OAU Post-UTME Result 2017/2018 Released||nawa4u.com

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This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, 2017/2018 Post-UTME Computer-based Aptitude Test that the management has released their results.

The OAU Post-UTME Computer-Based Aptitude Test were released as at 5:45 pm on Monday 2nd, October 2017.

HOW TO CHECK OAU POST UTME RESULT
1. Go to OAU post UTME result checking portal at https://admissions.oauife.edu.ng .
2. Supply your Username and Password in the required columns.
3. Finally, Sign-in to access your OAU post UTME score.

Note: Checking results of Post-UTME Computer-based Aptitude Test is at no fees. Candidates should beware of touts asking for money for result checking.

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