The official cut-off mark of Oke-Ogun Polytechnic is out. And in this post, we have clearly given you all you should know about both the JAMB and departmental cut-off marks.
So, if you already chose the school in JAMB or just planning to, I urge you to stick around and read this post carefully.
Oke-Ogun Polytechnic Saki JAMB Cut-Off Mark
|1||Accountancy||130 and above|
|2||Architecture||140 and above|
|3||Building Technology||120 and above|
|4||Estate Management||120 and above|
|5||Mathematics and Statistics||120 and above|
|6||Urban and Regional Planning||120 and above|
|7||Transport Planning and Management||120 and above|
|8||Business Administration||120 and above|
|9||Public Administration||120 and above|
|10||Local Government and Development Studies||120 and above|
|11||Food Science and Technology||130 and above|
The JAMB cut-off mark for Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki is 120. This means that the only candidates who are eligible to purchase the institution’s post-UTME form are ones who made at least 120 in UTME.
Hence those who made less can settle for other alternatives (if they choose). Since Oke-Ogun Poly offers part-time and full-time courses, they can apply for part-time instead of the other.
They also have the opportunity to totally change to another institution through JAMB change of course/institution form.
Departmental cut-off mark
Since various departments have their unique admission requirements, you need to pay attention to them.
While having a minimum of 120 in JAMB will push you through the screening level, it is not enough to win you admission. As a matter of fact, you must beat the cut-off point of your chosen department.
The table below shows the cut-off marks for different courses offered Oke-Ogun Polytechnic:
About the school
The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic Saki (TOPS) is a fully autonomous and government owned tertiary institution in Oyo State. It was established in 2013 to promote technical, engineering, science and business education.
The school has one campus and it is located in Saki, a town in the northern part of Oyo State. TOPS run part-time and full-time programme in different courses. While all the courses are approved for OND, some are not up to HND standard.