UI Mode Of Admission Before Post UTME Screening Test Was Introduced

University Of Ibadan, UI Mode Of Admission Before Post UTME Screening Test Was Introduced/Adopted, See How UI Admit Her Aspirants(Admission Seekers) [Oral Interview Method]


Unibadan aspirants has been asking ngschoolz.com team; How will UI admission be? Will they write post UTME Screening Test this year? How Will I Know If they have given me admission? As you may know it, UI just started writing post utme not long ago(2011 to b specific). The previous method UI used in admitting students was “Oral interview”, where you will be asked few questions from your JAMB subject combination. They might end up going back to that method if they choose to scrap post utme. Back then “UI pume 2007 or 2006“… They can throw any question at you from any angle, they expect you to tackle it boldly. I would advise you to continue reading your books.

Unibadan UI Admissions Requirements and Procedures

Entry by University Matriculation Examination (UME)
admission into the University of Ibadan like all federal Universities is through the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board, consequent upon writing the University Matriculation Examination (U.M.E.) and obtaining a minimum of 200 marks in the examination.

See Also: UI Admission Requirements, UTME and Direct Entry
In addition to the above requirements, candidates are expected to have passed 5 ‘O’ level subjects at Credit level in five relevant subjects at One Sitting or six in Two Sittings. Credit pass in English is compulsory for all faculties. A Credit pass in Mathematics is compulsory for all Science based courses. However, a pass in Mathematics is allowed for all courses in the faculty of the Social Sciences except Economics where a Credit is required.

Candidates should note that to qualify for consideration in any of the courses in the College of Medicine, it is mandatory to have obtained at least the 5 ‘O’ level Credits at One Sitting. The University of Ibadan in the last four years developed a model for the admission of her candidates by finding the average of the ‘O’ level (60%) and UME (40%) to arrive at an acceptable cut-off mark for each discipline.

It is important to mention that the cut-off marks are not static.

1. Candidates must have reached the age of sixteen years on the first day of October in the year of their admission.
2. There are two categories of candidates, the University Matriculation Examinations (UME) candidates, and Direct Entry (DE).
3. Candidates offered admission either through the University Matriculation Examination or by Direct Entry of the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board must have met the basic requirements for admission in the University and/or their respective departments.

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