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POST UTME 2018 - Tips To Pass Your Post UTME And Gain Admission

After passing your JAMB exam the next hurdle to cross is the post UTME screening for the school of your choice. The screening exam is nothing to be scared of, just follow the guidelines we are presenting to you and you are sure to be successful.

The guidelines provided are strictly for persons whose school of choice conduct screening exams, exams/test are usually Computer Based Test (CBT).
If you are reading this it means you have passed your JAMB and you are familiar with writing exams with computers. Read this post carefully, if there are any points you do not understand; feel free to let us know below.

The first thing to do is to ensure you know what you are fighting for, hence you are expected to know the score you need in the post-utme to be successful. If your course requires you to score 50% you can plan to score over 80%.

Now let's go into the main aim of this post; how to pass POST JAMB easily.

START READING
There is nothing like to much reading, although you should give yourself adequate time to rest and recover from all stress. Do not feel relaxed that you have passed your JAMB there is still a lot to overcome. Prepare for your exam. Study hard and try not to forget what you have read.

PRACTICE POST-UTME PAST QUESTIONS
Get your school post-UTME past question papers and practice, use it as a study guide and you are sure to succeed. This goes hand in hand with your reading.
Please know that the past question is just to study, the questions might not be repeated but it would be similar.

APPLY FOR POST-UTME SCREENING ON TIME
Ensure you know when the screening form for your school is out and apply immediately. Some persons would miss the screening exam because they did not register for the exam.ALWAYS VISIT THIS WEBSITE TO KNOW WHEN YOUR SCHOOL OF CHOICE STARTS SELLING THEIR ADMISSION FORMS.

PUT GOD FIRST
Have it in mind to always put God first in whatever you do, error might occur but put God first and always pray as you read.

GO TO THE SCREENING VENUE ON TIME
No matter where you live, you are advised to be at the venue for the screening before time so as to avoid stories that touch. There might not anybody to beg to allow you write if you are late. With the above listed points you should be able to succeed in the exam and get that admission you truly deserve. Always stay with us for more updates concerning ADMISSION IN NIGERIA

GOODLUCK!

Kano State College Of Nursing & Midwifery 2018/2019 Admission Form On Sale

The Kano State College of Nursing and Midwifery, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Madobi Admission Forms for 2018/2019 Academic Session On Sale.

This is to announce the general public! For all students that wish to apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Programme should bee aware that, the school Nursing and Midwifery Madobi commenced sales of form for 2018/2019 academic session as follows below:

Date: Wednesday 18th April, 2018.
 
Venue: College Office located at the school of Nursing Kano Behind Aminu Kano Teaching hospital (AKTH).
Time: 8:00am

NOTE: All interested students should come along with his/her SSCE result.

First come First serve!!!

JAMB 2018 Data Correction / Change Of Course & Institution Portal Now Open - See Procedures

This is to inform all 2018 JAMB candidates that JAMB has re-enabled the portal for the Data Correction/change of course and institution .

All candidates who wish to effect changes on either their course/institution, Gender & State/LGA are to note that this can be done on the e-facility platform.

UTME Data Correction

Notes

You can only perform direct correction for the following data group

  • Names Correction (Correction can only be done once)
  • Passport Photograph Correction (Correction can only be done once)
  • Gender Correction (Correction can only be done once)
  • UTME Subjects Correction (closed)(Correction can only be done once)
  • State/LGA Correction (Correction can only be done once)
  • Profile Correction (Correction can only be done once)
  • Choice of Institution/Course Correction (Correction can only be done twice with separate payments)


  • JAMB CHANGE OF COURSE & INSTITUTION / DATA CORRECTION PROCEDURE

    Step 1. Go to JAMB portal at http:// www.jamb.org.ng/efacility/ .

    2. Login with your Email and Password

    3. Click on Registration & Click on UTME Data Correction

    4. Click on "make payment"

    5. You can pay directly online (N2500) or you generate Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number and proced to any bank with your (RRR) number generated under "Data Correction"

    6. After Payment, repeat step 1, 2 & 3 above.

    7. select the one you wish to correct i.e Gender Correction, State/LGA Correction , Choice of Institution/Course Correction,

    8. Fill your new details correctly...


    8. finally click on "Save Changes" and print out your Change of Course/Institution Slip.

    Deadline : Not Yet Specified


    Other Corrections as listed below can be done via the 'Application for Correction of Data' menu

    - Names Correction
    - Date of Birth
    - Passport Photograph Correction
    - UTME Subjects Correctio

    Before you proceed to do JAMB Data Correction, please make sure you do the following;

    -Be sure of the Course/Institution you would like to make changes. Verify if the course is available in the school using the JAMB Brochure.

    -Ensure verify that the school you are changing to does not usually have a cut off mark higher than your score.

    - Ensure you select a Course/Institution that is in line with your subject combination to avoid being screened out during your school's admission screening exercise.

    Also note the following;

    - You can change one or all your courses/institutions at the same time.

    - Once the form is submitted, you can no longer make any changes again (or else).

    - There may be a limited number of schools or courses you can change to, so be sure to have 3 or 4 options, just in case the one you want to change to is not available.

    - The cost for the Data correction is N2,500.

    JAMB Explains Removal of Some 2018 Candidates' Results On Its Portal

    The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said the 2018 Unified Tertiary University Examinations (UTME) candidates who could no longer access their results even after seeing it inititially might have had their results withheld.

     

    This was disclosed by the boards head of media., Fabian Benjamin, in an interview with newsmen.

    It was gathered that some candidates have earlier becried the the removal of their released results from the website of the Board, after initially accessing it.

    The candidates complained that all they now see when they try to check their results is, “You do not have any result yet” or “you did not write the examination,” after such results were earlier published.

    According to Mr. Benjamin, the board may reschedule the examinations for some whose cases are exceptional and such candidates will be contacted before then.

    He explained that the board was still working to release other results.

    Mr. Benjamin also enjoined those who intend to change their choice of institutions before the 2018/19 admissions process begins, to visit the board’s site and follow the procedure as displayed.

    He said the process has been ongoing and costs N2, 500 only and can only be processed online, just like every other process of the board.

    NYSC 2018 Batch A Call-Up Letter Printing Date And Procedure

    This is to inform all prospective corps members that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Management will release the call-up letter for 2018 batch A orientation exercise on Thursday, 12th April, 2018.

    Prospective Corps Members who paid for their call up letters during online registration are to proceed online to print their call-ups by following the procedure.

    NYSC 2018 Batch A Call-Up Letter Printing Procedure

    1. Go to NYSC portal at http://portal.nysc.org.ng.
    2. Login with your registered email and password.
    3. Click on ‘Print Call Up Letter’ link to access and print your call-up letter.

      Printing of call up letters starts in the morning of Thursday, 12th and end on Sunday, 15th April, 2018. Those who didn’t pay should collect their call-up letters from Thursday, 12th April from their various institutions of graduation.

      Prospective Corps members are to login with their valid and functional e-mail addresses with which they registered with.

      All PCMs are to proceed to their Orientation camps at the camp addresses indicated in their call-up letters.

    5 Credentials Prospective Corps Members MUST Take To Camp

    The NYSC registration for Batch A stream 1 prospective corps members has started and very soon, the orientation programs would begin across the country.

    Going for the National Youth Service Corps NYSC requires prospective corps members to take certain credentials with them to camps.

    These documents are so essentials that no corps member will be allowed to participate in any activities in the NYSC scheme without them.

    1. Call up letter

    Your Call up Letter is the most important credentials you must not forget to take to the camp. It is a vital document for camp registration as it serves as the only evidence that you are a prospective corps member and not in the camp to impersonate anyone.

    The Call-up letter will be taken from you and returned later, however, DO NOT laminate this letter.

    2. Final year ID card

    Your final year ID card is another essential credential you'll be requested to present at the camp. This, of course, is meant to confirm your studentship and avoid impersonation.

    Note that it must be the ID card your school authorities issued in your final year, not the ones you used in your early years at the university or polytechnic.

    3. Notification/Statement of Result

    The statement of result from your school is also an essential document no prospective corp member can do without. Your school will provide you with this before leaving for the camp, so make sure you get yours.

     

    4. Passport photographs

    Make sure you take as many Passports photographs as you can, about 20 in red backgrounds. You would need them at every registration point at the camp.

    5. Medical report

    The medical report is very important for prospective corps members who have a reason to seek redeployment.

    If you are posted to a state and you need to redeploy to serve in another state that is close to your family on health ground, the camp officials will ask you to provide your medical reports before your redeployment can be processed.

    Goodluck!

    2018 Nigerian Army 77 Regular Recruit Intake Pre-Screening Exercise Date Announced

    The Nigerian Army 77th Regular Recruit Intake State Recruitment Screening Exercise Date Nationwide for all Shortlisted Applicants for 2018.

    This is to inform all shortlisted applicants for the 77th Nigerian Army Regular Recruit Exercise that they are hereby informed to appear for the screening exercise in their respective states.

    The Nigerian Army 77 Regular Recruit Intake Exercise which was earlier Postponed has now been fixed to commence on 9th April, 2018 by 7am.

     

    Further details are provided to all shortlisted candidates

    Applicants are to make sure to confirm their application process again to see if they were shortlisted before appearing for the screening exercise.

     

    Note: Applicants are advised in their own interest not to give any form of gratification or inducement to any person or group of persons to assist them in the recruitment exercise.

    To access your status i.e. whether you are shortlisted for the pre-screening examination or not, follow the procedure outlined below.

    Nigerian Army List of Shortlisted Candidates.

    • Applicants are to visit http://recruitment.army.mil.ng/
    • Supply your Application Number in the required column.
    • Finally, click on Verify Status to know whether you’re qualified for the pre-screening examination or not.

    Shortlisted Candidates are to come for screening with the following:

    Selected Candidates to report to their various states screening centres with the following items:
    1. White vests.
    2. Blue short.
    3. White canvas.
    4. White socks.
    5. Original and photocopies of their credentials.
    6. Relevant scratch cards for online verification of result (WASSEC/GCE/NECO/NABTEB).
    7. Writing materials (Biro and Pencil)
    8. File Jacket
    9. National Identity card/slip
    10. Passports and full size 5 x 7 photographs

    UNIUYO 2018/2019 JUPEB/Basic Studies Admission Form On Sale

    Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into a one-year Basic
    Studies Programme of the University of Uyo for the 2018/2019 academic year.

    Limited hostel accommodation is available on campus for female students ONLY.

    The Basic Studies Programme is designed to prepare students for the examinations conducted by the Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB). Holders of the JUPEB certificate would subsequently be admitted into the 200 level of the degree programmes offered by the University of Uyo through Direct Entry JAMB in the courses listed below:

    A. Faculty of Agriculture

    (i) Agric. Econs & Extension
    (ii) Animal Science
    (iii) Crop Science
    (iv) Fisheries & Aquatic Environmental Management
    (v) Forestry & Wildlife
    (vi) Food Science & Tech.
    (vii) Human Ecology, Nutrition and Dietetics
    (viii) Soil Science & Land Resources Management


    B. Faculty of Arts

    (i) Communication Arts
    (ii) English
    (iii) Foreign Language (French)
    (iv) History & International Studies
    (v) Religious and Cultural Studies
    (vi) Theatre Arts

    C. Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences

    (i) Anatomy
    (ii) Biochemistry
    (iii) Physiology

    D. Faculty of Business Administration

    (i) Accounting
    (ii) Banking and Finance
    (iii) Business Management
    (iv) Insurance
    (v) Marketing

    E. Faculty of Clinical Sciences

    (i) Medicine and Surgery

    F. Faculty of Education

    (i) Agricultural Science Education
    (ii) Business Education/Accounting
    (iii) Biology Education
    (iv) Chemistry Education
    (v) Computer Science Education
    (vi) Economics Education
    (vii) English Education
    (viii) French Education
    (ix) Fine Arts Education
    (x) Guidance & Counselling
    (xi) Geography Education
    (xii) Home Economics Education
    (xiii) Health Education
    (xiv) Integrated Science Education
    (xv) Library and Information Science
    (xvi) Mathematics Education
    (xvii) Pre-Primary/Primary Education
    (xviii) Physics Education
    (xix) Physical Education
    (xx) Religious Studies Education
    (xxi) Social Studies Education
    (xxii) Technical Education
    (xxiii) Vocational Education

    G. Faculty of Engineering

    (i) Agricultural Engineering
    (ii) Chemical Engineering
    (iii) Civil Engineering
    (iv) Computer Engineering
    (v) Electrical/Electronics Engineering
    (vi) Food Engineering
    (vii) Mechanical Engineering
    (viii) Petroleum Engineering

    H. Faculty of Environmental Studies

    (i) Architecture
    (ii) Building Technology
    (iii) Geoinformatics & Surveying
    (vi) Quantity Surveying
    (vii) Urban & Regional Planning
    (viii) Estate Management

    I. Faculty of Law

    J. Faculty of Pharmacy

    K. Faculty of Science

    (i) Animal Science and Environmental Biology
    (ii) Botany & Ecological Studies
    (iii) Chemistry
    (iv) Computer Science
    (v) Mathematics
    (vi) Microbiology
    (vii) Physics
    (viii) Statistics

    L. Faculty of Social Sciences

    (i) Economics
    (ii) Geography & Natural Resources Management
    (iii) Political Science/Public Administration
    (v) Psychology
    (iv) Sociology /Anthropology

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

    Candidates are required to have a minimum of five (5) credit passes including English Language and any four (4) other subjects relevant to their course of study obtained at not more than two (2) sittings at the SSCE/WASCE, GCE O/L/NECO and NABTEB. Admission into the programme is usually through a University screening test. At the end of the programme, successful candidates of the JUPEB examination will be admitted into 200 level in various degree courses in the University of Uyo provided they satisfy the admission criteria for such courses.

    NOTE:JAMB Score is not required for admission into this programme.

    Candidates for the 2018 UTME can also apply as there will be no supplementary application for this programme.

    Admission into the Basic Studies programme will be through Computer Based Test (CBT)

    METHOD OF APPLICATION

    Eligible candidates should pay a non-refundable deposit in the sum of N15, 500.00 (Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred Naira) only via the University Portal (http://uniuyo.edu.ng/eportals)

    Online Registration and Payment Instruction

    1. Visit https://uniuyo.edu.ng/eportals or www.uniuyo.edu.ng (Click on e-portals link)
    2. Select Admission Forms Link
    3. Select e-Form(s) Option
    4. Select Basic Studies as the Admission Form Type
    5. Enter your Phone Number, Name and Email
    6. Click the PAY NOW button to make payment
    7. Payment can be make online or Bank branch
    8. After payment return to the online portal and click on Register Link to complete your
    registration
    Note:
    (i) The same passport photograph used for the online registration will be used during the screening exercise and for registration after the offer of admission.

    (ii) No complaint of wrong Bio-Data or blank photograph will be entertained after submission.

    (iii) Candidates who up-load wrong bio-data will automatically be disqualified.

    Candidates are required to come for the screening exercise with the following items:
    (i) One (1) copy of the University of Uyo 2018 ONLINE registration form dully completed with the passport-size photograph printed in colour.

    Note: Only colour printout will be accepted.

    (ii) One (1) recent passport-size photographs on red background (same photograph as the one used  for the on-line registration) with the name and signature of the candidate on the reverse side of the photographs.

    These should be packaged in quarto- size envelope and labeled with the candidate’s name and the department.

    (iii) HB pencil, eraser and sharpener.

    No GSM handsets, calculators, four-figure tables or any other extraneous materials should be brought into the screening halls.

    Screening Exercise Date/Portal Closure for Basic Studies/JUPEB

    • Closing Date for registration: Saturday, June 30, 2018
    • Date for screening exercise: Monday, July 2 to Friday, July 6, 2018
    • Venue: for the screening exercise: PTDF Resource Centre, Town Campus Annex, Uyo
    • Time: 7:00am

    Signed:
    Aniediabasi Udofia
    Registrar and Secretary to
    Senate 

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