How to Print Original JAMB Result Slip from 1978 till Date

This article is about How you can easily print your Original JAMB Result. Ensure you read to the end to get all you want.

This is to notify all the JAMB candidates that Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB UTME original result slip (that comes with your passport photograph embedded) is now ready for printing online.

Original jamb result slip

This is to inform all the candidates who participated in the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and years before, conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) that they can now print their original results slips online.

Note: Candidates will need to pay N1,000 online to be able to access and print their original results slips on JAMB portal.

The original result slip is what you will need to tender during admission screening.

For those without an account on JAMB’s website, you will have to create one. See: How to Create a JAMB Online Profile.

You can do it yourself, but you will need to make a payment of N1,000 on JAMB portal to access and print the original result slip.

How to Print JAMB Original Result Slip

  • Login to your JAMB profile through https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/efacility/Login.
  • Under the list of services (on the left side of the page), click on the “Print Result Slip“.

jamb result print slip

  • Now click “continue with payment” to make payment via the Remita platform.

jamb result continue to payment

  • After a successful payment, you can now proceed to print your result slip by ‘selecting your exam year’ and entering your ‘JAMB Registration Number’ in the required columns.

Note: You can request your result slip to be sent to your email or be printed directly from the portal.

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Nwachukwu Chukukwuebuka J. known as (Mr. Jay) is the founder and editor of DONBIGS. He loves keeping students/readers updated with educational news from various sources.

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