Ahmadu Bello University JAMB cut off mark 2019/2020: Are you looking for official ABU cut off mark for 2019/2020 and the departmental cut off mark? Then, this article is for you and it covers everything you need to know about ABU.
The management of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) has finally released the JAMB cut off mark for the 2019/2020 admission exercise.
ABU JAMB cut off mark 2019/2020 is 180. This is according to the school official website – www.abu.edu.ng
There are a lot more you need to know about ABU cut off mark 2019.
This piece of write up will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about ABU, including: Ahmadu Bello University JAMB cut off mark 2019/2020, How to calculate ABU aggregate score and Ahmadu Bello University departmental cut off mark 2019/2020 e.t.c.
Just like I have mentioned earlier, the official JAMB cut off mark for ABU 2019 is 180 while some courses have higher JAMB cut off mark.
This means that you need to score a minimum of 180 in JAMB 2019 before you can apply for any course in ABU.
Can I apply to study in ABU with JAMB score below 180?
Answer: NO, you need to meet the minimum JAMB UTME requirements set by the school management to study in ABU which is 180.
Since the introduction of JAMB CAPS, every school is required to make JAMB score weighing at least 50% of the total aggregate score of their candidates.
The Ahmadu Bello University has employed a 50:50 JAMB and Post UTME system in calculating the aggregate point.
JAMB carries 50% and Post UTME carries 50% of the total aggregate score.
So, a good O’level result will help you get a higher aggregate score in UI.
Steps to calculate your ABU aggregate score below:
1.) Divide your JAMB score (out of 400) by 8
2.) Post UTME score is over 5
3.) Add the results in 1 and 2 above.
That is your aggregate score
That is how to calculate ABU Post UTME cut off mark aggregate score.
The management of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) has not released the departmental cut off marks for 2019/2020. If you check the official ABU website (www.abu.edu.ng), you will find out that the departmental cut off marks for 2019/2020 have not been released.
As a matter of fact, it will not be released until after the Post UTME exercise is completed as the departmental cut off marks are determined by the performance of candidates from each department.
So, ignore any information stating that ABU departmental cut off marks for 2019/2020 has been released.
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