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Wednesday, 11 September 2019
OAU Post-UTME, the Release of the Results, What Next? (TAGS: OAU, NAIRALAND, ADMISSION,POSTUME, POSTJAMB, GOOGLE)
OAU Post-UTME, the Release
of the Results, What Next?
While they prepare for the OAU Post-UTME, I always
tell the candidates that the greatest mistake they could make about OAU Post-UTME
is to let the past questions they study lead them to believing OAU Post-UTME is
the simplest exam to write. Yes, that would have been true because OAU Post-UTME
questions are actually very simple and very relatable and practical because
they express the every day life of the candidates, but because of the
simplicity of the questions, candidates always take OAU Post-UTME for a written
joke, and they relate to the exam based on that. But then, the questions may be
the simplest Post-UTME questions around, but the options under the questions
are never what to play it. OAU Post-UTME
is not in the questions, it’s in the options under the questions, only
candidates who understand this get to pass the exam at all. Well, the exam has
been written, the results have been released, the “Not Eligible” for admission
have now been sieved apart from the “Eligible”, but after it all, what next for
the “Eligible”? What’s left for the “Not Eligible”? Read the passages below
carefully to find what suites your situation.
For the Not Eligible
If you have gotten the “Not Eligible for
Admission” comment on your Post-UTME result slip accompanied by the red stamp,
the basis of such comment is that there is nothing anyone could do to help you
gain admission into OAU with that result, absolutely nothing! And that is
because out of the 5 stages of the screening, you have failed at least 1. The 5
scoring at least 200 over 400 in the UTME (this one shouldn’t come up on this
list because you wouldn’t even be able to register for OAU Post-UTME if you hadn’t
score at least 200 in the UTME, but since it’s part of the screening too, then it
has to be listed as well).
scoring at least 5 out of the 10 points when the O/Level results are converted
to points and summed up.
scoring at least 25 over 50 when the O/Level results point is added to the Post-UTME
score (O/Level is over 10 and Post-UTME is over 40, making it over 50).
scoring at least 20 over 40 in the Post-UTME.
scoring the aggregate of at least 50% when all the scores are summed up.
Each of these stages is necessary for you to
pass, as failing any one of them would mean you have failed the entire
screening, you are not eligible for admission into OAU that session, and there
is nothing anyone can do to change that. But then—even though most of the schools
have done their Post-UTME—there are still other schools to consider. If you
want a state school, schools like EKSU, UNIOSUN and some other schools in the
East are yet to do their Post-UTME. But if you wouldn’t mind any of the degree
programmes of Adeyemi College of Education, they are yet to do their Post-UTME,
and their degree programmes are coordinated by OAU, and in fact the degree certificate
is issued by OAU. So if you are not eligible to be considered for admission to OAU,
you should consider the degree programmes of Adeyemi College of Education, you
are still under OAU if you could gain admission there. You could also consider
the pre-Degree programme of OAU, the form is still on sale. You should contact
me for more information on any of these recommendations.
For the Eligible
If you have the “Eligible for Admission” comment
on your Post-UTME result slip, it means you have passed every stage of the Post-UTME.
Be happy and feel like a winner, because it’s sincerely not easy at all. But then,
there is difference between “Eligible for Admission” and “Admitted”. What I mean
by that is, you still have at least two more screenings to pass before you are
admitted, and they include:
beating the cutoff of the course you have chosen or knowing how to get through
the cut off even when you don’t have the score that beats it (I hope you understand
what I mean by that). If you beat the cutoff of the course you’ve chosen (or
used your legs when you don’t have the cutoff), you would be offered admission.
You however need to know in OAU, there is difference between being “offered
admission” and “admitted”. You would only be admitted after fulfilling the
an offered admission gives you the chance to accept or reject the offer, it also
still gives the school one more chance to still screen you out, and that is when
the papers screening comes in. Having the required subjects for the course you
have been offered admission to and the accurate documents needed makes you pass
the last screening, and now you can be admitted to be a student of OAU. Until your
papers screening is done, you are not admitted yet, even when you have been
offered admission. So, even while you are happy that you are eligible for
admission, still read this particular passage careful again, understand every
little hidden information in it and do what you have to do. I wish you all the
best as you try.
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