JAMB Reprint 2021 Date › Check Exam Date, Centre & Time

You can now easily do your JAMB reprint for 2021/2022 examination easily. In this post you are going to learn everything about it.

The joint admission and matriculation board have finally activated the JAMB slip reprint portal for candidate to reprint their exam slips.

This means that candidate sitting for JAMB exam can now print their examination slip.

Candidate should know that the exam slip which contains some details of the candidate like name, Date of birth,  registration number is now available.

The slip is expected to show the exam and date and venue of such candidate.

The board has directed all candidate to make sure they reprint their slip as early as possible.


The reprinting of exam slip was scheduled by the board to begin on March 7th 2021.

But surprisingly the slips were ready and sent to candidate before the dawn of 6th of March 2021.

The JAMB reprinting date doesn’t have a closing date or deadline.

JAMB reprint 2021 date & slip

The portal is and will always be available to reprint your slips, but it’s adviceable you print it out before your exam date.


Printing of JAMB slips can be done either through the JAMB reprinting portal or through your profile.

You can do the reprinting of your exam slips by yourself or you visit a cafe.

It’s adviceable to visit a cafe cause you will be required to present a hard copy of your exam slip.

Note: Please do not visit a CBT center to do reprinting, though most CBT center have cafe, you can always do it there.

To reprint your slip follow these steps.

Step 1. Visit the JAMB reprinting portal.
By clicking on this link (www.jamb.org.ng/ExamSlipPrinting3/PrintExaminationSlip)

Step 2. Now you have three options to reprint your slip.

It’s either you use your phone number (the one used during registration), your registered email address and your Jamb registration number.

Type in any one you prefer correctly.

Step 3. Your details shows up, showing your exam details (exam venue and exam dates).

NOTE: Please allow pop up, make sure you are using chrome and put your phone on desktop mode to be able to access full view of your details.

Step 4. If your phone is connected to a printer click on print exam slip.

To get a hard copy of your exam details.

Note: You must have two copies of your slip, but it’s not necessary to be coloured or black and white. Anyone is okay.

If you are reprinting your JAMB slip in cafe you must not allow the cafe personnel to extort you.


The reprinting of the slip must not cost more than 200 naira.

Now most candidate prefer printing their slip from the mail.

If you are such, don’t worry we would give you guidelines how to go about it.

Watch the video below get a better know ledge of how it works.



Yes, you can also use your mail address to print your slip.

Read the following steps/ guidelines to print your slip from your mail.

Step 1. Open your mail address (the mail you used in registering for the exam).

Step 2. Check for mails from jamb

Step 3. Open the message relating to reprint of JAMB slip.

Step 4. Scroll and look for attachment on the mail.

Step 5. Click on it and download it.

Step 6. Print it out.

Note: If you don’t see the mail on your inbox, then you should check your spam messages, it should be there.

If you can’t find it at all, try the other methods i mentioned in this post.

How To Get JAMB Exam Date, Centre & Time

Do you know you can also reprint your JAMB slip from your portal?

Read the following steps to see how.

Step 1. Open your portal (by going to JAMB portal and click on log in efacility account)

Step 2. Enter your mail address and password.

Step 3. You will a lot of boxes, click on the one with the inscription “PRINT MAIN UTME EXAM SLIP“.

Step 4. Connect your phone or PC to a printer and print.

Please if you’re using a system you can use Ctrl + P, to print.

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