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BSUM Final Mop-Up Post UTME Exercise 2018/2019 ⋆ NGScholars


BSUM final Post UTME mop-up exercise for the 2018/2019 academic session. This is the final mop-up Post-UTME screening for Benue State University candidates who missed the previous screenings.

This is to inform all Candidates who applied for admission into Benue State University Makurdi for the 2018/2019 Academic Session, but failed to Register and write the just concluded PUTME Exercise, that they now have an opportunity to register for a final Mop-Up test for the admission exercise.

BSUM Final Mop-Up Post UTME

BSUM Final Mop-Up Post UTME Exercise 2018/2019

The final Post UTME Mop-up will come up on Monday, 22nd October, 2018 at 9am prompt on the University Campus. All applicants who registered for this Mop-Up exercise should come for the exams with the acknowledgement slips signed by their faculties.

How To Apply For BSUM Mop-Up Post UTME Screening

To participate in the Mop-Up Post UTME exercise, candidates are advised to pay a non-refundable Post UTME registration fee of Two thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only using the following online payment modes:

(I) Cash payments: Candidates can also visit any of the following Bank Branches nationwide to make payment in cash.

(II) Payment at ATM terminals

Candidates can visit any ATM terminal with their ATM cards and make payment.

(III)  Payment using Quickteller from the Internet

Visit the Quickteller website at: www.quickteller.com/bsum while applicants for courses in the College of Health Sciences should visit: www.quickteller.com/chsbsu to complete their transaction. Candidates should note that this payment option attracts additional N100.00

All candidates who applied for Law but scored between 180 and 199 are to take their PUTME in Faculty of Arts while candidates who applied for Medicine and Surgery but scored between 180 and 199 are to take their PUTME along with Anatomy, Physiology (under College of Health Sciences) and Faculty of Science.

NoteThose who wrote the September 2018 PUTME are exempted from registering for this final Mop-Up examination.


Posted by on October 18, 2018.

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