The major reason why you will see a Not Recommended Remark on your Result is If probably you didn’t get up to the Cut Off Mark set for that course you applied for and on rare occasion this may also not be the case….Not Recommended does not mean you ve automatically failed the exam.
Many have been asking what next step to take if the remark is Not Recommended?
If the remark on your result reads Not Recommended and you performed above average like more than 40, here are the things you can do;
1. Wait a little like one to two weeks after release of Admission List to see if Unilag will still release more List in your department…Some despite not been recommended still end up making the list.
2. Visit the department to find out if you can change your course to the part time version.
Note: Not all departments allow students to switch.
3. If the departments allows the change of mode of study to Part Time They will give You the Procedures to follow in order to change your course to the part time of what you applied for.
The reason you might want to consider changing to part time is because most part time courses are less competitive than its full time version. The cut offs are always lower compared to their full time course.
Changing your course does not guarantee the admission though, so after changing the course you need to go and pray hard. Check the 2017/2018 Unilag Postgraduate Admission List, when you click view Admission List
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