IJMB means Interim Joint Matriculation Board, is a program moderated by Ahmedu Bello University, a one year program where after you are through and pass the exam, you will be able to use the result to gain admission into any Universities in Nigeria that accept IJMB
IJMB result does not expire and you can use the result even 7 years after the program, unlike JAMB which you need to write year in and year out.
The IJMB registration 2022 has started, If you want to register for the 2022/2023 IJMB to gain admission into 200L of the University of your Choice, registration is ongoing and about to close. You can register today
IJMB is an alternative to JAMB, one year program supervised by ABU, Zaria that you can use to study any course without writing JAMB, but of course, you will buy D.E entry form, and go through post UTME/screening as determine by your choice of university.
The registration for 2022/2023 IJMB going on the IJMB consultant portal for the year and registration fee is #8,500. The requirement for IJMB registration is 0’level result even though you can use awiting result for those who have one deficiency or the other.
For the 2022 registration lectures for the IJMB 2022/2023 academic session is expected to commence between April and May this year.
Also, check when the IJMB 2022 registration will be closed and also see when lectures are expected to commence as update the IJMB portal daily as information gets to us
So, therefore, it is advisable for students or candidates who are ready to apply to register for the IJMB program to rather go to the website or visit the IJMBE website directly in order of avoiding any misleading information or even fraud.
Those who have not registered and wish to use IJMB to gain admission into 200 level in 2023 must register now as late IJMB registration will start soon
Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination (IJMB) is a programme that is been controlled, supervised and headed by Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, as largely known by most Nigerians, is a program that when linked or joined with the Direct Entry form, the students who succeeded in going through the program will be able to make use of it to get admission into the 200L among the IJMB tertiary institutions that accepts to program into any course of study.
The IJMB fees is between #178,000 to #268,000 depending on the center you want. These fees include the accommodation, acceptance fee, exam fee and school fees, and practical fees for science. Some available IJMB centres are in Abuja, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Edo state, Enugu, Anambra, Osun Kwara, Lagos, Ondo, Ekiti, Ogun, Imo, etc. On the IJMB website, you will see all centres that we covered.
For those set of students that do not have much idea on the process of applying and registering for the IJMB program, there are steps or guidelines you need to follow. This set of guidelines will be listed below.
STEPS FOR IJMB PROGRAM Registration
- The first step is to fill out the IJMB form
- Also, you make payment for the form fee which is presently #8,500
The IJMB fee page shows the breakdown of IJMB. For those who are doing IJMB currently, that is the 2022/2023 session, Your final exam is expected to kick off in early Early May 2022.
And for those who register for the 2022/2023 academic session, will conduct their exam by May 2023
This article clearly states out the expected time when the IJMB 2022/2023 registration is to commence.
Website at >>> https://ijmb.com.ng/ijmb-registration/
Head Office: We have many IJMB centres that can be seen from the links above. But the address of our Head office is at below
IJMBWAY Alevel Registration,
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