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

Joint Admission And Matriculation Board, JAMB

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

The steps to follow are quite simple.  Here is how to do it;

  • Go to the JAMB Post-regfacility by clicking here
  • From PROGRAMME, select one i.e. 1st Degree/ND/NCE/IEI,1. Select the name of your institution from the INSTITUTION section,

    2. Finally, click on EXTRACT COURSE to see the numbers of people you would be competing with.

On the next page that comes up, you will choose the programme i.e. 1st degree, IEI, OND or NCE. Under Institution, scroll to the school that you have chosen and a page will come up.

On this page, you will see a list of all courses of offered by the institution for the next admission year. In front of each are the number of candidates who have chosen the courses. They have been broken down into first, second and third choices. You should note that a low number in front of a course does not mean the course is not competitive. There is a capacity that cannot be exceeded for each course.

For example, if Engineering has 3,123 applicants and the University has capacity to take 3,000 students, it therefore means it is less competitive than a Civil Engineering that has 300 applicants but for which the school can only admit 150.

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