desired institution release her Post-UTME screening form. If not, there is no admission for you.
However, if you can do as instructed by JAMB by uploading it before admission processes commence in your desired school, you are good to go.
Now to the final question…
LIST OF UNIVERSITIES THAT ACCEPT AWAITING RESULT
This is very simple, all universities accept awaiting result!. Don’t be surprised. UI, UNILAG, OAU, LASU, UNIBEN, FUTA, FUTO, UNILORIN all accept awaiting result. All you have to do is to upload it immediately the result is release before screening starts.
I hope with these article of mine, I have been able to convince but not to confuse you that JAMB accepts awaiting result for 2018 JAMB registration.
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