Jamb Deadline 2020: When Will sales of Jamb Registration Form end for 2020? Jamb registration deadline for 2020 is February 17th 2020. However, JAMB 2020 Sales of UTME/Direct Entry e-PIN Closes February 14th. This is to ensure that you have three extra days to complete registration.
If you do not get the JAMB e-PIN on or before February 14th, then you will not be able to register for 2020 UTME/DE despite the fact that registration deadline is February 17th. No approved CBT centre will accept your request for UTME/DE registration without an e-PIN.
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To avoid the difficulties associated with the registration process, Jamb candidates should follow the simple steps below:
- Send “Surname FirstName MiddleName” to “55019”.
- A text is sent to the candidate acknowledging receipt of the request.
- PROFILE CODE is sent to the candidate via SMS.
- Take the code to the bank to obtain Jamb ePIN.
- Finally, take your epin to any approved Jamb registration centre to complete your Jamb 2020 registration.
- See more registration guide here...
Last year, Jamb warned candidates to register because there won’t be a shift in Jamb Deadline. This is bad news for those who thought that Jamb would extend the registration deadline and exam date.
This rule is likely going to apply to this year Jamb. There is a very high chance that Jamb will not consider shifting the registration deadline. Register Jamb today and don’t expect extension.
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A number of features had been introduced to ensure candidates had more control over the details that they shared with the board for the registration. You may also check out how to pass Jamb.
Jamb UTME and direct entry form started selling the same time; they will both stop selling the same time as well. Rush to do your registration now before it is too late. Finally, if you don’t register now, it, therefore, mean you will wait for Jamb 2021.
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