Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY) Accepts Awaiting Result for Admission

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Does Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY) accept awaiting result for admission? If you just wrote either WAEC or NECO but have not yet seen your result then you probably may be wondering if ADAMAWAPOLY will offer you admission while you await the release of your O level result.

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In this post, we have provided answers to the questions you may have concerning the use of awaiting result to gain admission into Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY). Without wasting any time, let us answer the question already.

Does Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY) Accept Awaiting Result? Yes. If you are yet to see your WAEC result or NECO result, you can still apply for admission into Adamawa State polytechnic. See List of schools that awaiting result here.

However, if at all you are offered admission, you will need to have had your o level result so you can present it during you clearance. That means your O level result (WAEC or NECO) needs to be ready as at the time you are offered admission into Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY).

Also, when you do get your result, you will need to upload it as soon as possible to your JAMB profile so you can be considered for admission.

What are the courses you can apply for in Adamawa State polytechnic with awaiting result? Check out below for the list of courses offered in Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY) that you can use awaiting result to gain admission into.

Courses In Adamawa State polytechnic (ADAMAWAPOLY)

  • Accountancy
  • Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering / Technology
  • Business Administration and Management
  • Civil Engineering
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Computer Science
  • Mass Communication
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Office Technology And Management
  • Public Administration
  • Public Administration
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Science Laboratory Technology
  • Statistics
  • Statistics
  • Surveying and Geo-Informatics
  • Urban and Regional Planning
  • Social Development

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