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JAMB is an acronym for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board. JAMB founded in 1978, is a Nigerian entrance examination board for tertiary-level institutions in the country. The board oversees and conducts entrance examination for prospective undergraduates into Nigerian tertiary institutions.
Most of the news concerning and relating to the activities of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is usually posted on JAMB official website. Having said that, the official website of JAMB os https://jamb.org.ng.
JAMB Profile Creation
Before you can fully register for JAMB, you need to have created a profile on JAMB portal. After you have created your JAMB profile, you will be given a profile code which you will need whenever you want to complete your JAMB registration. See how to create JAMB profile here.
JAMB Profile Login
After creating your JAMB profile, you may want to login to your profile on JAMB portal. I have created a post that contains step by step guide on how you can easily login to your JAMB profile. If you want to do that now, check out the post on how to login to JAMB profile here.
JAMB Registration Form
Before you sit for JAMB examination, you ought to have registered for it. However, you need to know when JAMB form will come out and when registration will commence so you can register for JAMB. See details on JAMB registration form here.
JAMB Subject Combination
Once you have decided on the course you wish to study, the next thing you need to know is the subject combination required to study that particular course in tertiary institutions. This usually consist of four subjects with Use of English as compulsory. To know the subject required to study your course, See JAMB Subject combination for all courses here.
JAMB Syllabus For All Courses
Once you have known all the four subjects that are required to study your desired course, you need to start studying those four subjects so you can have a better chance of scoring high in JAMB. To help you study better, you need JAMB syllabus to know the topics you need to focus on for that particular subject. See JAMB Syllabus for all courses here.
JAMB Recommended Textbooks
When you already know the subjects you will be writing in JAMB and the topics you need to focus on for that subject, your next line of action should be to look for the textbooks that covers those topics. That is where JAMB recommended textbook comes in to provide you the list of textbooks that JAMB has recommended for each subject so you can use those ones and prepare. See JAMB recommended textbooks for all subjects here.
JAMB brochure is very useful as it helps you to know what the course you wish to study and the school you wish to study that course in requires from those who want to be offered admission into the school and into that particular course. See JAMB Brochure for all faculties here.
JAMB CBT Centres
JAMB CBT Centre is an acronym for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Computer. These are CBT centres that are authorised by JAMB to carry out JAMB registrations. See JAMB CBT Centres In all States here.
After you sat for your JAMB examination, you will usually be curious as to how you performed. To solve that curiosity, you will have to check your JAMB result so you can see your JAMB score. See guidelines on how to check JAMB result here.
JAMB Cut Off Mark
JAMB cut off mark is the minimum score a candidate is required to have in his or her JAMB result before they can be considered for admission into a particular school or course of study. Each school has they own cut off mark. You may want to know the cut off mark for the school you wish to apply to so you can know the JAMB score target you need to set so you can gain admission. See JAMB Cut off mark here.