2014/2015 Unilag Post Utme results are already rolling in, yeah it’s that fast.
That’s how it’s suppose to be, cos it’s CBT(computer based test).
To check yours it’s quite simple but first let me clarify somethings here.
As at the time of writing this post(21/07/2014) the total mark is still over 40 and the aggregate is still shown to be zero(0).
From last year’s experience; very soon the score will be updated and it will be rounded up to 100 and then the aggregate score will appear….
The aggregate score is combination of your Utme and post utme scores.
If you check now, you might only have access to your utme score alone over 40 but later it will be rounded up to over 100(i.e anything you score over 40 multiply by 100 in order to get your post utme score over 100)
E.g 31/40 now will be the same as 31/40 *100/1 =77.5. Later
In order words 31/40 is the same as 77.5/100. In post utme score.
The formulae for calculating aggregate score is;
Your post utme score/2 * your jamb score/8 = aggregate score
E.g 77.5/2 + 240/8
= 38.75 + 30
And finally if your aggregate score meet the cut off mark for your course, then you are in.
How To Check Your 2014/2015 Unilag Post Utme Result below
2. Post Utme Result portal will display and at the button right, click on post utme result to display your result
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