When Is Ambrose Ali University Ekpoma Post Ume Coming Up?

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The post-UTME examination date for Ambrose Ali University Ekpoma already happened, as these screenings were held on September 1st and 2nd, 2011. The dates for next year's tests haven't been released yet, so the smart thing to do is to bookmark the university website on your computer and then check in next spring to see when the dates for the exam will happen. To attend the screening test at Ambrose Ali University Ekpoma, you'll need to achieve a score of 180 on the post-UTME exams. Here is the link to the university website: http://216.154.219.156/cportal/web?Event=default.

  • Tips

To prepare properly, make sure you've got a contact person to talk to at the Ambrose Ali University Ekpoma, as well as another contact person at JAMB. JAMB is a national association that plans and oversees the post-UTME testing process. As well, you should study hard before the JAMB tests, because your mark on these exams will directly impact your ability to get into the post-secondary educational institution of your choice. Good study habits and a well-rounded store of knowledge will help you to ace your exams and pursue the career path of your dreams.

  • Check cut off marks

Whether you want to study sociology, political science, engineering, or any other university degree program, you must get acceptable marks that are at or above the cut off levels for specific universities. Every university in Africa has their own cut off level, so stay informed about these levels by visiting university websites and using email or phone to ask questions. In general, these marks will fall between 180 and 200. In some cases, the course of study you want to pursue at a university will affect the cut off mark.

Now that we've given you the link for this university and its post-UTME exams, you'll be ready to take the screening tests at Ambrose Ali University Ekpoma. Once you've finished these tests, you'll be one step closer to becoming a student at your preferred post-secondary education.

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