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OAU Post UTME Past Questions

About OAU Post UTME.

Obafemi Awolowo University, formerly known as University of Ife, is a federal government-owned and operated Nigerian university. The university is in the ancient city of Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria.

One of the frequent questions I do get from students on Post UTME is – Do OAU repeat Post UTME questions? My response has always been – yes they do.

However, the way OAU repeat Post UTME questions is a little bit tricky, and sometimes they do it directly. All candidates who are writing Post UTME this year must know that Post UTME Exam secret lie in mastering their past questions.

I do tell my students that one of the ways to unfold OAU Post UTME exam secret is to get like 7-12 years OAU Post UTME Past Questions. You have to study the trend and pattern of the questions, its occurrences, and then extract areas/topics OAU likes bringing out in each subject you are writing.

The answer to what you need to read for your Obafemi Awolowo University post UTME is very easy and I will show you right away below.

We have compiled up-to-date OAU post utme past questions and answers. We have added accurate answers to help you during preparation.

Our Post utme past questions for OAU will give you a hint of how their questions are structured. And if you are smart enough, you will know which questions occur frequently. Any question you see that occurs frequently should be treated and mastered.

The cost of the newly compiled OAU Post UTME Past Question and Answer is 2000NGN for each faculty combination.

For instance you are writing for OAU Post UTME for Medicine & Surgery, you will be required to purchase at least four subjects which are;

i. Use of English
ii. Biology
iii. Chemistry

The course selection in the Post UTME exams depends on the subjects you wrote in JAMB.

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There’s no shortcut in scoring high in any OAU aptitude test, the fundamental secret is on your understanding of the previous questions.

Why You Need OAU Post UTME Past Questions and Answers

The Majority of the universities or Polytechnics may not have the time to set new questions. And all they do is to pick questions from past UTME questions. It is now required of you to treat all UTME past questions for you to pass post-UTME successfully.

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Getting to the venue of the exam late is one of the reasons why students don’t pass Post UTME. Be punctual!

OAU Post Utme Subject Combinations

Many students think that they will write the same subject combinations they wrote in their JAMB. Sometimes that is not always the case.

Course/Programme ‘O’Level Requirements UTME Subject Combination
Accounting Five ‘O’ level credits which should include English Language, Mathematics, Economics plus any two other subjects from Government, Yoruba, Biology. English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject
International Relations Five ‘O Level credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Government plus any two other subjects from History, Geography and Yoruba. English Language, Mathematics, Government and any other Social Science subject.
Local Government Studies Credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Government, Economics at not more than two sittings. English Language, Mathematics, Government and any one of the following: Geography, Economics, History and Religious Studies.
Public Administration Credit passes at GCE O’Level or School Certificate or Senior Secondary School Certificate (S.S.S.C) in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science and any other subject. English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History and Geography.

 

OAU SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR FACULTY OF ARTS

Course/Programme ‘O’Level Requirements UTME Subject Combination
African Languages and Literature Credits in English Language, Yoruba plus one (1) Arts subjects any other two (2) subjects. English Language, Yoruba plus any other two (2) subjects in Arts.
Dramatic Arts Credits in English Language; Literature-in-English plus one (1) Arts subject and any other two (2) subjects. English Language; Literature-in-English plus and any other two (2) subjects in Arts.
English  Credits in English Language; Literature-in-English plus one (1) Arts subject and any other two (2) subjects. English Language; Literature-in-English, Government or History or any other Arts Subject.
Religious Studies Credits in English Language; C.R.K or I.R.K plus one Arts subject and any other two (2) subjects. English Language; C.R.K/I.R.K and any other two (2) subjects.
Music Credits in English Language; plus 2 Arts subjects and any other two (2) subjects. English Language; Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.
Foreign Languages Credits in English Language; plus any other four (4) subjects. English Language; Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.
Philosophy Credits in English Language; History; plus one (1) Arts subject; and any other two (2) subjects. English Language; Government and any other two subjects.
History English Language; + History or Government, C.R.K/I.R.K or Literature and any other two (2) subjects. English Language, History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

 

OAU SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Course/Programme ‘O’ level Requirements UTME Subject Combination
English Education Five ‘O’ Level credits which should include English Language and Literature in English plus credit passes in any three other subjects or Credit/Merit passes in 5 TC II subjects relevant to the course of study may be accepted. English Language; Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.
Fine and Applied Art Education GCE ‘O’ Level or TC II Credit/Merit passes in five subjects including Fine Arts and English Language. English Language, Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.
French Education  ‘O’ Level or TC credit/merit passes in five subjects including English Language and French. English Language, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.
History Education ‘O’ Level credit passes in five subjects which must include English Language and History. TC II with at least merit/credit passes in 5 relevant subjects may be accepted. English Language, History/Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.
Language Art Education Five TC/O/L credits including English Language, English Literature and Yoruba or French. English Language, Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.
Music Education Five ‘O’ Level credit or equivalents including English Language & Music. TC II or Certificate in Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRASM) may be accepted. English Language, Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.
Physical and Health Education Five ‘O’ level credits or TC II merit passes which could be any of Arts, Social Sciences or Science Subjects but must include English Language.
Christian Religion Education Five ‘O’ Level credits or TC II merits in five subjects including English Language, Bible Knowledge and any other three subject. English Language, C.R.K and any other two Arts subjects.
Yoruba language Education Five ‘O’ Level/TC II credit or merit passes including English and Yoruba. English Language, Yoruba and two other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.
Biology Education Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and one other subject. English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Chemistry Education Five ‘O’ Level credits in Mathematics, Chemistry, English Language and two of Physics, Biology and Agric. Science. English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Mathematics Education ‘O’ Level credits in five subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry. English language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
Mathematics/Integrated Science Education Five ‘O’ level credits or five merit/credit passes at TC II. The subjects must include English Language, Mathematic and two of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, General Science and Agric. Science. Use of English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.
Physics Education Five O’ Level credits which must include English Language, Physics, Mathematics and two other subjects, one of which should be Chemistry or Agric. Science or Biology or Additional Mathematics. Use of English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry or Biology.
Economics Education  ‘O’ Level credit passers in five subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics and Economics plus any other two subjects. Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.
Geography Education ‘O’ Level passes in 5 subjects which should include Geography, English Language and Mathematics. English Language, Geography and two other Arts or Social Science subjects.
Political Science Education ‘O’ Level TC II credit/merit credit passes must include Government, English Language and Mathematics. English Language, Government or History plus two other Social Science/Arts subjects.
Social Studies Education Five ‘O’ Level credit passes including English Language. Candidates with GCE O/L background should have credits in at least two of Economics, Geography, Government, History, Music, Fine Arts, Religious Studies and Home Economics. Those with TC II should have merits in English and two of Social Studies, History, Government, Home Economics, Fine Art and Music, Religious Studies and Literature in English.

OAU SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR FACULTY OF SCIENCES

Course/Programme ‘O’ level Requirements UTME Subject Combinations
Biochemistry Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include Five credits in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and either Physics or Biology. English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Botany Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include  Biology or Agricultural Science, Chemistry in addition to English and Mathematics at the ‘O’ Level of the General Certificate or Education, SSCE or its equivalent. English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Chemistry Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include  English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Geology and Applied Geophysics Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include  Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and English Language. English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Mathematics Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any other Science subject at the GCE Ordinary Level, Senior Secondary School (SSCE) or its equivalent. English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Statistics Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any other Science subject at the GCE Ordinary Level, Senior Secondary School (SSCE) or its equivalent. English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Microbiology Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include English Language, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry at the GCE Ordinary Level, Senior Secondary School (SSCE) or its equivalent. English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Zoology Five ‘O’ Level credits which must include Biology and at least one other Science subject in addition to Mathematics at General Certificate of Education at the O/Level or at the SSCE or its equivalent. English Language, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

 

OAU SUBJECT COMBINATIONS FOR FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

Course/Programme ‘O’level Requirements UTME Subject Combinations
Medicine and Surgery English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry all at credit level. English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Nursing English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry all at credit level. English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Dentistry English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry all at credit level. English, Physics, Biology and Chemistry

OAU SUBJECT COMBINATIONS FOR FACULTY OF PHARMACY    

Course/Programme ‘O’level Requirements UTME Subject Combinations
Pharmacy English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry all at credit level. English, Physics, Biology and Chemistry.

 

OAU SUBJECT COMBINATIONS FOR FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Course/Programme ‘O’level Requirements UTME Subject Combinations
Economics English Language, Mathematics, Economics plus two of Arts or Social Science subject all at credit level English Langauge, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.
Geography English, Mathematics, Geography plus two of Arts or Social Science subject all at credit level. English Language, Geography and two other Social Science subjects.
Political Science English, Mathematics, Government plus two other subject all at credit level English Language, Government and two other Social Science/Arts subjects.
Philosophy English, Mathematics, Government, Economics plus any other subject all at credit level. English Language, Government, Economics and any other one Social Science/Arts subjects.
Psychology English, Mathematics, Biology plus two other subject all at credit level English Language, and any three subjects from Arts or Social Science.
Sociology English, Mathematics two paper from History, Economics, Geography plus any subject. English Langauge, three Social Science or Arts Subjects.

Candidates That Are Eligible for OAU Post UTME/DE Screening

  • Candidates who made the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife their First Choice Institution in UTME and scored 200 and above are eligible for screening.
  • In addition, candidates must possess five (5) credit pass including English Language at not more than two (2) sittings.
  • Candidates who do not participate in the Post-UTME screening will not be considered for admission.
  • OAU will not consider candidates with outstanding “Awaiting Results” at the end of the Post UTME Screening Exercise.
  • DE Students should ensure that their transcript is forwarded by the Awarding Institution to the Admission Office, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife for DE Admission processing.

OAU Admission Screening General Requirements

The minimum entry requirements to the first year is a General Certificate of Education (or equivalent) with Credit passes in at least five subjects chosen from a list approved from time to time by Senate provided that in each case all the five subjects are taken and passed at not more than two sittings.

  • One of the passes shall be a pass at ‘O’ Level or equivalent in English Language.
  • Except in the cases of candidate for admission to the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Law, and for the Bachelor of Arts in Education in the Faculty of Education, one of the credit passes shall be a pass at ‘O’ Level or equivalent in Mathematics.
  • A pass in the General Paper of the Higher School Certificate is regarded as equivalent to a credit pass in English Language at ‘O’ Level.

What to Read for Obafemi Awolowo University Post UTME 2020

  • Research on your school.

The ways each institutions do set their questions are quite different which means you must research on the University you have chosen to know what to read for post UTME. Doing this will help you to pass Post UTME.

For instance UNILORIN Post UTME has a total of 50 questions, 40 questions from English language, 5 from Mathematics, and 5 from General paper i.e. current affairs.

UNILAG Post UTME questions from Mathematics, English Language, and General paper. The mathematics questions are 25, English Language is 20, and General paper is 5. The duration for the test is 30 minutes.

UI Post UTME questions are Mathematics, English, and some questions from your chosen field. This means most Institutions Post UTME questions are based on mathematics, English, current affairs (for some institutions), and your field.

Questions from mathematics are majority from probability, permutation and combination, partial and impartial fractions, logarithm, mean, median, mode and range

Most questions from English Language came from Consonant sound, Vowel sound, nearest in meaning, Opposite in meaning, Synonyms, adjective, Verbs, question tag, etc.

It is important to note that the test is CBT.

Free downloads of Post UTME past questions for some Universities or Polytechnic are available below for downloads. The material below will help you to pass Post UTME.

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Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi Post UTME Past Questions and Answers pdf

How to Study for OAU Post UTME 2020

The steps below will guide you on how to study for Obafemi Awolowo University Post UTME.

  • You need enough time for you to do an effective study
  • Know what works best for you in terms of the study pattern you will like to adopt
  • Practice enough past questions related to your chosen institution
  • You can organise a study groups: This helps to aid good understanding
  • Plan the test day i.e you should get to the test venue early

8 Steps To Pass Post UTME With Ease And Successfully

In order for you to pass Post UTME there are steps you have to follow to aid your preparation and the points listed below are steps to prepare for Post UTME.

(1) Source For Past Questions of Your Chosen Institution:

This will give you a hint of how their questions are structured. And if you are smart enough, you will know which questions occur frequently. Any question you see that occurs frequently should be treated and mastered.

(2) Go Through UTME Past Questions:

Majority of the universities or Polytechnics may not have the time to set new questions. And all they do is to pick questions from past UTME questions. It is now required of you to treat all UTME past questions for you to pass post-UTME successfully.

(3) Go Through Recommended Textbooks:

This is needed for you to understand some questions you might be having difficulty to answer. Once you are able to understand it, it has become part of you.

(4) Work On Your Speed and Accuracy:

You are going to be graded base on the number of questions you are able to answer and not the other way round. This means you must be fast and accurate. This is a competition and an opportunity to get your chosen course. You have thousands of people competing with you and you need to work your way out so as to be among those that will be offer admission.

(5) Have A Relatively Good O/level Result:

Sometimes, some institution might decide to have a screening exercise base on your O/level and UTME score. It may be graded 50/50, 60/40, 40/60 respectively for O/level and UTME score. If your O/level result isn’t too good, it will affect your overall grade.

(6) Stay Relaxed:

You should find a place close to the venue that you can sleep over before the day of the exam. You should avoid travelling down to the venue on that very day. Travelling to the venue on that day will increase your tension and affect your performance.

(7) Get To The Venue On Time:

Getting to the venue of the exam late is one of the reasons why students don’t pass Post UTME. Be punctual!

(8) Be Confident And Believe In Your Ability To Excel:

Many people have written the test and passed very well, so don’t allow fear to steal away your chance of gaining admission.

Study hard by crossing the t’s and dotting the I’s, this is your chance to gain admission into your desired institution and to study your chosen course.

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