If you want to be sure about what the official JAMB and departmental cut-off marks of Taraba State Polytechnic, Suntai is, then you’re on the right page. In this article, you will learn all you need to know.
Besides, what determines whether you will be given admission or not are primarily your scores in JAMB and post-UTME. If the aggregate of these two tests do not meet the requirement, then you will lose out.
Taraba State Polytechnic JAMB cut-off mark
|1||Architecture||130 and above|
|2||Building Construction and Quantity Surveying||120 and above|
|3||Surveying and Geo-Informatics||120 and above|
|4||Mechanical Engineering||140 and above|
|5||Agric Technology||120 and above|
|6||Electrical Engineering||140 and above|
|7||Computer Science||120 and above|
|8||Mathematics/Statistics||120 and above|
|9||Science Laboratory Technology||130 and above|
|10||Accountancy||130 and above|
|11||Business Administration||120 and above|
|12||Public Administration||120 and above|
|13||Office Technology and Management||120 and above|
The official JAMB cut-off mark of Taraba State Polytechnic, Suntai is 120. The school made this statement via the list of admission requirements they published for 2020/2021 session.
This means that the only category of applicants that will be considered are those who made from 120 upwards in UTME. However, those fell below might want to look at available alternatives.
They can apply for diploma programme, or buy JAMB change of institution form, and switch to a private polytechnic or to a college of education.
Departmental cut-off mark
You need to have at least 120 JAMB score to be eligible for the polytechnic’s screening. However, your aggregate score from JAMB and post-UTME must beat the cut-off mark of your target department.
The figures contained in the table above should serve as a guide towards knowing the cut-off marks for different courses offered in the school.
About the polytechnic
Taraba State Polytechnic is a public tertiary institution located in Suntai, a town in Taraba State. It was established in 1994 by the State’s government.
The school branched off by converting the Technical Education department of the College of Education, Jalingo to its College of Science and Technology.
Presently, it is a school of thousands of students from different backgrounds. They offer courses in areas of engineering, applied science and technology, environmental studies, administrative and business studies.