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UNILAG fixes cut-off at 200, as students starts registration August 31

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The University of Lagos on Tuesday announced that 200 mark would be cut-off for any course into which students are seeking admission into for 2017/2018 academic session.

This follows the autonomous power given to every schools to choose their admission minimum score after the Joint Admission Matriculation Board pegged the cut-off at 120 for universities, 110 for polytechnics and 100 for college of education.

Read: 120 cut-off: JAMB warns candidates on new mininum score

 

The infomation was announced by Mr. Toyin Adebule, UNILAG’s Deputy Registrar, Information, saying that the date for screening registration would be from August 31 to September 15, while the screening exercise is slated between September 18th and 22nd.

He added that only students who chose the university as their first choice and scored mininum of 200 are eligible for screening.

Adebulu also said that such candidates must have score at least 5 credit passes at one sitting in relevant Ordinary Level subjects which must include English Language and Mathematics.

“Candidates who will not be 16 years of age by October 31 are not eligible and need not apply.

“Candidates who do not participate in this Post-UTME screening will also not be considered for admission.

“The screening fee has been pegged at N2,000 and candidates should follow the registration procedure keenly.

“Eligible candidates should log on to University of Lagos website www.unilag.edu.ng and then take the following steps.

“They should click on admission, then click on the Post-UTME application, and log in with their UTME number as their username and surname in lowercase as password,’’ the statement read.”





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