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Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Check If Your O'level Result Has Been Truly Uploaded to JAMB Website/Portal

Does Re-uploading of Result Affect All Admission Seekers?
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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 started to ask me a series of questions:
  1. How will I be sure that my O’level result has been uploaded to the JAMB portal?
  2. Do I have to visit CBT center or Café to check if the result was uploaded really?
  3. How can I confirm the upload online?
  4. Can I be able to check the upload on the JAMB portal through my profile?
  5. How will I upload my result to the JAMB website? Can I do it myself on phone?

Read: WAEC, NECO or NABTEB Withheld, Outstanding and Cancelled Results: Meaning and Solutions

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.

Read also:
3 Quick Methods to Retrieve/Get Back Your JAMB Profile Code

Does Re-uploading of Result Affect All Admission Seekers?

No.

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, NBAIS or GCE results to be released.

Since they used AR, they must go back to CBT center to upload their own results too. Read more in my post, “How to Upload WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or NBAIS results to JAMB portal”.

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 released another comprehensive guide to help you understand what to do next. Check, "NO ADMISSION YET, Why O’level Result is the Reason for Delay.

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?

In order to be sure whether your SSCE result was uploaded or not, follow the two methods below:

Method #1
  1. Visit your JAMB profile here or click https://www.jamb.org.ng/eFacility_/Login
  2. Log in with your JAMB profile email and profile password. See how to recover your email or password here.
  3. Now, you're on your dashboard. Scroll to the end of the page to locate "Check Admission Status"
  4. On the next page, locate "Access My CAPS". Click this to diplay "My O'level"

Method #2
  1. While on your dashboard now. Locate the search box by the left conner of your page. Type "CAPS" in the search box. Then, search.
  2. This will show Admission. Click to expand that and click Check 2018 or 2019 UTME/DE Admisison Status on CAPS.
  3. On the next page, locate "My O'level" by the left side. Click on this to display your O'level results as uploaded by the CBT centre.
  4. NOTE: If you're using a mobile phone, consider using Chrome Browser. Click on the Menu icon (it looks like 4 short lines over one another by the right conner) to see the Search box. Then, follow other instruction 3, 4 and 5 above.

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