JAMB: Check How Many Candidates That Chose Your School & Course

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB Course Statistics: Check How Many Candidates That Chose Your School And Course  – Know Your Competitors

Check How Many Candidates That Chose Your School & Course

 

Today, we are sharing the registration statistics of Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education and Innovation Enterprise Institutions in Nigeria to avail candidates with the numbers of their competitors.

You can use the JAMB Post-registration facility to determine how many people chose your institution and course that you chose. This way, you can tell how many people you are competing with for the available slots. This is meant to help you realise how hard to prepare for your UTME and Post-UTME examinations. The next paragraph will show you how to go about checking your school and course statistics.

How to check your chosen institution and course statistics

Many JAMB Candidates who wrote the 2017 UTME have been asking us for JAMB Statistics for this year.

The JAMB UTME Statistics provides vital information that could help candidates strategically select schools or courses with lower application of candidates, thereby giving them a greater opportunity of gaining admission.

Some other JAMB statistical data gave the number of candidates who scored a benchmark score (150, 180 or 200 and above) and also applied in specific schools or courses.

Unfortunately, this data is no longer available this year. The JAMB UTME Statistical Data was removed after JAMB redesigned and reorganized its website portal.

We’re hoping this data will be made available by JAMB after the cut-offs are released, to help candidates better prepare for admission screening.

We will continue to monitor the portal and other relevant official information channels, and we will bring this to you whenever it is made available.

What statistics were you hoping to get? Or what is your view on this? Let us know using the comment section.

NGSchoolz Team

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  1. Sanda Abdulrasheed

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