||Post UTME Past Questions + 1 Year School SMS Alerts Included
- No of Pages: 173
- Questions from 2006 - 2019
- Most up-to-date Post-UTME Unilorin material
- How To Emerge Top Scorer by Compiler/Author (Who scored 88% twice, for first degree and then second degree Post UME exam)
- Over 1000 questions
- Contentious answers well explained.
- A mention of the right textbooks to read.
- Motivational quotes to keep you inspired while studying for each year.
This is the most up-to-date Unilorin Post-UTME Past Questions you can find anywhere. This pack gives you access to not only questions, but also contains their solutions, and 1 year of SMS alerts of any information coming from Unilorin.
Over the years the number of candidates seeking admission into the University of Ilorin have been nothing short of mindboggling. Every Emeka, Abdulsalam, Olayinka and Joseph wants to get into the university known for its remarkable academic calendar and quality. Hence the competition is fierce and one has to stand out to be sure of getting that notification indicating one has been admitted into the “better by far” citadel of learning.
The University of Ilorin Post UTME is Computer Based Test and is more or less a form of aptitude test with basic knowledge tested. With English language having the bulk of the questions (about 80%) whereas Basic Arithmetic and General Knowledge (taking about 10% apiece) making up the remaining number of questions (50 questions all together)
This question and answer pack is aimed at getting one familiar with what to expect on that particular day. With the contentious answers of the most recent years explained in the simplest form possible to aid easy recall.
The University of Ilorin's Post-UTME examination format over the years has been 50 questions to be attempted under about 25 - 30 minutes. And there is very little chance this particular format would be changed.
The examination is similar for every aspirant irrespective of intended course of study or Jamb subject combinations as the University is satisfied with your passing and meeting the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and O'level requirement respectively for your course of study. The questions are grouped into three major categories which are Use of English, Basic Mathematics and General Knowledge (Current affairs).