UNIABUJA Cut Off Mark for All Courses 2020/2021 JAMB & Departmental

UNIABUJA Cut Off Mark for All Courses
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For all applicants for admission into the University of Abuja, here is a full list of the UNIABUJA Cut Off Mark for all Courses like Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy, Law, Engineering, e.t.c. This Cut Off Mark affects the POST UTME/Screening process on the institution also.

About UNIABUJA

The University of Abuja is a tertiary institution in the Nigerian capital Abuja. It was established on January 1, 1988, as a dual-mode university with the mandate to run conventional and distance learning programs. The University took off from a temporary site, made up of three blocks of building meant for a primary school in Gwagwalada, tagged the “mini – campus”. Academic activities started on the mini – campus in 1990.

UNIABUJA Admission Requirements

Requirements.

  1. Candidates must possess a minimum of 5 credit passes in relevant subjects which must include English Language and mathematics at GCE O’Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents at not more than 2 sittings.
  2. The candidate must make at least 180 and 200 (for competitive courses) pass marks in JAMB to qualify for internal screening by the University of Abuja.

SEE ALSO: JAMB and Post UTME Cut-Off Marks for All Schools 2020/2021 Admission Exercise

List of Universities that Accept Low Jamb Score Below 140, 160, 180

List of Universities that Accept Second Choice For Admission

WHAT IS A CUT-OFF MARK?

A Cut Off Mark is the benchmark in which a student must meet in his/her JAMB Utme Examination so as to be considered for a Post UTME Examination or direct admission by the management of the institution he/she wishes to attend.

UNIABUJA Cut Off Mark for All Courses 2020/2021

  1. Accountancy / Accounting…………………180
  2. Agricultural Science and Education…………………180
  3. Agriculture…………………180
  4. Anatomy…………………180
  5. Arabic Studies…………………180
  6. Banking and Finance…………………180
  7. Biology…………………180
  8. Business Administration…………………180
  9. Business Education…………………180
  10. Chemical Engineering…………………180
  11. Chemistry…………………180
  12. Christian Religious Knowledge / Studies…………………180
  13. Civil Engineering…………………180
  14. Computer Science…………………180
  15. Drama / Dramatic / Performing Arts…………………180
  16. Economics…………………180
  17. Education and Arabic…………………180
  18. Education and Biology…………………180
  19. Education and Chemistry…………………180
  20. Education and Christian Religious Studies…………………180
  21. Education and Economics…………………180
  22. Education and English Language…………………180
  23. Education and English Language and Literature…………………180
  24. Education and Geography…………………180
  25. Education and History…………………180
  26. Education and Integrated Science…………………180
  27. Education and Islamic Studies…………………180
  28. Education and Mathematics…………………180
  29. Education and Physics…………………180
  30. Education and Social Studies…………………180
  31. Educational Management and Planning…………………180
  32. Electrical Engineering…………………180
  33. English and Literary Studies…………………180
  34. Environmental Education…………………180
  35. Geography…………………180
  36. Guidance and Counseling…………………180
  37. History…………………180
  38. Islamic Studies…………………180
  39. Law…………………180
  40. Linguistics…………………180
  41. Mathematics…………………180
  42. Mechanical Engineering…………………180
  43. Medicine and Surgery…………………200
  44. Microbiology…………………180
  45. Philosophy…………………180
  46. Political Science and International Relations…………………180
  47. Primary Education Studies…………………180
  48. Public Administration…………………180
  49. Sociology…………………180
  50. Statistics…………………180
  51. Veterinary Medicine…………………200
  52. Christian Religious Studies (CRS)…………………180

HOW TO CALCULATE UNIABUJA AGGREGATE / DEPARTMENTAL SCORE | UNIABUJA CUT OFF MARK

JAMB UTME TOTAL MARK is 400 while UNIABUJA Post UTME Score is 100.

Therefore, what you do is very simple.

STEP 1: Divide your JAMB score by 8,

STEP 2: Then you are to divide your Post UTME score by 2.

Whatever your answers are, then you are to add them up to know what your score is over 100.

For Example, Caleb scored 240 in JAMB, and 50 in Post-UTME, this means that Caleb’s aggregate score would be calculated as follows:

1. JAMB score divided by 8 that is, 240/8 =30%
2. Post UTME score divided by 2, that is, 50/2 = 25%

Finally, add both scores together, which will give you Caleb’s aggregate score. To do this, add, 30% + 25% = 55%.

Caleb’s aggregate score is………....55%

 

Documents Needed for UNIABUJA Screening Excercise
  • JAMB Result
  • Birth Certificate or Age Declaration
  • Certificate of Local Government of Origin.
  • Original copies of your O’Level Results (certificates and statements of result)
  • Payment Registration Slip.


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