Those ready to know when the LASU admission list 2023 will be out are welcome here. A solution to your inquiry will be given below.
Right now, I will answer how you can check your admission status on the LASU admission portal for both UTME and direct-entry students. I will tell you today that most University admission lists are always released some months after they publish the post-UTME result. Take good note of that.
Lagos State University is among them when we talk about one of the schools following their academic calendar without delay.
How To Check LASU Admission List Portal 2023
There are two links for aspiring candidates to check their lasu admission status. The first is for those who use UTME as their mode of entry, while the second is for those who use Direct entry (D.E).
For JAMB candidates
- Click the link below or open a new browser tab and type in there.
- Input your jamb registration number and surname appropriately. Make you write it with capital letters.
- Continue by tapping the submit button.
- If your login is successful, you will be taken to your dashboard, where you will be notified if your name is on the LASU admission list.
For Direct Entry (D.E) candidates
- Follow the link below
- Input your jamb reg
- Then finally, click on the download button.
Is LASU Second Batch Admission List Out?
The institution’s management has finally published the names of the eligible candidates for the 2023/2024 session.
In a nutshell, the Lagos State University admission list is out. Another means of verifying your admission is through the JAMB CAPS portal. I have provided a full guide to help you do everything you want.
The most successful candidates will indeed find their names on the LASU merit admission list, also known as the first batch list. If you haven’t seen your name or received a supplementary admission offer via email, check back for any supplementary list for the 2023/24 academic session.
How To Gain Admission Into Lagos State University
By now, you should be familiar with competition when talking about admission. Lagos State University is one of Nigeria’s most competitive tertiary institutions based on the number of applicants who choose them.
I want you to know that you can be admitted there no matter how competitive it might be. Here is a simple trick to follow if you need admission there.
1. High JAMB Score: As aforementioned, Lagos State University is one of the most competitive schools in Nigeria. This doesn’t mean you won’t gain admission there. There are many criteria they put into consideration before they finally admit students.
One of them is your utme or JAMB score. All Universities in Nigeria have their cut-off mark. This is used to qualify students. Now that you know this, don’t forget that many students are willing to study at that particular University; trust me, some might score the same as you had or above yours.
Your aim should be focused on how you can score at least 30% above the cut-off. Take, for instance, the LASU cut-off mark for biochemistry is 200. You should not relent and strive hard to score at least 250.
You already have a great chance of getting admitted into the institution. However, a high jamb score does not guarantee your admission. It only gives you a great possibility of being admitted.
Let’s consider other criteria that will get you into Lagos State University.
2. High Post UTME or screening point: as the name implies, “post-UTME,” i.e., a test conducted after the unified tertiary and matriculation examination. The institution sets this exam to know if you fit the department you put in for. Let me use an analogy.
Assuming you want to study accounting at LASU, the requested UTME score is 250. If you successfully obtained that, you sat for the LASU Post UTME screening exercise and scored an aggregate of 79%. Unfailingly, your admission is rigid.
All I am trying to say, in essence, is that you put more effort into scoring high in both post-UTME and the main UTME.
3. Finally, put everything into the hands of God. Trust me; God has a good plan for you for getting admission into University. If God says the school you choose is not yours, no matter your score or anything you do, he will indeed be done.
After putting all I said today into practice, your chance of being admitted is over 75%.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Hello, I picked Lagos State University as my first choice, and I participated in the screening conducted. When I was about to check my admission status I was notified I didn’t pick Lasu as my first choice.
Answer: I don’t know the primary solution to this now. However, going to the school ICT centre for help is all I could render. The cause of this is choosing the school lately. If you apply for a change of course lately, the institution may not be notified about it. Take good note of that.
Question: I checked my son’s admission status, and no admission given yet is what I got in response. Although he had 64%, is there any hope of being admitted after the third batch?
Answer: after the 3rd list, no other list will be released. Find other schools whose post-UTME forms are out and apply. Better still, go for their part-time or pre-degree program.
If you have been offered provisional admission by the university, ensure you pay the LASU acceptance fee to secure your admission. This fee can be paid on the LASU portal and is 30,000 naira only.
I hope I have given you the best update on the LASU admission 2023. In case anything is bothering to feel free to drop it at the comment section. Share this article with other aspirants.
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