JAMB 2020 Slip Reprint Date: Very quickly the JAMB 2020 Registration Examination date is getting closer and of no doubt the next step for Candidates that has registered and will still register to take is the Slip Reprinting which will enable you see your center, seat number and venue.
Since we already know the JAMB registration closing date, I have gotten so many questions from JAMB Candidates as regards when JAMB 2020 reprinting of slip will start.
The good news is that in this article, I have made all necessary information available from the JAMB Board and confirmed the I formation to be valid. So here you will see when JAMB slip Reprint will start and possibly show you how to Reprint JAMB Slip.
Without futher ado, let’s go into the full gist!
When Will JAMB 2020 Reprinting Of Slip Begin?
According to the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) board, the JAMB 2020 Slip Reprint will Start On the 7th of March 2020. The slip ending date is however yet to be concluded.
Flashing back to history, JAMB slip Reprint usually begin few days to the Examination day. With this, you will agree with me JAMB examination is fast approaching.
When Will JAMB Reprinting Of Slip Close?
Even after knowing when the Reprinting Of Slip will Start, some Candidates may still take it for granted thinking they will be time to do that later on.
But considering how JAMB now work things, it will shock you to know that JAMB slip Reprint does not exceed more than two(2) weeks.
In other words, JAMB Slip Reprint will start on 7th March, 2020 and end in two weeks time to this date. I believe you should be able to do the calculation of the closing date.
How To Reprint JAMB Slip 2020/2021
It is not costly to Reprint JAMB slip to see your exam center, exam date, seat number and venue. Infact, you do not need to visit an accredited CBT center to Reprint your JAMB Slip.
You can visit any cyber cafe closer to you and get it done in a matter of 2minutes even for a token of N100 (Hundred Naira Only).
To know how to Reprint your JAMB Examinations Slip, See Here.
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