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Will Kwara Poly (KWAPO) Write Post UTME or Screening?

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Kwara State Polytechnic is one of the most competitive polytechnics in the county, especially in the southwest. You can consider the polytechnic in the JAMB UTME or during the change of institution for your National Diploma (ND programme.

However, as part of the admission processes into any polytechnic, aspirants are expected to take part in post UTME or screening. Post-UTME involves writing exams (usually) CBT before being admitted while screening may just involve applying online and expecting admission offers or appearing in the school for physical checking of credentials.

The question is - which one does Kwara State Polytechnic, Offa (KWAPO) usually do? Does the polytechnic write post UTME, adopt the screening method only, or both?

This post will be quick to answer the question. Then it will give you the procedures for the polytechnic admission form A to Z.

Ride along!

Kwara State Polytechnic Uses Online Screening Method

Unlike a few other polytechnics that require aspirants to come on campus to write a post-JAMB test or for physical verification of credentials, the state-owned polytechnic uses online screening only. Here, aspirants are to obtain the screening form online, fill in their details, submit it, and wait for the polytechnic to offer them admission. See Information Needed to Fill Post-UTME/Screening Forms

Hence, if you're about to consider KWAPO, be reassured that there won't be any conduction of any entrance exam again after the UTME. Once you have the required JAMB score and school-declared cut-off mark together with the application online (when the time comes, you have nothing to worry about. Expect your admission. See Differences in JAMB, School, and Post UTME Cut-Off Marks

Nature and Processes of Admission by Kwara State Polytechnic (KWARAPOLY)

  1. After completing UTME and the results released, Kwara Poly will announce the sale of its screening form right on its official website https://www.kwarastatepolytechnic.edu.ng. You can also follow the screening updates through this post, " KWARA POLY Post UTME: Cut Off Mark, Price, and Closing Date."
  2. The Polytechnic usually considers that usual national cut-off mark being announced by JAMB. Hence, you should have at least 120 or above in UTME before you can obtain its screening form. Even though the higher the score the better for you as the polytechnic and its courses are usually competitive
  3. You're to fill out the online form, and after the submission, print the acknowledgment slip of registration. You will need this when admitted
  4. From here, candidates will start following updates on the school portal to know when the admission lists are being released. So also, you must be checking the JAMB CAPS for the usual update. You may also be lucky to receive an admission update SMS from JAMB when you're offered the course.
  5. If and after being admitted, you're to make payment of the acceptance fee, right on the school portal, before proceeding to school for physical screening which involves checking all concerned documents and credentials

Wishing you luck!

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