Taraba State University (TASU) Post UTME Screening Form 2018/2019


Taraba State University (TASU) Post UTME Screening Form 2018/2019: Well, the 2018/2019 Post UTME Screening has just began and schools are already releasing the forms for their schools. Last week, UNIBEN released their post UTME form, today, Taraba State University (TASU ) have done so too.

Taraba State University (TASU) Post UTME Screening Form 2018/2019

Taraba State University invites you to obtain the 2018/2019 Post UTME Form which they have already released and get ready for the 2018/2019 post utme. The form is on sale from July 6, 2018 to July 20, 2018. For you to able to qualify to take the exam, you should be able to get at least 180 in the just concluded JAMB examination.

How To Apply For Taraba State University (TASU) Post UTME

To able to apply for 2018/2019 TASU Post Utme, you have to be eligible for it with at least 180 in your JAMB. If you are already wualified, then the next thing you need to do is to visit the school official website from the link http://www.tsuniversity.edu.ng/home/portal/application/register.php and register.

While registering, you are expected to create a login details such as password and username. Please I will advice you to use some very light you can remember always even if you are sleeping. Then after you must have created these log in details, the next is to go ahead and make the payment of 2,000 Naira online. The money is just for screening charges. It is being paid into the school account.

Fill every form online and submit it online. Please be careful when filling in the forms to avoid making mistakes that will stress hell out of you even if you are finally admitted. After you are done filling the form, print online admission Screening Acknowledgement Slip/Receipt from the Portal.

In order words, you may be asked to upload all necessary documents (O’ level WAEC. NECO. NABTEB, A’Level IJMB. NCE, Diploma and JAMB Result etc.) indicate your O’ level scratch card pin number on the result. Its important to be specific about those credentials because the original copied will be verified during the physical clearance.

Promise Onwuachu
I am Promise Onwuachu, CEO of Campusglory.com and undergraduate of International Studies And Diplomacy (ISD) in University Of Benin, Nigeria. I love writing and sharing knowledge as long as education and Tech is concerned. Contact Me Here

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