Kogi State University (KSU) Admission Screening Result Out – Check Now For 2016/2017 Result

Kogi State University (KSU) Admission Screening Result Out – Check Now For 2016/2017 Result.

The University Of Kogi (KSU) Admission Screening Result 2016/2017 has been released. Candidates should visit the university portal and check their results.

Kogi State University (KSU) will only admit prospective candidates who have participated on the last conducted admission screening which took place within the university premises.

From our informant for the past screening, the news came as: This is to inform all prospective UTME candidates who applied for admission into Kogi State University, Anyigba for the 2016/2017 Academic Session that Admission screening will take place between Monday, 26th September, 2016 to Wednesday, 12th October, 2016. The admission screening will be purely interactive. Registration closes on the Wednesday, 14th September, 2016 at midnight

www.ksu.edu.ng – Currently, you can check your admission screening result via the online portal of the university.

Check KSU Admission Screening Result For 2016/2017 Session

By this procedure, you can easily follow the steps to check for the admission screening results
  1. a. Go to KSU post UTME portal at http://portal.ksu.edu.ng/putme/,
  2. Enter your JAMB registration number and Password in the required columns,
  3. Finally, login to access your KSU post UTME result

Don’t forget that the admission screening result is not your admission letter and also the admission list of successful candidates will be out very soon.

Candidates are advice to ignore every text message informing them that they have been given admission into the University of Kogi State as of now that the admission list is yet to be out, for such text may be fraudulent against the candidates.

Important Notice:

 Candidates seeking for admission into Kogi State University KSU should note that all inquiries should be send to 2016admissions@ksu.edu.ng. This is done in order to assist you from any kind of problems that you may be involved or to direct you further for any inquiry you wants the university to explain.

 

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