All applicants seeking admission to the University of Nigeria Nsukka now have free access to the full and most recent UNN Post UTME Past Questions and Answers. The exam questions and solutions from the most recent computer-based CBT screening test are included in this edition of the UNN Post UTME Past Questions and Answers.
One of the biggest mistakes you could make as a JAMBITE hoping to be accepted to study your chosen course at the University of Nigeria is to show up to the UNN Post-UTME or Direct Entry DE screening without having any idea of the type of questions and answers asked in previous years’ screenings or how the syllabus was covered.
The general cutoff point for the UNN Post-UTME has been 200 or 180 for years. Because of this, if applicants to UNN don’t meet those cut-off grades, I do urge them to switch institutions. Don’t take the chance, even though things could change this year!
Congratulations to applicants who achieved a score of greater than 180 on the recently completed UTME exam! However, you still have to complete the post-UTME work.
What point am I attempting to make with this? The POST-UTME is crucial! You need to be ready right away! Consider it not too early!
You need to direct yourself with topics that matter, like previous questions, in order to prepare for the UNN Post-UTME.
Nature of the exam
Below is how the UNN Post-UTME exam is structured:
- Total number of questions: 60
- Subject Areas: 4 UTME Subjects (exactly the 4 subjects the candidate took in the UTME)
- Number of questions per subject: 17 questions to answer 15.
- Duration: 60 minutes
- Time per question: 40 seconds.
- Nature of the Test: CBT (Computer-Based Test)
- Calculator: ALLOWED! (You’ll be given a calculator in the hall)
Note: UNN repeat Past Questions every year. A reason why you must get the Past Questions and Answers for your examination preparation.
With all these in mind and with the past questions on the ground, UNN Post UTME won’t be new to you. Remember, the best time to start preparing is now!
Click on the button below to get the UNN Past Questions and Answers for free without paying a dime.
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