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JAMB Speaks on Sales of 2021/2022 UTME Form. Latest Update

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Admission seekers have been on the lookout for the time the 2021 UTME form will commence.

Some fake news had it earlier that the board had started selling the forms. I got lots of calls for that. That’s why I posted, “When is the Next JAMB form Coming Out? What Applicants Must Know

In that post, I had said, it's likely we have the form on sales by February. This was based on the latest update from the official desk.

There also was a report that the board has recently announced to start selling the form in the month of November.

The board has just cleared the air about some updates that JAMB has started selling UTME forms for this year. This quick update was posted on the board’s Twitter handle.

Kindly disregard news from any source stating that the Board has begun sales of it UTME application documents. Such news reports are false.

With this clarification, it’s no more a doubt that the board has not commenced selling form through any channels. Hence, aspiring admission seekers should wait until the official update – announcing the commencement of the 2020 admission exercise.

However, the report was silent about the actual date people should be waiting for the form to be out for purchase.

Several students asked beneath the update whether the board will announce the date sooner but no response from the handler yet (as at the time of this post)

Having said that, if you want to receive updates directly to your email when the form is announced, kindly subscribe to this blog. You will continue to enjoy my updates and guides about schools, admission, and jobs.

In the meantime, prospective admission seekers should register for the National ID cards as the board has insisted it will use the NIN in regtering applicants this year.

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