OAU Admission Screening Score For 2016 - Share Yours

We learnt that Obafemi and Awolowo aspirants that have completed their online registration were shown their scores the moment they completed the registration.

According to a candidate, he saw 56 as his score after completing his registration.

The question is how was the score arrived at since all what was required of a candidate was just to upload his documents (O-level and JAMB documents)?

If you have completed your registration, please share your score and tell us how you think the system arrived at the score.

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Comments (585)

Success to all OAU Aspirants!!!
Horlartoongee
4 years ago
whish all aspirant success
egodson 20
4 years ago
dis 1 wey dem no appear hw e cum be nah
Hollamicruz
4 years ago
56.6 rep pol sci
egodson 20
4 years ago
bt will schools be allowed/oportuned to admitted students I nid answer
  • boltman1: Try to read dis ull understand better.







    JAMB clarifies 2016 admission strategy



    ON July 17, 20162:59 PM/IN News / Comments



    Lagos - The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says the recent lists forwarded to various tertiary institutions was for candidates that qualified for screening based on institutions’ capacity.

    The board’s Registrar, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, made the clarification on Sunday Lagos in a statement .

    According to the statement, if, however, the number of candidates on such lists was not sufficient for existing vacancies, the institutions could source from the omnibus printout earlier sent to them by the board.

    ``The public and all tertiary institutions should note that admission will only be approved by the board after appropriate screening of the candidates by the institutions.

    ``The list which is made up of candidates who met the national cut-off point within the set criteria is then forwarded to the institutions,’’ it said.

    The statement noted that the intention of the board was to ensure that available spaces were adequately utilised.
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • samlekside: In Addition...It Is 'Opportune' Not 'Opportuned'....And 'Admit' Not 'Admitted'.....Hope You Aren't Offended? Thanks.
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
mayor424
4 years ago
just finished mine but i'm awaiting ma result
mayor424
4 years ago
they are simply using the point system to screen students
Joymheks
4 years ago
Got 52.8%.geology
huslenz
4 years ago
Pls guyz, do those that jamb didn't post their names on jamb website for consideration of admission, also take part in the Screening exercise
  • odikayor: of course they can take part in the screening exercise.
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • Uche clems: What iz d possibilty that dey can take part in d screenin test sire,when they re nt posted to dat sch of their choice
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • huslenz: Exactly @uche
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • Uche clems: They re jst movin us here and there

    Buh there iz hope for admission dz year@huslenz
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • boltman1: Try to read dis ull understand better.







    JAMB clarifies 2016 admission strategy



    ON July 17, 20162:59 PM/IN News / Comments



    Lagos - The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says the recent lists forwarded to various tertiary institutions was for candidates that qualified for screening based on institutions’ capacity.

    The board’s Registrar, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, made the clarification on Sunday Lagos in a statement .

    According to the statement, if, however, the number of candidates on such lists was not sufficient for existing vacancies, the institutions could source from the omnibus printout earlier sent to them by the board.

    ``The public and all tertiary institutions should note that admission will only be approved by the board after appropriate screening of the candidates by the institutions.

    ``The list which is made up of candidates who met the national cut-off point within the set criteria is then forwarded to the institutions,’’ it said.

    The statement noted that the intention of the board was to ensure that available spaces were adequately utilised.
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • Uche clems: Cool what abt those that got d bench mark and yet dey nt been posted yet to any institution

    iz there any possibility that they would go for screenin when they hv nt been posted yet???
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
Leo_Osagie
4 years ago
My sis 69%
bucheed
4 years ago
pls hw was the screening exercise?
petersarutobi
4 years ago
how was the screening exercise? please
SamsonJose
4 years ago
Who knows how d point of o"level n jamb z been calculated
  • ifex18: 1. Both the UTME score and your O'level results' grades are computed to assess you.

    2. For the screening, UTME result weighs 70% of your total score and the remaining 30% from your O'level results.

    3. Your best 8 subjects are computed; With A1 = 8, B2 = 7, B3 = 6, C4 = 5, C5 = 4, C6 = 3, and so on.

    4. Maximum points from your best 8 O'level subjects is 64 ( A1 = 8 X 8 subjects).

    5. Your O'level points is then converted to 30% (Assuming y is your O'level points, then, it will now be calculated thus: y/64 X 30).

    6. For your UTME points, it will be calculated thus: Your UTME score/400 X 70.

    7. Your final merged score, which will be used for admission now = UTME points (maximum of 70) + O' level points (maximum of 30) = 100.

    8. You will be allowed to select two courses during the screening registration.

    9. OAU charged a huge total of N6,850 for the screening.

    10. For UTME candidates, Screening ends 20th July (less than 4 days from today) and for Direct Entry candidates, Screening ends 30th July.
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • SamsonJose: Tnks ifex..You gt mouth
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • ifex18: Anytym lad
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • sumerslade: mine is 75.83. do u think I ll make pharmacy
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • ifex18: sure I think yhu will
    Like 0    Dislike 0   4 years ago
  • abesu: thanks.my own is 57.13% law/philosophy osun,any hope.
    Like 0    Dislike 0   3 years ago
timiefrosh
4 years ago
you guys shuld be xpecting dept cut off mark next
opsy frosh
4 years ago
Pls . I. Score 55.5 and d course is yoruba. Edu will I b given admission

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