This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the University of Benin (UNIBEN) 2020/2021 academic session post UTME screening exercise that their results have been released.
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UNIBEN PUTME results have been successfully uploaded online. Follow the steps outlined below to check yours.
How to Check UNIBEN Post UTME Results
- Go to UNIBEN post UTME result checking portal at https://uniben.waeup.org/login.
- Enter Username/ID and password where required.
- Finally, click on login to access your result.
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UNIBEN Post UTME Result Submitted to VC.
The result of the 2020/2021 Post-UTME Screening exercise of the University of Benin has been submitted to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Lilian Salami.
A summary of the results was presented to the Vice-Chancellor by the Chairman of the Committee on Post-UTME, Professor Ehimwenma Omoregie. He explained that a total of nineteen thousand, nine hundred and eighty-seven (19,987) candidates partook in the screening exercise. At the same time, fourteen thousand, five hundred and fifteen (14,515) of them were successful, representing seven-two point six two per cent pass.
She went further to explain that of the eight hundred and two candidates affected by the technical hitch of 8th December 2020, ninety-nine per cent returned for the re-write while the less than ten candidates who are yet to re-write, have been given another date via their e-mails and telephone numbers.
The Vice-Chancellor commended the Committee for the prompt submission and the good work.