OOU Cut Off Mark 2024/2025 is Out for All Courses

Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) JAMB cut off mark and departmental cut off marks for all courses for the 2024/2025 academic session is out.

If OOU is your first-choice institution, the initial step should be familiarising yourself with the approved admission aggregates for this year.

OOU has different cut off marks for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

In this article, we will list all OOU courses along with their respective cut off marks and explain how OOU determines its marks.

What is OOU Cut Off Mark?

Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU cut off mark is the minimum score you must score in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Post UTME (If any) to be eligible for admission to study the course you have chosen.

Meeting other OOU admission requirements is not sufficient; you must also attain this cut-off mark to be considered for admission.

Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) JAMB cut off mark and departmental cut off marks for all courses for the 2024/2025 academic session is out.

Additionally, it’s important to note that the cut-off mark is divided into three categories: merit, catchment, and ELDS.

OOU Cut Off Mark for 2024/2025 Academic Session

  • The approved JAMB cut off mark for Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) for the 2024/2025 academic session is 140 and above.
  • This means that the official OOU cut-off mark for 2024 admission is 140.
  • Only those who score 140 are eligible for this year’s OOU Post UTME screening form.

OOU Departmental Cut Off Marks 2024/2025

Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) has announced 140 and above as the official departmental cut off mark for the 2024/2025 academic session.

This implies that you must have an aggregate score of 140 and above to be considered for admission.

See all OOU courses and their respective cut-off points via this LINK.

How OOU Screening Score is Determined

How OOU Screening Score is Determined

  1. The number of applicants applying for admission this year will determine the cut-off mark.
  2. The availability of admission quotas in each department determines the cut-off point.
  3. Both JAMB and OOU Post-UTME screening performances overall influence the cut-off marks.
  4. OOU admission policy also plays a role in determining departmental cut-off marks.

Additional Information

  • If your JAMB score is below 140, you are ineligible for OOU Post UTME screening.
  • Meeting JAMB and OOU cut-off marks is necessary, but meeting additional requirements is also essential for admission consideration.
  • Highly competitive courses like Law, Medicine, and Nursing, among others, typically have higher cut-off points.

We hope you found our article on the latest Olabisi Onabanjo University cut off and departmental cut off marks for all courses to be helpful.

Read Also:

  1. OOU Post UTME Form
  2. JAMB Cut off marks
  3. OOU Admission List
  4. How to Gain Admission in OOU
  5. How to Defer Admission

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107 comments

  1. A friend of mine is worried she can’t get admission to oou with jamb score of 186 to study business administration
    Please is it possible for her?

    Reply
  2. Pls I score 192 can I study business administration in oou pls help I have e8 in economics what course can study

    Reply
    • Why not it’s a yes but need to read and have ntin less than 70% in the OOU Putme so you can be on a saver side

      Reply
  3. Please I got 168 can I study nursing or anatomy at oou
    Please My sister also have 185 can she study Mass com… At oou

    Reply
  4. GOOD AFTERNOON,

    PLS, I SCORED 199 IN JAMB AND MY WAEC IS VERY MUSC OK, WILL IT PULL THROUGH FOR NURSING?.
    THANK YOU…

    Reply

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