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See University of Ibadan cut-off mark for all courses 2018/19 admission



After the conduct of Post-UTME, the University of Ibadan, UI, has released the cut-off points for all the courses for 2018/2019 admission with Medicine having the highest Merit cut-off point of 76.5 point, with the score for the Educationally Less Developed States, ELDS, standing at 75.25.

The courses around this jurisdiction are: Law 74.75, ELDS, 73.375; EDU/ENG, 73, ELDS, 64.125; Communication and Language Arts, 72.75, ELDS, 72.5; Mechanical Engineering, 71.12, ELDS, 69.5; Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 71, ELDS, 69.62; English Language and Literature 70.87, ELDS 68.875 and Dentistry, 70, ELDS 68.75.

Others courses in the 60s category are: Medical Laboratory Science, 69, ELDS, 68.375; Nursing Science, 68.125, ELDS, 67.25; Linguistics, 68.25, ELDS, 63.875; Physiotherapy, 68, ELDS, 63.875; Political Science, 66.25, ELDS, 66.125; Theatre Arts, 66, ELDS, 63.375; EDU/Political Science, 65.375, ELDS, 63.5; European Studies-French, 65.125, ELDS, 50; European Studies-German, 64.375, ELDS, 58.125; Economics, 64.375, ELDS, 58.5; Sociology, 64.75, ELDS, 64.25; Civil Engineering, 64.75, ELDS, 62.87; Computer Science, 64. 37, ELDS, 61; Biochemistry, 62.375, ELDS, 61.375; Industrial and Production Engineering, 62.12, ELDS, 57.5; EDU/IRS, 62, ELDS, 50; History, 61.625, ELDS, 58.625; Philosophy, 61.625, ELDS, 60.25; Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 61.625, ELDS, 59.875; Pharmacy, 61, ELDS, 59.375; Physiology, 61, ELDS, 57.125; Classical Studies, 60.625, ELDS, 50; Veterinary Medicine, 60.25, ELDS, 60; Islamic Studies, 60.5, ELDS, 54; Library, Archival and Information Studies, 60.5, ELDS, 50 and Archaeology, 60, ELDS, 50.

The last category of the cut-off points are: Education/English, 73, ELDS, 64.125; Anthropology, 59.125, ELDS, 53. 625; Microbiology, 59.5, ELDS, 57.25; Education/Economics, 59, ELDS, 50; Education/Religious Studies, 59.25, ELDS, 50; Religious Studies, 58.625, ELDS, 50; Industrial Chemistry, 58.87, ELDS, 51.87; Environmental Health Science, 57.25, ELDS, 50; Guidance and Counseling, 56.875, ELDS, 54.25; Music, 56.375, ELDS, 51.375; Education/Mathematics, 56.375, ELDS, 55.375; Education/Physics, 56.625, ELDS, 50; Special Education, 56.125, ELDS, 54.375; Arabic Language and Literature, 56.25, ELDS, 50; Mathematics, 56.12, ELDS, 53.87; Education/Geography, 56.5, ELDS, 50; Archaeology, 56, ELDS, 50; Agricultural Economics, 55.625, ELDS, 50; Education Management, 55.375, ELDS, 52.25; Anthropology, 55.5, ELDS, 50; EDU/CLA, 55, ELDS, 50; Education/French, 55, ELDS, 50; European Studies-Russian, 54.25, ELDS, 50.

Others are: Chemistry, 54.25, ELDS, 51.8; Education/Chemistry, 53.75, ELDS, 50; Education/Arabic, 53.625, ELDS, 50; Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, 53.75, ELDS, 50; Wood Products Engineering, 53.37, ELDS, 50; Physics, 53.12, ELDS, 50; Geography, 53, ELDS, 50; Animal Science, 52.625, ELDS, 50; Geography, 52.625, ELDS, 50; Early Childhood Education, 52.375, ELDS, 50; Education/Yoruba, 52.25, ELDS, 50; Statistics, 52.12, ELDS, 50; Architecture, 52, ELDS, 50; Adult Education, 51.625, ELDS, 50; Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, 51.125, ELDS, 50; Psychology, 51.125, ELDS, 50; Food Technology, 51.87, ELDS, 50; Zoology, 51.75, ELDS, 50; Botany, 51.62, ELDS, 50; Geology, 51.25, ELDS, 50; Agricultural and Environmental Engineering, 51.25, ELDS, 50; Education/History, 51.75, ELDS, 50; Wildlife and Ecotourism Management, 51.25, ELDS, 50; Crop Protection and Environmental Biology, 51.5, ELDS, 50; Education/Biology, 51.5, ELDS, 50; Health Education, 51, ELDS, 50; Human Kinetics, 50.875, ELDS, 50; Agronomy, 50.75, ELDS, 50; Yoruba, 50.25, ELDS, 50; while Igbo, 50, Forest Production/Products, 50, and Social and Environmental Forestry, 50 had no ELDS scores.

It would be recalled that out of about 20,000 UTME candidates who indicated interest to take part in the 2018/2019 Post-UTME Screening, only 17,956 candidates sat for the screening. Out of these, 11,730 scored 50 percent and above representing 65.3 percent of the total number of candidates. Of these, only about 3,500 candidates are likely to gain admission into the institution.

According to a statement from the Vice Chancellor of the Premier institution, Professor Abel Olayinka, only candidates who scored 50 percent and above would be considered for admission base on the available space.

He stated that the highest score at the Post-UTME screening was by Anyanwu Favour Chinazaekpere who obtained 90 percent, and is seeking admission into Communication and Language Arts. Other high scorers at the Post UTME include four candidates who scored 89 percent and five candidates who scored 88 percent.

According to him, the institution’s 10 top scorers at the UI Post-UTME for 2018/2019 are: Anyanwu Favour Chinazaekpere, 90; Chineke Ugochukwu Romanus, 89; Ifejika Vincent Ikechukwu, 89; Ogunjimi Deborah Temitope, 89; Olaniran Oluwamayomikun Eunice, 89; Adebayo Akinkunmi Emmanuel, 88; Onakoya Precious Olubusayo, 88; Adeleye Oreoluwa Boluwatife, 88; Abraham Faith Ifeoluwapo, 88 and Matthew Shalom Olaoluwa 88, all in percentage.

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