FUNAAB Post-UTME 2020/2021 DE Screening Form |Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta

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FUNAAB Post-UTME 2020/2021 DE Screening Form |Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta

Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta post UTME for 2020/2021 is here, all JAMB UTME and Direct Entry Candidate should note that the Pre-Admission Screening Exercise is Computer-based.

Note that the screening fee is 2000 naira and its non refundable. Here are few things you should note about the screening exercise. Please read to the end..

FUNAAB Post UTME Eligibility:

  • First you should understand that FUNAAB Post UTME Eligibility requirements is that every candidate must have a minimum of 180 in jamb score. Although there are some courses that requires you to score 200 in JAMB like courses in engineering, mathematics, biochemistry, physics, statistics, chemistry, biological sciences, micro biology, computer sciences, Nutrition and Dietetics, Veterinary Medicine, Hospitality and Tourism, Home Science and Management, Food Science and Technology.
  • Your O level should be intact and solid enough with at least five (5) SSC Credits in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology at not more than two (2) sittings.
  • Do you have just a pass in physics? If yes then there is still hope but you can only chose courses in Agricultural Programmes
  • If you still have a pass in Biology you can still apply for courses in Agricultural Programmes but you should strengthen your pass in biology with a credit in Agricultural Science.
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FUNAAB Direct Entry Screening.

General Information:

Meeting the minimum requirement when seeking for admission into any department of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta should be the main priority of any candidate.

For instance all Direct Entry candidate must do the first thing by checking their eligibility status on their Ordinary Level, OND, NCE or HND before making any payment.

The management of the institution has made it clear that anyone who does not meet the minimum requirements and has secured admission, such admission will be withdrawn immediately.

Direct Entry candidate are to possess a
minimum of UPPER CREDIT at ND or HND and CREDIT at NCE when seeking admission in any department they have chosen. At least two A-Level/IJMB/JUPEB passes in the following: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry or Biology/Zoology/Botany are acceptable for admission into 200 Level.

How to Apply for FUNAAB Post UTME Form:

FUNAAB portal can be access on http://admission.unaab.edu.ng/. Click on the given link.

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Click on “Apply for Admission” if you are for UTME enter your JAMB registration number but if you are for Direct entry enter JAMB Direct Entry Registration NUMBERS. this will help you generate your Application Invoice. Also take note of your reference number.

Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta post UTME fee can be paid via bank or online using your debit card or an Internet banking but any of the methods chosen don’t forget to make the payment using your REMITA Reference Number

When done with the payment, return back to http://admission.unaab.edu.ng/. And complete your e-application form

When you have access the form, don’t forget to enter your Bio-data, O’Level results, OND/HND/NCE/A-Level/IJMB/JUPEB results correctly. Also upload your passport photograph.

Not done yet ; when upload all your details it is best you preview them and also confirm every entries you have made so as to get rid of any mistake.

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Submit and print out your acknowledgement slip, don’t forget that this must have your passport photograph well displayed on it in color format.

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