Can I apply for post utme examination without uploading my awaiting result to Jamb portal or without filling my waec and Neco results in the post utme form? This is a question one of my student ask me I have decided to answer by writing this article which I believe will help someone else too.
While candidates are on the right side struggling with waec,neco and jamb problems then schools on Left side releases their post utme forms which makes student begin to wonder whether to apply or not.
CAN I APPLY FOR POST UTME EXAMINATION WITH AWAITING RESULT?
A big YES! You can apply or register for post utme if your O’level result is not yet out. You must also note that Jamb stated that there is no deadline for uploading awaiting results. Most schools pay attention to JAMB UTME score and Post UTME score.
Unless your school is not conducting post utme examination or they clearly stated that you must upload your waec and neco result before the exam date then you are free to register for post utme using awaiting or withheld result.
You can gain admission with awaiting result this year to study your desired course in the University and polytechnic of your choice, this is because your waec and neco is not a major factor in gaining admission. It just important for your clearance. The only thing that will stop you from gaining admission is if after getting the awaited result, you didn’t meet the requirement of the university you applied.
So my friend, go get the post utme for now before the application closes so that you won’t have yourself to blame or wonder if to apply For Post Utme Examination With AWAITING RESULT. Hope this is helpful? Don’t forget to share!
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