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ABSU 2017/18 Aptitude Test & Screening Exercise Schedule Announced

ABSU 2017/18 Aptitude Test & Screening Exercise Schedule Announced
The Abia State University has announced the Aptitude Test and Screening Exercise Schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session.
 The Registration forms for the Aptitude Test are available on-line from Monday 28th August, 2017.


All candidates who selected Abia State University as their first and second choice in the 2017 JAMB Examination and scored up to National cut-off of 120 and above are hereby invited to register for Aptitude Test exercise.

Eligible candidates should Log on to the ABSU portal (

) and generate an invoice.
Proceed to any branch of our designated Banks listed below and pay N2,000.00 for the Aptitude Test and N3,000.00 for Screening of Certificates and checking of admission status:

ABSU Microfinance Bank;  Sky Bank Plc;
Zenith Bank Plc;  First Bank Plc;  Ecobank Plc, 
Fidelity Bank Plc; Union Bank Plc; UBA Plc.

Get back to the ABSU portal ( and click on Applicant.
Select ABSU Aptitude Test 
Complete the Application Form, ensure you upload a clear passport photograph to avoid rejection of candidate and download a copy as an evidence of registration.

The closing date for the registration of the Aptitude Test is Monday 

18th September, 2017

Dr. (Mrs) Evelyn N. Iheukwumere


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  1. Anonymous

    September 14, 2017 at 2:32 pm

    Enter your comment…what is the subject combination of absu aptitude test for medicine and surgery 2017/2018 exam

  2. Anonymous

    August 31, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    Please I want to know if its possible to still do change of course to absu?

  3. Anonymous

    August 31, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    Pls wat is the school fees for med lab

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