The major purpose of this article is to let you know that Jamb Redistribution List 2015 Now on www.Jamb.org.ng and also show you the steps on how you are going to Check Your Name in Jamb Redistribution List Here.
It came to our notice on 26 July 2015 that the The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said that it has released a new jamb redistributed list of candidates who had cut-off marks less than what their first choice required to other institutions.
JAMB board has urged candidates and parents to check the Board’s website from Friday, July 31st, 2015 for their jamb redistributed list of the candidates names and institutions they are placed to.
In our effort to making sure that all the 2015/ 2016 jamb candidates get admission this year after the universities POST UTME, we thought it is wise candidates and parents learns how to check their Jamb Redistribution List 2015 which is now on www.Jamb.org.ng.
Steps to check Jamb Redistribution List 2015
- Visit the official website of jamb at http://www.jamb.org.ng
- Click on Check Where you have been posted for Admission
- Enter your Jamb Registration number.
- click on Check Where you have been posted for Admission again.
Or just click here to go to Check Where you have been posted for Admission page straight.
NOTE: The Jamb Redistribution List is only for those candidates who in their jamb 2015/2016 scored lower than the cut off mark of their choice of institution. And will be available for check from Friday, July 31st, 2015.
Indeed i never believed Jamb can actually have mind to make a choice for a candidates even though the student never have in mind to go to such university not until i see my neighbor’s name disappeared from his school of choice to another.
Please my advice to all the candidate of 2015/2016 jamb is to take any thing they see in that which jamb called Transferred Candidates Check with faith because i believe that the Almighty God have a plan for you in that new place were you have been Transferred to.
Goodluck as you proceed in your studies.