FUTO Cut Off Mark | FUTO departmental Cut Off Mark
FUTO Cut Off Mark
FUTO cut off mark is out for both the institution and her departments. The Federal University of Technology Owerri, popularly known as FUTO has released her cut off mark. We advise students who are aspiring to get admission in FUTO to have the knowledge of the cut off mark for their respective departments.
Cut off mark is an agreed score set by a particular institution as basics for admitting students into the department of study. This score is usually accredited to candidates based on their performance in a particular examination. However, students who have scored above the required cut off mark will be given admission and preferentially treated in the admission process above those who have met the exact cut off marks.
The minimum JAMB score requirement for FUTO is 180 and you are expected to beat this cut off mark far above it so that your chances of getting admitted will increase.
This is because any school will want to accept/admit those with higher scores before considering the lower scored students. To have higher luck, try to beat the cut off mark far above the normal cut off mark.
JAMB Fixed Cut-off Mark
JAMB cut off mark is the general cut off mark that is adopted by all departments in the university. The jamb cut off mark for FUTO is 180. This entails that once you score 180, with FUTO as your first choice then you can apply for their post utme screening exercise which comes after the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board JAMB must have released their results
FUTO Departmental Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
FUTO departmental cut off mark is the agreed cut off mark various departments adopted and normally use as a yardstick in Admitting candidate. FUTO departmental cut off mark is different from jamb general cut off mark. while jamb general cut off mark, which is 180 is applicable to all aspirants, departmental cut off marks vary and its largely influenced by the total number of candidates applying for a particular course.
FUTO Cut Off Mark for Various Departments 2020/2021
- Electrical/Electronics Engineering 220
- Mechanical Engineering 220
- Petroleum Engineering 210
- Science 210
- Civil Engineering 210
- Information Manag. Technology 210
- Chemical Engineering 200
- Optometry 200
- Biochemistry 190
- Dental Technology 180
- Public Health Technology 180
- Prosthesis & Orth. Technology 180
- Project Manag. Technology 180
- Ind. Microbiology 180
- Geology 180
- Material & Met. Engineering 180
- Polymer & Textile Engineering 180
- Agricultural Engineering 180
- Food Science & Technology 180
- Biotechnology 180
- Agric Economics 180
- Transport Manag. Technology 180
- Maritime Manag. Technology 180
- Financial Manag. Technology 180
- Biomedical Technology 180
- Ind. Physics 180
- Ind. Chemistry 180
- Biology 180
- Mathematics 180
- Science Laboratory 180
- Statistics 180
- Agric. Extension 180
- Animal Science Technology 180
- Crop Science Technology 180
- Fishery & Aq. Technology 180
- Forestry & Wildlife Technology 180
- Soil Science Technology 180
- Building Technology 180
- Environmental Technology 180
- Landscape Architectural Tech, 180
- Quantity Surveying Tech. 180
- Surveying & Geoinformatics 180
- Urban and Regional Planning 180
How the FUTO Post UTME is Conducted
the futo post utme screening exercise comes up a few months after the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board JAMB must have concluded their exams and must have released all results.
- The post utme form is sold for just 2,000 naira only which should be bought at accredited banks within and outside the school premises. please note that the 2,000 is not included in bank charges and processing fees.
- once the post UTME screening has been successfully over, what comes next is the FUTO merit list, this merit list contains the names of those who reached the FUTOdepartmental cut off mark.
I hope you know that FUTO releases a supplementary form after the release of their merit list, so get ready for it once you couldn’t see your name on the merit list.
Documents needed for FUTO clearance
- you will need all your original credentials or statement of result (WAEC, NECO and GCE Result)
- local government identification or certificate of origin which proves you are from such state
- Declaration of your age which you call birth certificate.
For further inquiry, visit the school’s website at www.futo.edu.ng
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