Thursday, 24 August 2017

Computer Based Test For IMSU Post – Utme

To aspirants, both home and away, it’s no longer news that the ban on POST-UTME which took effect from 2016 has been lifted due to some reasons by the Education Minister.

According to the Minister who expressed full Confidence on JAMB, urged university authorities to make the fees for the screening affordable and not to impose huge financial burden on the parents, said: “We are going to allow universities to organize post-UTME if they want, Imsu Elijah gathered.

“We have asked them not to impose huge financial burden on the parents. The burden should not be more than what they can bear.”Adamu said that the Federal Government had stopped the scrapping of the examination to fully understand what was going on in universities, adding: “We are now wiser” he Concluded.

In other words, due to concern from the side of the aspirants, we went further in consulting higher authorities; we discovered that IMSU is 80 percent set for the POST-UTME examination.

IMSU CBT POST-UTME is likely going to take place by November. Though, no concrete agreement has been reached by the Management but the probability is so high.

Therefore, all aspirants are admonished to read versatile and prepare well ahead of the test.

IMSU POST-UTME is Computer Based Examination.
Prepare well for the examination, do not impersonate. Impersonation is against examination rule of IMSU, especially in this case.

JAMB Stakeholders have reduced university cut off to minimum of 120; don't make a mistake of applying with that score because from indications, it’s likely not holding water. The unalloyed cut off for IMSU remains 180.
The change of course window is still open, if your subject combination doesn't tally with the course you're going for, better make a change now.

If you have any question, kindly ask.

Imsu Elijah

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