OAU Post UTME Update: How To Calculate OAU Screening Aggregate Score For Admission

Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, OAU Post UTME Update: See How To Calculate OAU Screening Aggregate Score For Admission (UTME And Direct Entry Admission Score)

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Are you an aspirant of Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife? And you are wondering how the aggregate score is been calculated? Well it very simple. The aim of this post is just to save the stress of replying to so many people that chose the university. See how to calculate it below

How To Calculate AOU Aggregate Score For Admission

There has been much controversy before now, as to how the O’level results will come into play in the screening of candidates for 2016 admission into Obafemi Awolowo University. As reported by OAU Peeps News Agency, the school portal was activated on Friday, signalling the commencement of the admission screening exercise. Following this development, here is what we now know.

For UTME Candidates
1. Both the UTME score and your O’level results’ grades are computed to assess you.
2. For the screening, UTME result weighs 70% of your total score and the remaining 30% from your O’level results.
3. Your best 8 subjects are computed; With A1 = 8, B2 = 7, B3 = 6, C4 = 5, C5 = 4, C6 = 3, and so on.
4. Maximum points from your best 8 O’level subjects is 64 ( A1 = 8 X 8 subjects).
5. Your O’level points is then converted to 30% (Assuming y is your O’level points, then, it will now be calculated thus: y/64 X 30).
6. For your UTME points, it will be calculated thus: Your UTME score/400 X 70.
7. Your final merged score, which will be used for admission now = UTME points (maximum of 70) + O’ level points (maximum of 30) = 100.
8. You will be allowed to select two courses during the screening registration.
9. OAU charged a huge total of N6,850 for the screening.
10. For UTME candidates, Screening ends 20th July (today).

For Direct Entry(DE) Candidates
1. Only your O’level results’ grades will be computed to assess you. (According to the data available to us, there is no preference of Distinction candidates to Upper Credit candidates.)
2. For the screening, UTME result weighs 0% while your O’level results weigh 100%
3. Your best 8 subjects are computed; With A1 = 8, B2 = 7, B3 = 6, C4 = 5, C5 = 4, C6 = 3, and so on.
4. Maximum points from your best 8 O’level subjects is 64 ( A1 = 8 X 8 subjects).
5. Your O’level points is then converted to 100% (Assuming y is your O’level points, then, it will now be calculated thus: y/64 X 100).
6. Your final merged score, which will be used for admission now = UTME points (0%) + O’ level points (maximum of 100%) = 100.
7. You will be allowed to select two courses during the screening registration
8. OAU charges a huge total of N6,850 for the screening.
9. For Direct Entry candidates, Screening ends 30th July.

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  1. Anonymous April 20, 2016

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