THIS IS TO INFORM THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND ALL PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS OF THE FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC ADO-EKITI WHO HAS ENROLLED/REGISTERED FOR THE FORTH COMING FPA POST-UTME EXAMS THAT THE NEW DATE FOR THE EXAM HAS BEEN SCHEDULED TO HOLD BETWEEN 5TH – 9TH OCTOBER, 2017.
The Federal Polytechnic Ado – Ekiti has rescheduled its 2017 Post-UTME Screening Test recently slated to hold from Monday, 28th to Wednesday, 30th September, 2017, to a new date.
The latest postponement was due chiefly to challenges experienced by many prospective candidates in possessing their e-transact PIN from Banks as a result of recent government banking policy on Treasury Single Account and also the Public Holidays for the commemoration of the Islamic Festival of Eid-El-Kabir on Thursday 24th and 25th September, 2017.
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Also, the rescheduling by one week to now commence from Monday, 5th to Friday, 9th October, 2017 became imperative by the need to enable a hitch-free preparation and successful conduct of the screening test with the hope that the shifting would afford many prospective candidates normalize their registration.
A statement from the Institution urged Parents, Guardians and all admission seeking qualified Candidates, who chose the Federal Polytechnic Ado – Ekiti in their 2017 JAMB applications to note that the Computer Based Test will now hold from Monday, 5th to Friday, 9th October, 2017 at the Polytechnic Digital Library.
Consequently, all interested candidates who are yet to complete their online application now have the opportunity to do so until the midnight of Wednesday, 30th September, 2017 when the PUTME admission portal will be closed for further administration.
Also all duly registered candidates are requested to visit the admission portal of the Polytechnic website to download the computer based test practice software which has been paid for upon registration, while they should visit the Polytechnic Website: www.fedpolyado.edu.ng for further necessary information on their examination timetable.
The general public is kindly requested to note the new dates of the postponement, to facilitate necessary preparations.