Following conclusion of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination for 2015/16 admissions, Post UTME Screening for various Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education will come next. Let’s say you scored between 180 – 199 in JAMB CBT, this article will guide you on what to do next, what to expect and what not to expect as far as 2015/16 admission is concerned.
We understand that you read for the examination, took the test with all hopes to excel in the Computer Based Test in such a way that you obtain far above your School of Choice’s Cut off mark. You did your best, but maybe your best wasn’t just good enough. Let’s make do with what we have. What you have qualifies you for participation in Post UTME screening of most State Universities and a few Federal Universities.
JAMB Score Between 180 – 199: What To Do
1. Know your school cut off mark: various schools have different cut off marks for Post UTME and admission, some of which is higher in some courses and lower for some other departments. First confirm what your school is accepting and see if this suits you. If not, try change of school. We have list of schools that accept 180+ here.
2. Know your course cut off marks: various schools have different cut off marks for their courses, some of which is higher in some courses and lower for some other departments. First confirm what your department is accepting and see if this suits you. If not, try change of course.
3. Settle for one school/course: Don’t let indecision take the greater part of you and remember that it is dangerous to choose a course because your friends are studying the course. Make your choices to reflect what your innermost being is capable of carrying, and then start preparing for the post UTME ahead of time.
4. Get Materials: One of the secrets of passing post UTME screening is studying with past question and answers from that school. Most schools in Nigeria repeat PQs for lack of fresh questions. If you need to beat them hands down, get their materials here. We also give you free SMS alert throughout your admission year.
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