Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) Post UTME/DE Cut-Off Mark
As an alumnus of Federal University Oye-Ekiti, I am often asked about the school’s admission process and cut-off marks. With the 2024 admission cycle underway, many prospective students and their parents have questions about eligibility, cut-off scores, and registration. Having gone through the process myself years ago, I aim to provide helpful information and guidance.
Federal University Oye-Ekiti, commonly called FUOYE, is a federal university located in Oye Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. FUOYE offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programs across six colleges: College of Agricultural Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Management and Social Sciences, College of Sciences, College of Medicine and College of Law. To gain admission into any of these colleges, candidates must meet the cut-off mark in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and the Direct Entry (DE) screening.
The key to success is understanding FUOYE’s admission criteria, cut-off scores, and properly following the application steps. My goal with this article is to walk you through what you need to know to get into FUOYE.
Overview of FUOYE Post-Utme/De
As an aspiring undergraduate, gaining admission into the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) is essential. To accomplish this, candidates must meet the prescribed cut-off mark in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to qualify for the Post-UTME screening.
1. Eligibility for FUOYE Post-UTME
To be eligible for the FUOYE Post-UTME, candidates must:
- Score a minimum of 180 in the UTME
- Choose FUOYE as first choice in the UTME application
- Meet the UTME subject combination requirements for their desired course of study
2. FUOYE Post-UTME Subject Combination
Candidates must register the correct UTME subject combinations for their intended course of study. For example, those seeking admission into FUOYE to study Accounting must register English Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject. Candidates are advised to confirm the subject combinations for their preferred course on the FUOYE website to avoid wrong subject registration.
3. FUOYE Post-UTME/DE Registration
Qualified candidates can complete their Post-UTME/DE registration on the FUOYE website. The following documents will be required:
- UTME registration print out
- UTME result slip
- Birth certificate/Age declaration
- Secondary school certificate
The registration fee is N2,000. Candidates should endeavor to complete the registration process before the deadline to avoid being disqualified.
In summary, meeting the cut-off mark, choosing FUOYE as first choice, registering the proper subject combinations, and completing the Post-UTME registration are essential steps to gaining admission into the Federal University Oye-Ekiti. Following these guidelines carefully will place candidates in good stead for admission.
Cut-Off Marks for FUOYE Post-Utme/De
As an applicant seeking admission into the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), it is important to be aware of the cut-off mark for the Post UTME/DE screening exercise. According to the information released by the management of FUOYE, the cut-off mark for admission into the institution for the 2020/2021 academic session is 180.
Eligibility for FUOYE Post-UTME/DE
To be eligible for the FUOYE post-UTME/DE screening exercise, you must have scored 180 or above in the 2020/2021 UTME. In addition, you must have chosen FUOYE as your first choice institution. Applicants who do not choose FUOYE as their first choice institution may not be considered for admission.
Registration Details for FUOYE Post-UTME
Successful applicants will proceed to the FUOYE post-UTME/DE registration portal to complete their registration. The registration fee for the FUOYE post-UTME is N2,000. Applicants will be required to pay a non-refundable fee of N2,000 through REMITA into the FUOYE TSA account.
To register for the post-UTME, you need to have a functional email account, recent passport photograph, UTME registration number or DE candidate number, and O’level results. The candidate’s UTME registration number or DE registration number will be used to login to the FUOYE post-UTME portal. Applicants who do not have a UTME or DE registration number should not apply.
In conclusion, meeting the cut-off mark for admission into FUOYE is not a guarantee for admission. Applicants who score up to or above the required cut-off mark will be invited for the post-UTME screening exercise. The post-UTME screening results will be used alongside the O’level results to determine candidates’ eligibility for admission.
Eligibility for FUOYE Post-Utme/De
To be eligible for the FUOYE Post-UTME/DE screening exercise, candidates must meet the following requirements:
Applicants who chose Federal University Oye-Ekiti as first choice in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) are eligible to apply for the Post-UTME screening. You must have scored 180 and above in the UTME.
In addition, candidates must possess five credit passes at SSCE, NECO, NABTEB or its equivalent in not more than two sittings in the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology/Agricultural Science.
Direct Entry Requirements
For Direct Entry candidates, you must have minimum of upper credit (merit) passes in two relevant subjects in your ND, NCE or approved equivalent plus three other subject passes at credit level in SSCE, NECO or NABTEB in not more than two sittings. The two major subjects must be relevant to the proposed course of study.
Holders of A’ Level, IJMB, JUPEB or approved equivalents with minimum of five point’s passes including passes in relevant subjects are also eligible to apply.
To register for the Post-UTME screening exercise, eligible candidates are to pay a non-refundable application fee of N2,500.00 (Two thousand, five hundred naira only) through any of the under-listed banks:
- Zenith Bank
- First Bank
- Sterling Bank
After payment, proceed to fuoye.edu.ng to complete and submit your registration form online. Print out your registration slip to be presented for screening.
Ensure all information provided are correct and verifiable. Any false information given can lead to disqualification. Application forms for the Post-UTME screening will be available online on the University’s website.
Registration Details for FUOYE Post-Utme/De
To apply for admission into the Federal University Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), candidates must register and participate in the institution’s Post UTME/DE screening exercise.
To be eligible for the FUOYE Post-UTME/DE, candidates must have obtained a minimum score of 180 in the UTME and made FUOYE their first choice. In addition, candidates must possess five O’level credits in relevant subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
Registration for the FUOYE Post-UTME/DE is done online on the university’s website. The following steps outline the registration process:
- Visit the FUOYE website and click the ‘Post-UTME Registration’ link.
- Review the eligibility criteria and instructions carefully. Meet the cut-off mark and O’level requirements before proceeding.
- Pay a non-refundable fee of N2,000 at any commercial bank using the FUOYE Remita Retrieval Reference Number.
- Complete the online registration form and upload a scanned copy of the bank teller used in paying the registration fee.
- After completing the registration, print the Post-UTME screening slip which contains details of the date, time and venue for the screening.
What to Bring
On the Post-UTME/DE screening day, candidates are required to come with the following:
-Originals and photocopies of O’level results
-Birth certificate/Age declaration
-UTME result slip
-Evidence of online registration
The FUOYE Post-UTME/DE usually holds a few weeks after the release of UTME results. Candidates are advised to visit the university’s website for the screening date and other important details. Successful candidates in the Post-UTME/DE will proceed to participate in the institution’s Direct Entry screening exercise.
Preparing for the FUOYE Post-Utme/De Exam
Preparing for the FUOYE Post-UTME/DE exam requires focus and diligence. To maximize your chances of gaining admission, follow these steps:
Study the Brochure and Syllabus
The FUOYE post-UTME brochure contains important details about the exam format, topics, and scoring. Review it thoroughly to determine which subjects and topics you need to focus on. The syllabus outlines specific objectives that may be tested. Study all topics in the syllabus to avoid surprises on exam day.
Review Past Questions
FUOYE typically recycles questions from previous years. Search online for “FUOYE past questions” to find documents containing questions from past post-UTME exams. Work through these questions to get a sense of the question style, difficulty, and common topics. Review any topics you struggle with.
Focus on Key Subjects
The post-UTME exam focuses on four subjects: English, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Spend extra time reviewing material from your SSCE in these subjects. Study definitions of key terms, formulas, theories, and concepts. Practice sample problems and questions to reinforce your learning.
Practice with Mock Exams
Mock exams simulate the actual post-UTME experience. Set a timer for 1 hour, turn off electronics, and work through a mock exam under exam conditions. This helps build your endurance and familiarity with the exam format. Review answers and areas of difficulty to continue improving.
Prepare Required Materials
On exam day, bring your SSCE results slip, a valid ID, a pencil, an eraser, and a sharpener. Leave behind phones, calculators, books, and notes which are prohibited. Arrive at the exam venue before the scheduled start time to avoid missing critical instructions.
Thorough preparation and practice will boost your confidence for the FUOYE post-UTME. Stay focused on key topics and subjects, review past questions, take mock exams, and bring only permitted materials on exam day. With diligent studying, you will maximize your chances of gaining admission into FUOYE.
In summary, to gain admission into FUOYE, candidates must meet the prescribed cut-off mark and pass the Post UTME/DE screening. The cut-off mark varies yearly based on several factors but is usually within the range of 160-180 for most courses. Candidates who do not attain the minimum cut-off mark will not be invited for the Post UTME/DE screening. Meeting the cut-off mark, however, does not guarantee admission. Admission is given based on the performance in the Post UTME, availability of space, and other criteria. I hope this article has provided helpful information and guidance for prospective students seeking admission into FUOYE. Best of luck to all candidates.