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is there anything wrong with re uploading my olevel result on jamb portal? because am...

is there anything wrong with re uploading my olevel result on jamb portal? because am not sure if it was uploaded during registration,and I don't want to risk it?

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isaaq
6 months ago
No, nothing is wrong with that.
you can go ahead and re-upload it again.
Below are the steps to upload your O'level results to JAMB portal.
Check and print your WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or GCE result
Take a printed copy to CBT centre
Tell them you want to upload your result
CBT centre will scan it and log in to your JAMB profile to upload it
Be sure it is done before leaving

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There is really no need for that. Just upload to your school of choice.
  • Masterofbooksdirected: I’ve earlier covered some posts to answer a
    series of questions admission seekers were
    asking me. These questions surrounded the
    uploading of WAEC, NECO, NABTEB and
    NBAIS result to JAMB portal. I will leave you
    some links below this post to check.
    If your question is specific to whether you
    have to re-upload your result after already
    done that during UTME registration or you’d
    once gone back to CBT centre to upload and
    you want to know whether you still need to do
    that again – then you must read this piece
    and pass it across to help someone.
    See, I’ve equally read a bunch of misleading
    information bloggers out there are sharing.
    Some blogs affirmed that you had to go for re-
    uploading of your results even if you have
    done that before. In other words, they were
    asking all admission seekers (whether you
    used awaiting result during UTME registration
    or not) to return to CBT centres and re-
    upload.
    Well, we’re in a free world and words are free.
    But you don’t have to believe everything you
    read or hear. Or you have to usually get
    information from trusted sources or better -
    hear from the horse’s mouth.
    Here is the real deal.
    UPDATE : See The Date WAEC Promised to
    Release May/June Results
    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).
    Like 1    Dislike 0   6 months ago
EmX
6 months ago
There's nothing wrong with it. It's even Safer that you upload it.

To prevent complication.
Gaby
6 months ago
You can go to jamb CBT centre for them to help you out.
They would check wither the result was been uploaded during the registration or not, and if finding out it was not uploaded then they would help you upload it.
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