UNIVERSITY OF PORTHARCOURT(UNIPORT) 2009/2010 POST – UME/POST-JAMB SCREENING EXERCISE
The University of Port Harcourt Post-UME screening exercise is now re-scheduled as follows:
Day of Exercise
Monday, September 21, 2009
8am Social Sciences/Education
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
8am Management Sciences
Candidates are advised to refer to the Punch newspaper of 22nd June, 2009 and the Guardian Newspaper of 23rd June 2009, respectively to update themselves about other details of the exercise.
CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO COME WITH THE FOLLOWING:
A clear copy of Photo-card printed online
Original and Photocopy of JAMB result notification slip
HB pencil, Biro pen, and eraser
Candidates who did not complete the registration, that is, those that printed a payment slip and paid the registration fees at the bank but did not upload and print photo cards, should visit the web site: www.uniport.edu.ng
and print a photocard showing their venues, seat numbers and other details. In addition, they should come with two recent passport photographs
Mobile phones, walkman, ipod and similar gadgets are not allowed into the screening venue, and will be confiscated if found on candidates.
Candidates are strongly advised to identify their screening venues prior to the date to their screening as lateness to venues will not be tolerated.
Candidates must report to the screening venues by 8am or 1pm respectively. Failure to comply with this instruction would lead to disqualification of candidates from the screening exercise.
Parents and guardians as well as uninvited security agencies will not be allowed into the campus on the days of the screening exercise.
For enquiries, call any of the following numbers: 08052190242, 08064413684, 08064412947.
M. N. Onyige
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