AAU Cut off mark for 2021/2022 for all courses (JAMB & Departmental)

The Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State has announced the AAU cut-off mark for 2021/2022 academic year admission for UTME and Direct Entry candidates.

According to the released information, the AAU JAMB cut-off mark and the departmental cut-off point for 2021 have been scheduled.

This cut off mark is what will be used throughout the Post UTME admission process, to select those that are qualified.

Note: the cut-off mark is just one of the criteria for the selection of those that are to be considered for admission.

What is AAU cut off mark for 2021?

The Ambrose Alli University (AAU) JAMB cut-off mark for 2021 is 180. According to the institution, this cut off mark is general for all applicants.

Ambrose Alli University Post-UtME cutoff points and AAU JAMB and Departmental Cut off mark for all courses

For any applicants to be qualified to apply for the AAU Post UTME, such must meet the general JAMB cut-off mark which is 180.

Remember what I said earlier that the cut off mark is only one of the AAU admission criteria. Other requirements are as follows;

Other additional requirements needed for admission at Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma includes.

  • 5 Credit pass in your O’level result.
  • Credit pass subjects must include English and Maths and three other subjects that are related to your field of study.
  • Original 2021 JAMB result.
  • Other requirements will be seen on the Post UTME admission screening application portal.

Other requirements and criteria for admission include the departmental cut-off mark and general requirements as shown below.

Ambrose Alli University Departmental Cut Off Mark For all Courses

The Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma Departmental cut off mark is the agreed JAMB score range that is required of applicants applying for a particular course to meet, to be eligible for admission.

This departmental cut off point is even more useful and valuable than the general cut off mark.

Even candidates who meet the general cut-off point may not meet their respective departmental cut-off point and as such, they can’t be admitted.

The following is the scheduled AAU departmental cut off point and Post UTME Cut-off Marks for all courses for the 2021 admission.

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Education

Agricultural Science Education40
Curriculum & Instr40
Education Management40
Business Education45
Home Economics40
Guidance & Counseling40
Library And Information science40
Physical and Health Education40
Technical Education40
Vocational And Tech40

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

Animal Science40
Agricultural. Economics40
Crop Science40
Soil Science40

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Arts

English50
History50
Modern Language40
Philosophy 40
Theatre & Media Art60
Religious Studies40
Mass Communication50

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under College Of Medicine

Anatomy45
Med Lab60
Physiology45
Nursing65

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Engineering And Technology

Civil Engineering50
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Elect/Elect)50
Mechanical Engineering50
Industrial And Production45
Agric And Bio-Tech Engineering45

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Environmental Studies

Architecture40
Building40
Fine And Applied Art40
Geography40
  • The cutoff mark for Law is 65

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Life Sciences

Botany40
Micro Biology50
Biochemistry50
Human Nutrition40
Zoology40

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Management Sciences

Accounting50
Banking And Finance45
Business Administration45
Public Administration45

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Physical Sciences

Computer Science50
Physics40
Geo-Physics 40
Mathematics40
Chemistry40
Statistics40
Industrial Chemistry40

Post-UtME cutoff points for courses under Faculty of Social Sciences

Economics50
Political Sciences50
Psychology40
Sociology40

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