How to calculate UNILAG Aggregate Score for Post-UTME

If you want to know how to calculate UNILAG Post-UTME and UTME aggregate score, this post is for you. Searching for this means you have taken part in the 2014 Post-UTME screening of University of Lagos or you know someone that did. The University released the list of their cut-off marks for all departments. This will determine if you are qualified for admission. You can check the list below:

UNILAG Post UTME Cut off Mark 2014-2015 (All Courses)

UNILAG Post UTME 2014, Cut-off Mark, Date, ICE UNILAG PROGRAMMES 2014, UNILAG Briefing for NYSC, UNILAG DLI 2013/2014 Admission, NYSC Call up letter batch b, UNILAG Postgraduate form 2014, 2nd Semester Registration, UNILAG SUG, UNILAG DLI Result/Admission List, UNILAG Sandwich 2014, Prog JUPEB Final Exams Date, aggregate scores

How to calculate UNILAG Post-UTME and UTME aggregate Mark

Let us start this way, your JAMB UTME score carried 50% of the total 100% of your aggregate score. Post-UTME score carries the other 50%. This means that your UTME score would be divided by 4, while post UTME score will be divided by 2. Adding the two equals to the aggregate score that qualifies you for admission.

Here is an example of how it is calculated:

Ahmed scores 260 in JAMB,

He scores 70 in the UNILAG Post UTME (2014).

Here is how to calculate Ahmed’s aggregate score with JAMB and Post-UTME scores:


JAMB SCORE: 260/8=32.5

Ahmed’s UNILAG aggregate score = 32.5+ 35=67.5

UPDATE: UNILAG Change of Course (Supplementary Post-UTME 2014 Admission) form out

We wish you the very best!!!

Ahmed Ogundimu

Ahmed Ogundimu is a Web Designer and Developer, Digital Marketing Expert and SEO Manager. I enjoy finding solutions to problems and sharing same, hence the reason for creating and some other websites I own. I work as a web developer at Sigmanox NG and also as the web administrator/editor at NGScholars. Follow me on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.