How to Check Zamfara State SUBEB Shortlisted Candidates 2024

Are you eagerly waiting to find out if you’ve been shortlisted for the Zamfara State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) recruitment for the 2024/2025 cycle? This article provides all the essential details you need, including how to check the shortlist, what to do if you’re shortlisted, and the documents required for the screening process.


The Zamfara State SUBEB has released its long-awaited list of shortlisted candidates! This is exciting news for those who applied for teaching positions.

Didn’t Apply? No Worries!

If you missed out on this recruitment cycle, don’t be discouraged. Keep an eye on the official SUBEB website for future opportunities.

How to Check the Shortlist:

Here’s how to see if you’ve made it to the next stage:

  1. Visit the official website of Zamfara State at
  2. Look for the “Recruitment” or “Career” section.
  3. Find the specific announcement or link regarding the shortlisted candidates for the SUBEB recruitment.
  4. Click on the link to access the list.
  5. Alternatively, you can check the SUBEB’s social media pages for any announcements.
  6. Search for your name or application number on the list.
  7. If you’re shortlisted, congratulations! Carefully read the instructions provided for the next steps in the recruitment process.
  8. If you’re not on the list this time, don’t lose hope. Keep checking the official channels for future recruitment opportunities.

Important Notice for Shortlisted Candidates:

  • Professional Conduct: Maintain good behavior and composure throughout the selection process. Remember, this reflects on your suitability for the teaching role.
  • Physical and Mental Fitness: It’s important to be physically, mentally, and psychologically fit to be an effective teacher.
  • Beware of Scams: The recruitment process is fair and transparent. There should be no payments involved in securing the job. Don’t engage with anyone who claims otherwise.
  • Screening Process: Shortlisting doesn’t guarantee selection. All shortlisted candidates will need to go through a screening process, most likely a Computer-Based Test (CBT). You’ll receive an email with details about the date, time, and location of the screening test.

Required Documents for Screening:

When you go to the screening center, make sure you bring the following documents to verify your application and identity:

  • Recent Passport Photographs: A few passport-sized photos for identification purposes.
  • Local Government Identification: Your certificate of Local Government Area (LGA) of origin.
  • Registration Slip Printout: A printed copy of your registration slip to confirm your application details.
  • Signed Certificate of State of Origin: A properly signed and certified certificate proving your state of origin.
  • Educational Certificates: Bring original certificates from recognized institutions, such as your Primary Six Leaving Certificate, Senior Secondary School Certificate, or any relevant degrees like B.Sc, B.Ed, B.A (Ed), HND, OND, or NCE certificates.
  • Birth Certificate or Age Declaration Affidavit: Present either your birth certificate issued by the National Population Commission or a sworn statement (affidavit) declaring your age.
  • Valid ID: A valid form of identification such as a Driver’s License, National ID Card, National Identification Number (NIN), International Passport, or Voter’s card.
  • Application Reply Printout: Keep a copy of the printout you received after submitting your online application.
  • Bank Verification Number (BVN): You might need to provide your Bank Verification Number for verification purposes.

Stay Informed:

We recommend regularly checking the Zamfara State SUBEB website for updates on the recruitment process. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to leave a comment below. We’ll do our best to assist you.

Best of Luck!

We wish all the shortlisted candidates the very best of luck in the screening process and beyond!

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