UNIBEN 2023/2024 Admission List
Table Of Interest
UNIBEN Admission list is as easy as 123… when you want to check it.
Post UTME for UNIBEN exam took place between 2nd December and 12th December, 2023 in designated centres within the Ugbowo Campus of the University and all candidates have successfully written.
If you have not still seen your result up till now then click here to check yours right away.
It suffice to know that 34,000 aspirants were eligible for UNIBEN Post UTME.
Explaining further, this means that of the total aspirants who picked UNIBEN as first choice in the just concluded JAMB UTME, only 34,000 scored at least 200.
Likewise, this totally debunks the news that JAMB Cutoff mark is below 200.
The truth of the matter is that it has never been and it will never be.
It also noteworthy that the University of Benin (UNIBEN) has only 10,000 carrying capacity.
In case you didn’t understand that, I mean they can only admit not more 10,000 students.
This was basically why they advised students to be very careful when filling their Post UTME application form.
UNIBEN Admission List And NUC/JAMB Criteria For Admission
Before now, we used to think that UNIBEN admission cutoff for each course it gotten by taking the average of all the post UTME scores.
Well I stand to debunk that information.
There are many criteria the school looks into before getting cut off and I will quickly give you a breakdown.
Educated Less Disadvantaged States (ELDS) 20%
UNIBEN Admission List – Merit List
I won’t dabble into this completely but I will tell you how it works.
Each department has a specified total number of students they can admit. Let’s say X
Now, the post UTME scores will then be arranged in descending order.
What I mean there is that all scores will then be arranged from the highest to the smallest.
Then, the department will calculate 45% of X. Lets say the result is Y.
After getting the result (Y), the department takes the first (Y) number from the top.
That will now become the Merit list for UNIBEN 2021 Admission List for that particular department.
UNIBEN Admission List – Catchment
Akwa Iom 5%
Cross river 5%
How Catchment Works
Remember that the department has already taken Y numbers as merit list right?
Then, the department now considers catchment areas.
The Number considered for catchment will then be (X-Y).
Then, the department now shares it in the percentage described above.
This brings me to the last bustop
UNIBEN Admission List – ELDS
The states that fall into ELDS include all other northern state and they are clearly stated below
- Ebonyi State
How To check If Your Name Appears In University of Benin Admission List
Of course, there is no better joy than seeing “admitted” in your application record.
However, If your name appears in UNIBEN Admission List, just give God Thanks.
Nevertheless, I am going to tell you how to know you have been admitted.
How to Check UNIBEN Admission List On School Portal
- Go to UNIBEN admission portal : uniben.waeup.org/login.
- Supply your Username and Password in the required fields.
- Click on Login and proceed to view your admission status.
If your name appears in UNIBEN admission list, it therefore means it will certainly be displayed on your application record on your kofa page
How To Check Your Admission List On JAMB Portal
- Go jamb.gov.ng/efacility/.
- Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
- Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
- Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.
- Finally, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your UNIBEN admission status.
Likewise, you can check your JAMB profile to see your status.
I have already talked about that here and so you mat want to look up on it in the link below.
That’s the much I can take on UNIBEN Admission List.
Ist batch (merit list) will be is out already on JAMB caps portal.
Make sure you have uploaded your WAEC result before now and then head to jamb.org.ng
Then head to check my admission status
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