KANOPOLY Retake Examination for Spillover Students - Guidelines & Procedure







KANOPOLY Retake Examination for Spillover Students - Guidelines & Procedure


Are you a Kano State Polytechnic student who has faced academic setbacks in the past? KANOPOLY is now offering a lifeline with its Retake Examination for spillover students. Have you withdrawn or been withdrawn due to academic reasons in the last five sessions? Can you imagine the relief and opportunity this one-off chance provides to turn your academic journey around? Isn't it a perfect occasion to showcase your true potential?





Kano State Polytechnic (KANOPOLY) has introduced a detailed set of guidelines for its upcoming Retake Examination, specifically designed for spillover students who were either withdrawn or voluntarily withdrew on academic grounds over the past five academic sessions. This initiative is a compassionate response aimed at reducing the high number of students who have left the institution due to academic challenges.
๐Ÿซ Programme Retake Examination for Spillover Students
๐Ÿ“š Eligibility Withdrawn/Voluntarily Withdrawn Students (Last 5 Sessions)
๐Ÿ“ Exam Scope Max 4 Courses per Semester
๐Ÿ’ฐ Fees N5000 (Central Registration), N2000 Per Course
๐Ÿ“… Registration 12th Feb. – 2nd March 2024
๐Ÿ—“️ Exam Dates 4th March – 16th March 2024
๐Ÿ“ˆ Marking Scheme Scored Over 100, Minimum Pass Mark Required
๐Ÿ” Special Cases Refer to the Summer Coordinator



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Understanding the Retake Examination Process
Eligibility and CoursesWho Can Take the Exam? The Retake Examination is an optional opportunity specifically for spillover students who left the polytechnic for academic reasons.
Course Limitations: Eligible students can retake a maximum of four courses in both the first and third semesters, as well as in the second and fourth semesters.
Examination and ScoringMarking Scheme: The examination will be marked out of a hundred, and students must achieve the minimum prescribed pass mark to succeed.
A One-Time Opportunity: This examination is a one-off programme, created to offer a second chance to students on compassionate grounds.
Special Cases: Any exceptional situations should be referred to the Summer Coordinator for further guidance.
Procedure for the Retake ExaminationPayment of Fees: Students must pay the spillover fees.
Registration Costs: A central registration fee of N5000.00 and a course registration fee of N2000.00 per course are required.
Clearance Form and Payment: Obtain a clearance form from the Department, then proceed to the Microfinance bank for payment.
Submission of Payment Documents: Present the bank teller for central registration to the bursary to receive an original receipt.
Course Registration: Submit the bank teller for course registration to the unit school accountant and collect the original receipt.
Final Documentation: Present all payment documents to the Department.
Timeline for the Retake Examination
Identification and Contact PhaseEx-Student Identification: Departments will identify and contact eligible ex-students from 29th January to 10th February 2024.
Registration PeriodRegistration Dates: The registration exercise is scheduled from 12th February to 2nd March 2024.
Examination ScheduleExamination Dates: The retake examination is proposed to take place from 4th March to 16th March 2024.
Marking of Papers: Concurrent with the exams, from 4th March to 16th March 2024.
Result Compilation and MeetingsCompilation of Results: This will occur from 18th March to 23rd March 2024.
Departmental and School Board Meetings: Scheduled from 25th March to 30th March 2024.
Polytechnic Academic Board Meetings: Set for 1st to 5th April 2024.
In Conclusion

Kano State Polytechnic’s Retake Examination is a vital opportunity for students who have previously faced academic setbacks. It is a chance to reengage with their studies and achieve the success they are capable of. If you are eligible for this examination, take note of these guidelines and important dates to make the most of this opportunity.

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