It is true that Jamb requires those using awaiting results (as well as those who already have their O-level results) to Upload it to Jamb portal for 2018 admission.
Now, a question comes to mind, how do I upload 2018 Waec awaiting result to my Jamb account ? This is a very good question and I will teach you how to upload the result right here.
The Jamb profile has now become a means to do anything regarding Jamb examination; including waec and neco 2018 awaiting result upload to Jamb portal. That is to say, you cannot do anything outside Jamb profile as a Jamb 2018 candidate.
The Waec and Neco result upload is going to be exactly the way Jamb gave room for correction of details in Jamb profile. The Portal will be made editable so that you can be able to fill in or update your Waec result.
All you need to do is visit the Jamb portal at www.jamb.org.ng and login with your Jamb profile username and password. Continue reading if you do not see any option to upload your awaiting result.
For convenience, I will advise you do the re-uploading of O-level result to Jamb portal in an approved cbt center. Go there and tell them that you want to upload or re-upload your O-level result. They will gladly help you at a cheap price.
The process is also the same for those using two sittings. You just need to specify the number of sittings and the result for each sitting.
How To Know If Your O-level Has Been Uploaded
The major complaint I have been getting from Jamb candidates as regards uploading of awaiting result is that
“I went to Jamb cbt centre to upload my waec and neco awaiting result. They told me that they have uploaded the result. However, I checked my Jamb profile and didn’t see any result uploaded. How do I know if the results have been uploaded?”
The good news is that “so long you have taken your O-level result to approved cbt centres for upload, be rest assured that they have uploaded it. They are good at what they do.
Simple right? Let me know how you feel using the comment box.
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