JAMB OLevel Upload – How to Uload Olevel to JAMB CAPs


How to Upload Olevel to Jamb CAPs?

All JAMB Apllicants are expected to upload their Olevel to JAMB CAPs through an approved CBT. We have arranged with some of these CBTs so that students can send them their Olevel through our website. Some of the details you required to eneter are; your exam number, exam year, subjects and grades and an attachment of the Olevel.

Why Do I neeed to Upload Olevel to Jamb CAPs?

Higher institutions may not process your admissions if you did not upload your olevel result on JAMB CAPs.

How will I confirm if my OLevel have been uploaded by the CBT

You can confirm your olevel status on CAPs using the following process.

  1. Log-in (https://jamb.gov.ng/Efacility,) using your Email Address and Password
  2. Click on ‘Check Admission Status,
  3. Click on ‘Access my CAPS’
  4. Click on ‘My O’level result to confirm if your O’level is uploaded.

Using phone will not give you all the olevel details, so it’s advisable to use computer to access your CAPs.

NOTE: You need to register and login on our site before you can upload your olevel to jamb through our site.


How to Create JAMB Profile for 2021 JAMB

The Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) has commenced the updating of 2021 JAMB profile with introduction of an email. The procedure for linking the Email to jamb profile will be as follows.

Using the candidate registered number.

1. Send Email then space your Fresh Email (2times) Kindly affix the space in between and send to 55019.

E.g: Email cardiovax@gmail.com

Make sure the email is valid and accessable also ensure you type it correctly

Then send to 55019

A fee of #50 will be deducted.

A message will be sent to your Email stating that “The email has successfully updated” and the password will be sent to the registered Email.

Candidate can then proceed to login to JAMB CAPS 2021 official portal with the registered Email and password will be sent to the Mailbox.

Click here to Login or Register



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