The JAMB Original Result Slip and JAMB Admission Letter are two important documents every JAMB candidate will have to print at one time or the other during the admission process to any tertiary institutions in Nigeria.
The JAMB Result Slip is needed during Post-UTME Registration and even during the Screening exercise most times while the Admission Letter may be requested much later after the candidate may have secured admission. Both Documents are usually requested during Admission Clearance.
It is important therefore that candidates ensure that they print only the Original copies of these documents. Many Cyber Cafes and Business centres do print and give fake Original slip and Admission letters to candidates without the candidates’ knowledge. Some candidates also in a bid to manipulate their admission do forge result slips and admission letters.
Based on this, JAMB has provided means that anyone can use to differentiate Original and the real JAMB Result slip and Admission letter from the fake ones.
How To Know Original JAMB Result Slip And Admission Letter
1.Using Security Features
- Barcode bearing vital information has been placed on the 2 documents
- Online payment reference number should reflected on the 2 documents
- Your JAMB Registration number is placed as a watermark across the 2 documents
For those who have not printed their Result Slip OR Admission Letter, they will find the following message displayed on the screen when viewed: “Result slip not yet printed. Any Result Slip presented is therefore fake” OR “Admission Letter not yet printed. Any Admission Letter presented is therefore fake”
For those who have printed each of the 2 documents, they will have the following message displayed on their screen when viewed:” Original Result Slip Printed or Original Admissions Letter Printed”
3.Using Personal Details
The Original JAMB Results Slip and Admission Letter should bear information like the following: Name, JAMB Registration number, Name of the institution and Course you applied to and your Passport Photograph.