Last updated on June 11th, 2016 at 02:57 pm
News broke out yesterday that the federal government of Nigeria has scrapped post utme in all schools and many have been asking me what unilag stand will be on this.
Federal government scraps post Utme in all school but schools are still at liberty to conduct any test if they so wish but it’s no longer compulsory, this is what i understand.
Unilag started post Utme in Nigeria and other school followed and this is one thing I know, Unilag will not scrap that post Utme oooh!
If they do or unilag is forced to follow this directives then it will become so difficult for students to gain admission becuause unilag will surely increase their jamb cut-off for various courses. Courses like medicine, engineering, pharmacy, law cut off will now be like 250-260 and above in order for students to compete effectively since the space are not enough to take all students.
I know Unilag will surely jonze this federal government thingy and still go ahead to conduct its post Utme. That’s Unilag for you.
Advise: Start preparing for your Unilag post Utme and don’t allow this news to be a distraction to you. To get the past questions and answers/likely questions & answers for 2016/2017, click….>>>> How to get Unilag post Utme materials
This is my personal opinion as Timothy Ozovehe.
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