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OOU JAMB And Departmental Cut Off Marks 2018/2019

OOU Cut Off Mark 2018
OOU, Ago Iwoye Campus

This is a general information for candidates seeking admission into Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun state.

OOU Cut Off Mark 2018

The University is a state-owned institution, as a result, all its affairs are governed by the Ogun state government. However, on the note of admission, OOU JAMB cut of mark 2018 hasn’t been announced yet but they were to go about the previous year, it will be pegged at 180.

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Candidates who chose OOU as their choice of university and scored not less than 180 were eligible for the POST-UTME screening exercise in the previous year, the same is likely to play in the year’s admission.

It is also worthy of note that candidate who didn’t select OOU as the university of their choice were eligible through JAMB change of institution application. Meaning, if you scored not less 180 and you didn’t pick OOU as your preferred institution, you can apply for a change of institution through JAMB after which you will eligible for the POST-UTME screening exercise.

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OOU is currently on session. As at the time of filing this post, the university just resumed for its second semester. By the virtue of their calendar, the sale of POST-UTME form for 2018/2019 will not happen until July or August 2018.

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It will be announced once OOU Post UTME Form 2018 is out for sale. Meanwhile, you could prepare ahead by getting OOU Post UTME Past Questions to prepare for the screening exercise.

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