JAMB Cut Off Mark for Agricultural Engineering 2024 Admission

JAMB Cut Off Mark for Agricultural Engineering 2024 Admission – Here is all you need to know about the approved JAMB cut off mark for Agricultural Engineering for all schools for the 2024/2025 academic session.

JAMB and departmental cut-off mark for Agricultural Engineering 2024/2025 for all schools and Agricultural Engineering cut off point in Nigerian Universities is out.

In this article, we’ll show you the JAMB score that you need for Agricultural Engineering admission this year and Agricultural Engineering admission requirements for Federal, State and Private Universities in Nigeria.

Furthermore, you will know the JAMB score that guarantees admission to study Agricultural Engineering even without CONNECTION.

JAMB Cut off Mark for Agricultural Engineering 2024/2025 Academic Session

Below is the approved Agricultural Engineering cut off-mark for all schools:

1.         Agricultural Engineering Cut off mark for Federal Universities 150-400
2.         Agricultural Engineering Cut off mark for state Universities 150-400
3.         Agricultural Engineering cut off mark for Private Universities 120-400

Schools And Agricultural Engineering Cut Off Mark

JAMB cut off mark for Agricultural Engineering for the 2024/2025 admission is 150 and above.

If you scored 150 or 150 above in the just concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), you can apply for admission to study Agricultural Engineering.

However, each university has Agricultural Engineering cut off mark, and admission requirements.

For instance, to be eligible to apply for Agricultural Engineering at UNILAG, you must score at least 200 in the UTME.

Post UTME Cut Off Mark for Agricultural Engineering 2024

To pursue an Agricultural Engineering degree, you must meet the Post UTME cut off mark of 200 or higher.

Post UTME Form for all Schools

Requirements to Study Agricultural Engineering in Nigeria

JAMB Agricultural Engineering Cut Off Mark for 2024 Admission - Here is all you need to know about the approved JAMB cut off mark for Agricultural Engineering for all schools for the 2024/2025 academic session.

  1. To be eligible to study Agricultural Engineering, you must have a minimum of five (5) credits in your O’Level results, which can be from WAECNECO, or NABTEB. These credits must include English Language and Mathematics.
  2. Your O’level must not exceed two (2) sittings. (some universities accept only one (1) sitting).
  3. Be at least 16 years of age at the time of admission.

What is a Good JAMB Score For Agricultural Engineering?

A good JAMB score to study Agricultural Engineering in 2024/2025 is 250 or above.

Regardless of the above, it’s important to note that admission into Agricultural Engineering programme or degree is not solely based on JAMB score.

What is a Good JAMB Score For Agricultural Engineering?

Other factors like performance in post-UTME or screening, the general performance of students in JAMB, the required number of students, and the state of origin of the candidate are also considered.

Therefore, it is advisable to aim for a higher score to improve your chances of gaining admission to study Agricultural Engineering.

Conclusion

JAMB score alone isn’t enough for Agricultural Engineering admission!

It’s easier to gain admission with a UTME score as low as 150 to study Agricultural Engineering in some private universities.

However, you must have scored at least 200 or above for Federal and state universities.

We hope you found our article to be helpful.

Read Also:

  1. Universities that Accept 140 Cut Off Mark
  2. Universities that Accept 150 Cut Off Mark
  3. Universities that Do Not Write Post UTME
  4. List of School Whose Post UTME is Out
  5. JAMB Cut Off Mark for All School is Out

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