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Post UTME success might be much simpler than you think. In my own time, my post UTME score (UNN Nsukka) was higher than my JAMB score.

Post-UTME success secret Post-UTME screening success lies in proper preparation. Let me share with you some important tips that will help you prepare very well ahead of the upcoming post UTME exam and come out with a great result that will help you secure that admission!

Take your post-UTME exam very seriously After the JAMB exam, the only thing standing between you and admission is post UTME screening! Every serious aspirant knows this and hence don’t leave anything to chance.

You must give the screening exam your best, and this you can do by preparing well for it.

So, if you are among the determined admission seekers looking for some secrets to pass POST UTME exam with high a score, take the exam [5["post utme past questions e"] seriously.

What to read for post UTME Know where your school’s POST UTME exam questions will come from. The post-UTME exam is not like JAMB.

In JAMB, every applicant has the same syllabus where all the questions come from. JAMB questions may vary a little but they all come from the same host of JAMB questions, most of which are repeated or paraphrased past questions.

But in the case of post UTME, the candidate is left to deal with the kind of questions the school she applied for sets. All the schools in Nigeria don’t set their post UTME questions the same way and they don’t focus on the same topics or subjects.

To make the matter more interesting, in some schools, DO NOT think that your post UTME subjects will be the same as those subjects you picked in JAMB. For some schools, they ask questions from general topics. So, you may enter the screening test hall and see questions from current affairs and other subjects related to your course when you are hoping that questions will come from the four subjects you wrote in JAMB.