JAMB Mop Up exam 2020 Scheduled for More Than 12,000 Students

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JAMB Mop Up exam 2020 Scheduled for More Than 12,000 Students

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) had scheduled a date for the mop-up examination for more than twelve thousand (12,000) students nationwide; who have not seen their results of the March JAMB UTME examination.

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) announced that the Mop-up exam will be on 26th May, while the printing of exam slips begins today, ‘Monday’ and all the necessary information had been dispersed among the eligible candidates through SMS and electronic mail.

Eligible candidates are advised to proceed to the printing of their JAMB UTME examination slips and prepare their selves thoroughly for the upcoming mop-up exam as scheduled on the 26th of May. The eligible candidates are categorized as listed below.


Categories of Candidate Eligible for The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Mop up Exam.

Candidates whose biometrics were not captured during the initial period of the JAMB UTME examination in March.

Candidates who have not seen their results since the end of the JAMB UTME examinations which took place in March to date and was not booked for exam malpractice.

Applicants who were unable to print out their e-slip during the initial JAMB UTME EXAMINATIONS.

Candidates whose centers were canceled for malpractice suspicion.

However, Candidates who involved their selves and caught in illicit acts of examination malpractice and centers where a case of malpractice has been confirmed against them would not partake in the rescheduled mop-up examinations.

How to Print The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Mop up Exam Slips

  • Visit www.jamb.org.ng
  • Click on the ‘UTME 2019 Examination Slip’.
  • Or visit www.jamb.org.ng/ExamSlipPrinting2/PrintExaminationSlip
  • Input your JAMB reg number or email or phone number.
  • Click on the ‘Print Examination Slip’.

Remember to come with your examination slip on the exam day which is Saturday 26th May.

20 Comments on “JAMB Mop Up exam 2020 Scheduled for More Than 12,000 Students”

  1. Hi I am Abubakar Ibrahim lamido a candidate of 2019 I was registered jamb in the year 2019 and actually I didn’t wrote it due to my Turnprint issue does not carried out my fingers and they have rescheduled for candidate to rewrite the exams and I searched my name was not please I am in need of help of writing this mop up EXAMINATION if possible I am from a poor family help me

  2. JAMB MOP UP result has not being out for the past three weeks or even more
    I would love to know if the result would ever be out..
    So students like me can stop hoping to use JAMB to enter university and register for other programmes
    Please just give us a definite answer instead of wasting valuable time

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