LAUTECH Cut Off Mark. The university management have released approved JAMB and departmental cut off marks for the 2020/2021 academic year. Candidates seeking for admission into 100 level must meet the minimum point for admission.
This post explains everything you need to know about JAMB and aptitude test requirements. First, let us informed you that admission will be offered to all candidates that meet eligibility criteria for admission.
You have to read this post carefully for better understanding on how LAUTECH Admission Works. If you scored exactly or above the fixed cut off point, it means you’re qualified for admission.
If you want to see your name in the University’s merit list, you must choose LAUTECH as 1st or 2nd choice in UTME.
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LAUTECH Cut Off Mark For JAMB
As per Ladoke Akintola University of Technology ( LAUTECH), the minimum point you need for admission is 180.
In addition, you need to meet O-level requirements for admission. This includes; minimum of 5 credit passes at relevant subjects including Mathematics and English Language.
Those who scored below 180 but Interested in studying in other university can still apply for JAMB change of Institution.
LAUTECH Departmental Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
What is departmental cut off mark?
This is the minimum score every student must reach after Putme exams otherwise called aptitude test. However, every departments fixed their own cut off point. It is important you learn how to calculate your aggregate (total) results.
Only candidates that reach the merit cut off mark will qualify for final admission screening. See departments in LAUTECH and aggregate score requirements.
- Law — 240
- Medicine & Surgery — 250
- Pharmacy — 240
- Political Science — 200
- Engineering — 220, except Agricultural Engineering which is 200
- Economics, Accountancy / Accounting, Marketing, Statistics — 190
- Biochemistry, Medlab, Microbiology, Education — 190
- Mass Communication, Geology etc — 180
See Also: LAUTECH Post UTME Form
To see more updated cut off marks, visit this page often.
Didn’t see your department / course in the list above? Don’t worry, just comment with your course using the comment section below and we will tell you the cut off mark / point you need to reach.
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