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Reviewed Faculty Of Pharmacy 2016/2017 Admission Cut-off Marks

Following the reversal of stance on the model of admission screening by the Obafemi Awolowo ...


Following the reversal of stance on the model of admission screening by the Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU Peeps News Agency has confirmed the release of the reviewed 2016/2017 admission cut-off marks for the Faculty of Pharmacy. See below:

Merit – 71.4%
Ekiti – 71.0%
Lagos – 70.9%
Ogun – 71.2%
Ondo – 71.2%
Osun – 71.1%
Oyo – 71.2%

ELDS
Edo – 70.7%
Kwara – 70.6%
Imo – 70.0%
Enugu – 69.8%
Ebonyi – 69.1%
Delta – 68.5%
Anambra – 68.0%
Akwa Ibom – 67.8%
Kogi – 67.9%
Benue – 66.9%
Abia – 67.5%
Cross Rivers – 55.5%
Nassarawa – 50.2%

Pre-Degree – 78.0%

See Reviewed Cut-off Marks for other faculties below;

Faculty of Administration
Faculty of Agriculture
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Environmental Designs and Management
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Technology
College of Health Sciences


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  1. When should we be expecting the rest?

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  2. Hi just want to know Hw genuine ur post are on the cutoff mark because earlier when the other one came out I mentioned it to someone and the person said they wasn't any cutoff yet

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    1. its....authentic...gee

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  3. All the cut-off scores for all departments have been published on www.oaupeeps.com

    Goodluck!

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  4. The highest utme screening result in the faculty of law this year.

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  5. Please when will the pd cut off marks be out.

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  6. Please when will the pd cut off marks be out.

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