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UNILAG Online Post UTME Exams Highly Successful -VC

UNILAG Online Post UTME Exams Highly Successful -VC.

UNILAG Online Post UTME Exams Highly Successful -VC
University of Lagos

UNILAG Online Post UTME Exams Highly Successful -VC

The Management of the University Of Lagos (UNILAG) On Monday, February 22, 2021 interacted with members of the Press on the Online Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (P-UTME) at the UNILAG Consult Building, which serves as the operating/monitoring station of the online examination.

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According to the the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, FAS,  over 22,000 candidates applied for the P-UTME; and as of Saturday, 20th February, 15,000 of them had sat for the cloud-based testing system.

The Vice-Chancellor informed the Pressmen that on the first day, a total of 1500 candidates wrote the exams.

34 of these registered various complaints, all of which were addressed, with some having their exams rescheduled.

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No candidate was logged out of the exam.

People who flout the rules, however, are warned and flagged; but not prevented from completing using up the time allocated to them.

A total of 40 Questions of English, Maths and General Paper were served the candidates, to be completed in 30 Minutes.

Professor Oluwatoyin described the process as a largely successful one, with unsubstantiated complaints coming from a very small minority ( 2.5%) of candidates.

He advised that parents should impart values and character into their wards, instilling in them the self-confidence that they can succeed, through self-reliance and hard work.

A total of 225 candidates have been rescheduled to retake the examination today, Tuesday, February 23, 2021, including those who did not show up at all.

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