NIN for Jamb has come to stay. I have heard complaints where some candidates deliberately reduced their age during Jamb NIN enrolment for 2020. For others, it was just a mistake.
Following the new way to create Jamb profile, it is your NIN details that will be sent to Jamb for your registration. This implies that it is the name, date of birth, local government area and other details you filled during NIN registration that will appear on Jamb portal.
You therefore need to correct big mistakes you made during NIN registration or the details you filled that you didn’t know will cause trouble for you. You may have admission issue if your NIN details are far from being real.
For example, Jamb will use your Name on NIN, Date of Birth (DOB) and other details in your admission letter. If these details are different from the ones in your documents, how will you do clearance or registration if you are eventually admitted to a University or Polytechnic? It is too early to cause trouble for yourself.
A good question comes in, how do I correct my name, date of birth or LGA in NIN? Go to NIMC centres to correct the errors. You may want to click here for the list on NIMC enthronement centres in Nigeria.
Before you make further mistakes, click here for the correct steps to register Jamb profile and effectively register Jamb 2020 without mistakes.
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Question: Hello please my date of birth for NIN registration is not the same with the date I want to use for 2020 jamb registration. Is there any problem with that.
Answer: Do correction
Question: I registered for my nin since 2015, and the surname I used is different from the one on my o level result which am going to use to register for my jamb, please what do I do??? Can I use it
Answer: Go to any NIMC Centre to do correction
Question: Sir I registered my voter’s card name as Sunday Oghene Okwum but am bearing Okwum Oghene Sunday hope its won’t affect the nin registration.
Answer: It will not affect you. Arrangement of names is not an issue; What matters is that the names are the same.
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