How to Accept or Reject your Admission on the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPs) portal. JAMB CAPS For 2018/2019 Admission Exercise has been Activated.
We are using this platform to inform all the candidates who are seeking for admission into various tertiary institutions for the 2018/2019 academic session that the JAMB CAPS has been activated for the admission exercise. What this means is that admission seekers can now monitor their admission status and easily know when they have been offered an admission.
When a candidate is offered admission, such candidate is required to do either of two things; to accept the admission or to reject it. The choice is entirely yours and yours alone. Jamb caps admission status.
Please note: Once a candidate accept the admission offer, your admission quest is over for that session (i.e. 2018/2019 session) as you will no longer be able to apply for other schools. However, if you reject the admission, you become available to other schools who have free admission slots for admission consideration.
Candidates who have been offered admission on JAMB CAPS are expected to print their admission letter after accepting the admission, as they will likely need this during clearance and registration in the school they are admitted into.
From what we know, some schools may not even publish list of admitted candidates on their own website or notice board. So for candidates that applied for admission in such schools, the only way to know when you are admitted is to check your admission status on JAMB CAPS.
How to Check Admission Status on JAMB CAPS
See the guideline below for JAMB caps accept admission status.
1. Go to Jamb portal: www.jamb.org.ng/efacility
2. Enter your Email and Password in the space provided
3. Click on CAPS
4. Select Admission status
5. On admission profile, accept or reject offer of admission.
About JAMB CAPS Portal
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) is introduced for the purpose of transparency and credibility of admission process. The system is designed in such a way that Tertiary Institution can only admitted candidates who meet their cut-off points. A candidate who fails to meet the cutoff mark, such a candidate would be denied admission regardless of his or her ‘connections’ in the society.
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