MOUAU Cut Off Mark For All Courses for 2020/2021 session is out. See MOUAU latest Jamb and departmental cut off point.
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike, MOUAU have announced admission cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session. Candidates who want apply for admission in MOUAU should read this post to see latest news on admission cut off mark.
Admissions will be given to only candidates that meet the requirements. Applicants with good JAMB and aptitude test results will see their names in the University’s merit list. Moreover, you have to work hard for this.
You can now read below for detailed information.
Two cut off marks will be used for admission. They includes;
- JAMB UTME cut off mark.
- Departmental / post UTME cut off marks.
See Also: MOUAU Post UTME Form
MOUAU JAMB UTME Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
The fixed JAMB cut off mark for MOUAU post UTME form is 180. The school will sell admission forms to candidates with 180 and above score in JAMB.
With 180 in JAMB, you can apply for any course in MOUAU. All you need to do is make the University (MOUAU) your first or second choice.
MOUAU Departmental Cut Off Marks 2020/2021
Good post UTME result will increase your chances of getting admission. Candidates who want to see their names in the University’s merit list must prepare very well for their exams.
As you know, MOUAU do not have the same cut off mark for all courses. Some competitive courses / departments need higher scores (results) while others do not require high results.
However, MOUAU 2020 cut off mark is between 50 and 70 for all departments.
In our next update, we are going to show you all MOUAU courses and their cut off marks.
Once 2020 cut off marks is released, we will teach you how to calculate MOUAU Cut Off.
See Also: MOUAU Courses
Please note that admission process will begin once the federal government is able to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.
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