How to prepare for the 2019 second phase entrance examination for the School of Nursing LUTH

The second phase of the 2019 SON LUTH entrance examination will hold on Saturday, June 29, 2019 and it will be based on English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Current Affairs. Questions can also be expected on the history of the School of Nursing LUTH.

Candidates can prepare using their WASSCE, NECO and UTME past questions and answers booklets. They can focus on the recent three years (say 2016 – 2019).

Candidates who were successful in the first phase examination which held on Saturday, June 15, 2019 have been notified by SMS on the date of the second phase of the exam.

If you did not get the notification SMS you are advised to visit the School of Nursing today Friday, 28 July, 2019 to check if your name is pasted on the notice board. Unfortunately, for one reason or the other, not every candidate who passed the first phase will successfully receive the notification SMS.



Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates into the School of Foundation Studies, University of Lagos for the 2019/2020 Academic Session. Highly successful candidates after an approved examination administered by the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB), are eligible for consideration for Direct Entry admission into the 200 Level of the Degree Programmes of the University through JAMB (Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board), or admission into the University of Bedfordshire, University of Central Lancashire, University of the West of England, De Montfort University, Leicester, University of Birmingham, (UK) University of Aberdeen, Scotland and Soochow University, China. Please note that the programme does not currently have facilities for the visually impaired and is strictly a non-residential programme.

The School of Foundation Studies will provide an intensive one-year programme teaching subjects in line with JUPEB syllabus for admission according to the following subject combination groupings:


1. CRS/IRS – Music – Visual Arts SFS01
2. CRS/IRS – French – Literature In English SFS02
3. CRS/IRS – Igbo/Yoruba – Literature In English SFS03
4. CRS/IRS – History – Literature In English SFS04
5. CRS/IRS – Music – Literature In English SFS05
6. CRS/IRS – History – Igbo/Yoruba SFS06
7. CRS/IRS – Igbo/Yoruba – Visual Arts SFS07
8. CRS/IRS – History – Visual Arts SFS08
9. CRS/IRS – Government – Visual Arts SFS09
10. CRS/IRS – Government – Music SFS10
11. CRS/IRS – Government – Igbo/Yoruba SFS11
12. CRS/IRS – Economics – Government SFS12
13. CRS/IRS – French – Government SFS13
14. CRS/IRS – Government – History SFS14
15. CRS/IRS – Government – Literature In English SFS15
16. Literature In English – Music – Visual Arts SFS16
17. French – Igbo/Yoruba – Literature In English SFS17
18. Government – Music – Visual Arts SFS18
19. Economics – Government – Literature In English SFS19
20. Government – History – Literature In English SFS20
21. Government – Music – Literature In English SFS21
22. Accounting – Business Studies – Economics SFS22
23. Accounting – Economics – Geography SFS23
24. Accounting – Economics – Government SFS24
25. Business Studies – Economics – Government SFS25
26. Business Studies – Economics – Geography SFS26
27. Economics – Geography – Government SFS27
28. Biology – Chemistry – Physics SFS28
29. Biology – Mathematics – Physics SFS29
30. Biology – Economics – Government SFS30
31. Biology – Economics – Literature In English SFS31
32. Biology – Chemistry – Economics SFS32
33. Chemistry – Physics – Mathematics SFS33
34. Chemistry – Economics – Mathematics SFS34
35. Economics – Mathematics – Physics SFS35
36. Mathematics – Physics – Visual Arts SFS36
37. Mathematics – Economics – Geography SFS37
38. Mathematics – Geography – Physics SFS38



A minimum of FIVE credits (English Language, Mathematics and three relevant subjects) obtained at one sitting at the SSCE/WASSC, GCE/O/L, NECO with results obtained before registration.


• Visit the School of Foundation Studies application site on
• On the prospective student’s menu, click on the School of Foundation Studies
• Go through the information on subject combinations relevant to your proposed choice of course of study for Direct Entry admission. Please note that changes have been made on the previous combinations.
• Complete the Pre-Application Form to obtain a payment reference number (PRN) using the applicant’s names.
• Make payment at any Commercial bank in Nigeria with the payment reference number (PRN)
• Cost of Application Form (including online practice tests (excluding Bank Charges)) is N25,000.00 (non-refundable)
• Make payment at any Commercial bank in Nigeria with the payment reference number (PRN)
• Return to the applications site on
• Log in with PRN as username and applicant’s surname in lowercase as password.
• Complete the application form and print two copies for yourself.
Examination pass will be available online a week before the examination date. Print a copy and bring to the examination venue.

N.B: Please read the information on the subject combination relevant to your course of study before completing the application forms online

• The Application opens on Monday, May 20, 2019 and closes on Friday, July 26, 2019.
• Examination Dates: August 12 – 16, 2019
• Mode of Examination: Computer-Based Testing (Please check the Unilag Website a week before examination to verify your examination date).
• All Questions are Multiple Choice.
• Examination subjects are: Mathematics, English Language (20 questions each) and 3 other relevant subjects according to candidate’s choice of subject combination (15 questions each), making a total of 85 questions, to be answered in one (1) hour.
• All candidates are to report at designated venues (according to the schedule on the Examination Pass) two hours before the scheduled Examination time.

Results: Results and merit admission will be released on the University website on Wednesday, August 28, 2019.


Culled from the University of Lagos Website