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Unilorin, OAU and UI Aspirants, This Message Is For You

Jamb (Joint admissions and matriculation board) is a general examination in Nigeria, that aspirants take after making all the needed 5 subjects needed in your aspired waec or Neco, respectively.

Normally, passing jambs start from 180 and above in Nigeria, but to be on the safer side you will need more, this time around. I, mean scoring more is what you need to be on a safer side.

Why?

Because, picking any of those schools above mean you are competing, either with yourself or with others, because those schools mentioned above are one of the best institutions in Nigeria, so you are not the only one that deserves the best, there are plenty of you out there that deserve it, so you need to sit tight and smart and have what It take to compete.

These are what you will be needing for each of the schools mentioned above;

UNILORIN

The University of Ilorin is known for its fast calendar and the most competitive school in Nigeria, why? They are the most competitive because of their fast calendar, and their fees are the lowest compared to all other big universities in Nigeria.

These are what you will need to compete well in this institution,

1. For Science student: You need 230 and above to be on a safer side, although you can still make it with 180, since its, a competition, being on the positive side will require more aggregates(scores). But it still depends on the courses you are aspiring for, to be on a safer side for medicine and pharmacy courses you might need 250 and above to be on a safer side, since all the other Sciences related courses are below those two courses, you are good to go with your 230 then.

2. For Arts students: You need 240 and above most especially if you want to do Law-related courses, to be on a safer side you need 240 and above though you can also do it with 220, but to be on a safer side, you need 240 since many people are competing for that course and other art-related courses are good to go with at least 200.

3. Post UTME: regardless of department or your field(science/arts/commerce), Unilorin post Jamb is 50 questions and it comprises mathematics, English, and general subjects with a duration of 30mins.

4. Remedial: Have you heard about unilorin remedial? Well, it's just like normal pre-degree of every other school, their remedial ground is located at FuFu before you get to Indianin Ilorin, I remember when I was there we were told once we have 180 in our jamb, then we are average admitted, and if we eventually pass our remedial exam, then our admission is 100% sure. And if you are thinking of taking this exam(remedial) just know that there is nothing like an exam for application for unilorin remedial, unlike O.A.U. And it's valid for two years only, meaning if you don't eventually gain admission with it this year, it can still be useful in the coming year.

5. Catchment: this is like distance from your place of residence to the school campus, States to states, within the country, unilorin favor residence from the North most, most especially if you are from Ilorin you might be favored than those, not from Ilorin.

6. O'level(waec/neco): unilorin accept two sittings in your O'level result, meaning if you don't have your 5 compulsory subjects in an exam you can combine another exam with it to complete your 5 compulsory O'level result.


O.A.U (Obafemi Awolowo University).

1. For Science student: You need 300 and above to be on a safer side, although you can still make it with 280, since it's a competition, being on the positive side will require more aggregates(scores). But it still depends on the courses you are aspiring for, to be on a safer side for medicine and pharmacy courses you might need 300 and above to be on a safer side, since all the other Sciences related courses are below those two courses, you are good to go with your 250 then.

2. For Arts students: You need 280 and above most especially if you want to do Law-related courses, to be on a safer side you need 260 and above though you can also do it with 250, but to be on a safer side, you need 280 since many people are competing for that course and other art-related courses are good to go with at least 260.

3. Post UTME: regardless of department or your field(science/arts/commerce), O.A.U post Jamb is 40 questions and it's mainly on aptitude test (anything) you should be expecting any question, it can be on sport, entertainment, English, Biology any subjects regardless of your field (science, art/commerce).

4. Pre-degree: This is another exam you can take to enhance your admission possibility at Great Ife, and it's a year program and you need to sit for the application exam before you are admitted. And their pre-degree campus is located at Moro, Ile-Ife.

5. O'level(waec/neco): O'level(waec/neco): O.A.U accepts two sittings in your O'level result, meaning if you don't have your 5 compulsory subjects in an exam you can combine another exam with it to complete your 5 compulsory O'level result.


U.I (University of Ibadan)

1. For Science student: You need 280 and above to be on a safer side, although you can still make it with 250, since its, a competition, being on the positive side will require more aggregates(scores). But it still depends on the courses you are aspiring for, to be on a safer side for medicine and pharmacy courses you might need 280 and above to be on a safer side, since all the other Sciences related courses are below those two courses, you are good to go with your 260 then.

2. For Arts students: You need 270 and above most especially if you want to do Law-related courses, to be on a safer side you need 270 and above though you can also do it with 250, but to be on a safer side, you need 280 since many people are competing for that course and other art-related courses are good to go with at least 250.

3. Post utme/jamb: the university of Ibadan comprises 100 questions and it's based on your field and also general studies.

4. O'level result: the University of Ibadan doesn't accept two sittings, unlike O.A.U and Unilorin.

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