FUTA JAMB Cut-off Mark For All Courses 2022/2023 Academic Session

FUTA JAMB Cut-off Mark – Federal University of Technology, Akure JAMB cut-off mark for all courses 2022/2023 academic session.

The Federal University of Technology, Akure JAMB cut-off mark for all courses offered by the institution has been released by the school in accordance with JAMB’s instructions.

Before the management and school authorities of FUTA set their minimum cut-off mark, it must be the same as JAMB’s approved cut-off mark for the academic session.

JAMB doesn’t set the FUTA cut-off mark, but they do set a fixed admission cut-off point for each academic session that no institution can go below. In the case of FUTA, this means that they can’t set a cut-off mark that’s lower than the ceiling they set.

This academic year, JAMB set the general cut-off score for all universities in Nigeria (both public and private) at 160. But universities are free to set their minimum score for admission at 160 or higher.

For example, the cut-off score for FUTA is 180. This just means that candidates who choose FUTA as their preferred institution must have a score of 180 or higher to be able to buy a FUTA post-UTME form and apply for admission into their chosen course.

JAMB’s job is to make sure that all candidates who meet the FUTA cut-off mark and pass the Post-UTME test are qualified to get admission into college.

Applicants are often confused about what the best JAMB score is for their course, which leads to questions like “What is the best JAMB score for my course?”

I got 180 in JAMB. Can I get admission into FUTA?

What score must I get to study Electrical and Electronic Engineering at FUTA?

What is the FUTA cut-off mark for the 2022/2023 academic year?

Some candidates with scores of 160, 170, 180, 190, 200, 220, and above ask if they are eligible to study Computer Science, Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacy, or any other course offered by FUTA. Please keep in mind that if you look at the courses and cut-off mark here today, you will be able to figure out for yourself if you are qualified for FUTA. I will list the approved FUTA courses and the minimum JAMB score you need to get to be eligible for post-UTME at the Federal University of Technology, Akure.

In your search for admission, please keep in mind that putting FUTA as your first choice of institution in your UTME registration is the first step to getting admission. This is because the school will look at candidates who put FUTA as their first choice of institution before looking at candidates who put other choices.

Again, candidates with higher JAMB scores have a better chance of getting admission into FUTA, even though all candidates who score 180 or higher are given the same chance to take the post-UTME. This is because, after figuring out their aggregate score or weighted average, candidates with higher JAMB scores tend to score higher because their UTME scores give them an advantage over candidates with low UTME scores when figuring out their average cut-off mark. So, you should try as hard as you can to get high scores on your JAMB and Post-UTME tests so you have a better chance of studying the course you want.

With the above information, it will be easy for you to get admission into FUTA, I can guarantee you that. Most candidates don’t realize that a low JAMB score affects their chances, except for those from states that are listed as “educationally less developed.”

The FUTA cut-off mark is quite low, which means that you can easily get up to 180 in your JAMB, unlike other Federal institutions with the same level as FUTA, which nevertheless have a minimum cut-off mark of 180.

I’ve put all of the FUTA courses and the FUTA JAMB cut-off mark in a table so that both first-time candidates and people who have taken JAMB before can understand them.

FUTA JAMB Cut-off Mark for 2022/2023 Academic Session

School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology
Animal Prod. And Health180 and above
Agricultural & Resource Economics180 and above
Crop, Soil & Pest Management180 and above
Food Science & Tech.180 and above
Fisheries & Aquaculture180 and above
Forestry & Wood Tech.
Ecotourism & Wildlife Management180 and above
Research Farm180 and above
Agricultural Extension180 and above
School of Engineering and Engineering Technology
Agricultural Engineering180 and above
Civil Engineering180 and above
Electrical & Electronics Engr180 and above
Industrial and Production Engineering180 and above
Mechanical Engineering180 and above
Metallurgical & Material Engr.180 and above
Mining Engineering180 and above
School of Environmental Technology
Architecture180 and above
Building180 and above
Estate Management180 and above
Industrial Design180 and above
Quantity Surveying180 and above
Surveying & Geoinformatics180 and above
Urban & Regional Planning180 and above
School of Minerals and Earth Sciences
Applied Geophysics180 and above
Applied Geology180 and above
Meteorology180 and above
Marine Science & Technology180 and above
Remote Sensing & GIS180 and above
School of Management Technology
Accounting180 and above
Business Administration180 and above
Economics180 and above
Entrepreneurship Management Tech.180 and above
Project Management Technology180 and above
Transport Management Technology180 and above
School of Sciences
Statistics180 and above
General Studies180 and above
Mathematics180 and above
Microbiology180 and above
Chemistry180 and above
Biology180 and above
Biochemistry180 and above
Physics180 and above
School of Health & Health Technology
Department of Anatomy180 and above
Department of Biomedical Technology180 and above
Department of Physiology180 and above
School of Computing
Computer Science180 and above
Software Engineering180 and above
Cyber Security Science180 and above
Information Technology180 and above
Information Systems180 and above

The table above just clears up the confusion that candidates face when they ask if they are eligible for FUTA’s post-UTME screening exercise just because their JAMB score was low (180 and below).

This just means that you can take part in FUTA’s post-UTME as long as you get a score of at least 180, which is the current cut-off mark for all courses at FUTA.

I hope you understand this information about the FUTA cut-off score for the academic year 2022/2023. 

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