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Will AAUA Write Post UTME or Screening?

When considering Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Ondo State (AAUA) in the UTME/DE registration, you're definitely going to ask if the university will conduct post UTME (exams) or give in to screening (online/physical).


The same will happen to candidates considering changing their institutions of choice to the state-owned university. They want to know if AAUA's aspirants will write exams or if they will be considered for admissions through screening.


In this post, I will be answering the question of whether AAUA will use post UTME or screening to admit its students.

Differences Between Post UTME and Screening

Before then, let's look at the difference between post UTME and screening


If a school will use post UTME, aspirants will be required to obtain its online form and prepare to be tested through, usually, a computer-based test.


If a university will use screening, candidates will as well be required to obtain its online form but will only be considered for admission using the information filled online or be invited for physical inspection of their claimed documents and results or a few instances, do both.


In the case of AAUA, will you do post UTME or screening?

AAUA Conducts Strictly Online Screening for Its Aspirants

While seeking admission into the university, you're required to obtain JAMB and when the screening form is out, obtain the form and submit it online and wait to be admitted with your supplied details. Hence, AAUA won't require its candidates to write post-UTME but screening instead.


Below are the steps and stages involved in gaining admission to Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA), Ondo State.


  1. Be sure you have the required O'level subjects for your proposed courses. WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB, or a combination of any two is accepted for most courses.
  2. You're to obtain JAMB UTME and consider the university as your first choice institution or if you've not chosen them in UTME, consider changing to the university as your first choice institution
  3. Obtain the screening form online when on sale through the university's official website. You're not required to visit the university for registration or after the online submission. Just pay online, fill out the form online and print your acknowledgment slip for future references
  4. After a while, you're to be checking your admission progress directly through the JAMB CAPS, which is a platform designed by JAMB and the school to monitor and offer you admission to the university.
  5. When offered admission on JAMB CAPS, accept it and print your admission letter. See How To Check JAMB and School Admission Status
  6. After that, you should be checking the school portal, too, for updates on the admission being given by the school too. The school will as well offer you admission on the school portal. There, when offered, accept the admission.
  7. You're then required to pay your acceptance fee, print the admission letter, and proceed to the university for the physical screening, freshers' documentation, and resumption.


Wishing you luck!

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