Guidelines for Obafemi Awolowo University Aptitude Test Screening Exercise Applicants


The guidelines for the 2017/2018 academic session Obafemi Awolowo University Aptitude Test Screening Exercise have been released.

Below are the outlined guidelines as made available on the university’s website

  • The examinations will have multiple sessions per day.
  • Each examination session will have a stipulated and advertised start and stop time.
  • Each candidate will be placed in a particular session on a particular day.
  • Candidates should arrive at the examination venue at least TWO (2) HOURS before the start time of the examination.
  • Candidates will be physically and digitally screened before being allowed to write the examination.
  • Once a candidate has been screened S/He must remain within the specified HOLDING AREA awaiting entry into the examination hall.
  • Candidates will be required to observe approved CBT examination restroom guidelines.
  • Candidates are advised to read and understand all instructions displayed by the Computer System for each subject on which they will be examined.
  • Candidates will only be allowed to take a writing pen into the examination hall.
  • The following items are prohibited in the examination hall : mobile-phones, calculators, document and writing materials should not be taken into the examination venue.
  • Candidates must bring along to the examination venues the following for submission, before they will be allowed to write the examination: 
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  • o Examination Slip printout
  • o Examination Guidelines printout
    • Any examination malpractice/misconduct will be appropriately dealt with.
    • All enquiries while the examination is in progress must be directed ONLY to the examination INVIGILATOR.
    • All candidates must confirm that their attendance is duly acknowledged during the conduct of the examination.
    • Any candidate that becomes ill during the examination must inform the Invigilator immediately.
    • All candidate must ensure that all questions are properly submitted on the CBT before exiting the examination hall.
    • No candidate will be allowed to write an examination if S/He arrives at a time later than 20 minutes after the commencement of the examination.
    • Candidates are required to leave the examination venue QUIETLY on completion of their allotted questions.
    • The UNIVERSITY will not be responsible for the safety of personal effects brought to the examination premises.
    • All candidates are required to conduct themselves in a manner that does not result in disturbance of public peace throughout the period of the examination and within the designated premises

    NOTE: If you are yet to print your Post-UTME Slip, please do on the OAU Admissions Portal. Also, applicants who applied using ‘awaiting result’ have till Friday, 22nd September 2017 to upload their O’ Level results 

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