Let us quickly answer these two questions as fast as possible as so many applicants are still very worried and concerned about it. If you go through some of the comments on this blog about the posting issue, you will realize that, the most frequently asked questions by applicants are four in number. Three of these has been answered while the remaining one is what I want to answer now.
JAMB Posting Most Frequent Asked Questions Are:
1) I have been posted by Jamb to my University of choice, what would be the nature of the screening please? This has been answered click HERE to read it.
2) What are the criteria for Jamb posting for admission this year? I have equally answered this and you can click HERE to read it.
3) Am yet to be posted, and when will Jamb post me for admission screening? I have answered this also…
4) Will Jamb Post and recommend Applicants with awaiting result for admission? This is a question am yet to answer and will do that right now with evidence from Jamb’s statements.
Will JAMB post and Recommend Candidate With awaiting Result For Admission?
This is a serious question to be answered and applicants who applied with awaiting result should know their faith with it.
If you just wrote your WAEC or NECO in this 2016 and you have earlier writen Jamb, It means you applied with awaiting result during your UTME registration.
This is because JAMB required all UTME applicants to input their O’Level result on their database as at the time of registration. Due to the fact that you were yet to write WAEC/NECO as of then, you chose to use Awaiting result because there was a provision for that.
Now that JAMB is posting applicants to their various schools and you are yet to be posted, you started contemplating if Jamb will post you for admission or not.
Will Jamb post applicants with awaiting results? The answer is Yes…Jamb will post and recommend candidate with awaiting result for admission into their respective University. This information is contained in the 2016/2017 JAMB admission guidelines and you can download the official document HERE to read by yourself.
According to JAMB in the item number 7 of the document, it was clearly written that, “ the lists of qualified candidate awaiting SSCE/A Level can be Kept in view (K.I.V) pending the release of their result”
From the above statement, you can now see that Jamb will post all awaiting result that are qualified and expect schools to also screen them and keep their list in view till their O level results are out before given them admission.
NOTE: If you are yet to be posted, keep calm, Jamb will post you. More than 1.2million applicants scored above 180 in Jamb and are all expected to be posted. So just exercise patient and relax while I continue to update you.
All the best dear.