When will Fed Poly Mubi stop giving admission for 2020/2021? If you are interested in knowing when Fed Poly Mubi will stop releasing admission list for this session then this post you are reading currently will provide you an answer to that question as we have created it specifically to tell you when Fed Poly Mubi will stop giving admission or admitting candidates.
This is to inform all candidates who participated in the post UTME screening exercise of Federal polytechnic, Mubi who are yet to be offered admission by the management of Federal polytechnic, Mubi and are still waiting to know if Fed Poly Mubi would release another admission list that we have published when Fed Poly Mubi would stop giving admission here in this post.
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When Will Fed Poly Mubi Stop Giving Admission?
There is really no fixed date to this question as most schools if not all usually do not create a press release or make an announcement that they would no longer be releasing any further admission list for this session or that giving admission has stopped or will be stopping at a particular date. The same also applies for Fed Poly Mubi.
However, there is a way we can know to some certain extent that Fed Poly Mubi have stopped giving admission.
The most reliable of all the ways we can know that Fed Poly Mubi will no longer release admission list is if matriculation has been conducted by Federal polytechnic, Mubi. So, if you are not offered admission by Fed Poly Mubi before the matriculation ceremony is conducted, it likely means they have stopped giving admission.
Note: In some rare cases (with rare stressed really well), some schools may release admission list containing just few names after matriculation.
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