ABSU Post-UTME Result 2021/2022 Is Out. This is to inform the general public and all candidates who took part in the post utme screening of the Abia State University ABSU that the management of the institution has released the post utme result for 2021/2022 academic session. Interested applicants should see steps on how to check the result below. Pounds to Naira
ABSU Post-UTME results for the 2021/2022 session have been released. All candidates who participated in the screening can proceed to check their results online. Jamb Result
Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check their results. Dollar to Naira Rate
How to check ABSU Post-UTME Result
- Go to ABSU portal at http://portal.abiastateuniversity.edu.ng/Applicant/Screening.
- Select your programme and enter your name in the required columns and then click continue.
- Finally, select your name from the drop-down list and enter Application Form PIN
- Click “Check” to view/print your ABSU post UTME Result. ABSU Post-UTME Result
For the applicants who paid online through their cards, their invoice number also serve as their pin.
The final result is captured on average basis, in the ratio of 60:40 for JAMB UTME and ABSU screening test scores, respectively. Npower Recruitment
Kindly note that checking the result is absolutely FREE.
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