A lot of candidates are eager to know whether their WAEC/O-level results is uploaded to the JAMB portal.
Yes, it’s actually possible. You should take into account that it there is a limited time for this to be done or you miss your chance of admission.
You only have to follow a few simple steps to upload your results to the database. The procedure will take a few minutes of your time.
Most students had already uploaded their results to school portals (during post UTME/screening registration) and there’s no need to worry about that. But what of the upload to the website of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board as instructed by the body?
JAMB and Schools have been sending warning messages (SMS) or website notice to admission seekers that they should make sure their O’level results are uploaded to both the school and JAMB portal.
Candidates have may be wanting to know answers to these series of questions:
- How do I know that my O’level result has been uploaded to JAMB portal?
- Do I have to visit CBT center or Café to check if the result was uploaded really?
- How can I confirm the upload online?
- Can I be able to check the upload on the JAMB portal through my profile?
- How will I upload my result to the JAMB website?
Steps In Uploading Your O-level Results
-First, you need to visit the official website at www.jamb.org.ng.
-Every candidate must have his/her own profile. If you are yet to create it, do so.. You can use JAMB Mobile App or register directly at www.jamb.org.ng.
-You must provide personal information (name, date of birth, email, place of origin). Only after logging into the account, will you be able to upload your results to the portal.
How To Check If Your O’level Results Was Uploaded On JAMB Portal 2019
If you are asking “How can I confirm and upload my WAEC result to JAMB portal?” here is the guide to help you.
- First, you have to scan your WAEC result.
- Then open the www.jamb.org.ng portal on your computer or phone.
- Log in to your profile by specifying the name and the password used when registering for JAMB.
- Upload WAEC results to the opened account by clicking on ‘upload ‘O’ level results” and click on ‘Submit’.
After uploading, be sure you have saved the data on your profile page.
Does Re-uploading Of Result Affects Everyone?
If you’ve already uploaded your SSCE results earlier during your UTME registration, you don’t need to re-upload it again.
The instruction/warning is more directed to applicants who used awaiting results during the registration because they were looking up to WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, or GCE results to be released.
Since they used Awaiting Results, they must go back to CBT center to upload their own results too.
Candidates who had used one result earlier but wish to replace or change it, can equally go back to CBT center and plead for replacement.
However, I’d got a notice that some CBT centres failed to upload most candidates’ results during UTME registration due to some issues they faced while the registration was on-going. This was why I release another comprehensive guide to help you understand what to do next.
How Will I Know If My Results Are Uploaded Already?
Now that you’re sure you had earlier submitted your SSCE results for CBT centre or you’ve gone back to upload the awaiting results, you may want to be sure they did it for you. How do you go by this?
Unfortunately, there is no open source for you to know if your results had been truly uploaded through your JAMB profile (at least not yet). There’s no way a café can check for you and tell you whether your results were uploaded or not.
To be sure you’re safe, kindly visit any CBT center and plead they should help you confirm if it’s done. I advise you use another CBT center than the one you registered with.
I can’t say if this will attract any payment, you should be ready to pay not to miss admission.
Nonetheless, there is no need to doubt it, if a CBT center had assured you during your registration that they had done it. That’s their work and what they are paid for. But if your school has released their admission lists, you merit to be on the lists but unfortunately, you’re not. Then, something must be wrong and it could be the O’level results missing.
One good way you will know if the result is truly uploaded is that, if you merit your school admission, you should come out in the first list through JAMB CAPS. If however, you’re not in the list, it may mean the O’level result is the brain behind the delay – as JAMB will not let your name be in the list unless your SSCE result is uploaded.
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