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UNILAG Releases 2021 Post Graduate Screening Result

The result of the Post Graduate Screening is out and can be checked online, in the University's official Portal. The management of the School of Postgraduate Studies (SPGS) wishes to inform all the candidates that participated in the 2020/2021 screening.

How to Check UNILAG Postgraduate Entrance Exam Results

  1. Go to the UNILAG postgraduate admission portal at https://applications.unilag.edu.ng/Login.aspx.
  2. Enter your Reference Number/Application Number and surname where required,
  3. Finally, Click Login and then check the top of the page and click on ‘view result’ to access your UNILAG postgraduate entrance examination score and remark.


There will be remarks on the result, the four types include:

  1. Recommended – your name will be on the first/second list.
  2. Not recommended – admission chances are very slim.
  3. Not qualified –
  4. Stepped down – issues with credentials or application. Go to your department to resolve.


After checking your UNILAG Postgraduate end result, you are predicted to perform pressing actions most specifically if your rating isn't always as much as the specified cut off mark for your selected course.

Now, hear what you are expected to do after checking your result. If your result isn't up to the cut-off mark of the course you applied for, check the remark on your result for example if you see ‘recommended’, it means you may be given admission. However, if the remark on your result is ‘not recommended’, it means that you may not be taken into consideration for admission, if you fall into this category and you initially applied for a full-time programme, we advocate you to request a switch to part-time at the department.

Your result must meet the cut-off mark of your course for you to be eligible for the part-time programme. Although this does not guarantee admission as this depends on the disposition/discretion of the department.

If you see 'not qualified' it simply means you did not have the qualifications for the course.

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