Adeyemi University of Education (ACEONDO) 2015/2016 Post-UTME Result Released
Adeyemi University of Education, Ondo (ACEONDO) 2015/2016 Post-UTME Result has been released for all UTME students who wrote their Post UTME screening examinations and the details are specified in this article.
The management and school authorities of the Adeyemi University of Education have released the results of the 2015/2016 Post-Utme Screening Examination. The results can now be accessed online on the Adeyemi University of Education (ACEONDO) result checker.
How to Check 2015/2016 Adeyemi University of Education Post-UTME Result:
As has been announced above, all Adeyemi University of Education, Ondo (ACEONDO) aspirants who took part in the screening exercise of the institution are hereby informed that the results of the 2015 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening exercise into Adeyemi University of Education have been officially released.
Candidates who participated in the exercise are therefore advised to check their screening results via the Adeyemi University of Education online post utme result checker.
Adeyemi University of Education (ACEONDO) 2015/2016 Post-UTME Results Checker:
Follow the steps and procedure below to check your 2015/2016 Adeyemi University of Education, Ondo (ACEONDO) Post UTME result;
1) Visit the ACEONDO online Post UTME result checking portal via the link below:
2) Select Post UTME from the dropdown menu,
3) Enter your application PIN / Confirmation Order Number,
4) Then click on “View Result” to access your screening score.
About Adeyemi University of Education (ACEONDO)
Adeyemi College of Education was named after Canon M. C. Adeyemi (one of the earliest educationists in Ondo town) in recognition of his immense contribution to educational development in Ondo province.
It was established in 1963 to produce qualified teachers to teach in secondary schools and teachers’ training colleges and to conduct research and experiments on methods of teaching at all levels of education in Nigeria.
It formally commenced operations on 22nd May 1964 with 93 students comprising of 24 women and 69 men and has metamorphosed into a first class College of Education in Nigeria and in the West Africa sub-region. Presently, it has five schools – Arts and Social Sciences, Education, Languages, Sciences and Vocational and Technical Education – with a total of 28 academic departments.