Do JAMB Allow Awaiting WAEC Result in 2024?

If you are planning to write the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination in 2024, you may be wondering if you can use an awaiting West African Examinations Council (WAEC) result to apply for admission. The answer is yes, but there are some conditions and steps you need to follow. In this post, we will explain what an awaiting WAEC result is, how to use it for JAMB registration and admission, and the deadline for uploading your result on the JAMB portal.

 

What is an awaiting WAEC result?

An awaiting WAEC result is a result that is not yet released by the WAEC board at the time of JAMB registration or admission. This usually applies to candidates who are in their final year of secondary school or who have not yet obtained the required credits in their previous WAEC examinations. An awaiting WAEC result does not mean that you have failed or that you do not have a result. It simply means that your result is pending and will be released later.

How to use an awaiting WAEC result for JAMB registration and admission

Using an awaiting WAEC result for JAMB registration and admission is possible and acceptable, as long as you meet the following conditions and steps:

  • You must have registered for the WAEC examination and have a valid examination number and centre number.
  • You must indicate that you are using an awaiting result during your JAMB registration by selecting “AR” in the O’level result section of the JAMB portal.
  • You must upload your WAEC result on the JAMB portal as soon as it is released by the WAEC board. This is very important because your admission status depends on it. If you fail to upload your result before the deadline, you may lose your admission opportunity.
  • You must ensure that your WAEC result meets the minimum requirements for your chosen course of study and institution. This means that you must have at least five credits, including English and Mathematics, and any other relevant subjects for your course.

Deadline for uploading WAEC result on JAMB portal 2024

The deadline for uploading WAEC result on JAMB portal 2024 has not been officially announced by the JAMB board. However, based on previous years, the deadline is usually around March or April of the admission year. This means that you have to upload your WAEC result on the JAMB portal before March or April 2024, or as soon as the JAMB board announces the deadline. To upload your WAEC result on JAMB portal, you can follow these steps:

  • Visit the JAMB result uploading portal.
  • Take a snapshot of your WAEC result.
  • Provide your JAMB profile code, full name, and registration number.
  • Make a payment of 1,000 Naira.
  • Wait for your result to be uploaded within 15 minutes.

Alternatively, you can visit the nearest JAMB office or accredited CBT centre and request for a result uploading slip. Fill out the form with your details and submit it. Make the necessary payment and wait for your result to be uploaded.

 

Conclusion

Using an awaiting WAEC result for JAMB registration and admission is possible and acceptable, as long as you follow the conditions and steps outlined in this post. However, you should not rely on an awaiting result as a guarantee of admission. You should also prepare well for your JAMB and post-UTME examinations and score high marks to increase your chances of getting admitted. We hope this post has answered your question and helped you with your blog writing. If you have any comments or questions, feel free to leave them below. Thank you for reading and good luck with your admission.

FAQs

  • Q: What is an awaiting WAEC result?
    • A: An awaiting WAEC result is a result that is not yet released by the WAEC board at the time of JAMB registration or admission. It does not mean that you have failed or that you do not have a result. It simply means that your result is pending and will be released later.
  • Q: How can I use an awaiting WAEC result for JAMB registration and admission?
    • A: You can use an awaiting WAEC result for JAMB registration and admission by following these steps:
    • You must have registered for the WAEC examination and have a valid examination number and centre number.
    • You must indicate that you are using an awaiting result during your JAMB registration by selecting “AR” in the O’level result section of the JAMB portal.
    • You must upload your WAEC result on the JAMB portal as soon as it is released by the WAEC board. This is very important because your admission status depends on it. If you fail to upload your result before the deadline, you may lose your admission opportunity.
    • You must ensure that your WAEC result meets the minimum requirements for your chosen course of study and institution. This means that you must have at least five credits, including English and Mathematics, and any other relevant subjects for your course.
  • Q: What is the deadline for uploading WAEC result on JAMB portal 2024?
    • A: The deadline for uploading WAEC result on JAMB portal 2024 has not been officially announced by the JAMB board. However, based on previous years, the deadline is usually around March or April of the admission year. This means that you have to upload your WAEC result on the JAMB portal before March or April 2024, or as soon as the JAMB board announces the deadline.
  • Q: How can I upload my WAEC result on JAMB portal 2024?
    • A: You can upload your WAEC result on JAMB portal 2024 by either of these methods:
    • Visit the JAMB result uploading portal via this link. Take a snapshot of your WAEC result and send it to the provided number. Provide your JAMB profile code, full name, and registration number. Make a payment of 1,000 Naira. Wait for your result to be uploaded within 15 minutes.
    • Visit the nearest JAMB office or accredited CBT centre and request for a result uploading slip. Fill out the form with your details and submit it. Make the necessary payment and wait for your result to be uploaded.
  • Q: Can I write JAMB without WAEC?
    • A: Yes, you can write JAMB without WAEC, as long as you have registered for the WAEC examination and have a valid examination number and centre number. You can use an awaiting WAEC result for JAMB registration and admission, as explained above. However, you cannot get admission without WAEC, as you need to upload your WAEC result on the JAMB portal before the deadline.

 

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