JAMB RESULTS CHECKER 2022, how can I check my Jamb? Is the Jamb results out? People who took the UTME in 2022 are eager to find out when the results will be out, but the wait will soon be over as the results will be ready in no time.
However, things are no longer the same because last year, each Jamb result came out within 48-72 hours from the exam day.
I have been monitoring the situation closely to know when the Jamb results in 2022 will be out, and if you are among the candidate who participated in this year's UTME exam, then this thread will keep you updated about the results.
When the results are released, JAMB may or may not make an official announcement. I will surely update this thread as long as the results are out.Update
The results of the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination were announced on Saturday by the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board.
Dr Fabian Benjamin, JAMB's Head of Public Affairs and Protocol, asked applicants to send the term UTMERESULT to 55019 to have their results verified.
Candidates were urged to use the SMS code to check their results, according to a statement he released in Abuja on Saturday.
In order to check the 2022 UTME results, all a candidate has to do is text the word UTMERESULT to 55019 with the same phone number that he or she used for registration," he added.
"The applicant will get a text message with the results in response. For the time being, this is the only way to verify the 2022 UTME results because the board has yet to post them online.
Consequently, we encourage applicants to let us know whether they have received their results and WHAT DAY THEY WROTE via e-mail, SMS, the official site, or other methods so that other applicants can check theirs as well.
If you are unsure how to check your Jamb results in 2022, I can help you check them and send them to you. Simply send your Reg number to my phone number: 08064660400, and I will do the checking for you immediately when Jamb releases the results.
Web Address to check your 2022 Jamb Results
While we wait patiently for the 2022 Jamb results, I believe it's important to know how you can check the results and where to look out for the release of the results.
The official Government Jamb portal where you can check your results is https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/eFacility_/CheckUTMEResults
Why is the Jamb results not yet out?
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has explained why the 2022 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination results are yet to be released (UTME).
Prof Ishaq Oloyede, the Registrar, stated that the examination body had yet to disclose results owing to internal review. He said that the organization would not release results until it received allegations of examination malpractices and that just 60% of the results were received after the exams.
"We have no reason not to reveal the results," Oloyede added, "but we are undertaking an internal review." We don't want to end up in a position where you disclose certain findings and then start withdrawing others; thus, we've urged individuals to submit reports, particularly of malpractices.
"And the first day after the result was ready, we scrutinized it and discovered that around 40% of the report was missing." So, why release 60% while confusing? We have said that we will not reveal results until all reports of examination malpractices have been received. The findings are ready, but we feel we need all of the reports; we now have roughly 70% of the reports updated, but we want 100%.
For the 2022 election, over 1.7 million people applied. Oloyede also stated that it had no major problems as the exercise continued. It did, however, emphasize its zero-tolerance policy for exam transgressions and advised applicants to behave themselves professionally and adhere to the guidelines.
Meanwhile, some CBT center owners have sought the government for financial assistance, even though the test was usually successful.
Banjo Adekunle, the Bafuto Institute of Management and Information Technology administrator, described the rise in diesel prices as a major concern.
Mrs. Esther Oriyomi of the Classic International CBT center stated that the body has greatly improved in the assessment process. She stated that network and malpractice concerns had decreased.
Longa Olusegun, the Rising Sun CBT center administrator, said the center has been operational for five years and has surmounted some of the problems it has faced. He said that the body has enhanced its network infrastructure and that they only use generators during the test.
On the other hand, candidates had conflicting feelings about the tests' success or failure. While some applicants thought the exams went well and the networks improved, others stated that the questions were difficult, particularly in English.
Adewole Sulit and Tijani Sumayya claimed the exam was one of the simplest they'd ever taken, and they anticipated getting a score of 300 or higher. On the other hand, Tolu Jimoh and Ololade Ganiyu reported they experienced delays when writing the exam, while others complained about a sluggish network.