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UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Mass Communication – UTME and Departmental Cut Off



See the UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Mass Communication (minimum UTME score and required departmental aggregate score) for the course based on last year’s data.

UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Mass Communication - UTME and Departmental Cut Off

Aspiring candidates are expected to meet certain criteria before they can be admitted to study in any of the courses in any Nigerian university. One of such criteria involves meeting the required cut off mark for the school as well as the course or department itself. Obtain admission based on merit becomes easy and straightforward when one has met the required cut off mark for the admission into the desired course.

UTME and Departmental UNILAG Cut Off Mark for Mass Communication

When it comes to UNILAG, the UTME cut off mark is currently 200 for all courses, and UNILAG only accepts and screens first choice candidates only.

So, what is UNILAG cut off mark for mass communication?

Regarding the Cut Off Mark for Mass Communication, which is the desired course or department in this case, the merit cut-off mark is currently 65.70. You can think of this as the required aggregate score for an aspiring candidate to get admitted into UNILAG to study Mass Communication based on merit. You might also think of the 65.50 as 65.5% or 65.5/100 or 262/400. You can see how to calculate your UNILAG post-utme aggregate score below.

Some Things to Note About UNILAG Post UTME / Admission Screening

Candidates who made University of Lagos their first choice in the 2017/2018 UTME and scored 200 and above are eligible for screening. In addition, candidates must possess five (5) credit passes at one sitting in relevant O/level subjects including English Language and Mathematics.

Candidates, who will not be sixteen (16) years of age by 31st October, 2017 are not eligible and need not apply.

Candidates who do not participate in the Post-UTME Screening will not be considered for admission.

UNILAG Post-UTME Screening Examination Format

The University of Lagos (UNILAG) usually sets questions on just three(3) subjects which are Mathematics, English Language and Current Affairs for all students irrespective of the course you have registered for in your JAMB and its subject combination.

The format of UNILAG post utme exam (number of questions per subject) is as follows:

English Language = 20 Questions

Maths = 10 Questions

Current Affairs =10 Questions

Total = 40 Questions

Time to take Test = 30 Minutes.

How to Calculate Your UNILAG Post-UTME Aggregate Score

In order to calculate your UNILAG post-utme aggregate score, the formula adopted by the institution is the sum of your UTME SCORE divided by 8 and your POST UTME SCORE divided by 2.

For instance:

if you scored 290 in UTME and went on to score 70 in POST UTME,your aggregate score will be calculated thus:

UTME Score = 290/8 =36.25
Post UTME Score = 70/2 =35

Aggregate Score =36.25 + 35 =71.25%

Don’t get confused, it can be quite understood that the post utme questions is 40. You might want to ask, how then is it possible for me to score 70 in post utme.

This is the simple magic UNILAG performs; whatever you score in post utme over 40 will be rounded up to 100, that is it will rounded up to percentage. Let’s say for example you score 20/40. It will be the same as 20/40 multiply by(*) 100/1 which is equal to 50/100.

What ever is gotten over 100 is what will be divided by 2 to get your final post utme score before combining to get the aggregate as described above.

Your aggregate score will be measured against the cut off mark of your chosen course. The cut off marks (required aggregate scores) for all courses will be published weeks after the post utme exams.

Also See: UNILAG Possible Cut Off Marks for Admission


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