UNIABUJA cut off mark 2019/2020 for all courses: Are you looking for the official UNIABUJA JAMB cut off mark for 2019/2020 and the departmental cut off mark? Then, this article will cover everything you have been searching for.
The management of The University Of Abuja (UNIABUJA) has released the JAMB cut off mark for the 2019/2020 admission exercise.
UNIABUJA JAMB cut off mark for 2019/2020 is 180. This is according to UNIABUJA official website portal – www.uniabuja.edu.ng
The cut off mark above is the one used for 2018/2019 admission process and it will most likely be used this year too.
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There is a lot more you need to know about UNIABUJA cut off mark 2019.
This article will discuss everything including:
- University Of Abuja JAMB cut off mark 2019/2020
- How to calculate UNIABUJA aggregate score
- UNIABUJA post utme cut off mark 2019 e.t.c
No time to waste, let’s get started.
UNIABUJA Cut Off Mark 2019/2020
Just like I have mentioned earlier, the official JAMB cut off mark for UNIABUJA 2019 is 180. This means that you need to score a minimum of 180 in JAMB 2019 before you can apply for any course in UNIABUJA.
Can I apply to study in UNIABUJA with score below 180?
The answer is simply NO. You need to meet the minimum JAMB UTME requirements set by the school management to study in UNIABUJA.
How To Calculate UNIABUJA Aggregate Score 2019
Since the introduction of JAMB CAPS, every school is required to make JAMB score weigh at least 50% of the total aggregate score of their candidates.
The new way of calculating UNIABUJA aggregate score has not been released yet. However, it is sure that JAMB UTME result will carry 50% of your aggregate.
The other 50% will be for Post, O’level or both.
Now, let’s move to the final part.
UNIABUJA Departmental Cut Off Marks 2019/2020
The management of The University Of Abuja has not released the departmental cut off marks for 2019/2020. When it is out, it will be released on the school official website www.uniabuja.edu.ng and updated on this blog.
So, discard any information stating that the departmental cut off marks for 2019/2020 has been released. Most of them are announcing 2018 cut off marks.
As a matter of fact, it will not be released until after the Post UTME exercise is completed as the departmental cut off marks are determined by the performance of candidates by candidates from each department.
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UNIABUJA JAMB Cut Off Mark 2019/2020 FAQS
1. I scored 180 but was not admitted
Does scoring 180 and above guarantee admission into The University Of Abuja? The answer is NO.
Scoring 180 is the minimum UTME requirement and you require more than that to gain admission into UNIABUJA.
In fact, some competitive courses require that you score far more than 180 in UTME.
2. How Do I Gain Admission Into UNIABUJA
In order to gain admission to study any course in UNIABUJA, you have to meet the departmental requirement i.e you have to meet the departmental cut off mark released.
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