Can I reupload my O level result on JAMB?

Can I reupload my O level result on JAMB?

If you are a JAMB candidate who has recently taken the O level exam (WAEC, NECO, or NABTEB), you might be wondering if you can reupload your result on JAMB portal. The answer is yes, you can. In fact, it is very important that you do so, as it isCan I reupload my O level result on JAMB? one of the requirements for admission through the JAMB CAPS system.

 

In this blog post, I will explain why uploading your O level result is essential, when you can do it, how you can do it, and how you can verify that it has been done successfully. I will also answer some frequently asked questions that you might have about this process. By the end of this post, you will have a clear understanding of how to upload your O level result on JAMB portal and why it matters for your admission.

Why is uploading your O level result essential?

Uploading your O level result on JAMB portal is a vital step in securing admission into your desired course and institution. This is because JAMB uses your O level result to verify your eligibility and suitability for the course you applied for. Without uploading your O level result, you will not be considered for admission through the JAMB CAPS system, which is the official platform for admission processing in Nigeria.

JAMB CAPS stands for Central Admission Processing System. It is a system that allows candidates to track their admission status, accept or reject admission offers, and print their admission letters. JAMB CAPS also enables institutions to select candidates based on merit, catchment, and educationally less developed states (ELDS).

To be eligible for admission through JAMB CAPS, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must have a minimum of five credits in O level subjects relevant to your course of choice, including English and Mathematics.
  • You must have scored at least 120 in the UTME exam for degree programmes, or 100 for ND/NCE programmes.
  • You must have chosen the institution as your first or second choice, or have changed your institution to the one offering you admission.
  • You must have uploaded your O level result on JAMB portal.

As you can see, uploading your O level result is a crucial requirement that you cannot afford to ignore. If you fail to upload your O level result, you will miss out on the opportunity to gain admission into your preferred institution and course.

When can you upload your O level result?

There are two main windows during which you can upload your O level result on JAMB portal:

  • During JAMB registration: At this stage, if you already have your O level result (WAEC or NECO), you can upload it on JAMB portal as part of your registration process. You will need to visit an accredited JAMB CBT centre or office and provide them with a copy of your result. They will scan and upload it for you on the portal.
  • After JAMB exam: At this stage, if you have recently taken your O level exam (WAEC, NECO, or NABTEB), you will need to upload your result on JAMB portal as soon as it is released. You will also need to visit an accredited JAMB CBT centre or office and provide them with a copy of your result. They will scan and upload it for you on the portal.

Note that you can upload your O level result more than once, in case you have an update or correction to make. However, you should do this before the admission process is completed, as you may not be able to make changes after that.

How can you upload your O level result?

The process of uploading your O level result on JAMB portal is simple and straightforward. Here are the steps you need to follow:

  • Locate and visit an accredited JAMB CBT centre or office near you. You can find the list of accredited centres and offices on the JAMB website .
  • Inform the staff that you want to upload your O level result on JAMB portal. You will need to pay a fee of between N300 and N1000, depending on the centre or office.
  • Provide them with a copy of your O level result (either WAEC or NECO; or both if you want to use combined results, or certificates from two sittings). Make sure that the result is clear and legible, and that it contains your name, examination number, centre number, and subjects.
  • Wait for them to scan and upload your result on the portal. You can also ask them to show you the screen to confirm that the upload is done correctly and completely.
  • Collect your printout or receipt as evidence of the upload.

How can you verify that your O level result has been uploaded successfully?

After uploading your O level result on JAMB portal, you should verify that it has been done successfully and that it reflects on your profile. To do this, you need to follow these steps:

  • Visit the JAMB e-facility portal at  and log in with your JAMB registered email and password.
  • Select your examination year and click on “Check Admission Status”.
  • Click on “Access my CAPS”.
  • Click on “My O level result” to view and confirm that your result has been uploaded and that it matches your original result.

If your O level result is not uploaded or does not match your original result, you should go back to the JAMB CBT centre or office and request for a correction or re-upload. You should do this as soon as possible, as any delay may affect your admission chances.

Frequently asked questions and answers

Here are some common questions and answers that you may have about uploading your O level result on JAMB portal:

  • Q: Can I upload my O level result on JAMB portal using my phone?
  • A: No, you cannot upload your O level result on JAMB portal using your phone. You need to visit an accredited JAMB CBT centre or office and use their computer and scanner to upload your result.
  • Q: Do I need to upload my original O level result or a printout from the exam website?
  • A: You can upload either your original O level result or a printout from the exam website, as long as it is clear and legible, and it contains your name, examination number, centre number, and subjects.
  • Q: Can I use two O level results from different exam bodies or sittings?
  • A: Yes, you can use two O level results from different exam bodies (WAEC, NECO, or NABTEB) or sittings, as long as you have the required number and combination of credits for your course of choice. You will need to upload both results on JAMB portal.
  • Q: Is it too late to upload my O level result on JAMB portal?
  • A: No, it is not too late to upload your O level result on JAMB portal, as long as JAMB is still offering admission. However, you should do it as soon as possible, as the earlier you upload your result, the better your chances of getting admission.
  • Q: What if I have a problem or complaint about uploading my O level result on JAMB portal?
  • A: If you have any problem or complaint about uploading your O level result on JAMB portal, you should contact JAMB through any of the following channels:
  • Phone: 08123658955, 08188840369, 07055520289
  • Email: support@jamb.gov.ng, utme@jamb.gov.ng
  • Twitter: @JAMBHQ
  • Facebook: JAMB Nigeria

Summary and final verdict

In summary, uploading your O level result on JAMB portal is a very important step that you must take to secure admission into your desired course and institution. You can upload your result during JAMB registration or after JAMB exam, depending on when you have your result. You need to visit an accredited JAMB CBT centre or office and pay a fee to upload your result. You also need to verify that your result has been uploaded successfully and that it matches your original result. You can upload your result more than once, in case you have an update or correction to make. You should upload your result as soon as possible, as any delay may affect your admission chances.

My final verdict is that uploading your O level result on JAMB portal is a simple and straightforward process that you should not neglect or ignore. It is one of the key requirements for admission through JAMB CAPS, and it can make a big difference in your admission outcome. Therefore, I advise you to upload your O level result on JAMB portal today and increase your chances of getting admission into your dream course and institution.

I hope you found this blog post helpful and informative. If you did, please share it with your friends and fellow JAMB candidates. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below. I will be happy to answer them and assist you in any way I can. Thank you for reading and good luck with your admission.

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