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UNIHEZ Post UTME Screening Form 2024/2025 | See Eligibility, Date & Requirements

The Hezekiah University, Umudi, has released its Post UTME screening form for the 2024/2025 academic session. Interested candidates are encouraged to read through this blog post for essential information regarding eligibility, requirements, and the application process.

To be eligible for the UNIHEZ Post UTME, candidates must have chosen Hezekiah University, Umudi as their first choice in the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and obtained a minimum score of 180.

Application Process:

Qualified candidates are required to pay a non-refundable fee of N2,000 via the University’s portal at www.hezekiah.edu.ng. The application is done online, and payment can be made through Remita using acceptable debit cards or by printing the Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) slip and paying at listed commercial banks.

After completing the online application, candidates must present the following original documents at the screening centers:

  1. O’ level results
  2. JAMB result/acknowledgment slip
  3. A’ level results, diploma, or IJMB (as applicable)
  4. O’ level certificate/statement of result(s)
  5. 2 Passport Photographs
  6. Indigene letter
  7. Certificate of birth/declaration of age

Pack these credentials in a quarto-size envelope labeled with your name, department, and JAMB registration number.

Screening Date:

The screening date for UNIHEZ Post UTME will be communicated to eligible candidates via the email and phone numbers provided during registration. It is crucial to provide accurate contact information.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):

Q1: What is the cut-off mark for UNIHEZ Post UTME 2024? A1: The cut-off mark for UNIHEZ Post UTME is 180.

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Q2: How much is the application fee? A2: The non-refundable application fee is N2,000.

Q3: Where can I pay the application fee? A3: Payment can be made online via the University’s portal using acceptable debit cards or by printing the Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) slip and paying at listed commercial banks.

Q4: What documents are required for the screening process? A4: Candidates must bring their O’ level results, JAMB result/acknowledgment slip, A’ level results or equivalent, O’ level certificate/statement of result(s), 2 Passport Photographs, Indigene letter, and Certificate of birth/declaration of age.

Q5: How will I know the screening date? A5: The screening date will be communicated to eligible candidates via the email and phone numbers provided during registration.

Conclusion:

Prospective students are encouraged to follow the outlined steps carefully for a successful application process. It is essential to stay updated on the communication channels provided by the university to ensure participation in the screening exercise. Good luck!

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