All the Jamb Candidates who applied for Admission into the University of Lagos, UNILAG for the 2014/2015 academic session through Jamb, you will agree with me that Unilag is among the top University in Nigeria, hence a huge number of candidates are going to apply for admission into the Institution.
The 2014/2015 Cut-off mark of Unilag is going to be 200 and above, so any candidates that score below 200 should apply for change of Institution. (Although there is a slim change that the Unilag may cut below 200 this year, but the chance is too tiny to rely on)
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The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) 2014 performance index for University of Lagos whose post-UTME cut-off was set at 200 for both First and Second choice candidates is as follows;
Number of candidates writing the 2014/2015 Post-UTME;
1st choice: 15,626
2nd choice: 27
3rd choice: 0
Total number of candidates: 15,653.
Note: Out of the Fifteen Thousand plus candidates that apply for admission into Unilag for the 2014/15 academic session, less than Five thousand, (5,000) will be admitted. What is going to happen to the rest?
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How to pass Unilag Post-UTME screening Examination
From our research, we know that University of Lagos past post utme questions are set again and again, therefore we urged all Unilag Jamb candidates to grab Unilag past post utme questions and answers. You can contact us for how to get it for just a token.
As the time of writing this report, Unilag 2014 Post Utme screening date has not been announced, we will let you know when the form is on sale as well as the examination date.
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