What you need to know about IMT Enugu’s Disclaimer on the Post-Utme Exam

This is to clearly notify all aspirants of degree and ND programme of the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu that POST UTME Screening dates have not been fixed.

The rumour online that a date has been fixed is not true

IMT Enugu disclaimer notice on Post-UTME exam

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As a prospective student of the Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu, you would want to know about the official disclaimer on the Post-UTME exam. This disclaimer is to inform all applicants of the conditions for writing the Post-UTME.

Please read the information below very carefully to understand the conditions for writing the Post-UTME. If you have any further questions, please contact our support team.

What Is the Post-Utme Exam?

The Post-UTME exam is a mandatory requirement for admission into undergraduate programs at the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu. The exam is used to assess the readiness of candidates for admission into the university.

IMT Enugu’s Official Stance on the Post-Utme Exam

Since the release of the statement from the management of IMT Enugu, concerning the Post-UTME examination, there have been mixed reactions from students and other concerned individuals. Some individuals feel that the management is unfair for making such a decision, while others believe that it is a step in the right direction.

IMT Enugu has put together this disclaimer to provide more clarity on the situation and to address some of the concerns that have been raised. First and foremost, please note that the Post-UTME examination is not an entrance examination. It is simply a screening exercise to determine whether or not you are qualified to be admitted into the school.

Furthermore, the management would like to reiterate that it is not impossible to gain admission into IMT Enugu without writing the Post-UTME examination. The school considers other factors such as O’ level results, JAMB scores and interview performance when making its admission decisions.

We thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

How to Prepare for the Post-Utme Exam

Now that you have seen the disclaimer, it is important that you take the necessary steps to prepare for the post-UTME examination. The first step is to familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations. Once you have done that, it is important to start preparing for the exam.

There are a lot of resources available to help you prepare for the exam. You can find practice questions and answers online, or you can get a copy of the past question papers. Another way to prepare is to speak with your classmates and see what they are doing to prepare for the exam.

It is also important to stay calm and focused on the task at hand. Do not let rumors or false information get to you. The best way to do this is to listen to your parents and teachers, who will guide and advise you in the right direction.

What to Expect on the Day of the Exam

First and foremost, you should expect to be at the exam venue at least an hour before your scheduled exam time. This will give you plenty of time to find your exam hall and get settled in before the exam starts.

The exam itself will be multiple choice, and you will have 2 hours to complete it. There will be a total of 100 questions, covering a variety of topics such as Nigerian history, general knowledge, and current affairs.

To pass the exam, you will need to get at least 50% of the questions correct. However, we recommend that you aim for a higher score if possible, as this will improve your chances of being offered a place at the institute.

We wish you the best of luck on the day of the exam!

How to Interpret Your Results

It is important that you understand how to interpret your results in order to know what your next steps should be. If you score below the minimum requirement, it means that you will not be considered for admission into the school. If you score the minimum requirement but are not placed, it means that you can be considered for admission if there are vacant spaces. However, if you are placed, it means that you have been offered admission into the school.

Next Steps After the Post-Utme Exam

What happens next is that you’ll be placed into a program according to your JAMB score and your Post-UTME score. You’ll be placed into a class based on how you’ve performed in the exam.


If you didn’t do as well as you wanted to, there’s always the possibility of retaking the exam. You can also speak to your academic advisor about what other options are available to you.


And that’s it! That’s all you need to know about the IMT Enugu Post-UTME exam. We hope this guide has been helpful and that you feel more prepared for the exam. Good luck!


So there you have it—IMT’s official stance on the Post-UTME exam. As always, be sure to do your own research and make the decision that’s best for you. Good luck!


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