A Guide to JAMB Regularization Portal Requirements

A Guide to JAMB Regularization Portal Requirements


JAMB regularization is the process of correcting errors on your JAMB registration details or O’level results after you’ve already registered for UTME. Maybe you made a mistake entering your name, age, state of origin, or subject grade. Regularization allows you to amend these details so your registration and results are correct before your exams.

The regularization process is done through the JAMB e-Facility portal. To use the portal, you will need:

  1. Your JAMB registration number from your UTME registration
  2. A recent passport photograph
  3. Evidence of payment of the regularization fees (around N2,500)

Once you have these, you can log in to the e-Facility portal and select ‘Regularization of Data’ to get started. Here you will be able to view your current registration details and make any necessary amendments or corrections. Be very careful when entering the corrected information, as no further changes will be allowed after you submit.

Double-check that all the details – your name, age, state of origin, and O’level grades – are correctly entered. Even small errors can cause issues later on. It’s best to have your O’level result slips on hand to verify subject grades.

When you are fully satisfied, submit your corrections. Your amended details will now appear on your profile and statement of result. With the regularization complete, you can proceed confidently to your UTME exam.

Regularization may seem like an inconvenience, but ensuring your registration details are 100% accurate is worth the effort for a smooth JAMB experience. Take the time to get it right!

Documents Required for JAMB Regularization

To complete JAMB regularization, you’ll need to gather some important documents. The specific papers required depend on your unique situation, but here’s an overview of what you may need:

1. Educational Certificates

Copies of your high school diplomas, statements of results (SSCE/WASSCE), or other relevant academic certificates will likely be requested. Make sure you have the originals and several printed copies on hand.

2. Birth Certificate

An original copy of your birth certificate is essential for confirming your identity and age. If you don’t have your birth certificate, you can obtain a new certified copy from the National Population Commission.

3. Evidence of Name Change (If Applicable)

If your current name is different from the name on your birth certificate or other documents, you’ll need to provide evidence of the legal name change, such as a sworn affidavit or newspaper publication.

4. Passport Photographs

You’ll need to provide several recent passport-style photos of yourself for your JAMB regularization records. The photos must be in color, with a white background and full-face view directly facing the camera.

5. Payment Receipts

Don’t forget to bring copies of your payment receipts as evidence that you’ve paid all necessary JAMB regularization fees. The specific fees depend on the services you need.

A Guide to JAMB Regularization Portal Requirements

Step-by-Step Guide to the JAMB Regularization Process

To complete the JAMB regularization process, you’ll need to follow some important steps.

1. Gather Your Documents

First, make sure you have digital copies of the following documents:

  • Your JAMB registration slip
  • Your O’level result(s)
  • A copy of your birth certificate or age declaration

2. Access the JAMB Portal

Next, visit JAMB’s website and locate the “eFacility Portal.” Create an account or log in with your existing credentials. Find and click the “Regularization” option.

3. Complete the Application Form

You’ll be prompted to fill out an online application with details like your registration number, exam year, personal information, and more. Double-check that all details match exactly with your registration slip and other documents.

4. Upload Supporting Documents

After submitting the application, you’ll need to upload copies of the documents you gathered. Make sure the files are clear and legible before uploading. Your application cannot be processed without these files.

5. Await Approval

Once your application and documents have been submitted, they will be reviewed by JAMB officials. This typically takes 3 to 5 business days. You’ll receive an email or SMS once your application has been approved or if further action is needed.

6. Print Your Approval Slip

If approved, log back into the portal and print your regularization approval slip. This slip can be used as evidence for admission and other purposes. Your school and university will need to verify the approval on the JAMB portal as well.

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That covers the basic steps to complete JAMB regularization using the eFacility portal. Be sure to start the process early and check back frequently for any updates to avoid delays.

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