Connect with us

JAMB Updates & School News

2023 OAU Post UTME Form: See Details Here






Candidates who made Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-ife their first choice in the 2023 UTME and scored 200 and above, and those who applied for Direct Entry (DE) are hereby informed that Registration for the 2023 Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (PUTME) Screening exercise will commence on Monday, 14 August and end on Monday, 11th September, 2023.

Candidates are required to go through the following processes:

Step 1: Visit
Step 2: Log on to the site with your Registration Number as Username and yours
Step 3: Fill the blodata form and click continue.
Step 4: Obtain an RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) from this site only, and use it to make
payment online or at any commercial bank.
Step 5: Once payment is accepted, the system logs out and you can now login again.

The screening exercise will be conducted online.

Applicants that provide false information, or upload incorrect credentials will automatically be


OAU Post UTME Past Question [Free PDF Download

OAU Pre degreee Past Questions

List of Courses in OAU OAU

All Materials For OAU Freshers

Candidates are required to check their screening schedule on the OAU admissions Portal from
Tuesday 12th September to Saturday 23 September, 2023.

Candidates will also be required to participate in the Post-UTME screening on their alotted dates
and time from 25th september to 28th September, 2023.

Applicants should note that the PUTME-Screening fee is two thousand naira (N2,000.00) only,
(Excluding Portal Access Charges).
All enquiries should be forwarded to


K.A. Bakare
Registrar and Secretary to Council


JAMB Updates & School News

OAU Cut-Off Mark For All Departments & How To Calculate Your Aggregate



Understanding OAU Aggregate Cut-off Marks, UTME Cut-off, and Calculating Your Score


In your quest to secure admission into Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), understanding the concept of aggregate cut-off marks is crucial. In this post, we will delve into what cut-off marks mean, the UTME cut-off for OAU, how to calculate your aggregate score after the Post UTME, and provide a link to our detailed guide on OAU Post UTME registrations.

What is a Cut-off Mark? A cut-off mark is the minimum score a candidate must obtain in an examination to be considered for admission into a university or any other educational institution. In the case of OAU, it’s the minimum score required for each department to accept applicants into their programs.

UTME Cut-off Mark for OAU: Before we proceed, it’s important to note that the UTME cut-off mark for OAU is 200. This means that to be eligible to participate in the Post UTME screening, you must have scored a minimum of 200 in the UTME (JAMB) examination.

How to Calculate Your Aggregate Score after Post UTME:

In calculating your OAU aggregate, it is important to note that both UTME, OAU post UTME and O’level result must be considered together. O’level take just 10%, JAMB UTME takes 50% and Post UTME takes 40%. In total, everything is 100%. Now lets see how you can calculate your aggregate.

Step 1: Simply divide your Jamb score by 8
Step 2: Next, add it to your post UTME score.
Step 3: Now calculate your O’level result using thegrading system below:
A1-2.0 points
B2-1.8 points
B3-1.6 points
C4-1.4 points
C5-1.2 points
C6-1.0 points

Note: This should be used to calculate the 5 subjects that are related to your desired course of study.
Step 4: Add the results in step 1, 2 and 3 above and thatis your aggregate score.

Example:below is the calculation for a student who scored 280 in JAMB, 26 in OAU post UTME and had A,B2, B2, B3 and B3 in his O’level result.
Jamb score 280/8 = 35
Post UTME = 26
O’level = 2+1.8+1.8+1.6+1.6 = 8.8
His aggregate score is = 35+26+8.8 = 69.8

Check the OAU Departmental Cut-off Mark: Every department at OAU has its specific cut-off mark, which is usually released by the university.

Link to OAU Post UTME Registration Guide: For detailed instructions on how to register for OAU’s Post UTME, click here. This guide will walk you through the registration process, including important dates, requirements, and tips to ensure a successful application.

agraph –>

Link to OAU Post UTME Past Questions: If you’re looking to excel in your OAU Post UTME, don’t miss the opportunity to practice with our comprehensive Post UTME Past Questions. Access them here.

Understanding OAU Aggregate Cut-off Marks Faculty by Faculty: One of the most critical aspects of your OAU admission journey is knowing the specific cut-off marks for each department. You can find the detailed cut-off marks for each faculty right here in this post. Here’s a faculty-wise breakdown:

  • Faculty of Arts:

  • Faculty of Law:

  • Faculty of Science:

  • Faculty of Technology:

  • Faculty of Environmental Design and Management:

  • College of Health Sciences:

  • Faculty of Education:

  • Faculty of Social Sciences:

  • Faculty of Administration

Interesting Facts About OAU:

Before we conclude, let’s take a moment to appreciate some fascinating facts about Obafemi Awolowo University:

  1. Historical Significance: OAU, formerly known as the University of Ife, was founded in 1961 and was later renamed in honor of Chief Obafemi Awolowo, a renowned Nigerian statesman and the first premier of the Western Region.
  2. Lush Green Campus: The university boasts a sprawling and picturesque campus, often referred to as one of the most beautiful in Nigeria, with lush greenery and architectural marvels.
  3. Academic Excellence: OAU consistently ranks among the top universities in Nigeria and Africa. It has produced numerous notable alumni who have excelled in various fields.

  4. Rich Cultural Heritage: The university is known for its rich cultural and artistic heritage, including the famous OAU Amphitheater, which hosts cultural events and performances.
  5. Research and Innovation: OAU is at the forefront of cutting-edge research and innovation in Nigeria, contributing significantly to advancements in science, technology, and the arts.


Understanding the concept of aggregate cut-off marks, knowing the specific cut-off marks for each faculty, and meeting the UTME cut-off of 200 is crucial for prospective OAU students. You can view the detailed cut-off marks for each faculty by following the provided links in this post. Additionally, don’t forget to check out our guide on OAU Post UTME registrations for a comprehensive step-by-step process.

To excel in your preparations, make sure to access our OAU Post UTME Past Questions for valuable practice materials. As you embark on your academic journey, keep in mind the rich history and cultural heritage of OAU, a prestigious institution that continues to shape the future of Nigeria and the continent.

We wish you the best of luck as you pursue your dreams at Obafemi Awolowo University! If you have any questions or need further assistance, please feel free to reach out.

Continue Reading


UNIOSUN Post-UTME/DE 2023 Form Out: Check Cut-Off Mark and Other Details



Notice is hereby given that the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) screening exercise will hold for candidates who chose Osun State University as their first choice or those willing to change their institution and make UNIOSUN their first choice, *who have a minimum score of 160 marks* . However, candidates who scored *less than 200 marks would not be considered for admission into any of the underlisted programmes: Nursing, Medicine, Law, Common and Islamic Law.* Meanwhile candidates who chose any of the above-mentioned courses but scored less than the prescribed marks can change to any other relevant programme of their choice.

In line with the extant national policy, *any candidate who will be less than Sixteen (16) years of age as at 31st December, 2023 needs not apply.*

UNIOSUN Post-UTME/DE 2023: cut-off mark, eligibility and registration details


Candidates are to register on-line by accessing the University website: or to complete and submit an application. They are expected to print two (2) copies of the application form after submission.


Direct Entry candidates should complete the form online by accessing the University website: or and submit an application and ensure that they read the admission requirements of the university before applying to any of its programme. They are also expected to forward their Academic Transcripts to the Registrar of Osun State University not later than Friday 6th October, 2023. ALL Direct Entry candidates including those on UNIOSUN (IJMB, JUPEB) Programme, who wish to be considered for admission into Osun State University for the 2023/2024 academic session, who must have obtained Direct Entry form from JAMB are also eligible to apply for the screening exercise.


UNIOSUN will admit only candidates who made at least five (5) Credit Passes in SSCE/NECO/NABTEB in the relevant subjects at not more than two sittings except for Medicine, Nursing and Law, where candidates are expected to have at least five (5) credit passes in SSCE/NECO in the relevant subjects at one sitting. The University also accepts a minimum of Lower credit for Direct Entry candidates.

Candidates should meticulously and truthfully provide their details on the University Portal. UNIOSUN has ZERO tolerance for corruption in whatever form. *Therefore, candidates who upload falsified entry qualification results or date of birth, or JAMB Score will be automatically disqualified, and any fees paid will not be refunded.* Candidates awaiting results should supply it within one week of release. Any candidate who fails to participate in the screening exercise will not be considered for admission.


The 2023/2024 Admission Exercise will be based on Central Admission Processing System (CAPS), a system designed by Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) to automate the admissions process to tertiary institutions. All candidates are advised to upload their O’ Level results to the JAMB CAPS portal as a pre-condition for admission.


Visit the UNIOSUN Post UTME Portal via This will take you to the online Application Platform. Ensure you read all registration guidelines and instructions carefully before proceeding to register. We implore candidates to note that in the unlikely event of difficulty in accessing the admission portal, please wait for 30 minutes and try again or at any other convenient time. The application process will be from Monday 7th August at 24.00 midnight to Tuesday 10th October 2023 at 12.00 noon. The University may make a special arrangement to accommodate candidates who are expecting NECO SSCE results. Payments of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only for the Post UTME Screening is through the REMITA Web PAY Platform using your ATM Cards (Master Card, Verve Card and REMITA enabled Cards.)

CLOSING DATE: Submission of forms closes at 12.00 Noon on TUESDAY 10th October, 2023.

For further information, please contact the Admissions Office, Osun State University, Osogbo on Tel: 0805-442-573, 0810-797-6419


G. A. A. Shittu


Continue Reading

JAMB Updates & School News

UNN Post-UTME/DE 2023: cut-off mark, eligibility and registration details



UNN Post-UTME/DE 2023: cut-off mark, eligibility and registration details

The University of Nigeria hereby invites candidates who made UNN their first-choice institution in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and scored 160 and above for screening exercise.

Online Registration

A. Eligible candidates are required to pay a processing fee of N2,000.00 (Two thousand Naira only) through Remita Platform at any Commercial bank.

B. The online registration commences on Wednesday, August 02, 2023 and ends on midnight, Friday, September 15, 2023.

C. Process Flow for Post-UTME Registration

i. Log on to the University Website:

ii. Click on UNN portal (Top right corner of the Website)

iii. Click Prospective Students

iv. Select Online Application Form for 2023/2024 Admission Screening Exercise

v. Enter JAMB Registration Number

vi. Generate Invoice

vii. Proceed to the bank for Payment or pay using your ATM Card

viii. Return to Portal

ix. Re-enter JAMB Registration Number

x. Complete Date of Birth and all other blank fields

xi. Enter verified O/Level Subjects and Grades (also provide your Centre and Examination Number. Note: Awaiting Results candidates should list their SSCE subjects)

xii. Re-enter your grades correctly

xiii. Upload Certificates (Ensure that their sizes are not above 100KB)

 Birth Certificate

 Local Government Identification

 Testimonial

 First School Leaving Certificate

 JAMB Result Slip

 O/Level 1

 O/Level 2 (For double sitting candidates)

xiv. Click the NEXT button

xv. Review Summary Page and check that all details entered are correct

xvi. Check the CONFIRMATION BOX below

xvii. Click SUBMIT

xviii. Print Acknowledgement Slip.



The Post UTME screening test starts from Tuesday, October 03 to Friday October, 13 2023.  Candidates are to get the UNN Post-UTME past questions and Answers. This will help them prepare adequately for the screening. CLICK HERE to get yours.

Candidates are encouraged to visit the University website regularly for updates on the Screening exercise.


Dr. Mrs. C. N. Nnebedum, FIIA, FCAI, MAIEA, MAUA (UK)


Continue Reading

JAMB Updates & School News

Webometrics Ranking 2023: Landmark, Redeemers on List of Top 10 Private Universities in Nigeria



The ranking and standard of tertiary institutions are a few things parents and prospective students consider before applying to any institution of their choice.

The considerations cut across all categories of tertiary institutions, be they federal, state or private universities.

In its latest ranking, Webometric ranked Covenant University, Ota, as the best private university in Nigeria.

Below are the top 10 private universities on the list.

Covenant University, Ota, Ogun state

Covenant University is a private Pentecostal Christian university in Ota, Ogun state.

The university was established in 2002 by the Living Faith Church World Wide and is based on Christian missionary ethos.

Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State

This is another university owned by the Living Faith Church World Wide.

Landmark University commenced full operation on March 21, 2011, after the National Universities Commission (NUC) granted the owner license to run undergraduate programs in the colleges of agricultural sciences, sciences and engineering, business and social sciences.

According to the school website, Landmark is committed to raising leaders who shall be equipped with the skills and character to lead the world in meeting the needs of humanity-FOOD.

Redeemer’s University, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Occupying the third position is Redeemer’s University, situated between Ibafo and Asese Junction at Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State on the Lagos/Ibadan Expressway.

Like Covenant and Landmark universities, Redeemer’s University is a private Pentecostal Christian higher learning institution.

The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) owns the university.

African University of Science and Technology (AUST), Abuja

The African University of Science and Technology (AUST) is a Pan-African institution established in 2007.

AUST was established to create vital Pan-African centres of excellence to improve sub-Saharan Africa’s capacity in Science and Technology.

The university currently only offers Graduate level programs with a combination of coursework and cutting-edge research.

American University of Nigeria, Yola

The American University of Nigeria was founded in 2003 by former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and other local and international statesmen and academic leaders.

The institution was conceived as a university focusing on development issues while providing an education modelled after the best US practices in content and pedagogy.

Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu state

Godfrey Okoye University was established in 2009 as a Catholic university by the Catholic Diocese of Enugu. The university received its first set of students on Monday, 7 December 2009, after being approved by the executive secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC) on October 27, 2009.

Skyline University, Kano

Skyline University Nigeria is located in Kano state, northern Nigeria’s largest and most industrialised state.

The university is the first private tertiary institution in Kano and is currently housed in a 15-story tall building.

Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun state

Joseph Ayo Babalola University was established in 2004 in obedience to divine instructions by the Christ Apostolic Church.

The University opened to students for the 2006/2007 academic session on 25th October 2006 after the Federal Executive Council approved it on 8th February 2006.

Babcock University

Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, was approved on April 20, 1999, by the Federal Government as one of the first three private universities in Nigeria.

The Seventh-day Adventist Church owns the university. It started as a senior college for training church workers from the West African sub-region and opened its doors with only seven ministerial students.

Gregory University Uturu, Abia state

Gregory University Uturu is a private Catholic university based in Uturu, Abia State.

The university was established in 2012 and named after Pope Gregory I, and the founder, Professor Gregory Ibe, is chancellor of the university.

Webometrics Ranking 2023: List of Top 10 State Universities in Nigeria

In a related story, reported that according to the latest Webometrics ranking, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) is the best-owned state university in Nigeria.

In the latest ranking released in January 2023, Adekunle Ajasin University and Olabisi Onabanjo University made the top three.

List of Top 10 universities in Nigeria according to Webometrics ranking 2023 also reported that the University of Ibadan (UI) has emerged as the best varsity in Nigeria, according to the latest Webometrics ranking released in January 2023.

Occupying the second spot is Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, while Covenant University, a private varsity, was ranked the third best.


Continue Reading

[mailpoet_form id="1"]



Scroll Up
%d bloggers like this: