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List of Universities that Do Not Write Post UTME (2019/2020 Updates)

List of Universities that Do Not Write Post UTME
Some universities do not write post UTME for their candidates. All they want is your O’level results. Instead of the post UTME, some prefer physical or online screening for your credentials. Hence, you are afraid of writing other exams after UTME before you offered admission; I suggest you consider any of the universities below.
  1. Adeyemi College of Education
  2. Ekiti State University (EKSU) and Affiliates e.g EKSU Ila Campus
  3. Osun State University, Osogbo (UNIOSUN)
  4. Lagos State University (LASU) and Affiliates e.g LASU Ilesa Campus
  5. University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID)
  6. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU)
  7. Kwara State University (KWASU)
  8. Federal University of Oye Ekiti (FUOYE)
This are confirmed universities writing no post UTME for their admitted candidates. The list will continually be updated

What do they Do Instead of Post UTME?

These schools are know for not conducting computer based or paper based entrance exams for their candidates.

Instead, they conduct screening. The screening may take a form of online uploading of documents e.g UNIOSUN, or physical presence on the campus e.g KWASU.

Recommended: Post UTME: Will it be Exams or Admission Screening?

For some, you will see your screening result immediately after online registration and uploading e.g LASU. For some you have to wait for your fate in the Admission list e.g ATBU, UNIMAID
Being offered admission will be based on your performance (point as per O’level relevant subjects) and UTME score.

These universities may not be the best chase for you if you have weak grades in your SSCE results and/or lower mark in UTME.

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