Jamb 2018: How to Check for your Center and Your Exam Day


With the 2018 University Tertiary Matriculation Examination around the corner, preparation by both Jamb and the candidates is sure to intensify. To this effect, the Joint Admission and Matriculation body have begun releasing the center where each candidate is going to write the exam.

The exam is slated to start on the 9th of March and barring any unforeseen circumstance the exam will not be moved. It is scheduled to start on March 9 and end on the 17th of the same month. in a statement form the head of media, Fabian Benjamin, from JAMB:

“We have successfully conducted the mock Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) on Monday, February 26, and based on that, we can confidently say, we are good to go,” he said.

“The mock UTME was to expose the candidates to the process as well as test the level of preparedness of the various centres.

“Candidates can now go ahead and print their examination notification slips from Tuesday.

“These candidates must ensure that these slips are printed before Friday, March 9, in order to familiarise themselves with the examination schedules as no form of excuse for missing the examination, will be entertained.

“We want to warn that the board will not reschedule any examination for anybody and so any candidate that fails to adhere strictly to the examination schedule as stated in their slips should have himself or herself to blame.”


So, for all candidates who have applied for the Jamb 2018 examination, to get your center;

  • Go to the e-facility portal of JAMB and open the UTME slip printing page, here is the link; www.jamb.org.ng/printexamslip/printexaminationslip
  • Input your registration number or your registered email address.
  • Click on the print examination slip icon and access the examination slip.
  • Make sure that pop-up is enabled in your browser for the process to be completed.

You might get your center through email also but this will be done in batches. The exam is starting this Friday and candidates are advised to strictly follow all the laid down rules.

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