A lot of jambite are aiming to re-register JAMB, The question “Can I use last year’s Jamb profile code for this year?” arises from google trends.
So many unanswered questions such as; Are it true that you should use another number for your profile code? Is it true that applicants must open a new email? Will it be better to ignore the last profile and start afresh for this admission year?
The introduction of NIN for JAMB registration brought a whole lot of changes to the system. JAMB required that you use your NIN to get the profile code and the data on your National ID card will be exported for your JAMB registration.
Can I use last year’s Jamb profile code for this year?
Starting from the 2022 admission year, every candidate who had done JAMB or processed admission in the year 2021 or before will be forced to use the same profile used last year.
Therefore, your profile code has been tied with the NIN. And since you can’t change your NIN this year or next year, you can’t change your profile code too.
How Do I Get my Last Year Profile Code?
it is pretty simply;
1. Visit the JAMB Portal @ www.jamb.gov.ng
2. Log in to your last year’s JAMB profile using your email, phone number and password.
3. At the top of the page is a 10-digit number which is your profile code.
4. Copy that and proceed to buy your JAMB form.
OR Send a text message, “RESEND” to “55019” on the same line you used to get the message the first time. This will cost N50!
But what If I Lost the Phone Line Used Last Year?
First, Your details are exported from NIMC’s database to create a jamb profile code for you. Hence; The phone number, profile code, and NIN are tied together.
Secondly, it is impossible to use your mothers’, fathers’, or relatives’ phone lines to get the profile codes. Therefore You must welcome back to that very sim card lost
Yes, keep using the same old profile code if you must buy another JAMB
NO, JAMB profile code do not expire
No, you can’t
No JAMB Registration Will not Be Possible Without NIN and Profile Code
WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED?