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FUNAAB Cut off Mark 2024/2025 Academic Session

If you’re aiming to secure admission into the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) for the 2023/2024 academic session, understanding the cut-off marks is crucial. In this blog post, we’ll break down the JAMB and Departmental Cut off Marks for various courses, along with essential information.

JAMB Cut Off Mark:

To be eligible for admission, candidates who selected FUNAAB as their first choice in the UTME and scored at least 160 are eligible to apply. Supplementary forms are also available for those who didn’t meet the minimum cut-off but have at least 5 credits in WASSCE or NECO, in addition to a minimum UTME score of 160.

Departmental Cut Off Marks:

Different programs have specific JAMB cut-off marks. For instance, Agricultural programs require a minimum JAMB score of 160, while others like Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, and Microbiology have a higher requirement of 200.

Calculation of FUNAAB Cut Off Mark:

The blog provides a step-by-step guide on how to calculate the FUNAAB Cut Off Mark using the O’Level Composite Percentage, UTME/DE Composite Percentage, and Post-UTME Composite Percentage. The final result, known as the Composite Score, determines eligibility for admission.

FAQs:

  1. What if I scored between 160 and 199 in Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, or Microbiology?
    • You may be considered for Agricultural programs if interested.
  2. How can I change my course if needed?
    • If necessary, you can fill a change of course form on the JAMB portal to be eligible for your preferred program.
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Conclusion:

Understanding the FUNAAB Cut Off Marks is essential for prospective students. This blog post provides a simplified guide on the cut-off marks, departmental requirements, and a step-by-step calculation process. Stay tuned for updates and feel free to ask questions about FUNAAB Cut Off Marks for the 2023/2024 academic session.

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