Jamb Reprint Slip For 2022/2023 – [Date & Steps]

April 30, 2022 by Olamilekan

Every candidate taking the UTME in 2022 must have a jamb reprint slip as one of their mandatory credentials.

We’ll show you what to do with the jamb reprinted slip and how to get it printed here.

I believe you must have finally registered for JAMB before arriving on this page.

If you’re yet to complete your registration or you don’t have an account please do before the deadline.

Those who are taking the UTME for the first time may be curious about what the jamb slip comprises.

It’s time to dive into it.

What is Jamb Reprint slip

The jamb reprint slip is a document that gives information on candidates who are taking the UTME exam.

The jamb slip also functions as a duplicate of the unified tertiary and matriculation examination permit.

Importance of jamb Slip printing

You might have been wondering and asking yourself what exactly do I need this slip for since I already did a successful JAMB registration.

One of the most crucial use of the jamb reprinted slip is that it serves as your exam permit.

Just like your Waec ID card or NECO photo card, the jamb slip also guarantee your permission into the exam hall.

The jamb reprinted slip, on the other hand, is in the form of a piece of paper. As a result, store it in a cool, dry location.

Another importance of the slip is that it allows you to know where your exam will be held.

During jamb registration, most people do not select a nearby town.

You will be placed in any CBT center in the town you choose.

Getting the precise address of the exam venue is with the help of the reprinted slip.

By now you shouldn’t have question like how do I know my jamb exam center.

Finally, the jamb reprint of slip helps you know the schedule time for your exam.

Incase you don’t know, the unified tertiary and matriculation examination is written in batch.

You may be unaware of this because it’s your first time of sitting for the exam.

The jamb exam is set to commence for different set of candidates with 2 hours interval.

I don’t think I need to inform you that you need to start improving on your question-answering accuracy.

After reprinting your jamb slip, you will be able to determine your exam time.

When is 2022 jamb reprint of slip Date

The reprinting is scheduled to begin on Saturday April 30, 2022.

You currently have the grace of printing your jamb exam slip before the day of your exam.

Note that lateness won’t be tolerated by the joint admission and matriculation board.

Therefore, avoid any excuse that could lead to lateness.

How much Will The Reprint cost

The governing board of the unified tertiary and matriculation exam imposed no fee for printing the slip.

Meaning that you won’t be paying JAMB for reprinting of slip.

However, you can only print the jamb slip at zero cost if you have a printer.

If you don’t have this, figure out how much the cafe you’ll be visiting will charge you.

How much will cafe charge?

I can’t give you an answer because the cost of their service fluctuates.

Above all, depending on the amount of copies you printed, the printing should not cost more than a thousand naira.

Make at least three (3) color or monochrome copies of the slip (black & white).

To avoid losing important information, make sure no part of the slip is cropped or cut off.

I say this because I’ve received questions like “why isn’t my jamb center displaying on my slip?”.

How to Do jamb reprint of slip with email

Because it’s the simplest method, I’ll start with how to print your jamb slip with email.

  • To begin, open your mail box.
  • Use the Google mail link if you’re using Gmail.
  • In your email, look for noreply@jamb.gov.ng.
  • A PDF-formatted email will be appended to the slip.
  • Check your spam folder if you can’t locate it in your inbox.
  • Finally, download it and print it out.
  • That’s all.

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Reprinting of jamb exam permit via jamb portal

Here comes the second means of printing your jamb slip.

This process involves the usage of a web browser to access the reprinting link.

  • Visit https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/ExamSlipPrinting/PrintExaminationSlip to begin
  • You will see a field where you can input your email address, jamb registration number or phone.
  • Type any of three details requested there and click on print examination slip.
  • Bear it in mind that the details you are to input must be the ones you used during registration.

Details contained in the reprinted slip

To confirm that what you printed is accurate, and that it is the jamb reprint slip, here are the details that should be included.

  • Full name
  • Jamb Registration Number
  • State of origin
  • D.O.B (date of birth).
  • Gender
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Nationality
  • Passport

After you’ve printed it, you’ll be able to see the rest.

How many times can 2022 Jamb reprint be done

It’s possible to do it as many times as you like.

However, keep in mind the printing costs each time you go to the cafe.

If you misplaced or lost your jamb reprint slip, I’m utilizing this means to inform you that you can still reprint it.

Let me cover some questions you might be willing to ask without wasting too much time.

Questions mostly asked on jamb reprint of slip

Can I change my email in the reprint slip?

Your jamb slip consist of the details you’ve previously used therefore you can’t edit it.

All you need to is do is return to a CBT center after your exam for correction such as change of name likewise email.

I made mistake while filling my O’level subject and grade can I still change it ?

Yes, absolutely. After your exam, go to the jamb office or a CBT center to upload your O’level results.

My jamb subject combination is wrong can it be changed?

This is a huge oversight. Because the exam hasn’t started yet, head to the nearest CBT center for corrections.

Finally, the jamb reprinting of slips has begun. We may not be able to answer all of your queries.

If you have any questions, please contact us or share this post with your fellow jambites.

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