Last Updated on July 13, 2020 by Oyeniyi Michael Barry
FUTA Cut Off Mark 2020: Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA cut off mark (both JAMB and Departmental) for the 2020/2021 session admission exercise. If you scored exactly or above the prescribed cut off mark for the department you applied for, that means you are may be considered for admission, and getting marks below cut off means you may not be considered for admission.
Information reaching us today shows that the Federal University of Technology, Akure (Also called FUTA) has released her 2020/2021 departmental cuto mark for all courses.
FUTA departmental cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session was made known to the general public by the university management in October 2020.
Have known this, every student who took part in FUTA 2020/2020 screening examination is highly advised to check the cutoff mark for their departments below, to know whether they will be offered admission through the university’s first admission list or not.
Is FUTA cut Off mark for 2020/2021 out?
No! The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) has not yet released her 2020/2021 Departmental cut Off mark for all courses.
However, it is very certain that the university will release her cutoff mark before the end of November 2020. Thus, if you want us to inform you when the cutoff mark is out, i advise you to continue checking this page from time to time.
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What is JAMB cutoff mark for FUTA?
We are pleased to inform the general public especially aspirants of the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) that the JAMB cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session is 200.
So, before any student can be offered admission into FUTA through JAMB CAPS, that student must score up to 200 in JAMB UTME.
It should be noted that scoring up to 200 does not guarantee your admission into FUTA. If you want to gain admission into the university, you must meet other requirements given by the university management to all aspirants.
FUTA Departmental Cutoff Mark 2019/2020
Faculty of Engineering and Engineering Technology, SEET
- AGE – 55.12
- CPE – 69.62
- CVE – 71.87
- EEE – 74.37
- ICT – 49.75
- IPE – 47.5
- MEE – 73.75
- MME – 54.87
- MNE – 54.75
Faculty of Health and Mineral Sciences, SEMS
- AGP – 47.5
- AGY – 47.5
- MST – 47.5
- MCS – 47.5
- RSG – 47.5
Faculty of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, SAAT
- AEC – 47
- APH – 55.37
- ARE – 47.5
- CSP – 47.5
- EWM – 47.
- 5FAT – 47.5
- FST – 58.12
- FWT – 47.5
Faculty of Environmental Technology, SET
- ARC – 72.87
- BDG – 56.62
- ESM – 47.5
- IDD – 53.25
- QSV – 57
- SVG – 64.25
- URP – 52.87
Faculty of Computing, SOC
- CSC – 69
- IFT – 63.75
- IFS – 63.75
- CSS – 63.75
- SEN – 63.75
Faculty of Science, SOS
- BCH – 63.37
- BIO – 47.5
- BTH – 47.5
- CHE – 47.5
- MCB – 63
- MTS – 59
- PHY – 47.5S
- TA – 47.5
Faculty of Health and Health Technology, SHHT
- ANA – 59.5
- BIM – 47.5
- PHS – 57.25
How to calculate FUTA Post UTME Aggregate
Many students find it very difficult to calculate FUTA post UTME aggregate because the process is apparently not very easy. Nevertheless, in this section, I will teach you how to calculate your FUTA screening aggregate in a very lucid way. Now, here we go.
To calculate FUTA aggregate;
Get you O’level point using the grading system below:
- A1 – 6 Point
- B2 – 5 Points
- B3 – 4 Points
- C4 – 3 Points
- C5 – 2 Points
- C6 – 1 point
Maximum point is 30.
You are to calculate your O’level score for only your 5 major subjects (That is, those subjects related to the course you want to study in school).
After getting your O’level point, covert it to percentage.
For example, if your total point is 25, what you have to do in other to convert it to a percentage, is divide it by the total point (30) and multiply it by 100. That is, 25/30 * 100 = 83.33%.
Now, calculate your UTME score by dividing it by 4. For example, if your UTME score is 230, divide 230 by 4. 230/4 = 57%.
Finally, you have to add your total score in O’level and UTME and divide by 2. So using the example above, your final post UTME aggregate will be;
83.33 * 57 / 2 = 70.2
That becomes your aggregate.
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- FUTO departmental cut off mark for all courses 2020/2021 academic session.
- UNN department cut off mark for 2020 session.
- UNILAG departmental cut off mark for all 2020/2021 academic session.
Yeah! That is FUTA departmental cut off mark for the 2019/2020 academic session. Like I will always say, don’t forget to keep checking on this page, if you want us to inform you when FUTA departmental cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session will be out.
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