Unilag(University of Lagos) has once again postponed it's Post-UTME screening for 2020/2021 candidates which was slated from 30th November to 12th December till further notice.
This was earlier stated in their website this morning "2020/2021 Post-UTME screening has been postponed".
It stated earlier that the postponing of the 2020/2021 Post-UTME screening was moved indefinitely due to the on-going NECO Exams being written by most secondary school students, who has been chosen for the screening which was to take place in order that they may not miss their NECO exams.
This was done because the Joint matriculation board( JAMB) stated that all Universities should open or start their Post-UTME screening immediately after the 2020 Neco exams are done. This was done because the some of the 2020 NECO Exams to be taken was postponed due to the #ENDSARS protest which took place around the country and hindered minority of the secondary students from taking the 2020 NECO Exams.
They also stated that “New dates will be communicated as soon as possible. Any inconvenience occasioned by this postponement is highly regretted.”
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