AAU Departmental Cutoff Marks For 2019/2020 Academic Session

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This is to inform the general public that the prestigious Ambrose Ali University (AAU) has officially release her 2018/2019 departmental cutoff mark. Notice on the just released AAU departmental cutoff marks was made to the public via the university’s website (www.aauekpoma.edu.ng) in September 2018. On this notice, candidates who applied for admission in Ambrose Ali University (AAU) are advised to assiduously go through the departmental cutoff mark below.

AAU Departmental cutoff mark for 2019/2020 academic session

For those who don’t know what AAU departmental cutoff mark is all about, note that AAU departmental cutoff marks are the minimum score given by the administrators of AAU for admitting students into her various faculties. Thus, if you do not score up to the departmental cutoff for your course, it is most likely that you will not be offered admission into the university.

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Is AAU cutoff mark for 2019/2020 session out?

The answer is no. Ambrose Alli University (AAU) has not yet released her 2019/2020 departmental cutoff marks. Nevertheless, I believe the cutoff mark will be out before the end of August 2019. So, if you want us to inform you whenever the cutoff mark is officially released, kindly subscribe to our newsletter below this post. Alternatively, you can keep on checking this page from time to time to know when they will be officially released.

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JAMB cutoff mark for AAU

JAMB cutoff mark for AAU is 180. What this means is that, before any student will be offered admission into AAU, he/she must score at least 180 in JAMB examination. Sometimes, students who do not score up to this cutoff marks are not even allowed to take AAU post UTME screening examination. Nonetheless, it should be noted that AAU is at the discretion to increase or decrease this cutoff mark given to her by JAMB.

AAU departmental cutoff mark for 2018/2019 academic session

AAU Cutoff mark is out

FACULTY OF ARTS

  • English – 50
  • History and International Studies – 40
  • Modern Languages – 40
  • Philosophy – 40
  • Religious Studies and Cultural Management – 40
  • Theatre & Media Arts – 50

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

  • Civil Engineering – 50
  • Elect/Elect. Engineering – 60
  • Industrial & Production Engineering – 50
  • Mechanical Engineering – 50

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

  • Animal Science – 40
  • Agric. Econs/Extension – 40
  • Crop Science – 40
  • Soil Science – 40

FACULTY LIFE SCIENCES

  • Biochemistry – 50
  • Botany – 40
  • Human Nutrition & Dietetics – 40
  • Microbiology – 50
  • Zoology – 40

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

  • Anatomy – 50
  • Med. Lab. Science – 60
  • Physiology – 50
  • Nursing – 65
  • Medicine & Surgery – 70

EDUCATION

  • Curriculum and Instruction – 40
  • Educational Foundation & Management – 40
  • Guidance and Counseling – 40
  • Library and Information Science – 40
  • Human and Kinetics Health Education – 40
  • Voc. & Technical Education – 40

FACULTY ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

  • Architecture – 50
  • Building – 40
  • Fine & Applied Arts – 40
  • Geography & Environmental Management – 40

FACULTY OF LAW

  • Law – 70

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

  • Accounting – 50
  • Banking & Finance – 50
  • Business Administration – 50
  • Public Administration – 50

FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES

  • Computer Science – 55
  • Chemistry – 40
  • Statistics – 40
  • Mathematics – 40
  • Industrial Chemistry – 40
  • Geophysics – 40
  • Physics – 40

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • Economics – 50
  • Political Science – 50
  • Psychology – 40
  • Sociology – 45

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How to calculate AAU Aggregate score

To calculate AAU aggregate score, simply divide your JAMB score by 8, divide your post UTME score by 2 and add the results together.

Let me give you a practical example:

If my JAMB score is 260 and my post UTME score is 60, my AAU aggregate will be calculated thus;

260/8 + 60/2 = 62.5 (this is my aggregate).

AAU admission requirements for 2019

While you are checking the official cutoff mark for admission, it is pertinent to note that AAU does not only consider cutoff marks when offering admission. Thus, to be offered admission into AAU, aspirants must meet the following admission requirements:

  • Candidates must make Ambrose Ali University (AAU) their first choice of institution.
  • Candidates must have at least 5 credits (English and mathematics inclusive) in their O’level result. Your O’level result can be your WAEC, NECO, GCE or NABTEB result.
  • UTME candidates must also take part in the university’s post UTME screening if the examination is said to be conducted.
  • Candidates must have attained the age of 16 to be offered admission into AAU. If you are not up to 16 yet, you will not be offered admission.
  • Candidates must come with a letter of recommendation from the secondary school they graduated.
  • Candidates must also come with a letter of reference written by any reputable person from their community.
  • Failure to do any of this will mitigate your chance of gaining admission into Ambrose Ali University (AAU).

Okay, that is all on AAU departmental cutoff mark for 2018/2019 academic session. Don’t forget to keep checking back on this page if you really want to know when AAU 2019/2020 departmental cutoff marks will be officially released.

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Well, my advised for you is that; you should apply for a change of course/institution form if your score is far below the cutoff point. However, if you know that your score is not too far or is above the cutoff point then just keep calm and pray. It is most likely that you will be admitted into the university this year. If you still have any question to ask, do ask me using the comment section below this post.

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  1. caps admission July 2, 2019
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