Unizik Post Utme 2017/2018 Application Form for Screening, Cut Off Mark and Portal

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Unizik Post Utme 2017/2018 Application Form for Screening, Cut Off Mark and Portal.

The management of Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) Awka is happy to announce to the general public that the 2017/2018 Screening Application form is out. In this page, you are going to learn about Unizik cut off mark for screening, the application portal and other requirements for admission into this noble institution.

It is important to note that only those who scored 200 and above are eligible to apply for the screening exercise. The application portal will soon open. When it opens, you will be able to register at www.unizik.edu.ng portal.

Unizik Post Utme and Screening Cut Off Mark

They are going to use point system this year. Your jamb score and O’ Level grades will be computed and you will get your final score.

Check Jamb Grading System 2017/2018 to know how the point system is being calculated. You can as well check O’ Level Grading system before you will sum them together and get your aggregate score. After getting your aggregate score, keep eye on this page for unizik departmental cut off mark.

Eligibility

Only Candidates who made Nnamdi Azikiwe University their first choice are eligible to apply.

The general cut-off mark is 200 points scored in the UTME (Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination) of 2017.

Candidates must have at least five (5) credits which must include English Language at one or two sittings in the School Certificate (WAEC, GCE, NECO, NABTEB).

How to Apply for Unizik Post Utme and Screening Form

  1. Visit http://portal.unizik.edu.ng
  2. Generate a Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) code
  3. Proceed to any Bank of their choice to make payment.
  4. Now visit the portal again to verify your payment and continue with the screening application.
  5. Fill The Application Form correctly. Then follow other instructions to complete your application form.

Past Questions.

There will be no need for unizik past question for 2017/2018 post utme. This is because post utme has been scrapped and there will be no written examination. Only your jamb score and Waec or Neco grades will be calculated and your score will be given to you.

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