2023/2024 OAU Cut Off Mark For All Courses And Aggregation: see details below
As of now, the official cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) have not been released. However, I can provide you with some general information about OAU’s admission process, including the likely JAMB cut-off mark and how the aggregate score is calculated.
JAMB Cut-off Mark: OAU typically sets its JAMB cut-off mark at 200 for all courses. This means that candidates who scored 200 and above in the JAMB UTME are eligible to apply for OAU’s Post-UTME screening exercise.
Departmental Cut-off Mark: The departmental cut-off marks for various courses at OAU can vary from year to year. These cut-off marks are determined based on the competitiveness of each course and the performance of applicants. OAU usually releases its departmental cut-off marks after the Post-UTME screening exercise.
Aggregate Score Calculation: OAU uses a unique aggregate score calculation that takes into account the following components:
- JAMB Score: 50%
- Post-UTME Score: 40%
- O’Level (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) Results: 10%
To calculate your aggregate score, you can use the following formula: Aggregate Score = (JAMB Score / 8) + Post-UTME Score + (O’Level Points)
O’Level Points are assigned based on your grades in core subjects. For example:
- A1: 2.0 points
- B2: 1.8 points
- B3: 1.6 points
- C4: 1.4 points
- C5: 1.2 points
- C6: 1.0 points
Once you have your aggregate score, you can compare it to the departmental cut-off marks for your desired course to determine your eligibility.
Please note that the specific departmental cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session will be released by OAU when the admission process begins. It’s essential to stay updated with OAU’s official website and admission portal for the latest information on cut-off marks and admission requirements.