Good News!! Jamb Releases General Post-UTME Dates for 1st & 2nd Choice Candidates !

This is to inform you that the Vice Chancellors, Rectors of all tertiary institutions have agreed to conduct Post-UTME for 1st Choice Candidates between 2nd July to 16th October, 2018, while Post-UTME for 2nd Choice Candidates will commence between 17th October to 17th December.

If we are to interpret thes released dates literally, it simply means that all institutions will conduct two sets of Post-UTME Screenings. The first will be for those who selected the institution as 1st choice, and later, they will conduct for those who selected them as 2nd choice. No information was released about 3rd or 4th Choice Selections.

General Post-UTME Dates for 1st & 2nd Choice Candidates – Must Read
We’re not certain how these institutions intend to manage these screenings, or whether or not 1st choice candidates have more quota than 2nd choice candidates.

We expect schools to be more transparent, and give explicit information about their conduct of Post-UTME Screening for this 2018/2019 session. They should be able to state whether or not they are conducting a separate screening for those who selected them as 2nd choice or not. This will help the candidates make better decisions on whether or not they need to change their institutions.

Please ensure you check CURRENT NEWS NOW Website Daily from now on, as schools are expected to rapidly release information, and this is the only website you can easily keep track of all schools.

For those who are set to write Post-UTME for any school, please check if we have uploaded your original Post-UTME Past Questions by clicking here

Meanwhile, we got information that JAMB actually raised the 2018 Cut-Off for Entry into Universities to 140, while Polytechnic Cut-Off is now 120, and then 100 for Colleges. This information does not really have any significant impact as the respective schools are to give the final cut-off marks for admission, while releasing their Post-UTME Information.

This is all the information we have about this, so if you have any further information, please post it as a comment below.

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