How To Reprint 2018/2019 Jamb UTME Slip At Ease!



Reprint Jamb 2018/2019

How To Reprint 2018/2019 Jamb UTME Slip At Ease!
Many aspirant have been checking this information, Admission of no surprise now. The reprinting was scheduled to commence on or before April 2018, but that date is not set any longer. Since the 2018 Jamb UTME registration has come to an end, you should expect the re-printing process to begin immediately after the online registration. This is most likely to be on the 20th of April, 2018. Though this is just an assumption and not the official date, we will update the article once the date for reprint of Jamb UTME Slip has been officially announced.
How to Confirm Your 2018/2019 JAMB UTME Registration Status
Below are step by step guide on how you can confirm if you Jamb online registration has successfully done.
1. Visit the official JAMB UTME online Registration portal
2. Login using your email address and password you created.
3. Now Click on “My Usage”
4. Check the column which says “RESOURCE” to see if a role for “2018 Registration” or something close to that is written there.
5. You can also check to see if a JAMB Registration number has been generated and assigned to you on your slip.
For more information about JAMB Registration 2018, visit the official Jamb websitewebsitewebsitewebsite


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Admission Seekers Protest For  Extension Of UTME

says We Have Not Covered The 2018 UTME Syllabus
Ahead of the 2018 UTME exercise, admission seekers are seeking an extension for the UTME examinations in an ongoing protest in Logos.
The protest which is holding at Bariga, Lagos State is to express their dissatisfaction towards the closure of the portal for the 2018 UTME registrations.
Recall that the 2018 UTME is scheduled to hold between March 9th to March 17th and the portal had been closed for further registrations.
According to the protesters, “We are still waiting to be admitted for the 2017 UTME we sat for.”
Students also lamented that they have not read enough for the exams carrying placards with inscriptions, “JAMB pontification must end’; ‘postpone registration deadline and reschedule reprint of candidates centre’; ‘300,000 candidates excluded from 2018 UTME’; ‘Our minds are not set for the examination’; and ‘the 2018 examination is programmed for failure.’
Students also revealed that the cost of the examination was high as they are meant to pay N2,500 for every error they make.
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