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Monday, 13 January 2020

JAMB UTME/DE Form 2020/2021: Registration Date, Latest Price Update and More

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The 2020/2021 JAMB UTME/DE Form will be on sales on January 13, 2020. You will find answers to other questions, right on this page.

Asking JAMB whether the sales of new JAMB form has commenced, the body has affirmed that the form was not on sales as of now.

The latest news, however, has it that both UTME and DE form will be on sales between January 13 and February 17.



Having said that, prospective applicants should be aware that both UTME and DE forms will be on sales at the same time. Hence, interested candidates shouldn't wait until it's too late to obtain their forms.

Subscribe to schoolcontents.info so I can send you an email message as soon as UME/DE starts selling.

Exams Date: According to JAMB, UTME will hold between March 14 and April 4.


2020/2021 Sales of DE and UTME Form Application Procedures

The Federal Government of Nigeria through the Minister of Education has announced that the sales of 2020/2021 UTME form will commence sooner at a price below what we’re used to.

Hot-Takes for 2020/2021 Sales of JAMB form

  1. 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.
  2. Applicants should be ready to pay N700 for CBT centre charges for the registration and another N700 for Mock exams (if interested)
  3. Applicants should get set for the UTME registration by studying the JAMB brochure to avoid errors and check the subject combinations for their proposed courses.
  4. Also, see modalities the 2020 application will take to prepare forearmed.
  5. 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 color.
  6. Applicants should prepare themselves for the registration and you can take advantage of Catchment Areas and Educationally Less Developed States.
  7. 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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