Does OAU Accept Awaiting Result For Admission

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Does OAU Accept Awaiting Result For Admission? Can I get admission with awaiting result in OAU? In this post, you will get the answer to “does Obafemi Awolowo University accept awaiting results” and other related questions.

So, if you are asking whether you can apply for admission through JAMB with awaiting results into OAU, you will get the answer in this post.

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Does OAU Accept Awaiting Result For Admission?

Yes, Obafemi Awolowo University accepts awaiting results for admission in both UTME and Direct Entry. This also means that you can choose OAU as your institution when registering for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME/DE) with awaiting results. 

NOTE: It is essential to upload your O’level results to JAMB CAPS before you can be considered for admission.

You can also register for Post UTME/Post JAMB with awaiting results, but you will not be considered for admission until you upload your O’level results NECO, GCE, WAEC, NABTEB to JAMB CAPS.

Can I get admission with Awaiting Result in OAU?

No, you can’t get admission with awaiting result in OAU. Like I stated above, if you don’t upload your O’level results, OAU can’t consider admitting you. O’level results are one of the requirements for admission to OAU.

So it will be best you upload your result before Obafemi Awolowo University stops giving admission. 

Does OAU accept awaiting results for direct entry?

Yes, OAU accepts awaiting results for direct entry. You are required to upload your result as a Direct Entry candidate before you can be considered for admission.

Can I use awaiting result for Post UTME in OAU?

Yes, OAU allows candidates with awaiting results to register and take Post UTME screening exercise. 

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