In the 2017/2018 admission season the University of Lagos, calculated aggregate scores of UTME undergraduate admission applicants by weighting 20% to O-Level results, 50% to the UTME score, and 30% to the post UTME score.

In this system of scoring:

1. O-level component is reached as follows using the FIVE required subjects for your applied course: A1 = 4.0 points; B2 = 3.6 points; B3 = 3.2 points; C4 = 2.8 points; C5 = 2.4 points; C6 = 2.0 points. Grades must be obtained at ONE SITTING.
2. 50% UTME component is calculated by dividing your UTME score by 8.
3. The Unilag post UTME is scaled to 30 points.

We have an online calculator that will easily help you calculate the target component scores for your chosen course using the database of Unilag cut-off marks from 2011 – 2017. See the online calculator at: Unilag UTME target calculator page. (Click here).

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## 14 thoughts on “How to calculate your total aggregate score for Unilag UTME undergraduate admission for 2018”

1. John Monday says:

pls wen are we writing the post utm exam

1. lagtutor says:

The date is yet to be fixed.

1. lagtutor says:

2. Esther says:

234 for mass com and pls way the right jamb subject combination

1. lagtutor says:

The UTME subject combination for Mass Communication is: English Language, Literature-in-English and any two subjects from Arts or Social Sciences.

** Mathematics is accepted.

3. David says:

When will the admission list be released?

1. lagtutor says:

Soon.

4. yormi says:

is it the 9 subject they calculate for and jamb including the postutme to get the aggregate mark in unilag, I wanna study computer engineering

1. lagtutor says:

5 subjects are used to calculate O-level aggregate.

5. Israel says:

How unilag post utme scaled to 30 percent

1. lagtutor says:

That is done by the examiners.

6. O-level=11.6
UTME=26
I really need that 30%
~When is 2019 unilag post-utme coming up?
&how much is the cost of the form?

1. lagtutor says:

Keep following this blog and you won’t miss the post utme date.