How much is JAMB change of course institution fee?: One of the trending questions asked by JAMB candidates now is “How much is JAMB change of institution in 2020?”. JAMB change of institution is an opportunity made by JAMB to enable candidates who made the mistake (of choosing a wrong institution particularly) during their registration, to correct it. More so, it is an opportunity for candidates who want to change their course or institution to a less competitive one.
JAMB 2020/2021 change of institution has officially started. However, if you want to know the exert price for JAMB change of course and institution, I enjoin you to scroll than this page for explicit details.
How much is JAMB change of institution?
The price for JAMB change of institution is N2,500 (Two thousand five hundred naira). According to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), this money should be paid directly to any official directed to collect such in JAMB office. I personally recommend students to do their JAMB change of institution in any recognized JAMB office around them because, it is the only place where one can be rest assured that the job will be done correctly. If you are going to a cyber café to change your institution, note that the price might be slightly higher than the one above. Thus, it is advisable to go with an additional N1,000 with you.
When is the closing date for JAMB change of institution?
JAMB 2020 change of institution has finally started. Thus, there is no closing date or deadline for JAMB change of institution or course according to JAMB. However, if you want me to inform you; whenever it is announced, kindly enter your email in the subscription box below this post.
Yeah! There you can see the exert price for JAMB change of institution in 2020. I believe that anyone who have read this post from beginning till this point, will no longer ask the question “How much is JAMB change of institution?”. In a recap, I have stated that the price for JAMB 2020 change of institution is N2,500 (Two thousand, five hundred naira). If you have any question on the topic, do well to ask me using the comment section.
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