How to upload WAEC/NECO/GCE to JAMB PORTAL

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It will be recalled that JAMB earlier directed that candidates who registered for 2021 UTME should ensure they upload their O’level results before the end of admission of their choice institution or they will end up losing their admission. By 2021 admission we meant the Second batch of the lock down people, which were intended to be merged together, although almost all 2020 candidate has seen their admission on their caps which brings the focus on 2021. Thank God for the 2021 WAEC where almost everyone pass, which means admission this year could be competitive and at the same time easy for who follow it smartly,  and that is why our site is here for you.

We have confirmed that the process has begun. Candidates who applied for 2021 UTME using awaiting result can now upload their WAEC/NECO results on the JAMB Portal.

All candidates whether or not they used awaiting result are advised to ensure they check their portal again to confirm their O’level result is still intact on the JAMB portal. For some person message earlier some days ago about not been sure, although I told them if you did not use awaiting result, your O level you took to the accredited centre at registration must have been uploaded, but to fulfil all righteousness, If you are in doubt concerning whether or not your O’level result is still intact on the JAMB portal, you are advised to re-upload the result.

At the moment, many candidates have been able to upload their results on the JAMB portal.

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If you are among those that registered for JAMB this year, you are advised to visit any JAMB accredited centre or JAMB office to upload your WAEC/NECO results.

To make it easier, check these facile step by step ANSMYQUES website has gotten for you :
Steps To Upload To WAEC/NECO Result On JAMB Portal

• 1. Visit an accredited JAMB CBT centre or JAMB office

• 2. Ensure You go with a copy of your O’level result (WAEC/NECO) as well as the email address associated with your JAMB profile.

• 3. Once you get to the CBT centre or JAMB office, request for an upload of your O’level result on JAMB Portal.

Note: This will attract a fee of N500 or thereabout. Don’t go there empty handed and be feeling entitled, you most likely wouldn’t be listened to.

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