KSU Post UTME Screening Form 2020/2021 Admission Session.

KSU Post UTME Screening Form  ↔ The Kogi State University KSU Post UTME Screening Form for the 2020/2021 academic session and how to apply online…More details are written below.


KSU Post UTME Admission Form

KSU Post UTME Screening Form

This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission into Kogi State University, Anyigba, for the 2019/2020 Academic Session and who made the institution their FIRST CHOICE, that the admission screening exercise will take place between Monday, 26th to Saturday 31ST AUGUST, 2019 for both UTME candidates and Direct Entry candidates (Printouts to decide date for various candidates. The admission screening will be through a Computer-Based Test (CBT) in subjects similar to their UTME subject combination

Candidates who made the University their SECOND CHOICE NEED NOT TO REGISTER for the Screening Exercise.

Candidates, parents, guardians, and the general public are to note that ability to read and click or move the mouse on the computer are the only requirements for the test.

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KSU Accredited Courses and Requirements

KSU Post UTME Screening Exercise Eligibility.

  • Only candidates with UTME Score of 160 and above with minimum of Five (5) O’Level Credit Passes in the relevant subject, including English Language (and Mathematics for programmes in Faculties of Natural Sciences, Management Sciences, Agriculture, Social Sciences and some programmes in the Faculty of Education) at not more than two sittings are eligible to attend the Screening Exercise. However, some courses required marks that are way higher than 160, it’s advisable you check ››› KSU Cut-Off Marks for 2020/2021 Admission Exercise.
  • Direct Entry Candidates should have minimum of 9 points from A’level result or its equivalent; (and minimum of “C grade” for teaching subjects in NCE) Upper Credit in OND or Lower Credit in HND.
  • Diploma must be in the course applied

Note: UTME Candidates who did not meet up with the courses they applied for are advised to effect change of course on www.jamb.org.ng as appropriate. (JAMB course combination for every course must be put into consideration). Candidates are advised to check requirements/subjects combination for their respective programmes on the portal.

KSU Post UTME / Direct Entry Screening Exercise Timetable.

Note to Mobile users: Scroll to the side to view all the contents in the table below:

DATE OF EXAMINATION (2019) EXAMINATION TYPE TIME
Monday 26th August PUTME SCREENING 8AM – 3PM
Tuesday 27th August PUTME SCREENING 8AM – 3PM
Wednesday 28th August PUTME SCREENING 8AM – 3PM
Thursday 29th August PUTME SCREENING 8AM – 3PM
Friday 30th August PUTME SCREENING 8AM – 3PM
Saturday 31st August DIRECT ENTRY 8AM – 3PM

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KSU Accredited Courses and Requirements

How to Apply for Kogi State University Post UTME Form

(a) The screening fee is N2,000 (non- refundable)

(b) The registration has commenced and must be done online

(c) Registration closes on 15th August, 2019 (There will be no extension of registration)

(d) Any candidate that fill wrong information during registrations will be disqualified.

(e) Only payment made with the RRR number generated through the school portal will be valid.

(f) Payment and registration MUST be done through the school portal in order for candidate’s record to be captured.

Online Application Procedure:

  • Goto kogistatepolytechnic.edu.ng Click on apply
  • Complete the form
  • Complete email authentication
  • Click on login
  • Enter username and password as seen in email authentication
  • Complete the biodata form
  • Enter O’level Scores and grade
  • Click on payment/pay online to generate RRR
  • Print application/screening slip
  • If full-time you need to pay for application and screening before you can print application/screening  slip

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KSU Postgraduate Admission List 2020/2021 Admission Session

NOTE:  KSU Post-UTME Screening Form for 2020/2021 is not currently on sales. Once the form is out this page will be updated, so Stay informed and read on.

Is post-Utme compulsory?

The Post-UTME, which extracts a significant fee from each student, has been made compulsory by various tertiary institutions as a means to address what universities claim was a discrepancy between the academic credentials of many students tested by JAMB and their first-year performance at university.

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