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Will College of Education Oyo Special Write Post UTME or Screening?

Nature of Federal College of Education, (Special) Oyo
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The Federal College of Education, Oyo Special is one of the highly subscribed colleges in southwest Nigeria. 

While deciding whether to consider the college during UTME registration or when a candidate moves to change institutions and courses, candidates may want to know if the school conducts post-UTME or just the admission screening.

With the two admission methods being adopted by Nigerian schools, the post-UTME will test applicants again before being offered admissions while admission screening only requires online registration and physical appearance for documentation and verification.

To answer your question in plain language, the Federal College of Education Oyo Special (FCE Oyo Special) uses admission screening for her regular NCE programmes admission.

Having said that, you may want to have a quick but A-Z clue of how the admission activities for the college will go for this admission year.

Here I present to you what to expect if you're seeking admission into the Federal-owned college of education.

Nature of Federal College of Education, (Special) Oyo

  1. The management will announce the sales of screening forms online directly on the official website or admission portal
  2. Aspirants are required to obtain the form online, fill and submit it thereon.
  3. Copies of acknowledgment slips will be printed. This will be required during the physical screening.
  4. Candidates are to appear for physical verification of documents at a specific announced date on the school portal. The required documents usually include the O’level result, JAMB result, change of institution slip (if any), local government identification, and Birth certificate or age declaration.
  5. After the screening, applicants are required to keep checking the admission status directly through JAMB CAPS. Here, you will be able to see if you’ve been offered admission. Then, you’re to accept it and print your JAMB admission letter.
  6. The college will later upload the same list to the school portal for your checking and payment of the acceptance fee.

Conclusion

While it’s not made public, how the college uses SSCE result grades and JAMB UTME scores to offer candidates admissions, I'm convinced that her admission is based on the two results.

Hence, to pull admission here, you’re advised to have a mark declared as their current year cut-off mark plus at least 5 credit passes in your relevant subjects from WAEC, NECO, GCE, or NABTEB.

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