The University of Port Harcourt also known as UNIPORT is a highly competitive university, only a few numbers of students who apply for admission are being admitted. The secret to being a student of UNIPORT lies in your high grade during the Post Utme screening exercise. Therefore, UNIPORT post Utme exams is a computer-based final screening prior to the release of the admission list.

It’s a frustrating experience hitting the jamb cut-off mark and not scaling through the post-Utme, thereby staying another extra year at home while your mates are already in school. Meanwhile, this terrible experience can still be prevented by you grabbing a copy of the UNIPORT post-Utme past questions and answers prepared for you to scale through.



Read each passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Those who are familiar with it will tell you that Ludo, like human life itself, is a game both of chance and skill. You need skill in deciding how to make the most advantageous use of the figures, which turn up on the die when you cast it. Since each player has at least four alternative ways of using his figures, two players with equal luck may fare differently, depending on how cleverly each one uses his figures. The element of luck, again as in human life, plays a dominant role, however. For no matter how skillful a player may be in using the figure he gets on the die, he has a slim chance of winning if he continually throws low figures. While a combination of ones and twos may be useful in checking the advance of one’s opponents, it will not take one home fast enough to win. On the other hand, consistent throws of sixes and fives, with even the very minimum of skill will help a player to home all his four counters before any of the three other players, unless, of course, he has no idea of the game at all.

It is implied in the passage that two players may fare equally if they

  • Have equal luck
  • Apply similar skills to figures
  • Apply similar skills to similar figures
  • Have equal skill

It is implied in the passage that in Ludo threes and fours are

  • Very high throws
  • Medium throws
  • Low throws
  • Very low throws

According to the passage, a player with consistently high throws will

  • Almost certainly win a game
  •  Certainly, win a game
  • Almost certainly not win a game
  • Deliberately not win a game


  • The second and fifth terms of a geometric progression are 21 and 567 respectively find the first term and the common ratio of the progression. (A) 3, 7 (B) 7, 3(C) -7, 3 (D) -3, 7
  • Ans: B
  • Tunse bought a house for =N=1,250,000 and spent =N=350,000.00 to renovate it. He then sold the house for =N=2,000,000.00. What is the percentage gain? (A) 40% (B) 65% (C) 35% (D) 32%
  • Ans: D
  • List the integral values which satisfy the inequality -2 < 7 – 3x≤ 10 (A) -1, 0, 1, 2 (B) -2, 0, 1 (C) 1, 2, 3 (D) 0, 1,2
  • Ans: A
  • In a class, 120 students speak English or French, or both. 70 speak English and 55 speak French. How many speak English but not French? (A) 45 (B) 50 (C) 55 (D) 60
  • Ans: C
  • The lengths of the sides of a right-angled triangle are ym, (3y – 1)m, and (3y + 1)m, find y.
  • (A) 12(B) 9 (C) 8 (D) 4
  • Ans: A
  • Without using a table, evaluate (243)⅕ * (0.09)-1 * 125-⅔
  • (A)  4
    (B) ¾
    (C) 3
    (D) 4/3        
  • Three consecutive positive integers a, b, and c are such that b2 = 4(a +c).    Find the value of c
  • (A)  6
    (B) 3
    (C) 9              
    (D) 5
  • Find the principal which amounts to ₦4,400 at simple interest in 5 years at 2% per annum.
  • (A)    ₦3,800
    (B)   ₦5.200
    (C)   ₦5,000
    (D)   4,000
  • The sum of the first 20 terms of progression 3, 6, 12, … is
  • (A)  3(221 – 1)
    (B) 3(220 – 1)
    (C) 3(220 + 1)
    (D) 3(221 + 1)
  • Mr. Robson bought bags of oranges for ₦ 2,500 each. He sold them for ₦90,000 at a loss of 20%.  How many bags of oranges did he buy?
  • (A)   60
    (B)  80
    (C)  50
    (D)  45

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  1. Harmony February 25, 2024

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