UNIBEN POST-UTME 2010/2011 DATE
POST-UTME Screening Exercise For University of Benin(Uniben) 2010/2011 post-utme
The 2010 Post-UTME Screening Exercise of University of Benin (UNIBEN) will take place on Friday 23rd July 2010 and Saturday 24th July 2010 in various centers within Ugbowo Campus of UNIBEN. ALL candidates are expected to be seated, latest by 9.00am each day of the screening.
All candidates who chose UNIBEN as University of First and or Second choice and who scored 200 and above in the UTME are eligible to participate in the Screening Exercise.
All candidates should register on-line on https://uniben.waeup.org/
To register, each candidate will require a PIN card available at a sum of N1, 000.00 (one thousand Naira) only from any of the under-listed Banks.
* Access Bank, PLC
* Oceanic Bank, PLC
* Bank PHB, PLC
* UBA Bank, PLC
* Fidelity Bank, PLC
* Unity Bank, PLC
* First Bank, PLC
* WEMA Bank, PLC
* Intercontinental Bank, PLC
* Zenith Bank, PLC
Each candidate will be required to upload on-line, a 1” x 1” COLOUR Passport photograph with RED background in JPEG format only. NOTE that the photograph uploaded will be the only valid ID for all admitted candidates throughout their stay in the University of Benin.
The grouping of courses, days and times of the screening exercise are as indicated below :
Post-UTME 2010-2011 Schedule
Candidates are to come to the screening centers with the following:
1. Original and one photocopy of the PIN card
2. Acknowledgement paper and Bank Teller for identification
3. Four Figure Table (where applicable)
4. Writing materials (HB pencil and Eraser). NOTE that GSM phones and calculators are NOT allowed.
Access to the University website for normal registration for the Screening Exercise will remain open up till 12.00 midnight on Friday 16th July, 2010.
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