Did you partake in this year’s JAMB Mop-up exam? This article will enlighten you on how to check JAMB Mop-Up Exam Results.
The results of the JAMB mop-up exam that was held on Saturday, August 6, 2021, have officially been released by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
In a statement released on Wednesday, August 10, the board’s Head of Public Affairs and Protocol, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, indicated that applicants can verify their results by texting “RESULT” to 55019 with the phone number they used to register.
He stated that after connecting their email address to their profile, candidates can print their results from the Board’s website, www.jamb.gov.ng.
Affected applicants are urged to check their exam results using their registration number as the results have now been made public.
How to Check the 2022 JAMB Mop-Up Results
To access your result through text message, send the word “RESULT” to the number 55019.
How to Check the 2022 JAMB Mop-Up Results ONLINE: After connecting their email address to their profile, candidates must proceed to portal.jamb.gov.ng to access their results.
All You Need to Know About JAMB Mop-up Exam
What Does the Jamb Mop-Up Exam Mean?
Jamb Mop-Up Exam is a test that was scheduled for a candidate who applied for Jamb but was unable to appear in person or experienced a problem with the test. It is a test reserved for Jamb candidates who have problems with things like Jamb center corrections or biometric verification, among other things.
Do you know that the Jamb board has set a date for the mop-up exam for the more than 12,000 candidates nationwide who have yet to get their March JAMB UTME exam results?
However, candidates who participated in unethical examination malpractice and were caught in it, as well as centers where malpractice had been proven to have occurred against them, would not be allowed to sit the mop-up exams that had been postponed.
Who is eligible to take the Jamb Mop-Up Exam?
The list of candidates who meet the requirements to sit for the exam administered by JAMB is shown below:
- Candidates whose biometrics were not recorded throughout the JAMB UTME testing period.
- Candidates who have not received their results since the conclusion of the JAMB UTME exams, which were held but for whom no charges of exam fraud were filed.
- Candidates who couldn’t print their e-slip during the first round of the JAMB UTME Examinations
- Candidates whose centers were closed because of possible misconduct.