Getting to know the cut-off mark of your dream school is a great step towards achieving your goal for admission. So, you are on the right track if you are in search of the cut-off mark of the university you feel is best for you.
With that said, if you have been in search of the JAMB cut-off mark of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), then you have met the right post.
In this post, we have carefully discussed all you should know, not just about JAMB cut-off mark but all the departmental cut-off mark of FUNAAB. We have also taken a good time to answer some of those questions you might have about admissions in this university of agriculture.
With these pack of information before you, I urge you to read along. Now, let’s get to business.
WHAT IS THE JAMB CUT OFF MARK OF FUNAAB?
The JAMB cut-off mark of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) is 180. The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB has made 180 a benchmark for all Nigerian universities.
Therefore, if a candidate seeking admission into FUNAAB does not make up to 180 points in the JAMB UTME, he or she will have to settle for a Polytechnic, Monotechnic or College of Education. There is also an option of waiting for the next year’s round of the exam, but I am sure that will not be your portion. You will be admitted in the institution of your choice.
Even though 180 is the minimum mark a candidate must have, in order to stand a chance of gaining admission into any Nigerian university, various departments in each institution have their cut-off marks. So even if you have made up to 180, it is not yet a certainty that you’ll gain admission; I would say the departmental cut-off marks play more huge role.
Let’s now find out what these departmental cut-off marks are.
FUNAAB Departmental Cut-off Marks
|Agricultural Economics and Farm Management||180|
|Agricultural Extension and Rural Development||180|
|Animal Production and Health||180|
|Aquaculture and Fisheries Management||180|
|Animal Breeding and Genetics||180|
|Environmental Management and Toxicology||180|
|Forestry and Wildlife Management||180|
|Pasture and Range Management||180|
|Plant Breeding and Seed Technology||180|
|Plant Physiology and Crop Production||180|
|Soil Science and Land Management||180|
|Water Resources Management and Agro-meteorology||180|
|Food Science and Technology||200|
|Hospitality and Tourism Management||200|
|Nutrition and Dietetics||200|
|Home Science Management||200|
|Banking and Finance||200|
|Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering||200|
FUNAAB means Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. FUNAAB like Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike is an agricultural research university designed to boost the agricultural research and food security of Nigeria.
This university however, is one of the 42 Federal universities in Nigeria. Located in the heart of Ogun State, Abeokuta, FUNAAB was established in the year 1988 alongside the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
The school has continued to grow from strength to strength, breaking broundaries in research and science. Today, the University records about 115,100 students. Of course, you will be enlisted as one of the students of this prestigious university if you play your part well.
FACULTIES IN FUNAAB
Although Funaab is an agricultural research university, it has some other departments in science and engineering which all play around the duty of ensuring food security in Nigeria.
Let’s get on and find out these faculties in FUNAAB:
- College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development
- College of Plant Science and Crop Production
- College of Biological Sciences
- College of Food Sciences and Human Ecology
- College of Veterinary Medicine
- College of Engineering and Engineering Technology
- College of Physical Sciences
- College of Animal Science and Livestock Production
- College OF Environmental Resources Management
- College of Management Sciences
Several departments are underlisted in all of these faculties or schools – as you may call it. FUNAAB can really be a University to be and I am sure you aren’t on the wrong track.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How many questions are asked in FUNAAB post UTME?
FUNAAB post UTME is composed of 5 subjects in which you are required to answer a total of 50 questions. That is to say, each subject has 10 questions.
How is FUNAAB post UTME aggregate calculated?
FUNAAB aggregate is calculated by getting the average of your JAMB and post UTME scores.
This is done by adding your JAMB score and post UTME score. Now divide the resulting sum by 2. There you have your FUNAAB aggregate.
Is FUNAAB competitive?
Yes, FUNAAB is competitive. It is a federal university with good reputation and as such, many students wants provisional admission offer in the university.
To have an edge over other applicants,
- Choose the university as your first choice of university during JAMB registration. When you cannot do that because you already chose another institution, then you must wait for the JAMB change of course/institution form.
- Pass your JAMB well, at least with the 200 points. In case you are sure how to scale through JAMB successfully, this guide on how to pass JAMB can be of great help to you.
- Read and prepare for your post UTME. Make sure you smash it as well.
- Meet all the requirements stipulated for admission into the school.
- Pray and be optimistic that you’ll be admitted. Being pessimistic is already a failure from your own end.
At this point in this in this read, I’ll presume you have come to know all would want to know about FUNAAB JAMB cut-off mark and the departmental cut-off marks too.
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