POST UTME is an aptitude test conducted by some Tertiary Institutions for aspirants who have done well in their Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) result and the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result.
1. Only aspirants who have chosen the Institution as their first choice in JAMB have a high chance of getting admission.
The reality is that most Tertiary Institutions do not give admission to aspirants who selected them as second, or third choice. They want you to choose them as your first choice to probably know whether you are interested in schooling with them.
For instance, if you are aspiring to become a student of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) and the Institution you choose in your JAMB UTME was the University of Lagos (UNILAG), you should change it to OAU before you sit for their POST UTME.
2. You should know their cut-off mark. Apart from selecting the school as your first choice, if you don't meet their cut-off mark, they may deny you admission.
A few days ago, the Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) divulged some Tertiary Institutions that have released their cut-off mark. Although some Institutions are yet to release theirs, you need to know their cut-off mark for you write their POST UTME.
3. Only aspirants with credit passes in the relevant O-level subjects have a high chance of getting admission. You need to know this before you write the POST UTME of any Institution. This is a general requirement.
The five relevant subjects are the subject combinations that apply to what you want to study in Higher Institution.
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