With thousands of FUTA Aspirants waiting to gain admission into the best University of Technology in Nigeria, one of the chances you have to make an impression as an Aspirant is the FUTA Post UTME Examination.
While there are different criteria which FUTA takes into consideration before admitting a Student, the Post-UTME screening exercise is your one big opportunity to make an impression.
In this article, we have listed out some important factors that would enable you write a successful Post-UTME Exam.
How To Write a Successful FUTA Post-UTME Examination - by FutaNewsandGist
1. Arrive early to Exam Hall
As simple as this might sounds, arriving earlier to the Exam hall in which one of them is making you feel at ease and having enough time to do a quick revision before starting your exam.
2. Pray before you start your Exam
Faith is very important just as hard work is. One cannot afford to pray only without reading nor reading without having Faith.
3. Do not Let Fear take the better of you
It is understandable you might want to panic but you do not have to be.
The Post-UTME Exam is just like any of your other CBT Exam (like Jamb). All you have todo is just to prepare
4. Don't hesitate to ask any question if you have problem with your computer
If you have trouble with the computer you're using for your exam, do not be timid to ask questions.
Even if it's a simple question as asking for where the calculator is.
Download : FUTA Post UTME Practice and Past Questions
5. Do the Subject you love first and followed by others.
Once you've been presented with the questions, we would recommend you go for your favorite subject and answer that first.
Then progress to other subjects. This will save your time and also help you to concentrate more better.
6. Try not to Submit until you're done
Even if you do not understand a question, try as much as possible to solve it if you still have time - before hitting the submit button .
Do not leave any questions unanswered as that might be your chance to earn an extra points.
6. Be time conscious
This simply means not to spend TOO MUCH of time dwelling on one particular question - when you haven't solve the rest .
If you have one difficult question that will take most of your time, skip the question and jump to another question.
When you finish the question you know first, then you can go back to the previous question you skipped.
And that goes our top points to make a better impression on writing an effective FUTA Post-UTME Examination.
Wishing you all the best of luck ✈
Compiled by Sir D
Edited by Tuham
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