What should I bring along for Delsu screening?


On the screening day, candidates are expected to come to the venue with a copy of print-out of venue and seat number (you can print this out from your account after application closes on 8th August, 2017), a copy of the print-out of completed on-line confirmation of application, their UTME Result Slip, two recent passport sized coloured photographs with the full names of candidate and signature on the reversed side of the photograph.

Furthermore, all candidates are advised to be properly dressed. This is essential at the Personality Assessment Interaction (PAI). All Applicants should also arrive at the screening venue at least 30 minutes before the exercise commences. Inconsistency in name or picture on Photo Card will not be acceptable to the University and may lead to disqualification of defaulting candidates. Candidates’ names on their O’Level Certificates, UTME results and other registration documents must be the same. GSM phones, electronic devices and bags are not allowed into the screening venue and parents, guardians and well-wishers will not be allowed to stay around the venue of the screening exercise. Any person caught impersonating will be handed over to the police and the candidate impersonated will automatically be disqualified.

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