It is the intention of every student that will partake in KUST POST UTME 2020 to pass but if this is not backed up by these actions, just having the thought won’t be enough to make you pass the examination. It is said that action speaks louder than the voice.
At this very moment, students who passed their JAMB UTME will very eager to know those things that can aid them in scoring high in the second phase of their admission process which is POST UTME.
Oh yes, every serious student is meant to think that way because this exam is not just like your regular classroom exam. You have to do your possible best, to be able to succeed.
Every examination has it’s own style and if you did not get how it is being run,you will miss a lot of things.
A lot of students don’t do well in POST UTME because they didn’t adopt the right approach to it and is in view of this naivete that I decided to write this article to help students ace their POST UTME.
It will be ugly to wait for another year at home, so it will be very good to adopt the very expert tips to be listed here.
Kano University Of Science And Technology (KUST), Wudii,Kano State.
Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil (KUST) was created as “The Kano University of Technology” (KUT) in 2001.
The then governor of Kano State, His Excellency Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso mulled the idea of establishing the first state university during his first tenure in the office between 1999 and 2003.
It just is located in Wudil, a Local Government in Kano State, Nigeria. The university which was known as the Kano University of Technology, Wudil was renamed Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil in the year 2005. It is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
Kano University of Science and Technology, Wudil (KUST), started with 2 faculties namely (Faculty of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology and Faculty of Sciences) but as at today, there are six (6) faculties – Faculty of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology (FAAT); Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences (FACMS); Faculty of Earth and Environmental Sciences (FAEES); Faculty of Engineering (FAENG); Faculty of Sciences (FASSE) and Faculty of Sciences and Technical Education (FASTE).
The University also has 10 institutes and runs IJMB and remedial sciences under the Directorate of Institute and Continuing Education. The student population has risen from 88 students in 2001 to about 15,000 students.
How Can I Pass KUST POST UTME 2020/2021?
For you to pass this examination, you have to employ the necessary strategies and also be resolved to fight until the end.
You have been faced with examinations since your academic career and this one is not a total stranger, it is not rocket science, all you need to do is to read like the examination is tomorrow.
POST UTME to a large extent determines your admission success, you should employ all the arsenal you have got to make your dream come through. KUST over the years as a reliable academic institution has become very competitive and admission is based on merit.
The competition is tough and you too have to be very tough to beat the challenge by going through the syllables, being optimistic that you will succeed, practicing KUST past questions and answers.
Read According To The Syllables.
Each exam is being set from some academic topics, there has never being a time when one is officially sitting for an exam without knowing the possible questions. POST UTME exam has it’s syllables where the questions being set is gotten, without you going through this outline and mastering the topics, you will be inviting failure.
There are certain approved textbooks that you can consult for the listed topics, it will help aid your understanding of the topics and get you ready for the task ahead.
Most of you who passed JAMB UTME very well do adopt this reluctant attitude that you can still pass even when you don’t read much. This is very odd for you will be surprised to see yourself not getting admitted.
Regular and timely reading is Paramount to your admission success, you can’t master the syllables in just a month or two weeks to the exam. Constant reading will get you very familiar with the topics and that is the only way you can perform well in the exam.
Practice The Past Questions And Answers
This is very important to your good performance in POST UTME. Most schools have adopted the method of recycling questions by lifting questions from previous years.
If you are practicing the past questions and answers, whenever you come across the same question you have seen before, it will be easy to recognize and the answer will be supplied without much stress.
Past Questions And Answers can also help you build speed and accuracy, POST UTME has two features which is accuracy and speed. It is highly timed and the system shutdown when your allotted time elapsed, if you don’t have the required accuracy and speed, you won’t be able to finish the questions.
Past questions and answers can aid your reading, whenever you meet a tough question, you can note it down and consult the textbook later on for a proper explanation. Continuing with this method will make your understanding of most of the topics easy.
You might have heard of how hard POST UTME has become these days and other stories which are scary, you don’t have to flinch because of this, every year thousands of people make it to the University and they are not aliens. You can also be like those successful students that make it.
All that is required of you is to be resilient, study regularly, and practice your past questions and answers. Set a target for yourself, it will be a reinforcing point for you because you will be wanting to meet that target.
Be very optimistic that you will succeed and back it up with action. Remember that you are facing a serious competition and it is only by scoring high that you can surmount the challenge.
Don’t Be Late
On the day of your examination, always try to be in the exam venue on time, don’t come late for lateness has a disadvantage.
The exam is meant to be written with peace of mind to aid the recovery of stored information from the memory.
If you arrive late, you will be subjected to questioning and other things that might instill pressure in you, this is very bad for such an exam that is competitively ridden.
Most of you who will be writing the exam will be coming from a far distance, don’t make the mistake of starting your travel on the day of the exam, you may not meet up with time because of unforeseen circumstances.
You should travel 2-3 days before the exam, it will buy you time to locate your exam venue, sort out other issues like accommodation, and give you time for revision. This is very stress-free and relaxation is important before such a task.
Proper Course Combination
It is very wise and necessary to check through the brochure for the subjects required in your chosen course.
Don’t choose subjects because you are good at it, always ensure that it is the right one to be written. Wrong subjects can limit your chances of getting that course you choose.
Cut-off Mark to a large extent predicts your chances of admission, doesn’t have a wrong belief that even though your score is not too high in JAMB, you can make it up in screening.
A lot of students also will be getting high scores and if they have good grades in JAMB, they will outrun you.
Always align your score with that of the school cut-off mark, if your chances of securing admission with your score are slim, change plan and switch to another course with lower score requirement to salvage the situation.
Change of course is permitted and that can be carried out in the school portal within the giving period mapped out for it.
KUST POST UTME Cut-off Mark for 2020/2021 Accademic Session.
Cut-off mark is the benchmark, the average score which aspirants into Kano State University of science and technology should make in JAMB before being qualified for the POST UTME, part of your eligibility is this cut-off mark.
Candidates who scored 180 and above are qualified to apply to their chosen course, it is JAMB general cut-off mark. KUST do not have a general cut-off mark, different courses have their own cut-off mark. The following is the cut-off mark for some departments
B. Agriculture (Hons) – 150
B. Tech. (Hons) Food Science & Technology – 150
B. Sc (Hons) Computer Science – 190
B. Sc (Hons) Mathematics – 150
B. Sc (Hons) Statistics – 150
B. Sc (Hons) Architecture – 190
B. Sc (Hons) Geography – 150
B. Sc (Hons) Geology – 150
B. Tech. (Hons) Urban & Regional Planning – 150
B. Eng. Civil Engineering – 200
B.Eng. Electrical Engineering – 190
B. Eng. Mechanical Engineering – 150
B. Sc (Hons) Biochemistry – 190
B. Sc (Hons) Biology – 150
B. Sc (Hons) Chemistry – 50
B. Sc (Hons) Microbiology – 200
B. Sc (Hons) Physics – 150
B. Sc Ed. Agricultural Science – 150
B. Sc Ed. Biology – 150
B. Sc Ed. Chemistry – 150
B. Sc Ed. Geography – 150
B. Sc Ed. Mathematics – 150
B. Sc Ed. Physics – 150
NB: This cut-off mark is based on the one adopted by the school in last academic session, that of 2020/2021 has not been announced by the school management, as soon as they publish it, you will be updated, just keep checking the site for update
When Will KUST POST UTME 2020/2021 Form Be Out
Kano University of science and technology,Wudil normally conducts their POST UTME between June and September which will usher in new academic session. Registration for POST UTME is where they know the number of persons applying and take other decisions.
KUST POST UTME Form for 2020/2021 is not yet out but soon enough,it will be on sale for eligible candidates to register. Keep checking this site for more updates.
How Much Is KUST POST UTME?
POST UTME form is sold at a fixed price which was decided by the Federal ministry of education to carry everyone along. Any school that sells more than the fixed price will be violating the order .
KUST POST UTME form cost #2000 naira only excluding bank charges which is #500 bringing the total amount to #2500.
Nature Of KUST POST UTME
Kano University of science and technology POST UTME comes in two phases, the pre-screening exercise, and screening exam. The first one is the Pre-screening exercise, it requires qualified candidates to come with their SSCE and JAMB registration slip.
It is pertinent to arrive on time and locate your screening venue, your evaluation will be based on your JAMB score and SSCE result.
The second phase is the screening exam, after the first one, the names of successful candidates are published and they will proceed for the final evaluation which is through the exam.
Documents required for this includes;
Original copies of your educational qualifications (Statements of Results/Certificates).
Awaiting results will NOT be accepted.
Birth Certification/Age Declaration.
A letter of good conduct from your Village Head or a responsible member of your
community/or civil servant not below Grade Level 10 or equivalent in the private sector.
Certificate of Local Government of origin; and the notification of admission status
You must have chosen KUST, Wudil as your First Choice institution in the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME and scored minimum points for various programmes as indicated in the cut-off mark above.
Direct Entry candidates must have chosen KUST, Wudil as their First Choice institution and have at least Lower Credit at National Diploma (ND) and a minimum of five (5) points in National Certificate on Education (NCE) or Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination (IJMBE) in relevant programme or subject combination as the case may be.
How To Apply For KUST POST UTME 2020/2021
Eligible Candidates shall visit any Zenith Bank Plc Branch and make payment of a non-refundable fee of N2,500:00 (N2,000:00 being the cost of screening while N500:00 is Bank and Administrative charges) to Account Number 1130019452 and then collect PIN from the cashier at the Bank.
You shall then visit the University website kustwudil.edu.ng.
On the homepage, under ‘ADMISSION’ click on ‘Undergraduate’.
Go to UTME or DE icon and click on ‘New User’.
Fill in the Application Form
Click on submit after completing the application form
You should print your acknowledgment slip thereafter
Candidates should provide details of their O’Level qualifications (NECO, WAEC or NABTEB) in not more than two sittings as Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) will not approve admission of any candidate without his/her O’Level requirements.
I believe this article will go a long way in helping you to pass KUST POST UTME, follow the tips religious and perform wonders in the exam.
If you have any questions please do well to drop it on the comment box and you will be replied as soon as possible. Thanks.
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