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After Accepting Admission on School Portal, What Next?

Once JAMB offers you admission, there will be a sigh of relief. The next thing to do after accepting admission on the JAMB CAPS is to print the original JAMB result and JAMB admission letter.

And that seems to be all you owe JAMB except where the course offered is different from the one earlier applied for which will require you to do another change of course.

Meanwhile, just like JAMB, each school should also offer candidates admissions on the schools' portals.

Depending on the one that's faster, the school offers may come before the JAMB. And it doesn't matter which one comes first or last. What is important is knowing and taking the right steps after the admission offers.

Once the school offers you admissions and it's accepted, below are the necessary steps to take or procedures to follow.

1. Accept Admission on the School Portal

Usually, after being offered by your university, polytechnic, college of education, school or nursing, or any other institution, the next thing is paying the acceptance fee.

The payment of the acceptance fee is referred to as "acceptance of admission on the school portal".  Generally, to date, all universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education will require this payment.

It's beyond clicking on "Accept" just like on JAMB. There is generally a requirement to pay the specific amount set by the school before they know you've accepted the admission offer.

This payment, of course, will be made on the school admission portal.

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2. Go to School For Fresher Documentation or Screening

Mostly, institutions will not ask you to pay the school fees immediately after paying the acceptance fee. They will want you to come to the campus with a few documents.

These documents may include the acceptance receipt, application form, O'level results and similar education credentials, local government identification, birth certificate, and so on.

They will check these documents and clear you as a fresher. Then, you're asked to pay the tuition and continue with your classes.

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