THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has announced the date for her 2017 admission screening exercise for both Direct Entry (DE) and UTME (JAMB) candidates into the prestigious university.
The screening exercise is only for those who chose the school as their first choice in this year’s JAMB examination and scored 200 and above.
There is going to be an aptitude test for the screening exercise starting on the September 22, 2017, to September 30, 2017. This was made known via a memo issued by the school registrar D. O. Awoyemi on the school website oauife.edu.ng.
The memo reads:
‘Candidates who made the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife their first choice in the 2017 UTME and scored 200 and above, and those who applied for Direct Entry (DE) are hereby informed to log on to Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife website (www.oauife.edu.ng) or admissions.oauife.edu.ng to register for the POST-UTME screening exercise effective from September 11, 2017. The candidates are required to click on “2017 ADMISSION SCREENING-UTME/DE APPLICANTS” link (or visit admissions.oauife.edu.ng directly) and login with their JAMB Registration Number to download RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) and use it to make payment online or at any commercial bank.
‘Applicants for the Screening Exercise will be required to do the following on the University admissions portal (admissions.oauife.edu.ng) after paying appropriate fees:
– Update JAMB data
– Upload Results (i.e WAEC, NECO, JUPEB, ND, NCE etc)
– Upload scanned copy of credentials
– Upload passport photograph (if not available)
– Print completed Admission Screening form
‘The closing date for screening of all candidates UTME/DE is 22nd September 2017.
‘Candidates will also be required to participate in the Post-UTME Aptitude Test on their allotted date and time between 23rd and 30th September, 2017. Applicants should note that the fee for the Aptitude Test is ₦2,000.
‘All enquiries should be forwarded to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. The following lines will also be available for information and assistance: 070-3300-9650 and 0807-3131-174.’