FUNAAB Cut Off Mark For Medicine (2024)

FUNAAB Cut Off Mark For Medicine

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Are you setting your sights on studying Medicine at the prestigious Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB)?

Then understanding the cut-off mark for admission is crucial. But with information scattered across the web, it can be confusing.

Fear not! This blog post cuts through the clutter and provides you with everything you need to know about FUNAAB’s cut-off mark for Medicine in 2024.


The Official JAMB Cut-Off Mark:

As of today, October 26, 2023, FUNAAB hasn’t announced their departmental cut-off marks for the 2024/2025 academic session.

However, the minimum JAMB cut-off mark for all programs is 160. This means securing at least 160 in your UTME is mandatory for eligibility, but it’s not a guarantee for securing a spot in Medicine.

FUNAAB, like most competitive universities, sets departmental cut-off marks separate from the JAMB requirement.

These departmental thresholds are usually significantly higher than the university-wide mark, especially for popular courses like Medicine.

While the official 2024 cut-off for Medicine hasn’t been released, expect it to be considerably higher than 160.


What You Can Do Now:

While the official cut-off is yet to be announced, here are some proactive steps:

  • Aim high in your JAMB: Scoring closer to 300 in UTME significantly boosts your chances.
  • Stay updated: Regularly check FUNAAB’s official website and admission portal for announcements.
  • Consider Post-UTME performance: Excellent performance in the university’s Post-UTME screening can strengthen your application.
  • Prepare for competition: Focus on subjects relevant to Medicine and practice past Post-UTME questions.
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When will the official cut-off mark for Medicine be released?

Historically, FUNAAB releases Departmental cut-off marks alongside the Post-UTME screening announcement, usually around May/June.

What is the average cut-off mark for Medicine in previous years?

Due to varying applicant pools and program capacities, past cut-offs may not be a reliable indicator. Aiming above 280 in UTME is recommended.

Does FUNAAB consider catchment areas?

Yes, indigenes of Ogun State and its neighboring states may have a slight advantage due to the “catchment area” policy. However, academic merit remains the primary selection criterion.

What are my chances if I don’t meet the cut-off for Medicine?

Consider alternative courses within your desired field or explore other universities offering Medicine. Remember, there are various paths to pursuing your medical dream.

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