Do FUTA Accept Two Sittings For Admission 2023? Answered
Do FUTA Accept Two Sittings For Admission: Can I gain admission to federal university of technology, Akure to Study law using combined NECO and WAEC result?, does FUTA allow combined result (WAEC and NECO) for Medicine & Surgery?, Do FUTA accept two (2) sittings for all courses?
Hey SAVANT! welcome to today’s episode of “Admission Guide Series“, here you will know Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) stance on using two sittings for admission into the different departments… STAY TUNED!
In one of my recent episode, I explained how combination of result (two sittings) is done, and highlighted universities that currently accept two sittings for admission.
But the thing is, although some schools accept two sittings (WAEC & NECO or NABTEB), it is not always for all courses…
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So, two sittings may be accepted for Law, Accounting and some other courses, but may not be accepted for Pharmacy and Medicine
In order to be sure whether or not your school of choice accepts two sittings for your desired course, I have created this Question and Answer series… ENJOY!
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Do FUTA Accept Two Sittings?
YES, Federal University of Technology accepts two sittings for admission.
Therefore, if you have a deficiency in a subject in WAEC, you can use your NECO or NABTEB result to compliment it.
FUTA accepts combination of WAEC and NECO result for all courses offered, but not more than TWO sittings.
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