Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Chryss Onwuka

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Chryss Onwuka

UB: Sir, What is your general overview of the Post-UTME Screening?

DVC (A): The screening is flowing on seamlessly, achieving the aim for which we have set the process up. For instance, to have an interaction with the students or candidate to ascertain which of them you can at least zero into what they reflect as their character, how good they are by way of expression and so on, then we have security agents, who are also on ground to help us for further assessment on their character. So it’s going very well as expected.

UB: Are more students being expected?
DVC (A): Yes, those we have asked to check-back on the website are those who scored something close to the cut-off point, but were not successful in this harvest. This means, if we are going to do second batch admission, they may be fortunate to be picked. That is why we asked them to keep checking on.

UB: For those that will check back, will there still be another round of screening for the successful ones?

DVC (A): Yes, there will be. But it will be for a smaller group, we usually prefer to screen those that are coming into UNAAB so that we can harvest the best at the end of the day.