Free Post UTME Past Questions For AAU (PDF Download)

As an aspirant of Ambrose Alli University, practising the post UTME past questions for AAU will help you to score above your departmental cut-off mark.

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What is the nature of AAU post UTME?

Although, this post UTME past questions will help you to understand the type of questions to expect, here are quick insights on the nature of AAU post UTME.

  • AAU post UTME is a Computer-Based Test (CBT)
  • You will be given a total of 50 questions
  • Time allocated will be 1-hour
  • The questions will be scored over 100
  • 50 percent of the questions will be English Language
  • The rest 50 percent of the questions will be from your other JAMB subjects

Your post UTME results will be accessible to you on the AAU Post UTME result portal few days after your exam.

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For Arts & Law

SchoolAAU
FacultyArts
Law
SubjectEnglish
Government
Literature
C.R.K
History
Pages74
FilePDF
Size412.3 KB

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For Social & Management Sciences

SchoolAAU
FacultySocial Sciences
Management
SubjectEnglish
Mathematics
Government
Economics
Pages72
FilePDF
Size374.6 KB

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