How to Calculate UNILAG Post UTME/Screening 2022/23 admission

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How to Calculate UNILAG Post UTME/Screening 2022/23 admission

It is no News again that the UNILAG post UTME registration will commence on the 17th of October, if you want to know more you can read on the registration process. The traditional style before last two years is to ask student to come to the school to write the post UTME, after the Corona Virus Set comes the Era of online post UTME that you sit and write in your house.

The new Screening system was once implemented in 2016 where it only featured that Student are to submit their O-level and Jamb result although that year the cut off went high due to this effect, the set of people that got into school most were people with good WAEC/NECO/GCE result not really the smart once that passed JAMB

Before we talk about the effect of this and possible post UME cut-off you should be expecting let’s quickly look at How to calculate UNILAG Post UTME/Screening for 2022/23 admission, although if you check below, you’d see some pictorial representation, I mean image that can point you directly to what you need

UTME is 50%

0’Level is 50%

If you are still unsure about it, do it this way:

  1. Divide your UTME SCORE by 8 and that will be your score over 50
  2. O’level breakdown (make sure you figure out the 5 Subject your course require, you must have at least C6 in Maths and English, failure in the two means you can’t participate in the screening process)

A1 = 10


B2 = 9

B3 = 8

C4 =7

C5 = 6

C6 = 5

What ever you get from your JAMB plus it with that of Post UTME

For instance Ibukun wants to study Law and she has score 280 in JAMB, her 0’levels  goes thus:

Maths = A1, English = B3, Literature in English =B2, Government = B2, Yoruba = A1

Therefore, UTME is 280/8 =35

Olevels = 10+8+9+9+10 = 46

Therefore, Ibukun is more than set cos she has score very high 35+46 = 81

I hope this help, watch out for more tips and likely Post UTME cut off Mark suggestion






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