How To Do JAMB Regularization 2022/2023 (All You Need To Know)

On this page, I’ll show you how to do JAMB Regularization 2022/2023.

Everything you need to know about How To Do JAMB Regularization 2022/2023, Requirement For JAMB Regularization, How to check your JAMB regularization status and what it’s all about.

What Does JAMB Regularization Mean?

JAMB Regularization is the process of making sure that the JAMB Board verifies a candidate’s current admission information with the school that offered them admission in their database. The goal is to either give the candidate one way to get admission or give them an admission letter or registration number.

The goal of the JAMB regularization process is to settle down or regulate ND, HND, OND, and NCE types of university admission, as well as to clear up a successful student’s JAMB status.

The goal of the JAMB regularization is to make sure that JAMB has the most up-to-date information about your admission and that it matches the information on your admission or registration record at the school that offered you admission.

Applicants for JAMB regularization include students who were offered admission to a college or university but don’t have a letter of admission from JAMB.  Students who took a remedial or pre-degree program, like the BASIC program or the CERTIFICATE program, or who applied directly to the school.  Students who were offered admission but did not register for JAMB in the year they were offered admission (ie from basic and certificate programme).

Candidates who have been admitted but do not have a JAMB record may now register on the portal.

JAMB regularization is ongoing.

Requirements For JAMB Regularization 2022/2023

  • JAMB Result for a candidate who already has a valid JAMB Registration Number.
  • You can also apply for regularization even if you do not have a JAMB number.
  • O-level result, which is WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB, or combined result.
  • Passport photograph.
  • Candidates’ personal information, which includes their address, date of birth, email address, gender, gsm number, marital status, names, place of origin, previous JAMB registration number, and year of enrollment.
  • Candidates’ Institution Details, which are: Institution Enrolled, Reason for Not Being on JAMB List, Matriculation Number, Matriculation Year, Year of Graduation, Serial Number on Graduating List, Head of Institution, Registrar.
  • Current course studying in the institution.

Now that you know what JAMB regularization is and its requirements, let’s look at the process to do the JAMB regularization in 2022/2023.

How To Do JAMB Regularization 2022/2023

Here’s how to do it:

  • Go to the closest JAMB-approved centre or cybercafé.
  • Follow all of the rules that are listed above.
  • Make payment.
  • The UTME official who is helping you will easily process your regularization.
  • After confirming your information, a JAMB official will fill out the form.
  • Try to get a printout after filling out and submitting the form.
  • Submit the printed and signed form to the Admissions Office of your school (charges may apply).
  • The person in charge of admissions will send it to the JAMB office in your state.
  • Your institution will send your application form to the JAMB office in your state or in Abuja.
  • The JAMB officials will send a message to your email address.
  • All existing Covid-19 protocols must be followed exactly.

How To Check UTME Regularization Status 2022/2023

  • Go to
  • Use your JAMB EMAIL and PASSWORD to sign in.
  • Scroll down until you find the “Check Admission Status” tab or CAPS, then click on it.
  • Choose your exam year and enter your JAMB registration number in the spaces provided.
  • Lastly, click on “Check Admission Status” to see your admission status.
  • If admitted, go ahead and print your letter of admission.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) is an entrance exam board for Nigerian colleges and universities.

The board is in charge of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, which is an entrance exam for Nigerian universities.

The board is also in charge of giving similar tests to people who want to go to public and private monotechnics, polytechnics, and colleges of education in Nigeria.

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