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Accept or Reject JAMB Admission – Candidates offered admission into their institution of choice for the 2024/2025 academic session can now accept or reject the admission offer. This can be done on the JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) portal. Continue reading to see how to do so below.
As you read, you will learn the straightforward procedure for checking your JAMB admission status on the JAMB profile via the JAMB CAPS portal. As well as, how to accept or reject an admission offer if you have been given one.
This is to inform all the candidates seeking admission into the various tertiary institutions in Nigeria that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has activated the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) portal.
It is where UTME and Direct Entry candidates can accept or reject their admission offer and also monitor their admission.
See how to access the JAMB CAPS portal.But before that, t is very important for us to explain what the JAMB CAPS portal is all about and what it’s used for. Let’s go!
About the JAMB CAPS Portal
JAMB CAPS is an abbreviation representing the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Central Admission Processing System.
The platform was created by JAMB to automate the admissions process into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. It also ensures quality control, transparency, and credibility of the admission process.
The Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) is expected to make provision for a ‘marketplace’ in the JAMB portal. It is where institutions can go and ‘request for students in Nigeria who score their cut-off points.
The system is such that institutions can only admit those who meet their cut-off points. If a candidate fails to meet the cut-off mark, that student would certainly be denied admission irrespective of the candidate’s connection.
JAMB CAPS does not only automates the process but a number of other innovations are also being introduced. And these include:
- Opportunities for candidates to confirm provisional admissions thus eliminating cases of candidates abandoning admissions;
- Market place to enable institutions to source candidates from the available pool based on various criteria such as JAMB score, State, Local Government and even gender of the candidates
- The requirement for all awaiting O/L results candidates to upload their results into the JAMB portal before being considered for admission
- Admissions can be processed in batches as well as instantaneously with candidates being able to check their admission status at any point in time on the JAMB portal.
Functions of the JAMB CAPS Portal
- To access the JAMB admission status.
- To accept/reject admission offers.
- Also, to upload screening documents like the O’level certificate for review during JAMB registration.
- Lot more…
Accept or Reject Admission Offer on JAMB CAPS
- Go to the JAMB E-facility portal at https://portal.jamb.gov.ng/efacility/.
- Supply your Email Address and Password in the required columns and then log in.
- Then locate and click on ‘Check Admission Status.
- Select your examination year, supply your JAMB registration number in the required column and then click on the ‘Access my CAPS‘ button.
- Select ‘Admission Status‘ on the left panel.
- Locate and click on the ‘Search button in front of your JAMB Registration Number to load your profile.
- You can now accept/reject your admission offer under ‘Admission Profile’.
- If you have been offered admission the Accept Admission and Reject Admission buttons will be active (clickable) as highlighted in Red below.
- If you have NOT been offered admission yet, the Accepted Admission and Reject Admission buttons will be inactive (not clickable and greyed out) as highlighted in Red colour below.
- Admission Status details (highlighted in blue) may differ. If not yet offered admission, please keep checking.
About the Admission Offer
After following the steps outlined above in other to check if you have been offered admission on the JAMB CAPS portal, there are series of messages you are bound to see after you have input your JAMB Registration Number.
Below are the messages you will likely receive when you check your admission status using the JAMB caps and what you need to do concerning that.
1. ADMITTED: If you check your admission status and what you see is admitted, then congratulations as you have been offered admission and you can now proceed to accept the admission and follow the next instruction after accepting your admission.
2. RECOMMENDED: If after checking your admission status and you see Recommended, it means you may have been offered admission in another school other than the one you chose or an opportunity was opened for you in another school.
3. NOT ADMITTED: The Third set of messages you may likely see when trying to check if you have been offered admission is Not Admitted.
In this case, you have been considered for admission just yet or you will not be offered admission at all. If you see this message, you are not allowed to accept admission.
4. ADMISSION IN PROGRESS, CHECK BACK LATER: If you see the above message bearing admission in progress, check back later, then it has a straightforward explanation which means that your school is yet to release the admission list or that they are still releasing the admission list.
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