By virtue of the Nigerian educational standard or procedures, for anyone to gain admission into any university, such student must have either written the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations or other educational examination programs such as JUPEB, Diploma, PRE-DEGREE etc.
OOU Cut off mark for JAMB
Many of the times, the cut off mark for admission into any institution by jamb varies yearly according to the average score gotten by most of the students who sat for the JAMB examinations.
It could be 180, 160 or 170.
The scores above are just pegs for which a student could or should be admitted into any institution subject to the discretion of the institution.
As at 2023, the OOU cut off mark for any student to be able to proceed to the post utme stage is the average of 180, anything short of 180, such student cannot be considered for admission into the institution.
Now, it should be known that having 180 in JAMB does not automatically guarantees one to gain admission into the Olabisi Onabanjo University.
Another determining factor is the score a student has in the post UTME exams. Ultimatele, what earns an applicant admission into Olabisi University is the cummulation of his or her JAMB score plus Post UTME score.
What is OOU cut off mark for law?
Gaining admission into the faculty of law in the Olabisi Onabanjo University goes beyond having a jamb score of 180.
It has been gathered that the OOU cut off mark for law is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 250 with a post utme score of over 60%.
However, because OOU admission into faculty of law gets competitive annually, it is advisable to strive for a significant score, above what is provided here.
What is OOU cut off mark for Medicine?
For medicine, which is highly competitive as law and its yearly intakes are not up to 200 students, the cut off mark is a Jamb score of over 260, with a post utme score of over 75%.
What is OOU cut off mark for Nursing?
The cut off mark for Nursing is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 250 with a post utme score of over 60%. Nursing is a new course in OOU and it is highly competitive, so more scores is required to guarantee an admission into the course.
What is OOU cut off mark for Civil Engineering?
The cut off mark for Civil Engineering is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 250 with a post utme score of over 60% upward.
What is OOU cut off mark for Art courses?
The faculty of arts has quite a number of departments which includes Performing Arts, English, Philosophy, History and Diplomatic Studies, Islamic studies, Christian Religious studies etc.
For the various course above, one would ordinarily think they are not competitive but reverse is the case.
Those who have gained admission into those the departments are students with a jamb score of 185 – 200 + and above with a post utme score of over 45%.
What is OOU cut off mark for Political Sciences
The cut off mark for Political Sciences is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 200 with a post utme score of over 45% upward.
What is OOU cut off mark for Mass Communication
The cut off mark for Mass Communication is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 200 with a post utme score of over 50% upward.
What is OOU cut off mark for Economics
The cut off mark for Economics is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 190 with a post utme score of over 45% upward.
What is OOU cut off mark for History and Diplomatic Studies
The cut off mark for History and Diplomatic Studies is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 200 with a post utme score of over 40% upward.
What is OOU cut off mark for Geography and Regional planning
The cut off mark for Geography and Regional planning is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 190 with a post utme score of over 40% upward.
What is OOU cut off mark for Computer Sciences
The cut off mark for Computer Sciences is averagely pegged at: JAMB score of over 200 with a post utme score of over 40% upward.
Having a mere 180 score is only a pass to write the post utme in Olabisi Onabanjo University, It does not guarantee automatic admission.
Students have been advised to have a jamb score of over 200 to be ready to make the OOU merit admission list.
Processes/Procedures after admission.
Many students who have finally being offered admission are many of the times at a crossroad at what to do, wasting time and thereby losing their admission.
In Oou, once admission has being offered to a student, the very next thing is verification.
It should be noted that just immediately before the verification, the student who has been offered admission is expected to pay an acceptance of 60,000 naira.
It is now a custom or practice for the deadline of payment of such acceptance fee to be 1 week.
Suffices to state that, where a student fails to pay the acceptance fee of 60, 000 naira within the 1 week of payment, such admission would be forfeited.
The verification process is where the credentials such as the Student O level result, birth certificate, jamb score, post utme score, receipt of payment of tax clearance would be checked.
Another major payment that a student make is the payment of tax clearance, which is a total of 10,000 naira.
Once all of the above credentials are checked at the administrative centre, the student proceeds to do the second verification which is the stamping of legality of the credentials at the student respective department.
Once the student is verified, the student is enabled to pay the required school fees.
The school fees vary according to the department.
The school fees for the law student over the years has remained 143,000 naira.
For medicine, the student pays a total of 180,000 naira
For the student of political science, the fee has remained 98,000 naira
The fee for student of the performing art student has remained 89,000 naira.
The above are just a few of the various fees paid by students in different department.
During the whole processes and the verification, one major thing that is done is by the student is the medicals where he has to pay the fee of 10,000 naira and 1000 naira during the student welfare verification.
It should be noted that, during the second verification processes, the student can begin to receive lectures.
NOTE: This post will be regularly updated.