How to upload waec result to jamb portal

Can you upload waec result to jamb portal?

Yes, if the student is a Nigerian citizen and the school is recognized by JAMB. What are the steps? Find out in this blog post.

It is always a relief to get your WAEC result and see the final percentage after all the hard work. However, there are some steps that you need to take in order for it be uploaded into JAMB portal. This blog will walk you through how to upload your WAEC result so that you can start filling out your application form with ease.

The process of uploading a WAEC result on JAMB’s website can seem intimidating at first, but we’ll break down everything for you! We’ll show you how to find where to upload it from (it’s not as hard as it sounds), what file format should be used, and even a few other tips that might come in handy during the process.

First you will need to log in to your JAMB account and then go the ‘Application’ section of your dashboard. This is where all the information about the application process on JAMB can be found, so it’s a good place to start: https//jambportal.org.ng/YourJAMBAccount

Once you have logged in, this page should appear. If you don’t see this page, click on “Application” in the top navigation bar and you’ll see it:

The first thing we need to do is find out what exactly we are uploading to JAMB’s website. For this example, I’m going to use my WAEC result from 2014, but if you are uploading your JAMB UTME result for 2016 then you will have a different document.

Once we know what our Result Type is, we can go to the page that allows us to upload it. On this page, click on ‘Upload Result’. Note: This will likely change with future years.

The next page will allow you to select your result type and upload the file for that type:

Once you have selected the correct option, click on ‘Upload File’ in the bottom right hand corner. If you see this warning message when it is uploading, I would suggest using a different browser to upload your result. In my case, I was using Google Chrome and had to find a way around this, but it will vary depending on your browser.

You should now be able to see your uploaded file! You’ll also get a confirmation page when you’ve successfully uploaded the file too:

Once that’s all done, we’re almost done! All you have to do now is go back to the ‘Application’ page and click on ‘Assessment Results’. From there, you’ll be able to add your new result:

Before adding it though, check that the information is correct. The details should reflect what you put in during registration, including your name and date of birth. The Result Type should also be what you uploaded, so if it says ‘WAEC’ and you uploaded your NECO result then there is likely a problem. Add the test result and click on ‘Save’.

If all goes well and no errors are shown, you’ll see this screen:

Now that you have your results in JAMB’s portal, you can finally start filling out the application form.

Can i see my WAEC Result on Jamb Portal?

Yes, if you are a jamb applicant and your school is recognized by jamb…. I think it would be good to give update from time to time..

Conclusively:

If you have just finished writing your WAEC or NECO examination, please take the time to upload your result online. This will enable us to track how we are performing and identify areas of improvement in our education system. We hope this post is helpful for all those who want their results uploaded fast so they can start preparing for upcoming admission processes such as Jamb 2019 and other tertiary institutions examinations next year.

If you are looking for a way to upload your result online, we have provided some steps and tips on how to do so in this article. We hope that our instructions will be helpful to anyone who is seeking an easy way of uploading their waec results. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need any help or clarification about the process. Thank you!

Answer To MAQ(Mostly Asked Questions)

• How can I post my Waec result for jamb Portal?

Answer:

It’s time to take a step into the future. You just need an internet connection and about ten minutes of your day to upload your WAEC results on JAMB’s website! The first thing you should do is go to www.jamb.org, then open the webpage where all the information for registering for university courses are listed – but this one has been updated with more options than before (now called “post-UTME”) so be sure not miss out any important steps in between like registration fees or uploading examination certificates; they’re now accessed by clicking ‘register’. Clicking ‘login’ will allow you access as long as you have registered previously using their name/password combination that was provided when creating profile page.

In order to take the next step in your academic journey, you will need to register and upload all of your past examination results. Once on www.jamb.org.ng, log into an existing account or sign up for one if needed by specifying a name and password that cannot be easily guessed (i am not telling). Then click ‘Upload WAEC Results’ so JAMB can verify them before registration is finalized which leads me back here again where I’m now asked about my choice between Science & Arts

In this passage from JAMB, they instruct users how to use their website with instructions specific for registering online when applying through their website www.jamb.org.ng

• Can I still upload my result on JAMB portal?

Answer:

The fact is that JAMB has not given any official deadline or closing date for the uploading of O’level results on its portal. But they do have an expectation all admission seekers to upload their O’levels before schools will consider them for admissions.

It is unclear when JAMB will upload O’level results for prospective admission seekers, but they expect them to be uploaded before any consideration of the applicant can happen.

• How can I upload my O level result on JAMB portal?

Answer:

You can upload your O-level result to the CAPS portal by following these steps:

Log-in to your JAMB profile (https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/efacility_/)

1. Click on ‘Check Admission Status’

2. Click on ‘Access my CAPS’

3. Type your Registration Number and click on ‘Next’. Your Date of Birth will be populated automatically suggesting that you are of the qualifying age for graduation from secondary school, so you don’t need to input it in this page)

4. Click on ‘My O’level’. This will take you to a separate My O-Level Result Controller Page where all Nigerian Qualifying Examination Board (NQEB) accredited examination centers have been displayed and corresponding check boxes are made available for that center’s uploads

5. Select the appropriate institution and exam date

6. Upload your result

7 ‘Upload’

8. Your O-Level Result will be uploaded. If successful, you can click on ‘Next’ to proceed to the next page or if there’s an error while uploading, there will be a red message displaying such along with the error code

9. Click on ‘Next’

10. You can type your CAPS ID and click on ‘Finish’.

11. A pop-up will appear notifying you that there’s an update of information for the CAPS portal; click OK to proceed

12. Go back to your home page by clicking on Home.

• How do I know if my Waec has been uploaded?

Answer:

Log into your jamb portal via www.jamb.org.ng/eFacility ( if you have already created an account, login with the email address you used during registration ). Enter your PASSWORD and then click on NEXT . You will see a notification of “Successfully registered” if either yourself or somebody else has uploaded to your Waec records to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board database in accordance with JAMB’s send forms policy.

In order for us to check whether your WAEC results has been uploaded or not, please log into http://www.jamb.org.ng/eFacility with the registered username and password that you generated during registration……….. After insertion of details, click on “Registers” tab and then click on Transfer Marks to see whether or not your scores have been uploaded… If it is a “New Registration”, use the following procedure to transfer your Jamb Result……

If it is an already existing registration, kindly follow the procedures below:

1. Click on your name at the top right corner of the screen

2. Click on “Transfer Marks to JAMB”

3. Enter your Jamb Registration number and Password

4. All done! You can now see the transferred marks’ status.

Note: If you encounter any problem during registration or during transfer of your WAEC results, kindly send an email at jambgp@yahoo.com with the Subject: JambGP – Registration/Transfer of Scores.

• How to upload result on JAMB portal with phone?

Answer:

First, you have to scan your WAEC result. Then open the www.jamb.org.ng portal and click “Upload Result” on the top right corner of the page > Drag and Drop scanned paper document into appropriate box > Click Continue button

-Input information from scanned paper document (ex: Candidate Name) that was uploaded > Click on Upload button The upload will then continue automatically or proceed with any prompts asked for by JAMB to complete uploading process. Restarting might be required in case it fails part way through or there is a problem with scanner settings (e.g., white balance). In this event, simply return to upload form and start again from the beginning, but instead of uploading again from the start, simply choose to resume upload. > Click on Continue button.

-JAMB will then process your result in real time with choices of either an O-Level or a UTME Result. After choosing your option, click continue.

– Then submit form and jamb register number now

NEXT : scroll down and click on UTME/Post UTME O-Level. This will display your result in a new new page, which you can print out to take to the school you are applying for and other tertiary institutions of choice that accepts Jamb Result.

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