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Which University or Polytechnic Accept Awaiting Result, AR? (check)

On the issue of which university or polytechnic accept awaiting result, (AR) for admission, Students Nigeria‘s Course Adviser has a lot to reveal to candidates seeking acceptance into tertiary institutions with incomplete o’level results.

Whether you are trying to combine 2 singly-incomplete WAEC or NECO results is not the problem, what truly matters is whether or not the single or combined results have at least 5 credit passes including (English and Maths with 3 subjects relevant to your field of study. If your’s lacks anything, then this post is for you!

The sad truth is no university, polytechnic or college of education is allowed (officially) by the rules governing admissions in Nigeria to accept candidates with deficient o’level results. Both NUC and NBTE forbid such, unless in cases where the school management (or heads of department -HODs) does so on personal discretion.

We must admit however that in some schools, academic calendar will decide if awaiting result will be possible for admission or not. In any case however, effort should be made by candidates to study hard and clear their SSCE results while still in the four walls of secondary school as life doesn’t get easier thereafter.

On a lighter note, privately owned schools mostly accept awaiting results. Some state schools also does accept but all these are based on condition that candidates will provide a complete result within a stipulated timeline, failing which he or she is withdrawn.

If you are searching for such university or polytechnic that accept awaiting results for admission purposes, we suggest you check out [this publication]. On same vein, candidates seeking for information on admission to 200L using DE with awaiting or lower OND, NCE results should [read this].


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