AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY EKPOMA (AAU) 2016/2017 POST UTME (JAMB) DATE

“Candidates should NOT buy Post-UTME forms from any tertiary institution as Post UTME remains cancelled” was the message posted by NTA’s twitter handle alongside a picture showing The Public Relations officer of the Nigerian Universities Commission, Ibrahim Yakasai in what appears to be a on-air interview possibly about the recent policy by the FG.

The comment solidifies the stance by the FG to scrap the Post UTME and also allow institutions the chance to screen candidates sent to them by JAMB – However the means, or details of what FG Means by screening is still up for anyone’s comprehension as they didn’t make it clear and Some Universities do infact call their Post Utme Exams “Post-UTME Screening Exercise”.
However, some schools might organize screening so, ensure you monitor your school news for details on admission.
The AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY EKPOMA (AAU) 2016/2017 Post UTME form is now on sale (Details Below). I want to beg you to study well for this year’s POST UTME exam because failing it might be significantly devastating as the competition gets tougher yearly. This is the singular reason why some individuals would write UTME (JAMB) for over 5 years without getting admission.

Over 1 Million Nigerians registered for the 2016/2017 UTME Exams but sadly only about 90,000 will be admitted in Nigeria Federal Universities by the end of the year. This is only about 11.11%. What happens to the rest? Will they write another UTME & POST-UTME then join the queue next year?  This statistics makes it necessary for you as an individual to study for the upcoming Post-UTME exams.

This year's result will pose different problem to people who did not score up to 180 generally because of the increasing number of student seeking admission (Except you're going to A Private University or Polytechnic). Based on the released Jamb result, there have been reports of extremely high scores like 304, 291, 272 and very low scores of 59, 77, 81.

Honestly, Post Utme past questions are essential for you. Let me tell you my secret during my time. I was 15 years old when i took my Jamb in 2009 and I scored 279 without any assistant whatsoever. I also did post utme at the University of Lagos that same year in July (then I was 16) and got admission for my course, scoring 78%. How did I do this? 
1. I read all the syllabus for my four basic subjects.
2. I solved every years past question
3. I evaluated my performance and noted topics I would usually fail in the Past Questions
4. I went back to read those topics again very well.
5. I got luck on my side too (I know some people don't believe in luck but it works, A wise man once said "Luck is when preparation meets Opportunity)

For Free Click Here to Get over 2000 Free Post Jamb Past Questions for AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY (AAU)

You can contact me for success tips that will be useful at the university, polytechnic and college of education. I'm an open person, I'll chat with you (but not at 1am) cause, that will be sleep time for me. Thanks Friends



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All 2016/2017 UTME candidates who applied to Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma as institution of First Choice, with a UTME score of 180 and above are invited to attend a screening exercise in the University on the days stated below:

Screening Time-Table:
The screening exercise for the various faculties is scheduled to take place from Monday, 4th July, 2016 to Saturday 9th July, 2016 starting from 7.30am each day.

Note: The Venue and Time for the screening exercise will be available on submission of the candidates online application form.

Method of Application:
Applicants are required to pay for the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma Screening exercise online application form at a fee of N2,000.00 (Two thousand Naira) only using their ATM debit cards on Interswitch or purchase an eTranzact PIN (Payment Voucher) from any of the under listed Banks Nation Wide.

1. ECOBANK NIGERIA, Plc
2. FIDELITY BANK, Plc
3. FIRST BANK OF NIGERIA, Plc
4. KEYSTONE BANK LTD
5. UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA, Plc
6. ZENITH BANK, Plc

Procedure for Online Application:
Candidates are advised to apply online at https://aaue.waeup.org using either e-Tranzact PIN purchased from the banks stated above or ATM debit cards on Interswitch.

All such candidates must upload their coloured passport photograph and scanned copies of all relevant certificates/documents to the Portal.

Candidates should preview and confirm that the passport photograph is properly uploaded as no complaint of wrong or blank picture will be entertained after submission of forms. Candidates are to print out a copy of the application form with their passport photograph for presentation along with other documents on the screening dates stated above.

The screening guide is available for download on completion of the application process.

Candidates are advised to come along with their JAMB Original Result Slip with passport photograph on it.
Note: All candidates are to note that;

Screening guidelines: N2,000.00 (Two thousand naira) only, Technology fee: N 1,000.00 (One thousand naira) only and bank charges, will be charged at the point of purchase of the forms online via ATM debit cards on Interswitch or eTranzact PIN (Payment Voucher).
All names should be written in full when completing the online application form as no initials shall be entertained.

Duration of Application:
Application forms for both UTME and Direct Entry (DE) candidates will be available online for completion and submission from Tuesday 21st June, 2016 to Midnight Sunday 3rd July, 2016.

Advice:
Candidates should check the this website and Portal at https://aaue.waeup.org regularly for further details on the application/admission procedure.

Warning!:
Any candidate who fails to appear for the screening exercise automatically forfeits his/her eligibility for consideration in the 2016/2017 academic session’s admission exercise.

Anyone caught impersonating will be handed over to the Police and the candidate so impersonated will be automatically 'disqualified'.

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