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Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Reasons why you may want to change your Course or Institution


This is to inform all candidates who intend to change their institutions and courses that the change of Institutions and courses form is now available.
 
There are obviously three good reasons why a candidate may need to change his/her jamb choice of course or institution or both:

Case 1A. Due to Low UTME score: After the release of Jamb results, the next thing to face is post-UTME and admissions. Now take for instance that someone applied for a federal university who will probably fix a cut-off mark of 200 and above; if such candidate scored less than 200, it simply means he/she has lost the admission. In this case the change of institution to a state- owned/private University becomes necessary. State universities generally fix cut-off marks below 200.

Case 1B. Due to Low UTME score: Just like case 1A above, this happens when a candidate chose a very competitive course like Law, Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy, Engineering, etc. Several courses have greater number of applicants than others and such courses invariably attract very high cut-off marks. To avoid being left aside a candidate is advised to go for change of course within the same institution/faculty.

Case 2. Incomplete O'level results: In this case candidates who may have ran into deficiency of required credit passes in some key/ relevant subjects may decide to go for.

Case 3. Mistakes during registration: Is there a mistake while filling your registration by either you or the business/cyber cafe? you can now correct any errors made during registration of your course or institution.

Case 4. Other causes: These includes several factors ranging from finance, change in Geographical locations, Parent's suggestions, Fear of Tribal differences, etc. Such cases treated under this heading result to change of institution.



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