please IS it true that someone needs to re-upload our olevel result on our profile...

please IS it true that someone needs to re-upload our olevel result on our profile in d jamb portal ...... Even after uploading it during the jamb registration?

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isaaq
6 months ago
No, it is not true.
The very warning by JAMB and schools that their applicants should quickly go and upload their O’level results to the body’s portal is meant for only applicants who used awaiting results.

Unfortunately, most schools sending such email and SMS warnings are not being specific. But if you take note, the messages are perfect.

For example, a school sent this,
Make sure you upload your O’level result to JAMB portal before …

Adeyemi (University) College of Education posted this on her website
All Applicants who have registered for Adeyemi College of Education Post UTME are requested to upload their O'Level/NCE result(s) where applicable to the JAMB site if they have not done so.

Note the part that says, "... if they have not done so":

The interpretation is simple too.

Just be sure you already have your result with JAMB. In other words, if you’d done that before – don’t worry again. If you’ve not – consider doing that immediately.


University of Ilorin's message was more confusing (and somewhat specific),
This is to notify applicants who scored 50% and above in 2018/2019 Post UTME examination to upload their O'level result on Jamb CAPS

This can be confusing because the school seemed to be so specific.

What I believed happened here was that the university was set to be giving admissions to candidates who scored 50% and above. Therefore they wanted to be sure that all these candidates' SSCE results were already with JAMB before they can recommend them for the body.

They know JAMB will reject recommendations of admissions to applicants whose O'level results are not with them.

Ekiti State University (EKSU) is very precise. The school included it in the e-mails sent to their applicants that, only those who used awaiting results are concerned.

Here was how EKSU put it,
To be admitted in to EKSU, you are advice to go to JAMB recognised CBTCentre to upload your O’Level result(s) to your profile on JAMB website immediately. Deadline is Friday 21th September, 2018. This notice applied only to people who have not uploaded their O’Level results.

You can confirm this from any EKSU aspirant.

If you've read a blog post saying that, everybody must go back to upload their results again, it was just misunderstanding or a means to lure you to spend some bucks for CBT centers (who may even be the ones behind the blog posts/whatsapp messages you read).
CBT Centres are Re-Uploading for All Candidates. Why?
I’ve got a student telling me that he had already uploaded his NECO result during UTME registration. While he went to another CBT centre, they still re-uploaded it and charged N500 instead of telling him that it’s not for those who had done that earlier.

Well, this is Nigeria. Most people are just opportunists. Most CBT centres can be taking advantage of your innocence and f**l you that they re-upload the result. But know this, they don’t. A professional and trusted CBT centre will tell you the truth.

I had personally called some CBT centres and they were helpful to tell me it’s only for those who had not uploaded their results or those who wish to replace the one already uploaded.

Having said that, you should visit a standard and only the accredited CBT centre to seek clarification yourself. If you have a family or friend close to one, they can help you to confirm.

And note, the only reason you may want to replace your uploaded O’level result is if you'd used a different result for post UTME or screening other than the one used for UTME registration. If it’s the same, don’t bother.
Conclusion
This is the third year of this misconception. In 2016 to 2019, most applicants were thrown to confusion about this. And if you ask those who are on campus today, they will tell you “it’s just false alarm”. It only concerns awaiting results candidates.
No there is no need for that.
EmX
6 months ago
No. it's unnecessary.
It's only for those that didn't do it at first.


Although to be on the safer side. There's no harm in doing it again.
Unless there is then it's unnecessary
delibee
6 months ago
No, it is a LIE INFACT SCAM.
The warning by JAMB and institutions is that their applicants should quickly go and upload their O’level results to the body’s portal is meant for only applicants who used awaiting results.

Unfortunately, most schools sending such email and SMS warnings are not being specific. But if you take note, the messages are perfect.

For example, a school sent this,
Make sure you upload your O’level result to JAMB portal before …

Adeyemi (University) College of Education posted this on her website
All Applicants who have registered for Adeyemi College of Education Post UTME are requested to upload their O'Level/NCE result(s) where applicable to the JAMB site if they have not done so.

Note the part that says, "... if they have not done so":

The interpretation is simple too.

Just be sure you already have your result with JAMB. In other words, if you’d done that before – don’t worry again. If you’ve not – consider doing that immediately.

University of Ilorin's message was more confusing (and somewhat specific),
This is to notify applicants who scored 50% and above in 2018/2019 Post UTME examination to upload their O'level result on Jamb CAPS
This can be confusing because the school seemed to be so specific.

What I believed happened here was that the university was set to be giving admissions to candidates who scored 50% and above. Therefore they wanted to be sure that all these candidates' SSCE results were already with JAMB before they can recommend them for the body.

They know JAMB will reject recommendations of admissions to applicants whose O'level results are not with them.

Ekiti State University (EKSU) is very precise. The school included it in the e-mails sent to their applicants that, only those who used awaiting results are concerned.

Here was how EKSU put it,
To be admitted in to EKSU, you are advice to go to JAMB recognised CBTCentre to upload your O’Level result(s) to your profile on JAMB website immediately. Deadline is Friday 21th September, 2018. This notice applied only to people who have not uploaded their O’Level results.

You can confirm this from any EKSU aspirant.

If you've read a blog post saying that, everybody must go back to upload their results again, it was just misunderstanding or a means to lure you to spend some bucks for CBT centers (who may even be the ones behind the blog posts/whatsapp messages you read).
CBT Centres are Re-Uploading for All Candidates. Why?
I’ve got a student telling me that he had already uploaded his NECO result during UTME registration. While he went to another CBT centre, they still re-uploaded it and charged N500 instead of telling him that it’s not for those who had done that earlier.

Well, this is Nigeria. Most people are just opportunists. Most CBT centres can be taking advantage of your innocence and f**l you that they re-upload the result. But know this, they don’t. A professional and trusted CBT centre will tell you the truth.

I had personally called some CBT centres and they were helpful to tell me it’s only for those who had not uploaded their results or those who wish to replace the one already uploaded.

Having said that, you should visit a standard and only the accredited CBT centre to seek clarification yourself. If you have a family or friend close to one, they can help you to confirm.

And note, the only reason you may want to replace your uploaded O’level result is if you'd used a different result for post UTME or screening other than the one used for UTME registration. If it’s the same, don’t bother.
Conclusion
This is the third year of this misconception. In 2016 to 2019, most applicants were thrown to confusion about this. And if you ask those who are on campus today, they will tell you “it’s just false alarm”. It only concerns awaiting results candidates.
mizta smart
6 months ago
No, it is not true.
The very warning by JAMB and schools that
their applicants should quickly go and
upload their O’level results to the body’s
portal is meant for only applicants who
used awaiting results.
Unfortunately, most schools sending such
email and SMS warnings are not being
specific. But if you take note, the messages
are perfect.
For example, a school sent this,
Make sure you upload your O’level result to
JAMB portal before …
Adeyemi (University) College of Education
posted this on her website
All Applicants who have registered for
Adeyemi College of Education Post UTME are
requested to upload their O'Level/NCE result
(s) where applicable to the JAMB site if they
have not done so.
Note the part that says, "... if they have not
done so":
The interpretation is simple too.
Just be sure you already have your result
with JAMB. In other words, if you’d done
that before – don’t worry again. If you’ve
not – consider doing that immediately.
University of Ilorin's message was more
confusing (and somewhat specific),
This is to notify applicants who scored 50%
and above in 2018/2019 Post UTME
examination to upload their O'level result
on Jamb CAPS
This can be confusing because the school
seemed to be so specific.
What I believed happened here was that
the university was set to be giving
admissions to candidates who scored 50%
and above. Therefore they wanted to be
sure that all these candidates' SSCE results
were already with JAMB before they can
recommend them for the body.
They know JAMB will reject
recommendations of admissions to
applicants whose O'level results are not
with them.
Ekiti State University (EKSU) is very precise.
The school included it in the e-mails sent to
their applicants that, only those who used
awaiting results are concerned.
Here was how EKSU put it,
To be admitted in to EKSU, you are advice to
go to JAMB recognised CBTCentre to upload
your O’Level result(s) to your profile on
JAMB website immediately. Deadline is
Friday 21th September, 2018. This notice
applied only to people who have not
uploaded their O’Level results.
You can confirm this from any EKSU
aspirant.
If you've read a blog post saying that,
everybody must go back to upload their
results again, it was just misunderstanding
or a means to lure you to spend some
bucks for CBT centers (who may even be
the ones behind the blog posts/whatsapp
messages you read).
CBT Centres are Re-Uploading for All
Candidates. Why?
I’ve got a student telling me that he had
already uploaded his NECO result during
UTME registration. While he went to another
CBT centre, they still re-uploaded it and
charged N500 instead of telling him that it’s
not for those who had done that earlier.
Well, this is Nigeria. Most people are just
opportunists. Most CBT centres can be
taking advantage of your innocence and
f**l you that they re-upload the result. But
know this, they don’t. A professional and
trusted CBT centre will tell you the truth.
I had personally called some CBT centres
and they were helpful to tell me it’s only for
those who had not uploaded their results
or those who wish to replace the one
already uploaded.
Having said that, you should visit a standard
and only the accredited CBT centre to seek
clarification yourself. If you have a family or
friend close to one, they can help you to
confirm.
And note, the only reason you may want to
replace your uploaded O’level result is if
you'd used a different result for post UTME
or screening other than the one used for
UTME registration. If it’s the same, don’t
bother.
Conclusion
This is the third year of this misconception.
In 2016 to 2019, most applicants were
thrown to confusion about this. And if you
ask those who are on campus today, they
will tell you “it’s just false alarm”. It only
concerns awaiting results candidates.
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