Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta FUNAAB Cut-off mark for Electrical Engineering, FUNAAB Cut-off Mark for Biochemistry, FUNAAB Cut-off Mark for Veterinary Medicine, FUNAAB Cut-off Mark for all courses, FUNAAB Departmental and General Cut-off Mark for the 2022/2023 Academic session.
One of the important things a candidate must know about his/her chosen institution is the institution’s Cut-off Mark! The institution may be a University, a Polytechnic, or even a college, it is very essential for candidates to know the Cut-off Mark of the institution.
The major reason for knowing the Cut-off Mark is so as to know how well he/she has to prepare for the Jamb and post UTME exams.
Yes, every candidate must prepare very well but as we all know some courses like Medicine and Surgery, Engineering courses, Law and others have a very high Cut-off Mark as compared to some courses. So, a candidate who chose to study Law must know he/she has to prepare very well so as to not only meet the Cut-off Mark but to beat the Cut-off Mark!
Competition is very high for some courses than others, so if your course Cut-off Mark is high, then you should know the competition is very high! The higher the competition, the higher the Cut-off mark.
So, for you to be here, it means you are searching for the FUNAAB Cut-off Mark for the 2022/2023 Academic session. Worry not, you are on the right page! Here, I will give you what you need but before we go, I will like to explain what is Cut-off Mark, Departmental Cut-off Mark, and General Cut-Off Mark.
What is a Cut-Off Mark?
The cut-off Mark is the minimum score a candidate must meet to be eligible for admission into a certain institution. As I said, it is not a good idea to be planning to meet the Cut-off Mark, rather be planning to beat the Cut-off Mark.
Take for instance, the cut-off mark of FUNAAB is 100 and a candidate scored 99, he will not be eligible to register for the post UTME and will definitely not be eligible for admission. Candidates who scored significantly higher than the required Cut-Off mark, will be treated more favorably in the admission process than those who only scored the exact Cut-Off mark.
FUNAAB General Cut-Off Mark 2022/2023
This is the minimum score that a student must obtain to be admitted to a school. If your score falls below a school’s cut-off mark, you won’t be able to register for their Post-UTME, which means you won’t be admitted to that school.
Each school is free to set its own cut-off Mark. They are, however, unable to impose a cut-off mark lower than the JAMB minimum.
FUNAAB Departmental Cut-Off Mark 2022/2023
The Departmental Cut-Off mark is the minimum Cut-Off mark for admission into various departments in a particular University. The more competitive the course, the higher the Cut-off Mark. Every year, each university sets a cut-off mark for all courses. Some departments publish theirs, whereas others do not.
Without much further Ado, let’s dash into FUNAAB Jamb & Departmental Cut-off Mark 2022/2023
This is to inform the aspirants of FUNAAB and the general public that the management at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta FUNAAB has released the Cut-off Mark for all courses for the 2022/2023 Academic Session. All candidates are hereby advised to check the Cut-off Mark for his/her courses.
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FUNAAB General Cut-Off Mark 2022/2023
This is to inform the aspirants of the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta FUNAAB that the general Cut-off mark for the 2022/2023 Admission Exercise is 180.
This means any Candidate who scores less than 180 in the 2022 Jamb exam won’t be eligible to purchase the post UTME form and technically won’t be eligible for admission.
FUNAAB Departmental Cut-off Mark 2022/2023
Like I explained up there, some institutions make their Departmental Cut-off known while some institutions do not!
Although the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta FUNAAB has not released the Departmental Cut-off Mark for the 2022/2023 admission Process, however on this page, we will give you what to expect and insights on the FUNAAB Departmental Cut-off Mark.
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For the following courses, You should be able to have a minimum score of 180 but like I said, meeting the exact Cut-off is not that good, you have to beat the Cut-off Mark to be on the safe side!
- Agricultural Economics and Farm Management,
- Agricultural Extension and Rural Development,
- Animal Nutrition,
- Animal Physiology,
- Animal Production and Health,
- Aquaculture and Fisheries Management,
- Animal Breeding and Genetics,
- Agricultural Administration,
- Crop Protection,
- Environmental Management and Toxicology,
- Forestry and Wildlife Management,
- Pasture and Range Management,
- Plant Breeding and Seed Technology,
- Plant Physiology and Crop Production,
- Soil Science and Land Management,
- Water Resources Management and Agro-meteorology
A minimum of 200 marks for the following programs.
One thing you should keep at the back of your mind is that the more competitive the course, the higher the Cut-off Mark will be! So, some courses here may have a Cut-off Mark of more than 200 due to high competition and that is why I said, don’t try to meet the Cut-off Mark, try to beat it! Even if there is high competition, you will be on the safe side!
- Biological Sciences
- Computer Science
- Food Science and Technology
- Home Science and Management
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Agricultural Engineering
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechatronic Engineering
- Veterinary Medicine
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