FULAFIA 2024 Cut Off Mark[JAMB/Departmental]

The Federal University, Lafia (FULAFIA) has officially released its cut off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session. The cut off mark is a crucial criterion used to evaluate candidates who chose FULAFIA as their first choice during JAMB registration. In addition to the cut off mark, there are other criteria outlined in the FULAFIA Post UTME/DE Registration guidelines.

JAMB Cut Off Mark:

For the 2023/2024 session, the official JAMB cut off mark set by the Registrar of the Board is 140. This means that candidates are required to score at least 140 to be eligible for registration in the FULAFIA Post UTME/DE Screening exercise.

FULAFIA 2023/2024 Cut Off Mark:

The FULAFIA 2023/2024 cut off mark is set at 170. However, it’s important to note that certain departments have exceptions, and their cut off marks differ. Below are some departmental cut off marks:

  • Human Anatomy: 200
  • Physiology: 200
  • Nursing: 210
  • Radiography: 210
  • Medical Laboratory Science: 220
  • MBBS: 230

These departmental variations indicate that candidates applying to these specific programs need to meet the higher cut off marks mentioned above.


  1. Q: Has FULAFIA announced its 2023/2024 cut off mark? A: Yes, the cut off mark has been officially announced by the institution.
  2. Q: What is the JAMB cut off mark for FULAFIA in 2023/2024? A: The JAMB cut off mark is 140 for the 2023/2024 session.
  3. Q: Are there exceptions to the general cut off mark? A: Yes, certain departments have set higher cut off marks, as mentioned in the article.
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Prospective FULAFIA students should take note of the official cut off marks and departmental exceptions. It is advisable to check the FULAFIA Post UTME/DE Registration guidelines for additional criteria and guidelines. If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the comment section, and don’t forget to share this information with others who may have selected FULAFIA as their first choice institution.

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