Abia State University, ABSU cut off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session is finally out. Searching for ABSU Departmental Cut Off Marks? Here also is Abia State University, ABSU JAMB cut off marks for 2020/2021 academic Session.
Candidates who scored exactly or above ABSU cut off mark are automatically qualified and eligible to take the Abia State University ABSU Post UTME screening exercise, while those who get a score/marks below cutoff means you are not eligible or qualified for ABSU post UTME.
In this article, I will show you the latest official Abia State University, ABSU Departmental And JAMB Cut Off Marks for 2020/2021 Academic Session.
Also, Read: ABSU Post UTME Form 2020: When will it be out?
Is ABSU Cut Off Mark Out 2020/2021?
Yes ABSU Cut Off Marks for the 2020/2021 academic session is out.
This is to inform the general public that the prestigious Abia State University also known as ABSU has finally announced the release of her 2020 departmental cut off marks couple with their JAMB cut off mark.
ABSU JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
Abia State University, ABSU JAMB cut off mark for 2020/2021 is 180. This means that for you to stand a chance of being given admission to study any course in ABSU, You must have scored a minimum of 180 and above in the just concluded JAMB UTME examinations.
However, Candidates that didn’t score upto 180 still have hope of getting admission as they are few Univerities that Accept 160 cut off marks and even below.
ABSU Departmental Cut Off Marks For 2020/2021
The truth still stands that for few years now, ABSU have not made their departmental cutoff mark public. If we should judge with previous years, then we will be right to say the departmental cutoff mark for 2019 will not be made public.
However, we can still trace the JAMB cut off marks for various departments as shown below:
|FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION|
|Banking & Finance||200|
|FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE|
|Animal Science & Fisheries||190|
|Agric. Economics & Extension||190|
|Crop Production & Protection||180|
|Food Science & Technology||190|
|FACULTY OF EDUCATION|
|Education/Administration & Planning||180|
|Education/Management & Planning||180|
|Education/English & Literature||180|
|Education/Guidance & Counselling||180|
|Education/History & International Relations||180|
|Education/Fine & Applied Arts||180|
|FACULTY OF BIOLOGICAL & PHYSICAL SCIENCES|
|Animal & Environmental Biology||200|
|Plant Science & Biotechnology||220|
|FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES|
|Building Technology & Civil Engineering||190|
|Environmental Resources Management||200|
|Fine & Applied Arts||200|
|Urban & Regional Planning||200|
|Geography & Planning||210|
|FACULTY OF LAW|
|FACULTY OF MEDICINE|
|Medicine & Surgery||240|
|FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES|
|English Language & Literature||200|
|Foreign Language & Translation Studies||190|
|Government & Public Administration||200|
|History & International Relations||200|
|Linguistics & Communication studies||200|
|Library & Information Science||200|
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