Tuesday, December 24, 2013

PROCEDURE/STEP ON HOW TO REGULARIZE YOUR JAMB REGISTRATION NUMBER FREE

CONTACT ADDRESS
ST. CHARLES EDUCATIONAL SERVICE
(Jamb Accredited Registration Centre for 2014 UTME Online Processing)
6 Ejemudarho Street (situated at Fasco Table Water Building) Up-stare,
Opposite Okere Urhobo Kingdom Palace Main Gate,
Off Okumagba Avenue Road & Cinema Site/Junction,
Warri, Delta State.
mobile no: 08051311885
email:charlisco@gmail.com

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1.> Visit the website www.jamb.org.ng and click the link regularization or click on the link below
http://jamb.org.ng/postregistrationefacility/Regularize.aspx

2.> Enter the jamb registration number given to you by your school and click on validate.




3.> Fill in your necessary data; upload your passport and capture your right and left finger thumb print and click on submit/saved.



 

4.>Then visit the link www.jamb.org.ng and click on the year, the said institution offer you admission, click on the link Amend Data (Regularized Candidate Only)

5.>Enter your jamb registration number and click on Validate, confirm if the data displays are correct and click on update




TO CONFIRM THAT YOUR DATA IS PROPERLY SAVED
6.>Still on the said year link, click on the link Check Admission Status,



7.>Enter your jamb registration number and click on check admission status
IF DONE CORRECTLY YOUR ADMISSION STATUS WILL DISPLAY AS SHOW IN THE IMAGE BELOW


still having problem processing yours, visit us at our office address stated above

Questions and Answers
Q: Who is to Regularize.
A: Candidate who gain admission without Jamb registration number or his/her mode of admission does not required jamb registration number.

For 2015 Direct Entry online registration
Candidate who Jamb registration number is not showing ADMISSION OFFERED when checked online on jamb website


Q: I have jamb registration number already, can it be regularize.
A:Any jamb registration number that has result when check online can not be regularized,
or any registration number you obtain through the normal online processing of JAMB/UTME/POLY of which later you sat for an exam, can not be regularize.


Q: What type of Jamb registration number that can be regularize
A: jamb registration number given to you, from the school you graduated from.
NOTE: Some Institution do charge their student between the range of N4600 - N6000 to process and obtained it from jamb.



8 comments:

  1. thnks, really helpfull.

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  2. very informative and helpful

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  3. Your site is good and informative,but I'm still having difficulty in regularisation of my jamb registration number,im not a jambite,but our school generate the number for us,but the jamb site was displaying that the number could not be found please help me out!

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  4. plz i entered through jamb in 2008 but was not given jamb admission letter can i regularized

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  5. Please reply!
    My school(Auchipoly) is asking for #5,500 for jamb regularisation number. I entered th school with jamb utme and graduated from civil Engineerin Techn. this Sept. Do I need to pay for any money since I already hav , jamb reg sinc 2010.

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  6. why is it saying my number does not exist pls help

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  7. Please I am having problem with thumbprint it is popping out a message that application blocked. How do I go about this? Kindly assist please

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  8. I was regularize to and 2014 by my school but now i can entered my jamb number

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