See How Fed Poly Ede 2018/2019 Post-UTME Exams Will Be Organized By Management
The Federal Polytechnic Ede is a prestigious university known for it’s commitment to the goal of “Skill And Character”.
Federal Polytechnic Ede is also popularly called the Lion’s Den. As a prospective undergraduate student of the great Polytechnic, if you have applied for admission into Ede Poly as your first or second choice university as the case may be, you are a potential lion or lioness.
Let me give a brief run-down on what you need to know as of this moment about how Ede Poly post-utme are organized.
What the Typical Poly Ede Post-UTME Screening Exam Looks Like
The Federal Polytechnic Ede organizes her Post-UTME Exams in quite a unique and different way from other institutions of learning in Nigeria.
What you are being tested on in Federal Polytechnic Ede post-utme will be more of speed and accuracy because you will be give a total of 60 questions to answer in 40 minutes.
The subjects you are to write in the Post-UTME is exactly the same subject combination you used to write your JAMB-UTME as you will notice when buying the Post-UTME form and registering online. For example, if your subject combination was
English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry like mine was in those days, it’ll be the same combination in your post-ume.
Based on the information we have gotten from informants, the Post-UTME offline practice CBT (test) launched by the Polytechnic is a test of 60 questions (15 questions per subject) to be completed in an hour i.e. 60 minutes. This information suggests that Poly Ede may be returning to the previous pattern of setting 60 questions for their Post UTME. Prepare your mind in advance for the possible development.
Now, each subject will have 15 questions and as a rule of thumb for good time management in the exam, you are expected to complete each subject in 10 minutes i.e. 40 seconds per question.
As for examination centre, all Post-UTME exams are always taken in the school campus but for want of venues, all exams will not be taken in one day. This is why Poly Ede Post-UTME are often scheduled to take place in four days for various faculties and departments to allow for the screening exams to be conducted in decorum and better managed.
You examination centre also has a lot to do with your JAMB score because Ede Poly is of the habit of categorizing students according to their JAMB scores. For instance, for a post-UTME exam for a course or department like say, Estate Management, we can have categories like 250 to 262, 235 to 249, 205 to 234, 190 to 204 and 180 to 189 depending on what the highest and lowest scores out of the students that applied for Economics were and also depending on the number of students in each score category. Each of these groups will write their exams in separate examination halls.
My advice for you as you prepare for this year’s Polytechnic Ede post-utme exam is that you practice more of speed and accuracy tests. As you solve past-questions, time yourself and test your ability to answer the questions correctly and fast likewise.
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