WE are already aware that post-UTME form for The University of Lagos, UNILAG is out and all the Jamb candidates that made the University their choice can now apply.
What is the Post-UTME Cut-Off Mark for Unilag 2014?
The University of Lagos, Post UTME Cut off Mark for 2014-2015 admission has been released by the school senate. Unilag released the cut-off mark in the national newspapers inviting candidates who chose them to the Post-UTME screening exercise which has been scheduled to begin on the 21st to the 24th of July, 2014.
The cut-off mark for University of Lagos Post-UTME 2014 screening is as follows:
All the Jamb Candidates who scored 200 and above and have made UNILAG their FIRST CHOICE Institution in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) are eligible to participate in the screening exercise.
In a nutshell, the university of lagos, Post UTME cut off mark is 200 for the 2014/2015 admission exercise.
If you scored below 200 and you chose UNILAG as your first choice, you are advice to apply for change of institution asap.
Unilag Screening Requirements
Although this has been explained in detail here. Applicants must possess five (5) credit passes in relevant ‘O’ level subjects including Mathematics and English Language at ONE sitting.
Candidates awaiting results are also eligible to apply, but the result MUST be out before the admission clearance is done.
Candidates under the age of 16 are not eligible to apply.
General Cut-off Marks information:
THE Federal Government and the Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB) and other stakeholders have agreed and pegged the cut-off marks for 2014/2015 admissions into Universities at 180, while Polytechnics and Colleges of Education(COE) were pegged at 150 respectively.
Although the general post-utme cutoff point is 180, Universities has the right to chose from 180 and above and not below.
Hence, the University of Lagos has now set her own cut-off mark as 200.
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