The 2018/2019 JAMB UTME registration was supposed to be closed on Tuesday 6th of February, but was postponed till 11th. So many candidates who may have made some spelling errors, date of birth, local government origin or subject combination error during the registration, are hereby told to relax as it is not going to affect your result neither your admission, if you make a high score in JAMB and then later proceed to change.

The best news is that you can now do change or correction of your name spelling or position, using the JAMB Short Code (55019).

Please note that this change can only be done using the mobile number used to create the profile.

To correct the name currently on your registration form, send the correct SURNAME, FIRST NAME, MIDDLE NAME as a text message to 55019. For Instance; AREWA PETER OLUSHOLA to 55019.

 JAMB UPDATE: How to Correct Your Data After JAMB 2018/2019 Registration

NOTE: If candidate has been Thumb-printed already, You would have to proceed to the bank to pay a fee of 2500 to JAMB, with a generated remita (RRR) code from the registration center for Data correction. Correction can only be done once using the JAMB registration platform any registration center.

NOTE: Do not pay any money to any stranger who claims to be an agent or JAMB co-ordinator, as you might be deceived and may be disqualified for malpractice.

Feel Free to contact us for more information or drop your enquiries in the comment box below and we would help you.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Please I have been trying to do change of course for my utme 2018/2019. It page reads change of data from 2017 downward.what should I do, and I write my jamb this year 2018

  2. Sorry for such experience, please change your browser or clear its history and revisit jamb.org.ng and make sure to log in using your email and password. Navigate to the application for data correction and you will succeed. For more help, call Admin on 09069366390

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