A statement by the Public Relations Officer of the University, Mr. Abiodun Olarewaju, stated that out of the total number of 14,648 who participated in the screening, Seven Thousand, Seven Hundred and Seventy Nine(7,779) candidates scored Two Hundred (200) and above.Among these candidates that crossed the average mark, only Eight(8) had above 300.
Seven out of the eight candidates who scored above three hundred(300) applied to read Law while the eighth candidate applied to read English Education. One candidate scored 360, two candidates scored 352 each, and each of the remaining six candidates scored 348.
While Akinade, Oladayo Felicia (45027699HD), who scored the highest got 360 (Law), others, whose scores follow closely, include Adeagbo, Folakemi Olanike (45737901HC), 352 (Law); Koye-Ladele Mofehintoluwa O(47368712CI), 352 (Law); Iloabuchi, Emerie Collins (47185750II), 348 (Law) and Ayodele, Timothy Oluwaseun (47189939DE), 348. Others are Odelami, Akintomiwa Akinleye (47194139EE), 348 ( Law); Ajayi, John Jesuferanmi (47198557HJ), 348 ( Law) and Ojo, Isaiah Olaonipekun (47356218GI), 348 (Edu/Eng).
The Vice- Chancellor of the University, Professor Bamitale Omole, in his reaction applauded the academic and administrative soundness of the members of staff, whose dedication to duty was described as a masterpiece, particularly on the just concluded post-UTME screening exercise. He thanked them for making the academic progress and overall development of the University their priority.
As for the incoming Law students, you can take a cue from this statistics. It is going to be a competitive class no doubt.
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