Adekunle Ajasin University (AAU) 2023/2024 Cut Off Mark

Adekunle Ajasin University (AAU) 2023/2024 Cut Off Mark

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Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), is a renowned institution of higher learning in Nigeria, attracting a large pool of aspiring students each year.

The admissions process at AAUA involves a comprehensive evaluation of candidates’ academic performance and suitability for the chosen programs.

Understanding the university’s cut-off marks is crucial for students to make informed decisions and enhance their chances of securing admission.


Understanding the Cut-Off Mark System

AAUA employs a two-tier cut-off mark system for admissions, comprising the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) cut-off mark and the university’s departmental cut-off mark.

JAMB Cut-Off Mark

The JAMB cut-off mark is the minimum score required by JAMB for candidates to be eligible to apply for any course at AAUA. For the 2023/2024 academic session, the general JAMB cut-off mark for AAUA is 160.

However, individual departments within the university may have higher cut-off marks, including Law, which often requires a score of 250 or above.

AAUA Departmental Cut-Off Mark

The AAUA departmental cut-off mark is the minimum score set by the specific department for candidates to be considered for admission into that program.

This cut-off mark is typically higher than the general JAMB cut-off mark,reflecting the competitive nature of certain programs.

AAUA 2023/2024 Cut-Off Marks

For the 2023/2024 academic session, AAUA has released its official cut-off marks for various programs.

These marks are subject to change and may vary depending on the specific program and year. However, the general cut-off marks for various categories of applicants are as follows:

  • UTME Candidates with AAUA as First Choice: 160

  • Direct Entry Candidates with AAUA as First Choice: 160

  • Willing to Change First Choice to AAUA: 160

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Factors Affecting Cut-Off Marks

Several factors can influence the cut-off marks for various programs at AAUA, including:

  • Number of Applicants: The number of applicants vying for limited spaces in a particular program impacts the cut-off mark.

  • Overall Performance of Applicants: The overall performance of applicants in the JAMB UTME and university-specific screening exercises influences the cut-off mark.

  • Availability of Spaces: The availability of spaces in a particular program determines the cut-off mark.

  • Reputation of the Department: Departments with a strong reputation and established track record may attract more applicants, potentially raising cut-off marks.

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