The following UNILORIN Post UTME Practice Exam is designed with UNILORIN post UTME past questions and using the current UNILORIN Post UTME CBT structure and exam format. If you are an UNILORIN aspirant who will be writing the coming UNILORIN Post UTME CBT, you should find this CBT practice platform helpful.
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How UNILORIN Post UTME is Structured
One important thing to know about UNILORIN’s post-UTME so far is that it is usually a Computer Based Test (CBT). As far as we know, the questions are usually around 50 in number which will last for only 25 minutes to 30 minutes. The questions can be categorized into four segments or subjects which are English Language, Mathematics, General Questions and Current Affairs. However, note that they may not separate the subjects in the exam.
In order to perform well in the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) post-UTME examination, you need to read in between the lines carefully, as you would do in any other exam. You won’t regret paying substantial attention to each question as they appear on your computer screen while being as fast as possible.
As has been mentioned earlier, if you did well in your JAMB, UNILORIN post-UTME exam should be one of the least things to worry about if you have studied well as you did for your JAMB.
UNILORIN Post UTME Subject Combinations
Unlike some other schools, UNILORIN does not use JAMB subject combinations for their Post UTME. Perhaps, they assume JAMB has already taken care of testing domain knowledge of candidates. So, they probably use the post UTME screening to test the all-round general knowledge of their aspirants.
UNILORIN Post UTME CBT Practice Exam to Give You an Idea of What to Expect
The following UNILORIN Post UTME practice exam contains authentic UNILORIN post UTME past questions, and as such, it should be sufficient to ease your tension and prepare you for the exam. We recommend you take at least 5 or more practice exams before you sit for your post UTME.
The UNILORIN post UTME practice exam has English Language, Mathematics, General Paper and Current Affairs as compulsory parts of the test similar to the main UNILORIN post UTME screening examination. There are no other subjects that are dependent on the course you wish to study. At the end of the practice exam, you will have access to the various answers for the different questions.