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2020 UTME: JAMB Releases First Set Of Results, Here’s How To Check It On The Portal

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) released the results of candidates who sat for the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). If you have written yours or know anyone who wrote the exam, learn how to check JAMB results below.


The exam commenced nationwide on Saturday, 14th of March 2020. So far, more than 312,000 candidates have taken the examination in various centres spread across Nigeria.


In reports credited to JAMB’s Head of Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the results for the first day of the examination is already out. Benjamin in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria further said:


“The Board is happy with the conduct of the examination on its first day, Saturday, March 14 and results are out. This is not to say that we did not register one or two technical hitches.

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“There is no way anyone can embark on such massive exercise without a few hitches. However, the good thing is that, as soon as our attention is drawn to such hitches, we tackle them immediately.


“So, the Board is fully on ground to take on these hitches as they come, but in all, we are happy with the conduct of the examination so far.’’


How To Check JAMB 2020 Result Portal


Here is how to check your JAMB 2020 results via the JAMB Portal:

1. Go to JAMB UTME e-Registration Portal here:

2. When the page loads, log in with your Reg Number/e-Mail and click on the box Check my results

3. Your score will be displayed on your computer screen if it is ready. If not, it will display “You Do Not Have Any Result Yet”.


Earlier during the registration stages, JAMB had partnered with the National Identification Management Commission (NIMC) to keep underage registration in check. While using the National Identification Number (NIN) for the exam was a commendable move, it drew ire.


After several weeks of consistent pressure from many Nigerians, the examination body, suspended using NIN for the exams.


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