How many admission list does UNN releases: This is one of the questions asked by UNN aspirants now. First, i am going to give a very short answer to the question to help those who are looking for a concise post on the topic. Afterwards, I explain how and why UNN release all the list i have already mentioned. So lets get going.
HOW MANY ADMISSION LIST DOES UNN RELEASES
The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) always release 7 (seven) admission lists. However, this number is not a constant number. First is the merit/primary admission list. Second is the first supplementary admission list. After that, the university will wait for sometime before releasing the II and III supplementary lists.
Coupled with the II supplementary admission list is the University’s direct entry admission list. This list is for students who applied for admission through direct entry form. Immediately the University’s merit admission list is released, students will be allowed to purchase shopping form. Names of students who applied for admission through this form will be released together with the University’s supplementary list. The title is Advert/Shopping Admission List
There is also a separate admission list for Foreign Candidates, Visually Impaired and other Handicapped Candidates.
More information about all the UNN admission lists
Below is a list of all UNN admission lists:
- Merit/primary admission list
- Supplementary admission list & DE admission list
- II Supplementary admission list
- III Supplementary admission list
- VC’s admission list
- Advert/Shopping Admission List
- UNN Foreign Candidates, Visually Impaired and other Handicapped Candidates Admission List
I enjoin you to continue reading if you want to know the content of all the admission lists highlighted above.
Merit/primary admission list
UNN Merit/primary admission list is the first admission list released by the university. This list carries the names of students who either reached or scored above the required cutoff marks. So if for instance, UNN’s cutoff mark is 290 and you score 295, your name will be on this list.
Supplementary admission list
UNN Supplementary admission list is the list for students who scored slightly below the required cutoff mark. Sometimes names of students who scored above the cutoff mark but was not included in the first admission list, is mentioned in this list.
II Supplementary admission list
The II Supplementary admission list is just a continuation of the first Supplementary list. This list carries the names of students who were not mentioned in the previous admission lists.
III Supplementary admission list
Just like the II Supplementary admission list, this list is also a continuation of UNN Supplementary admission list. More names are usually included in this list. Direct entry also list is usually released with this list. However, sometimes UNN will decide to release it with the second supplementary list.
VC’s admission list
VC’s admission list is for students who are picked by the staff and administrators of the university based on their performance. Here, the university usually considers the performance of the students.
Advert/Shopping Admission List
UNN Advert/Shopping Admission List carries the names of students who were successfully admitted via the University’s Advert/Shopping Admission form. Names of students admitted through this list is usually few in number.
UNN Foreign Candidates, Visually Impaired and other Handicapped Candidates Admission List
This list is basically for foreign, visually Impaired and other Handicapped Candidates who applied for admission in UNN. Students in this list are also very few.
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Okay. Hope you got the information past in this post. In a recap, i said that the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) always released 7 (seven) admission lists. I also explained the content of all the lists. If you have any more question, do well to let me know using the comment section below.
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