Print Original JAMB Result Slip (2021 UTME) Online

Original JAMB UTME result slip printing for 2020 has commenced on the official website of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board. All candidates who took part in the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination are hereby notified of this development. You can now go to the result slip printing portal of JAMB.

NOTE: If what you are looking for is to re-print your JAMB exam slip, click here instead – How to Reprint JAMB UTME Exam Slip 2021 Yourself.

We use this medium to inform all candidates that the JAMB 2020 UTME original result slip that comes with your passport photograph on it is available for printing online. Be informed that you have to pay N1,000 online to be able to access and print their original results slips on JAMB portal.

Print JAMB Result Slip

How To Print JAMB Result Slip For 2021 Admission

Candidates who want to print their original JAMB result slip for 2020 should go to the UTME slip-printing portal. This is something you can, and should do yourself. You just need to find a way to make a payment of N1,000 on JAMB portal to access and print the original slip of JAMB UTME Result.

Step-by-Step Procedure for Printing the Slip

Candidates should:

  • Now click “continue with payment” to make payment via the Remita platform.
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  • After a successful payment, you can now proceed to printing your result slip by ‘selecting your exam year’ and entering your ‘JAMB registration Number’ in the required column.

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

Admission/Post-UTME screening for 2020/2021 admission will soon across schools in the country and you will be able to print your admission status afterwards. We have a page dedicated to updating JAMB candidates on List of Schools Whose Post-UTME Forms Are Out. You may want to check that out.

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