FUNAAB Departmental Admission Cut-Off Marks Is Out – 2016/2017

Posted in Campus Extra   |   By Diamondleon   |   Jul 1, 2016   |   0 Comments

 

Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Admission Cut-Off Marks Is Out

The FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for all courses 2016/17 has been released by the Federal University of Agriculture, FUNAAB authorities.
To be eligible for Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Pre-Admission Screening Exercise, candidates must have sat for the 2016/2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and scored a minimum of 180 marks for the following programmes:

Agricultural Economics and Farm Management,
Agricultural Extension and Rural Development,
Animal Nutrition,
Animal Physiology,
Animal Production and Health,
Aquaculture and Fisheries Management,
Animal Breeding and Genetics,
Agricultural Administration,
Crop Protection,
Environmental Management and Toxicology,
Forestry and Wildlife Management,
Horticulture,
Pasture and Range Management,
Plant Breeding and Seed Technology,
Plant Physiology and Crop Production,
Soil Science and Land Management,
Water Resources Management and Agro-meteorology


Candidates must have also scored a minimum of 200 marks for the following programmes:

Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Microbiology
Computer Science
Mathematics
Statistics
Physics
Food Science and Technology
Home Science and Management
Hospitality and Tourism
Nutrition and Dietetics
Agricultural Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mechatronic Engineering
Veterinary Medicine
Accounting
Business Administration
Banking and Finance
Economics
Entrepreneurial Studies

Hence from the following we can deduce that:
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for biochemistry is 200
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for biology is 200
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for chemistry is 200
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for microbiology is 200
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for computer science is 200
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for mathematics is 200
FUNAAB Cut-Off Mark for economics is 200

NOTE: Candidate who chose Bio-Chemistry, Biology or Microbiology but scored between 180 and 199 may be considered for Agricultural programmes if they are interested.

2016/2017 (Departmental)


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