OAU departmental cut off mark 2020/2021: Are you looking for the official OAU departmental cut off mark for 2020/2021? Then, this article will cover everything you have been searching for.
LATEST NEWS UPDATE: OAU Post UTME results have been released.
The next thing on the mind of aspirants right now is whether the departmental cut off marks have been released, and if not, when it will be released.
First of all, OAU departmental cut off marks for 2020/2021 admission exercise have NOT been released yet. Disregard any information claiming that the cut off marks have been released as those are false and old cut off marks.
Trust me, I am a current student of Obafemi Awolowo University and I am going to give you the update that you need.
The management of The Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has NOT YET released the departmental cut off mark for the 2020/2021 admission exercise, including merit, ELDs, and catchment areas.
So, when will it be released.
In the mean time, I have answered some of the most asked questions by aspirants such as
- How do I calculate my aggregate score?
- If I meet the departmental cut off mark, is my admission sure/guaranteed?
- How are the departmental cut off marks determined?
- When will the departmental cut off marks be released?
So, let’s get started.
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OAU JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
OAU JAMB cut off mark for 2020/2021 is 200.
So, whether you want to study Medicine or History in OAU, you have to score 200.
- UI JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
- FUTA JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
- UNILAG JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
- UNILORIN JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
- UNIBEN JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
- ABU JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020
- UNN JAMB Cut Off Makr 2020/2021
When Will OAU Departmental Cut Off Marks for 2021 Be Released
There is no absolute date yet and there are no hints regarding when the cut off marks will be out for 2020/2021 admission exercise.
However, I expect it to be released a few weeks from now. As soon as it is released, I will update this page with the information.
So, make sure you bookmark this page and keep checking back.
How To Calculate OAU Aggregate Score
By now, you should already know what your aggregate score is as it will be on your admission portal i.e oauife.edu.ng
The system has been programmed to calculate your JAMB, O’level and Post UTME score over 100.
Funny enough, I still see some aspirants who still claim that their aggregate score should be more than what OAU portal is showing, others don’t even know how it is done.
Now, I will quickly show you before I move to the main thing which is the departmental cut off marks for 2019.
Since the introduction of JAMB CAPS, every school is required to make JAMB score weigh at least 50% of the total aggregate score of their candidates.
The Obafemi Awolowo University has employed a 50:40:10 JAMB, Post UTME and O’level system in its aggregate system.
JAMB carries 50%, Post UTME carries 40% and O’level is 10% of the total aggregate score. OAU uses O’level as part of their aggregate unlike UI.
So, a good O’level result will help you get a higher aggregate score in OAU.
See the steps to calculate your OAU aggregate score below:
- Divide your JAMB score (out of 400) by 8
- Post UTME score is over 40 (10 for each subject – 3 main subjects in UTME + Aptitude test instead of Engllish)
- Grade your O’level score over 10
- Add the results in 1, 2 and 3 above.
- That is your aggregate score
OAU O’level Grading System 2021
- A1 – 2.0 points
- B2 – 1.8 points
- B3 – 1.6 points
- C4 – 1.4 points
- C5 – 1.2 points
- C6 – 1.0 points
If you score 280 in JAMB, 26 in Post UTME and 1 A1, 2 B2 and 2 B3 in O’level, your aggregate is calculated as seen below.
- JAMB: 280/8 = 35
- Post UTME: 26
- O’level: 2+1.8+1.8+1.6+1.6 = 8.8
- TOTAL AGGREGARE SCORE = 35 + 26 + 8.8 = 69.8
That is how to calculate OAU Post UTME cut off mark aggregate score.
Now, let’s move to the final part.
If I Meet The Departmental Cut Off Mark In OAU, Is Admission Sure?
So, an aspirant asked me this question and I have decided to post in here for the benefit of others.
- You are yet to upload your O’level result
- You have the wrong JAMB subject combination
In fact, there is no age restriction in OAU for now.
As long as you meet the departmental cut off mark, go and start packing your load.
Here’s how departmental cut off marks work
If OAU wants to admit 140 students for Pharmacy and let’s say 50 will be admitted on merit (others from Pre-degree, catchment and ELDs).
The merit cut off mark for Pharmacy for that year will be the 50th highest aggregate score among Pharmacy aspirants that year.
So, if you meet the merit cut off mark, you are already part of the 50 aspirants that have been selected for admission.
Hope you understand?
The departmental cut off marks for 2020/2021 will be released later this year after the Post UTME examination has been written and the results are released.
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