UTME and Direct Entry: The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) had earlier decided to use the National Identification Number (NIN) issued by the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) in the 2020 exercise to at least forestall obvious biometric challenges and exam fraud.
However, this short-lived decision was suspended by both the board and NIMC due to technical hitches and congestion a few hours to the commencement of registration which was scheduled to hold between January 13 and February 17.
So many candidates who are having the issue of getting the NIMC will be happy for this great news because of the stress, applicants are said to be pushing their ways through packed in other to register for the NIMC.
The Joint Admission And Matriculation Board Registration for the year 2020 have started commencing on the early January 13th, 2020 for both UTME and Direct Entry candidates.
In this article, we are going to review to you about all the prices you are going to pay for your registration so that no cybercafe centre can cheat you of any fee.
JAMB REGISTRATION TOTAL FEE PAYMENT FOR ALL CANDIDATES
Each candidate should also check his or her eligibility status before proceeding to register to avoid delay. Below is the breakdown for JAMB Registration 2020:
1. JAMB 2020 Registration Form – N4,500
2. CBT Centre Registration Fee – N1,000
3. JAMB Mandatory Textbook – N500 (Sweet Sixteen)
Total Cost: Six thousand Naira only: N6,000.
Note that: The sum of Six thousand Naira should do for the registration bar any additional charge(s) by the Café.
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