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Download Jamb Brochure 2018/2019 – PDF

In this Brochure, detailed information on how to complete the Direct Entry (DE) and Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) ONLINE Application Forms have been provided.
Also in this jamb brochure will you find :
Jamb brochure for medicine
Jamb brochure for engineering
Jamb brochure for law
Jamb syllabus 2018/2019 pdf
Jamb brochure for accounting
Jamb brochure for mass communication

Candidates who want to participate in JAMB are advised to read carefully the instructions and information provided in the 2018/2019 JAMB Brochure before filling the ONLINE Application Forms.

Before you download the JAMB 2018 Brochure, AdmissionListNG is glad to bring you the jamb brochure for 2018 which contains detailed and lengthy information about your dream university, polytechnic or college. Candidates are advised to download the recent jamb brochure here by clicking the below link or read further.



Candidates should note the following:
1. The guidelines and instructions provided in this Brochure will assist candidates in selecting appropriate institutions and
Programme and in completing the ONLINE Application Forms properly.

The Board will not process any form completed without adherence to the instructions and regulations set out in this brochure
2. A candidate must have completed or about to complete a full course of training in a Senior Secondary School, Technical
College, Teacher Training College or an approved institution of equivalent status.

3. A candidate must have attained the age of sixteen years (16) or would have done so on the first day of October in the year of
his/her candidature.

4. UTME candidates must write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and attain an acceptable standard in the examination for entry into the course of his/her choice.

5. UTME candidates are advised to use the current syllabus. Past question papers on the examination are available for a fee at
the National Headquarters, Headquarters Annexes, Zonal and State Offices of the Board.

6. Candidates who submit more than one set of ONLINE Application Forms will be disqualified.

7. Apart from the ONLINE notification of results, the Board will not enter into correspondence regarding candidates’ performance
at the UTME or failure of placement of candidates.

8. The Board reserves the right to withdraw, at any time any result released to candidates or admission offers made, if it is
discovered that the candidates cheated at the examination or gave the Board false, incomplete or misleading information.

10. Candidates whose scores are low for their chosen Programme/institutions could approach other institutions and/or departments for considerations. Such considerations would normally be given after such institutions had taken care of candidates who made such Programme either their first or second choice and other high scoring candidates.

11. A candidate offered provisional admission may have the admission letter printed on the ONLINE payment of a processing fee of
One Thousand Naira 0nly (1,000.00) through the Treasury Single Account (TSA) to JAMB.
Candidates are to note that failure to secure admission letter within the year of admission will attract an administrative fee of Ten Thousand Naira only (N10,

2. Candidates’ requests for result slips are honored on the ONLINE payment of a processing fee of One Thousand Naira 0nly
(N1,000.00) through the Treasury Single Account (TSA) to JAMB.

13. Request(s) for a change of institution(s) and/or Programme which must include candidate’s Registration Number and new Universities/Programme (including Course Codes) is honoured on the ONLINE payment of a processing fee of Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira 0nly (N2,500.00) through the Treasury Single Account (TSA) to JAMB.


For a candidate to be offered admission into 100 level of the chosen Programme in any of the Institutions, he/she must obtain
an acceptable level of performance at the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in subjects RELEVANT to the
proposed programme of study.

The UTME subjects which are mandatory for the respective Programme are set out in Tables in
this Brochure. All candidates are to note that “Use of English” is mandatory for all Programme and has therefore been excluded
from the Tables to avoid unnecessary repetition.


1. The proprietor of each institution provides the Board with guidelines to be adopted in selecting candidates for the
respective institutions. For each Federal institution, the Federal Government stipulates that a percentage of the candidates
should be selected on merit, another percentage of catchment/locality which in most cases is the geographical or socio-cultural
area contiguous to the institution. A proportion is also reserved for candidates from educationally less developed states.

2. Candidates are advised to study the General Entry Requirements and the Remarks/Waiver columns before selecting their
proposed Programmes of study.


In addition to the specific entry requirements into each Institution, faculty or department, the following are the general
entry requirements approved for admissions into first-degree Programmes for both UTME and Direct Entry candidates.

1. Candidates must write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and attain an acceptable score in the Use of
English (Compulsory) and three subjects required for the proposed programme of study as set out in the relevant Chapters
of this Brochure.

2. A candidate must in addition to attaining an acceptable score in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination obtain one of
the following qualifications:

(a) National Examinations Council (NECO)/West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Senior School Certificate (SSC) or the
Senior School Certificate/General Certificate of Education (SSC/GCE ) or equivalents with credit passes in five (5) subjects
including English and Mathematics obtained at not more than two sittings; except where otherwise specified.

(b) Grade II Teachers’ Certificate (TC II) with credit or merit passes in at least five (5) subjects. PLEASE NOTE THAT TCII IS NOT

(c) National Technical Certificate (NTC), National Business Certificate (NBC) with credit passes in five (5) subjects including
English and Mathematics obtained at not more than two sittings. For the purpose of NTC/NBC awarded by National Business
and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB).

3. A credit pass in Mathematics is required for all Science and Social Science Programmes except where otherwise stated. .

4. A credit pass in English Language is required for all Programmes except where otherwise stated.

5. KIV Please note that a matriculated student in any University is not eligible to sit for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation
Examination (UTME) except those who are transferring from foreign Universities.

JAMB Direct Entry (DE) Requirements for Admission

1. Candidates with one of the following qualifications may be considered for admission by Direct Entry:-

(a) A minimum of five (5) subjects passed at not more than two sittings with at least two (2) at the Principal or Advance Level of the
GCE and the others, at credit level of the SSC/GCE, NTC/NBC. No subject shall be counted at both Ordinary and Advanced Levels.

(b) Passes in two (2) major subjects in the NCE with SSC, NTC/NBC credits or equivalents in three (3) other subjects (mainly for
Education Programmes). Education may be accepted as a third A/Level subject for those taking Programmes in Education.

(c) Two (2) credit passes at the IJMB/JUPEB examination or Cambridge moderated Schools of Basic Studies terminal examination
or International Baccalaureate from recognized institutions with SSCE/GCE, NTC/NBC credits or equivalent in three (3) other
subjects (unless otherwise stated).

Entry into the Examination Hall

A. Every candidate must write the examination in the town and center to which he/she is assigned by the Board, as indicated
on his/her e-registration Slip. Any candidate who reports elsewhere for the examination WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO WRITE

B. Candidates will be allowed entry into the examination hall after satisfying the following:

(i) Presentation of e-Examination Slip

(ii) Successful Biometric Verification

Candidates with Visual Impairment
Candidates with visual impairment must write the examination at centers designated by the Board.
Conduct During Examination

A. Candidate should not bring any other paper or books to the examination hall except his/her e-Examination Slip and Biro Pen,
The e-Examination Slip must be submitted to the Proctor before the end of the examination.

B. Mobile phone must NOT be brought to the examination venue..

C. Candidate should not attempt to obtain undue assistance from Examination officials and should not communicate with other
candidates for the examination.

D. All rough work should be done on the rough sheets provided by the Board.

E. Candidates are not allowed to leave the examination hall without the permission of the Proctor


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