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How To Apply For 2017 JAMB Change of Course / Institution – See Deadline

2017 JAMB change of course/ institution has started
We have just received information that the 2017 JAMB Change
of Course/Institution Process has begun.
According to the reports we received, this process can only be
done at the accredited CBT Centres.
Before you head out to check if this process has started at an
accredited CBT Centre around you, please ensure the
– That you know exactly the Changes of Course/Institution you
would like to make changes to.
Please ensure you do your research to ensure that the school
you are changing to does not usually cut-off higher than your
– That you can change one or all your courses/institutions at
the same time.
– That once the form is submitted, you can no longer make any
changes again (or else the system has changed)
– That you select a Course/Institution that aligns with your
subject combination. If you don’t do this, your school will
screen you out. Please use the Online JAMB Brochure to
– There may be a limited number of schools or courses you
can change to, so be sure to have 3 or 4 options, just in case
the one you want to change to is not available.
– You could be charged about N2,500 to effect this change.
– Please use the Online JAMB Brochure to ensure the course
you are choosing is done in your choice institution.
If you are going for this service, please use the comment
section to let us know how the process is going on at your
Any questions?


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13 Comments on How To Apply For 2017 JAMB Change of Course / Institution – See Deadline

  1. please i have 5 credit in my olevel result,and 208 in jamb(40mark in economics)and i wanted to study economics at unilag.please what is my hope


  2. pls can i get admission into unilorin with 186 jamb result to study history


    • @paul, an impressive jamb score, you know. Having 40marks in econs doesn’t lessen your chance of admission. But, you must not hesitate to understand that 5 credits only in your o’level is very dangerous because point calculation system is being administered by Jamb as at now.


  3. Pls i chose unilag to study pharmacology nd i had 240 in my jamb…pls i don’t know if i should change school or if i have chances


  4. pls is political science competetive in uni of abuja. bcos 4 scored 210 and have b3 in comm and crs. and c6 in maths eng govt econs agric and c5 in biology


  5. Haruna elejo // __ May 24, 2017 at 10:44 AM // Reply

    Pls what is the cut off mark for law in unilorin


  6. please can i still go for unilag or change to either ui or oau and please how do jamb calculate our olevel result

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  7. pls sir i score 201 in jamb and hv 2c and 3b
    in my waec in one sitting is there a chance
    for me to get admission in unizik for nursing
    or should i change a course. pls help


  8. i mean how will jamb calculate our o level result cut of mark because i have four c6 and one c5 and the second quetion is that should i go for unilag or change institution


  9. i scored 210 in jamb and chose uni abuja and absu as my 1st and 2nd choice for political science and have and o level score of B3in comm and crs C5 in biology C6 in eng, maths and agric, econs, govt.
    will i be admitted?


  10. kalu oluchi // __ May 24, 2017 at 1:57 PM // Reply

    i scored 203 in jamb and choose unizik as my 1st will i be admitted


    • pls i scored 197 in my jamb and i got b’s in my o’level results…pls do i hav any chance of geting admission into futo for petroleum engineering


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