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Saturday, 5 January 2019

JAMB UTME/DE Form 2019/2020: Registration Date, Latest Price Update and More

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The Federal Government of Nigeria through the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu (after the Federal Executive Council meeting) has announced that the sales of 2019/2020 UTME form will commence sooner at a price below what we’re used to.

UPDATE:
UTME Form will be on sales by January 10, 2018.

The sitting has recently reported that the price of the form will now be reduced from N5000 to N3500. This, was, of course, announced on Wednesday, November 28.

In a related development, some sources have it that the sales of the said form will be live December. However, Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) has recently announced on their official Twitter handle that the form not yet on sales.

Important Information for Parents, Guardians and Applicants

  1. Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved the downward review of the examination registration fees from N5,000 to N3,500 effective from January 2019. This means the sales of the form may not start until JANUARY as FEC announced.
  2. According to the Head of Media of the Board, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, no specific date has been fixed for the commencement of the registration yet.
  3. JAMB is waiting for the pronouncement of the presidency on the reduction of the examinations fee, which was formally announced on Wednesday before they can set plan to start selling UTME forms. So, we should be on the lookout for the board’s news.

Hot-Takes for 2019/2020 Sales of JAMB form

  1. No official date yet to start selling or visiting CBT centre for the registration. There’s no need to worry. Just subscribe to this blog so you can receive an immediate update when the forms are out for purchase
  2. The price announced would only be face value for the form. However, the expected price should be N4000. This will include bank or seller charges.
  3. Applicants should be ready to pay N700 for CBT centre charges for the registration and another N700 for Mock exams (if interested)
  4. Applicants should get set for the UTME registration by studying JAMB brochure to avoid errors and check the subject combinations for their proposed courses.
  5. Also, see modalities the 2019 application will take to prepare forearmed.
  6. Applicants should consider reading my well-crafted post on how to prepare for JAMB and pass within weeks. It will be your best read this year. That post contains tested and trusted resources to help you pass in flying colour.
  7. Applicants should prepare themselves for the registration and you can take the advantage of Catchment Areas and Educationally Less Developed States.
  8. In case you want to use awaiting result (if you will write the next WAEC, NECO or GCE), consider reading this post, "AWAITING RESULTS: Answers to Students' Questions on Admission"

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