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|Obafemi Awolowo University OAU Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Course by Nickdash001: 10:15am On Jul 06, 2021
OAU Departmental Cutoff Marks for 2021/2022: This is to announce to the general public that the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has release her 2021/2022 departmental cutoff marks to the general public.
This notice was made by the management of OAU via the university’s official website (www.oauiife.edu.ng) on the 19th April, 2021. In light of this notice, I strongly advise every aspirant who applied for admission in Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) to quickly go through the cutoff marks below.
OAU Departmental Cutoff Marks for law, medicine, accounting, economics, engineering, pharmacy, arts, sciences and other courses 2020/2021 OAU Departmental Cutoff Marks for law, medicine, accounting, economics, engineering, pharmacy, arts, sciences and other courses. If you are one of those who do not know that OAU cutoff mark is all about; note that it is the score, stipulated by the management of OAU for offering admission into the different departments and faculties in the university.
Thus, if your score is not up to the stipulated cutoff for your desired course, it is most likely that you will not be offered admission into that faculty this year.
IS OAU CUTOFF MARK FOR 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION OUT?
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|Re: Obafemi Awolowo University OAU Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Course by PECng: 6:06pm On Nov 22, 2021
Something the 2021/2022 OAU Aspirants Must Know About their Admission Selection Process
OAU’s NUC quota as at the 2017/2018 admission session was 11,000 to be matriculated for an admission session. I know this because OAU admitted about 15,000 the said session and NUC had to put a check on that (that was the year NUC was hot and dis-accrediting departments and schools anyhow). This said session, OAU had to scatter the about 15,000 names they had cleared for admission to remove thousands of them so they could fit into their NUC quota. I do not know what the NUC quota for OAU is at this time, but let’s assume it’s still 11,000. This would mean the 60:40 ratio OAU is using to admit from the two admission sessions merged together would mean 60% of the NUC quota from one session and 40% from the other. OAU had admitted the 60% (6,600 of 11,000) from the 2020/2021 applicants who wrote the Post-UTME earlier in 2021, and the remaining 40% (4,400 of 11,000) would be admitted from the 2021/2022 applicants who wrote the Post-UTME later in 2021, and the two admission sessions would resume together in January 2022 for the 2021/2022 academic session. READ MORE HERE>>>>>https://www.pecngr.com/2021/11/something-20212022-oau-aspirants-must.html
|Re: Obafemi Awolowo University OAU Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Course by PECng: 2:39pm On May 16, 2022
The Next Things for OAU Aspirants Now that they have Passed their UTME
Yearly, I always advise OAU aspirants to never have a reason to wait till OAU says something about post-UTME before they start making moves about their admission processes; there are thousands (if not millions) of UTME applicants who chose OAU as their choice of school, but the 200/400 total UTME score required by OAU for an aspirant to qualify for their post-UTME cuts the competition down by lots of thousands to fewer thousands who will also have to compete in the post-UTME before the school’s departments would give out their cutoff marks to cut more thousands of applicants off to the level of having just a few hundreds or less per department. This would mean that from the level of picking up a UTME form and choosing OAU, to the level of admission, being an OAU aspirant would mean that you are competing with thousands of people who want the same thing you want, and there are a lot of things you must do differently and better to be what determines whether you win in the competition or you lose in it. CONTINUE READING HERE https://www.pecngr.com/2022/05/the-next-things-for-oau-aspirants-now.html
|Re: Obafemi Awolowo University OAU Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Course by PECng: 12:49pm On May 15, 2023
When is OAU Post-UTME?
One of the most asked questions amongst OAU UTME and DE aspirants at this time is the question of when OAU is going to be conducting their Post-UTME screening. This is because the competition is obviously high as usual, and lagging behind could make anyone miss their chances of getting admitted. People who are not used to OAU and people who don’t have anyone around OAU to give them the vital information needed may be found lagging behind in one way or the other; people like this could be learning about the Post-UTME just when it’s one week to the exam or even when they have already written the exam. People like this may not know there is a Post-UTME study pack they are supposed to buy and use to prepare for the exam, if they know about this pack they may not know where to get one. Some people would write the exam, go home and not hear anything again until all admission processes are over; they would come to school much later only to see “ADMISSION IS OVER” on every door. All these can be caused by lack of information, late information or misinformation. This is why as early as after UTME results are out, every serious OAU aspirants and their parents would already be on the lookout for every information and connection they may need. CONTINUE READING HERE>>>> https://www.pecngr.com/2023/05/when-is-oau-post-utme.html
|Re: Obafemi Awolowo University OAU Jamb And Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Course by PECng: 12:09pm On Oct 10, 2023
OAU’s Departmental Cut-offs for 2022/2023 UTME Admissions
It should be understood now that the cut-offs being released now are largely what determines whether an applicant gets admitted or not. These cut-offs are relatively high this year because OAU aims to admit only 40% of its admission quota from these applicants as they have admitted 60% of the admission quota from last year’s applicants. Don’t get the last statement wrong, as it doesn’t mean OAU is admitting 40% of the 2022/2023 applicants, it only means OAU has an admission quota every admission year, and since the 2021/2022 applicants and the 2022/2023 applicants are going to be merged to fit into one academic session to resume together soon, it means that the admission quota has to be shared around the 2021/2022 applicants and the 2022/2023 applicants. Let’s say OAU’s admission quota is 20,000 slots for the academic session resuming later this year, it would mean that 12,000 applicants have been admitted from the 2021/2022 applicants and only 8,000 will be admitted from the 2022/2023 applicants—this explains why the departmental cut-offs are relatively high; only a tiny portion of the 2022/2023 applicants can be admitted. Don’t forget this assumed 8,000 would be shared around UTME applicants, pre-degree applicants, JUPEB and other DE applicants. Tough, right? I believe the technicalities surrounding this session are understood now. If so, below are the departmental cut-offs for the 2022/2023 admission session as released by the authorities. Please note that for the highly competitive departments like Medicine and Surgery, Nursing, Dentistry, Medical Rehabilitation, Pharmacy, Law, Accounting, and Economics, you may beat the cut-off and still not get admitted—you need to use your longest legs to get these departments (if you know what I mean). FIND THE DEPARTMENTAL CUT-OFFS HERE>>>> https://www.pecngr.com/2023/10/oaus-departmental-cut-off-for-20222023.html
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