The Adamawa State University (AHU) is a premier institution of higher learning in Nigeria. It is located in Mubi, Adamawa State, and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
The AHU cut off mark is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to be considered for admission into the university. The cut off mark varies from department to department, and it is usually announced by the university after the UTME results have been released.
For the 2023/2024 academic session, the AHU cut off mark is as follows:
- Faculty of Science: 180
- Faculty of Engineering: 170
- Faculty of Agriculture: 160
- Faculty of Arts and Humanities: 150
- Faculty of Social Sciences: 140
Please note that these are just the minimum cut off marks. The actual cut off marks may be higher, depending on the number of qualified candidates.
In addition to the UTME score, candidates must also meet the following requirements for admission into AHU:
- They must have a minimum of five O’level credits in relevant subjects.
- They must pass the AHU post-UTME screening test.
The AHU post-UTME screening test is usually conducted in July or August. Candidates can register for the screening test online through the university’s website.
The AHU admission process is competitive. Candidates are advised to start preparing for their UTME and post-UTME screening test early.
Here are some tips for preparing for the AHU cut off mark:
- Study hard for your UTME and post-UTME screening test.
- Practice past UTME and post-UTME screening test questions.
- Join a study group or hire a tutor.
- Get enough sleep and eat healthy foods.
- Believe in yourself and stay positive.
If you are unable to meet the AHU cut off mark, there are a few other options available to you:
- You can apply to another university with a lower cut off mark.
- You can retake the UTME and try to improve your score.
- You can consider taking a foundation program.
Foundation programs are year-long programs that are designed to prepare students for university-level study.
I hope this blog post has been helpful. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below.
Please note that the information in this blog post is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute official advice from AHU.
Candidates are advised to consult the university’s website for the most up-to-date information on admissions.