ATBU Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2020/2021 — JAMB & Departmental Cut Off Point Is Out
Abubakar Tafawa Belewa University, ATBU cut off marks for the 2020/2021 admission screening exercise have been released online.
Interested candidates who wish to apply for admission into the university should read this post. This article explains everything you need to know about ATBU post UTME cut off point.
This is one of the eligibility criteria to gain admission. ATBU offers admission to candidates that meet admission cut off marks.
Some candidates are saying; I meet ATBU cut off mark but was not offered admission. Some courses are very competitive. Therefore, ATBU will give admission with candidates with best results.
Once space is filled up, other candidates will be given admission in other relevant departments. This means that, the higher the JAMB and post UTME score, the better the chances of being offered admission.
ATBU JAMB UTME Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
JAMB fixed cut off mark for ATBU is 180. It is best when you score above this minimum cut off mark if you want to see your name in the University’s merit / first batch admission list.
Candidates with better JAMB result will be given priority in admission screening exercise.
ATBU Departmental Cut Off Marks 2020/2021
ATBU often set cut off marks after aptitude test. The cut off mark will depend on general performance of candidates in their exams.
However, those with good UTME & post UTME will be given admission faster.
See post UTME / aptitude test cut off marks for some programmes in ATBU below.
Faculty of law
Law — 240 and above.
Faculty of medical sciences cut off marks.
Nursing, Medicine, Anatomy — 250 and above.
ATBU faculty of engineering cut off marks
Mechanical engineering, computer science / engineering, Agriculture engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering and other engineering departments.
ATBU faculty of Sciences cut off mark
Industrial physics, industrial chemistry, geology, Microbiology, biochemistry, medical laboratory technology etc.
Note: The cut off mark solely depend on the number (Statistics) that applied for admission in a particular year.
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