ABSU Post-UTME Form 2021: Cut-off Mark, Requirements. Abia State University is a state-owned university in Nigeria. The management of the school is currently inviting all interested and qualified candidates who have gotten up to the required JAMB cut off mark to apply for admission. Check out the below information for the official school cut off mark, admission requirements, application procedures and other important information.
ABSU Post-UTME Form, cut-off mark, cost, screening dates, eligibility, and registration details for the 2021/2022 Academic session have been announced. Cut-off mark is 140. Cost is N2,000. Screening has been scheduled to hold 12th Oct – 14th Oct, 2021.
Day 1: Tuesday, 12th October, 2021 Medicine and Surgery, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing Sciences, Anatomy, Physiology, Public Health, Optometry and Pharmacy.
Venue: Uturu Campus
Day 2: Wednesday, 13th October, 2021
Faculty of Law and Agriculture Venue: Umuahia Location
Faculty of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Environmental Studies
Education/Chemistry, Education/Maths Education/Physics
Venue: Uturu Campus
Day 3: Thursday, 14th October, 2021
i. Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences
ii. Faculty of Social Sciences
iii. Faculty of Humanities
iv. Edu/Accountancy, Edu/Economics, Edu/English, Edu/Fine Arts, Edu/French, Edu/Political Science, Edu/Religion, Edu/Social Studies, Edu/Government. Edu/Guidance and Counselling. Edu/Management & Planning.
Venue: Uturu Campus
The screening test will commence at 10.00am on each of the designated days. Candidates are also advised to ensure they get the ABSU Official Past questions and Answers. This will help them prepare adequately for the aptitude Test. CLICK HERE to get yours.
Candidates Qualified for the Screening Exercise
1. Candidates who chose Abia State University as their 1st Choice, 2nd Choice and those who did not choose the University at all in the UTME but want to change on the JAMB platform.
2. Candidates who scored 140 and above in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
3. Candidates who possess the basic five O’level credit passes in accordance with the University entry requirements.
Procedure for Registration for the Screening Exercise
(a) Candidates are expected to register for the screening exercise online by logging into www.abiastateuniversity.edu.ng and making e payment of two thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only, in any of the following Banks:
• ABSU Micro-Finance Bank, Uturu
• Eco Bank Plc
Zenith Bank Plc
Fidelity Bank Plc
• Union Bank Plc
• UBA Plc
(b) Candidates who do not register for the Post-UTME screening exercise will not be considered for admission.
(c) Further details about the screening exercise can be obtained online at www.abiastateuniversity.edu.ng.
All COVID-19 protocols will be strictly observed.
Acho Elendu, Ph.D
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