This is to inform all Candidates who have chosen Yaba College of Technology as First Choice and Second Most Preferred and First Choice More Preferred and also score 150 and above in the 2013 UTME that the 2013 Post UTME screening excercise will hold as follows:
Paper Pencil Test (PPT)
Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th of September 2013.
Computer Based Test
Thursday 5th to Saturday 7th of September 2013.
Registration will commence from 6th July 2013 and close on 19th August 2013.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
All candidates should visit the College Website at www.yabatech.edu.ng Click on Post UTME 2013/14 and complete the basic details. Pay the sum of N1,800 for the Post UTME and Result Checking Online using ATM Card by clicking "Pay Now" then follow the procedures. Candidates are advised to supply correct data on the portal as they will be responsible for any personal error made during the registration. In order to avoid error, Candidates can also apply direct through us by following the instruction listed under the PROVISIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT. Candidates without ATM Cards & those that are finding it difficult to apply or pay online should also follow the procedure listed below to apply direct through us.
PROVISIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
Candidates can also apply direct through us by sending their details as listed below:
2. JAMB Registration Number
3. Phone Number
4. Email Address
5. State of Origin
Send it to email@example.com you will receive a response within 10mins for verification and payment processes, please follow the instructions sent to you. Your request will be completed within 4 Hours from confirmation of payment. Note that Cost of Form is N1,800 while registration fee is N700. You don't have to visit the campus to apply, payment can be made from anywhere. Candidates that applied direct through us will also get our Post UTME Past Questions sent to their email for free.
Click Here to Print your Receipt 24 Hours after Payment
Post UTME Result is now available on the portal, CLICK HERE to Check Yours.
For more details, See Guardian News Paper of July 11, 2013 (Page 53)