Wednesday, July 22

2015/2016 Unilag JAMB Cut Off Mark: Prospective students, parents protest (Photos)

There has been a lot of controversies since the long awaited 2015/2016 Unilag Post UTME form was finally released in the early hours of yesterday Tuesday, 21st of July 2015, which has kept hundreds of phone calls, text messages, Emails, pings and a whole lot of reactions rolling in to tayolawal.com from parents and prospective students of Unilag asking me to help them authenticate the rumours about the newly adopted JAMB policy.
"a policy whereby candidates of some named Universities (including Unilag) with surplus applicants are reassigned to other universities with lower number of candidates than their capacities". continue below........
Contrary to the normal 200 marks that has been known in the recent years as Jamb cut off mark to enable every prospective student of the institution to partake in the Unilag Post UTME examination and admission process in all courses.

In which some of the students who scored 200 and above in JAMB will still be denied the opportunity to obtain the 2015/2016 Unilag post UTME Form but will be moved to another Universities which the students did not choose at all while filling the JAMB form.

The policy was said to have affected not only Unilag but some other top Nigerian Universities like UNILORIN, OAU, UNIBEN.

Oh well! the concerned parents and prospective students of the institution who could not help but stage a protest in the early hours of today Wednesday 22nd of July, 2015 to express their displease on the sudden, strange and shocking regulation called JAMB policy, hit the Akoka campus of the institution earlier this morning with placards on their hands which brought gridlock on the roads of Unilag as two entrances to the institution were locked for several hours.









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