JAMB Admission 2023: List Of Schools That Accept Awaiting Result

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As a secondary school student, you might be hearing about an awaiting result but you don’t really understand what it means. Well, you don’t need to bother yourself anymore because you are on the right platform.

What Is An Awaiting Result?

An Awaiting result is simply an O’level result that is yet to be released. In other words, it is an SSCE result that has not been uploaded by the examination body e.g WAEC, NECO, WAEC/GCE, or NECO/GCE. If you have sat for any of these examinations and you haven’t seen your result, you simply have an awaiting result.

Now, your queries have been answered clearly. Well, let’s go to the main point.

The problem I’m having with numerous UTME candidates is that they don’t get the proper information. In this informative article, you will be given a step-by-step guide on how you can use your awaiting O’level result for the JAMB registration and admission exercise.

If you want to register and fill JAMB form, you may be wondering if your school of choice accepts awaiting result.

I have heard some aspirants saying that some courses like Pharmacy, Law, Engineering, and Medicine and Surgery, courses do not allow awaiting result.

Keep reading this article as you will find answers to your queries.

The truth is that EVERY school (Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of education, and innovative enterprises) ACCEPT awaiting result.

At this point, what I am saying is that you can go ahead and register for JAMB 2022 and fill ANY University, Polytechnic, College of education, and course of your choice without having your O’level result at that time.

How To Use Awaiting Result For Admission

All you need to do is to go to a JAMB accredited centre, pay for JAMB registration and fill your JAMB form.

When you get there, tell them you want to use awaiting result for registration and your registration will be done and you can sit for JAMB.

Note: After your O’level result is released (before the admission for your school of choice starts), you will be REQUIRED to upload your O’level result on the JAMB portal.

As soon as you upload your O’level result on JAMB portal, you are good to go!

The question now is; what if you don’t pass your ‘WAEC/NECO Exams’?

Well, you don’t need to worry, because these informative articles below will save as a guide to you before your exams commence.

If you can digest and follow the secrets revealed in the above articles, passing WAEC/NECO won’t be a problem.

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