The University of Lagos(UNILAG) Akoka has fixed this year’s post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post- UTME) aptitude test for between Monday, November 1st and Friday, November 5th.
Consequently, the school has reeled out conditions for candidates to participate in the five-day screening exercise.
According to the university in a statement signed by the registrar, Mr Oladejo Azeez, only candidates who scored 200 and above in this year’s UTME conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB) and made UNILAG their first choice, and have at least five credit passes at one sitting in relevant O-Level subjects, including English Language and Mathematics and also will be at least 16 years old by 31st of October are eligible for the test.
The school further stated that the computer-based test is mandatory for admission into 100-level courses and asked those eligible to register online via the school website given as www.unilag.edu.ng.
It said the registration which would cost N2,000 per candidate would commence on Monday, October 11th and end on Friday, October 29th.
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