This is page is all about Uniport Admission 2017/2018 – Requirements, Cutoff Mark, Updates, Post-UTME
For all aspirants that selected Uniport as their first or second choice university, this page is a dynamic page which means it will always be updated when something or information related to Uniport Admission 2017/2018 pops out.
The Jamb (UTME) Examination is around the corner and I feel its time to unite all aspirants of the institution to one page not to get scammed or easily swayed by wrong information whatsoever.
How is the Uniport Admission Process for 2017/2018 going to be like?
Using last year’s process (2016/2017) as a case study.
The minister of Education Malam Adamu Adamu stopped POST UTME
POST UTME means Examination after Jamb in which candidates that surpass the Jamb cutoff mark are expected to write the exam conducted by the school of choice.
Let’s say you scored 230 in Jamb, the university you selected maybe Uniport general cutoff mark is 200, you have surpassed the cutoff mark and you can go for the exam after obtaining the POST UTME form.
POST UTME was cancelled last year by the minister of education thereby making the Admission process and calendar of last year very slow.
The admission process for this year is not yet known but I’m 89% sure that there won’t be POST-UTME this year too.
What are my chances of gaining admission to Uniport?
First and foremost you have to pray, always put God first in all your endeavour, keep cool head and be expectant.
Uniport made use of jamb scores last year to screen candidates, which means those with high jamb scores were admitted and with good O’ Level result.
To be on a safer side, try and get a high jamb score, 200+ is good but try and cross border 250+ to be more on a safer side.
According to Jamb stat, Uniport recorded a big number of applicants last year after Uniport —> More than 80000 students applied for uniport and not more than 10000 were admitted, you see how competitive it is?… Its survival of the fittest.
You chose uniport willingly right? Know you are in for a fight, don’t just relax, read if you have not been reading for the Jamb because your admission depends on it.
Make sure you have a complete O’level result (Waec or Neco)
Can I use 2 sittings?
Yes you can but your chances are slim bro or sis, try as much as possible to get high jamb score to coverup the loop hole.
There are many with high jamb scores and one O’level result.
There are some courses like medicine, law you can’t use 2 or more sittings for…
Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Law and other high courses —> Only one waec or neco result is allowed.
Uniport Admission Process is not complicated as you think, its always fast and straightforward, they were the first to release admission list last year… No suspense, the school is disciplined and has no time to delay students.
Note that these are just the pre-hints, or what you should have in mind after selecting Uniport as your school choice.
Do well in you jamb, get high grades and wait for next update.
Other things you should note…
Your jamb subject combination should be okay, consult a student of the school to get information for you or consult Jamb brochure.
Your name should rhyme with all your documents, this is a very important thing you shouldn’t joke with, the names on your birth certificate should be the ones on all your documents, if not please go to the court and do name correction affidavit to be on a safer side.
See you soon guys…
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