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Sunday, 26 January 2020

Awaiting Results for JAMB and Other Admissions: 20+ Facts

WHAT YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT O'LEVEL AND A'LEVEL AWAITING RESULTS, ITS USES AND LIMITS.

One of the most confusing areas when it comes to seeking admission is awaiting results. Candidates want to know what it means to use awaiting results for admission. Some don't even understand what AWAITING RESULT (AR) is.

This piece is carefully crafted to answer students' questions regards this.

What's Awaiting Result?

The first step to seeking admission is having a complete O'level results i.e WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, NBAIS etc. So, when you're about to write one or you've written it but the result is yet to be released, that's what is called awaiting result.

Usual results that can be awaited include WASSCE (school candidates or private candidates), NECO (internal or external candidates), NABTEB (May/June or Nov./Dec.) etc.

Note that, even though awaiting results are accepted by the majority of schools, however, using awaiting Nov/Dec series of NECO, WAEC, NABTEB results may not meet up with current year admission. This is because some schools might have completed their admission exercises before those results are released.

See: Can I Use GCE Awaiting Result For This Year Admission? See Answer

Also, if you use awaiting results for the JAMB UTME registration, it's important you return to any CBT centre to upload your SSCE result as soon as it's released by the exams body.

Even though some people may see this as unnecessary, yet JAMB has insisted that candidates using results not yet released should go back to CBT centres for uploading. Every admission year is not different.

Using Awaiting Results for the University, Polytechnic and College Admissions

One of the commonest questions about results not yet released is, can it be used for admission?

Yes, it can be.

Ordinarily, for each admission year, schools are expected to wait for the release of WASSCE May/June,  NECO June/July and NABTEB May/June before they end their admission exercises.

Recommended: Will NECO Meet Up With This Year Admission? See Answer

This is why very often, institutions wait for these exams bodies to release their results before they begin the admission processes. Some will delay their post UTME registrations or extend the closing dates.

However, in most cases, only WAEC May/June results will meet all schools' admissions while some might have ended their admission exercises before NECO and NABTEB May/June are released e.g. KWASU.

Using Awaiting Results for Schools of Nursing, Health Technology and Hygiene

Generally, all schools of nursing, colleges of health technology and schools of hygiene accept awaiting results. This was explained better in the post, "School of Nursing, Health Tech and Hygiene: Answers to Students’ Questions on Admissions". These schools, however, may warn applicants in their adverts if they won't accept AR.

The following schools of Nursing and health are known for allowing applicants to fill Awaiting Results during their applications.
  1. Ogun State School of Nursing and Midwifery, Idi-Aba, Abeokuta  
  2. Oyo State College of Nursing Eleyele, Ibadan  
  3. Ogun State College of Health Technology (OSCOTECH) Ilese Ijebu 
  4. University of Benin Teaching Hospital 

Using Awaiting Results for Foreign Admissions and Scholarships

It's not a usual thing to see scholarship openings considering students with results not yet released. This is because the primary basis for selecting applicants for such scholarships include the SSCE results, participation in a scheduled test (if any) etc.

If by any chance they will consider awaiting results for scholarships, it should be detailed in the scholarship adverts.

However, it has not occur in my experience for students to gain or seek admissions to foreign schools with awaiting result. In this case, your results must be ready before making foreign admission attempt.

Using Awaiting Results for Predegree, IJMB, JUPEB and Cambridge A'level

Predegree is a year course you can undertake before writing JAMB UTME and seek admission to the school where you underwent the preliminary course. IJMB or JUPEB is equally a year preliminary course but more intensive. Instead of taking UTME after its completion, you obtain JAMB DE form which will give you admission into 200 level.

For these three courses, you may be allowed to obtain their forms (using awaiting results) provided you will produce the SSCE result on or before the completion of the programme.

Best Related Posts

  1. List of Universities, Polytechnics or Colleges Accepting Awaiting Results
  2. Using Awaiting Results for Direct Entry (DE) and Universities Accepting it 
  3. Can Awaiting Result Candidates Do Change Of Institutions/Course? See Answer
  4. Check If Your O'level (SSCE) Result Has Been Truly Uploaded to JAMB Website/Portal
  5. Can I Use GCE Awaiting Result For This Year Admission? See Answer.

10 comments:

  1. Hi please I uploaded my A'level result on jamb portal but I was not able to change the exam Num, I was told that I need to do a correction of data and now correction of data has closed. Is there anyway I can correct this?

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    1. Change of data has not closed. Visit the nearest cafe or CBT for that.

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  2. Good day sir.Im using awaiting result for my admission this year.The problem is,my neco time table tally with the school processing and different state and I've been offered admission

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    1. I will advise you go for your NECO. If you can't meet up with the school, do a change of institution if possible.

      However, if the paper, on that day is not a required subject, you can still skip it for your post UTME.

      Best of luck.

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  3. What can I do? I dont want to miss the admission and I need the Exam

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    1. Subscribe to my newsletters. Check for the box to submit your email.

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  4. Please is unions or nsuk still selling remedial form for late entry student

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  5. Please sir i need your advice am graduating this year from NCE and i want to apply for DE this same year using awaiting result but the problem is that my school resul will be ready next year January or February and i really want to continue i don't want to stay at home please what can i do?

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    1. Use awaiting result for your DE application. Return to CBT centre when the result is released and upload.

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