FCT School of Midwifery Gwagwalada Basic Midwifery Programme Entrance Exam Date, Requirements 2021/2022


Did you apply for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) School of Midwifery, Gwagwalada 2021/2022 Basic-Midwifery admission? You can now check your entrance examination date, time and venue schedule by following the procedure explained below.

FCT School of Midwifery Entrance Exam

The management of the FCT School of Nursing and Midwifery has announced the period for the conduct of its 2021/2022 Basic-Midwifery programmes entrance examination.


FCT School of Midwifery Entrance Exam Date

The entrance examination will hold from Tuesday, August 3rd 2021 to Friday, August 6th 2021. The venue is FCT School of Nursing and Midwifery, UATH, Gwagwalada.

Candidates are required to Print their photocard and come with it on their day of Examination. To print your photocard please click here


The Time and Date of the exam can be checked here. The individual Candidates will be sent via SMS to the phone number on their application.

 ITEMS TO BRING ARE:

  1. Your Remita Receipt Print Out.
  2. Your FCTA Issue Receipt
  3. Your Photocard Print Out (Click to Print)
  4. Biro/ Pencil

NOTE: Smart Devices, Bags, Books and flimsy papers are not allowed into the Examination Hall.


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