COOU Cut off Mark For 2021/2022 (JAMB & Departmental)

COOU Cut off Mark For 2021/2022
COOU Cut off Mark For 2021/2022

COOU Cut off Mark For 2021/2022

Apart from giving you information on the COOU cut-off mark for 2021, I will also love to be notifying you daily of all the latest information and the progress in the COOU 2021/22 admission exercise.

So if you will love to benefit from this, then do well to read to the bottom of this page and drop a comment in the comment box so I can reach out to you and start sending you daily update via your email.

The approved JAMB scores that will be used for the 2021/2022 academic session have been announced by the Chukwuemeka Odumegu Ojukwu University, Anambra State admission committee.

This information is direct to the prospective aspirants and to the parents and guardians of aspirants seeking admission, the required cut mark for any course at COOU has been released as shown below. But first, let’s talk about the meaning of the term “Cut-off mark”.

What Is Cut-Off Mark

A cut-off mark is a predetermined score set by a specific institution as a criterion for admitting students to a particular department of study. Candidates are frequently given this score based on their performance on a certain examination.

Students who scored above the needed cut-off mark, on the other hand, will be admitted and treated preferentially in the admission process above those who met the exact cut-off mark.

COOU Cut Off Mark For 2021 For All Courses

What is COOU cut-off mark for 2021? The approved and released COOU JAMB cut-off mark for 2021 is 150 for all courses and departments.

COOU Cut off Mark For 2021/2022
COOU Cut off Mark For 2021/2022

The management of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University has declared that the school’s current Post-UTME cut-off mark for 2021/2022 admission is 150 and above.

This means that you must score exactly 150 or higher to be eligible to purchase the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Post UTME form and be considered for admission in 2022.

As I said, this first cut-off list is what is needed for admission into any undergraduate course at COOU for the 2021/2022 academic year.

This is by the just-released Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) cut-off mark. The breakdown for all federal, state, private universities, polytechnics, and Colleges of Education are as follows;

  • 160 for federal universities.
  • 150 – 160 for state Universities.
  • 120 – 150 for private universities.
  • 120 for polytechnics.
  • 100 for colleges, private enterprises, and institutes

But if you wish to gain admission with your JAMB score, then I will strongly advise you to adhere to the cut-off mark schedule released by your institution.

Additional requirements that you also need to gain admission at COOU include; but are not limited to:

  • WAEC, NABTEB, NECO or GCE, SSCE result with not more than 2 sittings
  • You will need a ‘C grade’ in Maths, English, and in your 3 other subject combinations.
  • A valid JAMB result (Print your original JAMB result here)
  • Check other requirements here at the COOU Post UTME Portal

COOU Departmental Cut-off Mark For 2021 For All Courses

Before, I share the COOU departmental cut-off mark for 2021 for all courses, departments, and faculties at the COOU department; let me share this experience with you.

An experience shared by an aspirant:

“I applied for Accounting and scored 238 in my JAMB but I have not been admitted till now on my JAMB CAPS.

My JAMB CAPS has been showing “Not admitted” but I have known some aspirants that scored below my cut point but got admitted on the first list.

After making some findings, I discovered that this was because; I had D7 in Economics in my O’level but passed other subjects including commerce in one sitting.

But the school I applied for required at least a credit (C) pass in Economics and that was the reason why I was not admitted because my admission chance was 50/50.

All my hope now was to apply for supplementary because I knew my JAMB score was good enough to gain admission if not the fact that, I had D7 in Economics.”

Why did I bring this to you? This was just to clarify that you’re JAMB score is not the only determinant and criteria for admission because you may score above your departmental cut-off mark but still not admitted if you don’t meet other requirements and admission criteria.

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