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AAUA Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024 Academic Season

AAUA Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024

Aspiring students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA) can now heave a sigh of relief as the institution has officially released its cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session. The cut-off marks serve as a benchmark for determining the eligibility of candidates seeking admission into the university.

JAMB Cut-Off Mark

The general JAMB cut-off mark for AAUA for the 2023/2024 academic session is 160. This means that candidates who scored 160 and above in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) are eligible to apply for admission into AAUA, provided they meet the specific departmental cut-off marks.

Departmental Cut-Off Marks

Apart from the general JAMB cut-off mark, each department in AAUA has its own departmental cut-off mark. These departmental cut-off marks vary depending on the competitiveness of the department and the number of applicants.

Here’s a table showing the departmental cut-off marks for some of the most popular courses at AAUA:

CourseDepartmental Cut-Off Mark
Medicine and Surgery314
Engineering Courses256-263
Social Sciences Courses240-265
Management Sciences Courses212-218

Please note that these are just a few examples, and the complete list of departmental cut-off marks can be found on the AAUA website.

Eligibility Criteria

In addition to meeting the cut-off marks, candidates must also meet the following general eligibility criteria to apply for admission into AAUA:

  • Possess a minimum of five (5) O’level credits in relevant subjects, including English Language and Mathematics, at not more than two sittings.
  • Must have chosen AAUA as their first choice institution in the 2023 UTME.

Application Process

The application process for admission into AAUA is usually announced on the university’s website. Eligible candidates are required to purchase the application form and complete it online. They will also be required to upload their O’level results and other relevant documents.

Meeting the AAUA cut-off marks is an important step towards gaining admission into the university. However, it is important to note that meeting the cut-off marks does not guarantee admission. The university also considers other factors, such as the candidate’s UTME score, O’level results, and performance in the post-UTME screening exercise.

Aspiring students are advised to stay updated on the latest information from AAUA regarding the admission process and to prepare diligently for both the UTME and the post-UTME screening exercise.

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