BSUM Post UTME Screening Form for 2019/2020 is Out

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BSUM Post UTME Screening Form for 2019/2020 is Out

BSUM post UTME form – The management of the Benue State University, Makurdi (BSUM) is now selling application forms for its final mop-up post UTME screening exercise for the 2019/2020 academic session.

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This is to inform all intending candidates that Benue State University, Makurdi (BSUM), has officially released their Post UTME Screening Form for 2019/2020 academic session. See Requirements and how to obtain BSUM post UTME form below…

How to Apply for BSUM Post UTME.

To participate in the Mop-Up Post UTME exercise, candidates are advised to pay a non-refundable Post UTME registration fee of two thousand naira (N2,000.00) only using the following online payment modes:

(I) Cash payments: Candidates can also visit any of the following Bank Branches nationwide to make payment in cash.

  • * Fidelity Bank Plc.
  • * Zenith Bank Plc.
  • * ECO Bank Plc.
  • * Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.
  • * Sterling Bank Plc.
  • * Diamond Bank Plc.
  • * First Bank of Nigeria Plc.
  • * United Bank for Africa Plc.
  • * Unity Bank Plc.
  • * Union Bank of Nigeria Plc.
  • Skye Bank Plc.

A: Payment
Candidates shall be required to:
Visit: www.bsum.edu.ng

Before proceeding to the bank, print your Payment Reference Number slip from the E-Payment Platform and take it to the bank. On receipt of cash from you, the Bank using “College Pay” will process your transaction and generate Payment Receipt for you.

(ii)      For On-line payments using Mastercard, VISA and Verve Cards;
Click on the “Pay Online” button, you will be taken to Interswitch Payment Page. From the drop down below the page, select you card type and enter the requested information to make Payment. Once your payment is completed successfully, a receipt will be issued and you can continue with your application.

(iii) For payment at ATM terminals
Visit any ATM terminal with your ATM card and do the following:

After successfully completing the payment, return to the portal to login and print out your Payment Receipt

(iv)     For payment using Quickteller from the Internet
Visit the Quickteller website: www.quickteller.com/bsumwhile applicants for courses in the College of Health Sciences should visit: www.quickteller.com/chsbsuto complete their transaction.

Note: This payment option attracks additional N100.00

  • Select Quickteller from the ATM menu
  • select pay bills
  • Fill in the Payment reference Number generated from the E-Payment platform when you are requested to enter the Customer ID
  • Fill in 04255101 when you are requested to enter the Payment Code
  • Enter your GSM Number and complete the transaction.
      • Enter your Registration number
      • Enter your email and mobile number and click “continue”
      • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete your payment
      • Print out the payment confirmation slip
      • Return to the portal and print out a payment receipt.

B: Registration
After payment, candidates are expected to revisit the University website: www.bsum.edu.ng and still select “Post UTME/DE” under “Applications” section under the Admissions menu of the University website. Once on the page, candidates are to follow the steps below to complete their registration:

  • Enter your UTME Registration number and click “Verify” button to verify your details.
  • Click on the “proceed” link to login to your account to  register and upload relevant credentials online for the Post-UTME exercise.
  • Click on “My Bio Data” link to complete your Biodata.
  • Click on “Upload Documents” link to upload the following documents:
    • WAEC/NECO/NABTEB Certificates or statement of results (not online slips).
    • Birth Certificate/Declaration of age.
    • Marriage certificate/affidavits.
    • Certificate of State Origin.
    • JAMB Result slip.
  • Click on “Acknowledgement Slip” link to print two (2) copies.
  • Candidates are expected to present the Acknowledgement Slips on day of Post UTME.
  • Candidates must upload their O’level results on the JAMB portal. Only candidates whose O’level results are on the JAMB portal will be given admission after passing all the prescribed examinations.

Note that the time and date of your exam will be indicated on your Acknowledgment slip.

(II) Payment at ATM terminals
Candidates can visit any ATM terminal with their ATM cards and make payment.

(III) Payment using Quickteller from the Internet
Visit the Quickteller website at: www.quickteller.com/bsum while applicants for courses in the College of Health Sciences should visit: www.quickteller.com/chsbsu to complete their transaction. Candidates should note that this payment option attracts additional N100.00

All candidates who applied for Law but scored between 180 and 199 are to take their PUTME in Faculty of Arts while candidates who applied for Medicine and Surgery but scored between 180 and 199 are to take their PUTME along with Anatomy, Physiology (under College of Health Sciences) and Faculty of Science.

Note: Those who wrote the September 2019 PUTME are exempted from registering for this final Mop-Up examination.

Do you know you can score high in your University or Polytechnic of your choice Post-UTME and gain admission if you start preparing now? The question is HOW? If you really want to know how then kindly drop your email address and your questions in the box below we will respond to you immediately.

NSN Team.

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