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How to Secure Admission into UNN with Shopping Form


How to Secure Admission into UNN with Shopping Form

You are welcome again to suresuccess.ng website. This article is prepared specially for University of Nigeria aspirants who missed admission in the recently released merit (or primary) admission list. I felt the need to write this because I discovered that once some candidates miss merit admission, they lose hope because they have no clue about what to do to ensure that they still secure admission in the year in question. Some give up while some others still strive but strive amiss.

Many candidates seeking admission into the UNN with a high average score make a very common mistake. When the merit admission list is released and their name is not there, they relax in the false belief that their name will still come out in the supplementary list for their original prospective course. No. It doesn’t work that way. There is a proven way to secure admission into the University of Nigeria, Nsukka using the UNN Shopping Form once a candidate is not admitted in the merit list.

Note, however, that it is not every candidate that purchases the UNN Shopping Form that would eventually gain admission in the first or second supplementary list. This implies that there is need to follow the best practices if your admission dreams must become a reality. So, while there is need to shop early, I advise you to take a little time to read through this article to not only avoid the subtle pitfalls but also to ensure that you secure admission at the end of the day.

Related Post: Click here to Check the UNN Merit (Primary) Admission List

Mistakes to Avoid While Paying for UNN Shopping Form

From all I’ve said so far, you must have discovered that it is possible for a candidate to, in the name of shopping, waste both money and time waiting for supplementary admission into UNN. So, before jumping at the links for payment and generating invoice, it is important to carefully note all there is to know about UNN Shopping Form for Admission Process. When you know the common mistakes candidates make during shopping and carefully avoid them, you will be insured against disappointment and heartbreak at the end. Continue reading.

1). Avoid Wrong Subject Combinations 

This is very important! Actually, wrong subject combination is one of the primary reasons why many jeopardize their admission chances during shopping. Yes, their subject combination is perfect for their original prospective course, but they forget to find out if the same subject combination is right for the new course they want to shop into for supplementary admission. So you find a candidate who originally applied for Medicine and Surgery (with the subjects English language, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) now shopping for Computer Science which requires Mathematics.

Don’t make such a grave mistake. Every course has what is called entry requirements and those are in addition to JAMB score and Post-UTME score (or just reaching the departmental cut-off mark). Ensure that you factor in the necessity for the right subject combination while making your choice for the course to shop for in the UNN Shopping Form for Supplementary Admissions.

Note that there are some faculties whose subject combination by default do not suit any other faculty. If you originally went for a course in such faculty and missed merit admission, ensure that you shop within the same faculty to be on the safe side.

2). Do Not Shop for ‘a Higher Course’

This is another point to consider. Just because all the courses are available for shopping does not mean that they are all ideal for everyone or anyone to shop into. Before shopping, consider the departmental cutoff marks of the courses you have in mind. Don’t shop for a course whose cutoff mark is even higher than that of the course you missed in the merit list. That would be folly.

Many others even shop for the same course they missed in the merit list believing that they will get it in the supplementary list. It doesn’t work that way. If you missed merit admission into a course, it means that you did not qualify for the course because your average did not reach the cut-off mark. Shopping again for the same course does not make sense.

For example, if you scored an average below 270, it will be a grave mistake to shop for any course with cutoff marks higher or even equal to 270. You need to step down in your choice of course.

3). Shop Early and Target Courses with High Shortfalls

When the school advertises courses for shopping, they come along with shortfalls. The shortfalls are the number of available admission slots. It is very advisable to both shop as early as possible and also shop for courses with the highest possible intake.  Click >>here<< to see the shortfalls for all the advertised courses.

But remember. Many other candidates will also be thinking in this direction. That makes the whole process both technical and competitive. But if you have a firm grasp of the technicalities involved and do the right thing at the right time, you will surely secure admission in an alternative department.

How to Apply for the UNN Shopping Form

Follow the steps below to purchase and apply for UNN Supplementary Admission via the shopping form. This is especially for those who want to buy and process the form themselves. If you don’t want to go through the process yourself, if you want me to do it for you, then you have to read beyond these steps to see how to get in touch with me.

  1. Visit UNN Shopping Form Application Portal via: http://unnportal.unn.edu.ng/AdmissionShopping.aspx
  2. Enter your JAMB UTME Registration Number in the space provided.
  3. Generate an invoice of N10,000 and make payment with either your ATM card or in any commercial BANK.
  4. Revisit the link above, enter your JAMB UTME Registration Number.
  5. Complete the registration and Submit your form.

We Can Purchase the Shopping Form for You

If you are not sure that you can go through this process and complete the form successfully, don’t worry, we are always here to help. You can reach Henry Divine on 08060848179 or simply follow any of the two procedures below to let me do it for you.

Procedure 1

  • Visit UNN Portal to access the Shopping Application Form.
  • Generate invoice.
  • Take the invoice generated to any commercial bank and make a payment of N10,000 for the form via REMITTA PLATFORM.
  • Pay a processing fee of N5,000 into my account (Call 08060848179 for account details).
  • Send me your JAMB Registration Number and the name you used in paying the money into my account. Send it to 08060848179.
  • As soon as your payment is confirmed, I will complete the registration of the form and submit your details to the school portal.
  • Once I’m done with the application, you can then proceed with printing of the form.

Very Important: While registering your shopping application form, I will call you to confirm that you really want the course I intend choosing for you.

Procedure 2

  • Call 08060848179 to get my account details.
  • Pay in N15,000.
  • Send your JAMB registration number.
  • I will carry out the entire shopping process for you.

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Best wishes from yours sincerely, Henry Divine.


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About Henry Divine

HENRY DIVINE is a dynamic young man with a vision and passion to affect his generation, especially the youth. He is an author, a psychologist, a blogger and the Initiator/Coordinator of The Sure Success Project.

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