UNIPORT Post UTME Admission Screening Form Out – 2016/17

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Breaking: University of Port Harcourt, Choba UNIPORT Post UTME 2016/2017 Screening Date, Cut-off Mark, Eligibility And Registration Details has been announced – See how to apply below;

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UNIPORT Post UTME Form, Cut-off and Registration Date – 2016/17


In respect of the above subject, this is to inform you that the University Management has directed as follows:

1. Friday, 26th August to mid-night on Sunday, 4th September, 2016: Re-opening of the Portal for online

2. Wednesday, 7th to Friday, 9th September, 2016: Screening Exercise in the College of Health Sciences and respective Faculties/School (the respective venues will be published on the University website in due course and via sms to candidates)

3. Documents Needed for Screening Exercise:

(i) A clear copy of the Photo card printed online
(ii) JAMB Result print out
(iii) Original and photocopies of O’Level Examinations Certificate(s) (WASCE,
GCE, NECO, NABTEB) Examination Slips for Candidates awaiting results
(iv) Original and Photocopies of Birth Certificate/Age Declaration

Prospective applicants should note that Inconsistency in name or picture on Photo Card will not be acceptable to the University and may lead to disqualification of affected candidates. Candidates’ names on their O’ Level Certificates, UTME results and other registration documents must be the same.

Thank you.

Mrs. Dorcas D. Otto

Update: UNIPORT 2016/2017 Registration is on hold.

Just few hours after releasing their registration procedures, the school authority has update their website that REGISTRATION HAS NOT STARTED.

Update: UNIPORT Updates Portal For 2016/17 Post-UTME Screening Registration

The management of University of Port Harcourt (Uniport) has updated the official portal when candidates can start applying for post UTME screening.

From the official portal of Uniport, Post UTME Registration will commence on the 15th of June, 2016. We will keep you inform.

See How to Apply for UNIPORT 2016/17 Registration Procedure below

1: Enter your JAMB registration number to retrieve and confirm your details.
2: Provide an active email address, phone number and a security password then click Sign Up to create your account.
4: After creating your account you will be redirected to the login page. Select Post UTME Candidate as your User Type. Enter either your Phone Number, Email Address, JAMB Registration Number, or Screening Number as your User ID and enter your password to login.
Online Registration
1: Log in to your account to print your Payment Slip and proceed to any of the participating banks to make payment.
2: After making payment at the bank login to your account to confirm your payment and print your screening Photo Card.
Candidates who have printed their photo-card can now access their practice test at:

WARNING: Do not go to the bank to pay your fees without printing your payment slip online. Payments should be made for the Payment Slip Number on your payment slip. Do not make payment for any other number.


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The above image was posted online and it shows an advert placed on a national daily which shows University of Port Harcourt announcing the sales of their Post UTME Form for 2016/17 academic session.

This advert was placed just 3 days after the Federal Government, (FG) announced the scrapping of all forms of post Jamb Exams citing their trust and confidence in the ability of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, (JAMB) to conduct the exams to their contentment and hence no need to further test students.

The news was met with mixed reactions as some students welcomed the idea claiming it would increase transparency and reduce corruption in the higher institutions while the others lamented that pegging the cut-off at 180 for all institutions effectively ends any hope for a candidate with less than 180 as score despite the fact that JAMB 2016 was near abysmal due to technical difficulties experienced by a lot of candidates that made jamb add 40 marks for students.

Which makes implementing this policy in 2016 a bit hasty and inconsiderate by the FG, as long as JAMB can conduct their exams hitch-free and on the highest level then every candidate can justifiably put their trust in jamb’s ability to deliver, but that should all be a matter of next year as many have suggested, but again its all left in the hands of the stakeholders – ASUU, ASUP and other top educational bodies to have their say.

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