THE Jamb 2017 Statistics has
not been released! It is time for candidates who applied for admission into their school of choice and course to know how many other students are competing.
The Jamb 2017 Registration has ended and the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has officially released the Jamb Statistics for 2017.
Update: Unfortunately, this data is no longer available for 2017. The JAMB UTME Statistical Data was removed after the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB redesigned and reorganized its online portal.
JAMB Registration Statistics 2016/2017 – Number of Candidates for All Schools
This information captures the number of candidates that applied specifically for your course in your individual school of choice for the 2016/17 academic session.
Candidates can view the numbers of candidates that applied for any course/school by following the steps below;
1. Go to Jamb Official portal by CLICKING HERE
2. When the page loads up, in the Programme box, select your programme (i.e. 1st Degree, OND, etc)
3. Institution: chose your institution from the drop down box.
4. The page will load up and display the number of candidates for your course and school.
Jamb 2016 Examination Date
The official date for the Jamb 2016/17 has not been released. We will inform you once it is out.
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Why is it that the Jamb who are suppose to regulate all partaining admission, are but reverse is the case. Last year 2015 we wrote jamb pass very well went for the post utme at Nasarawa state university. So when the admission list came out, we check the Jamb website we could not find the list there. Which idealy it’s suppose to get to them first before. Going to the notice board. But instead it was within the school. What can Jamb say about it?
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