Did you choose Kenpoly in the last JAMB registration, or are just planning to?
Do you wonder also wonder what the cut-off mark of the Polytechnic is?
If yes, then this post is for you.
On this page, you will learn everything about the JAMB and departmental cut-off marks of the institution.
Ken Sarowiwa JAMB Cut-off mark
The minimum score that a candidate seeking admission in Ken Sarowiwa Polytechnic should score in JAMB is 120.
However, if you score less than 120 you automatically become ineligible to proceed with other admission exercises. But that should not be the end.
Instead of giving up, such candidates who couldn’t make up to this cut-off mark can change to another institution. They can also apply for diploma or part-time programme instead of full-time programme.
Departmental cut-off mark
You will be offered admission based on the aggregate of your JAMB and post-UTME scores. So, when it is below the standard set for you department, you are automatically disqualified.
However, here below is list of expected cut-off marks Fr different courses offered in KENPOLY, Bori:
|1||Accounting||120 and above|
|2||Banking and Finance||120 and above|
|3||Business Administration and Management||120 and above|
|4||Marketing||120 and above|
|5||Office Technology and Management||120 and above|
|6||Insurance||120 and above|
|7||Mass Communication||140 and above|
|8||Computer Science||120 and above|
|9||Science Laboratory Technology||140 and above|
|10||Statistics||120 and above|
|11||Estate Management||120 and above|
|12||Civil Engineering||150 and above
|13||Electrical/Electronics Engineering||150 and above|
|14||Mechanical Engineering||150 and above|
About the school
The institution, Ken Sarowiwa Polytechnic was established in May 1988 as River State Polytechnic. In 2015, Gob. Nyesom Wike signed a law that changed its name to the present one.
The public tertiary institution is located in Bori city in Khana LGA of the State. Nonetheless, the school has two campuses.
The courses taken in the school are recognised and approved by the National Board of Technical Education (NBTE).