Akanu Ibiam Federal Poly Cut off Mark 2021/2022 and Departmental Cut off Point – UWANAPOLY

Akanu Ibiam Federal Poly Cut off Mark 2021/2022 and Departmental Cut off Point – UWANAPOLY

Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana Afikpo departmental cut off mark 2021/2022

Having seen your JAMB result either via the innovative means brought by JAMB where you get your results via SMS or via JAMB portal the next thing is to weigh the available options on ground based on your JAMB score.

Akanu Ibiam Federal Poly Cut off Mark 2019/2020 and Departmental Cut off Point - UWANAPOLY

Its no news that most Nigerian student wants to further their education through a reputable universities leaving only a few who really want to pass through the four walls of Polytechnic.

Actually polytechnic remains one of the best and only places to gain technological knowledge and experience on how to handle real life situation while in university students are mostly thought on theoretical aspects ; polytechnics deals with the practical aspect because at the end of the day they will be at the field work rather than formulation of policies.

Today we will be looking at the departmental cut off mark of the Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana Afikpo mostly referred to as UWANAPOLY.

Its very necessary you check what this year’s departmental cut off mark will be like which will help you plan your studies and also prepare adequately for the post UTME screening exercise and other stringent requirements necessary for admission.

UWANAPOLY departmental cut off /JAMB cut off mark 2021/2022

UWANAPOLY is an interesting institution that has lots of competition hence the cut off mark is extremely high and demanding more than most polytechnics you could ever think of.

The general cut off mark is 150, although we expect something lower than this. Be it as it may if there is any changes we are going to update this page instantly.

Accountancy 150 and above
Agricultural Technology 150 and above
Architectural Technology 150 and above
Building Technology 150 and above
Business Administration and Management 150 and above
Banking and Finance 150 and above
Marketing 150 and above
Civil Engineering 150 and above
Computer Science 150 and above
Electrical / Electronic Engineering 150 and above
Estate Management And Valuation 150 and above
Food Technology 150 and above
Glass / Ceramics Technology 150 and above
Horticulture 150 and above
Hospitality Management 150 and above
Mechanical Engineering Technology 150 and above
Office Technology And Management 150 and above
Public Administration 150 and above
Quantity Surveying 150 and above
Science Laboratory Technology 150 and above
Statistics 150 and above
Surveying and Geo-Informatics 150 and above

We will like to draw your attention to the above cut off mark we just listed above. Kindly note that the cut off mark is mainly for screening purposes hence after the screening process each department will have a free hand to determine what they will accept from candidates wishing to enroll in any course with them.

Also note that it is pertinent you meet the cut off mark set by the institution as this will ensure a smooth and easy post UTME registration and by extension being considered for admission. What we are trying to say here is that meeting the cut off mark will in no doubt give you an opportunity to sit for UWANAPOLY post UTME screening exercise.

Also note that he federal AkanuĀ  Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana Afikpo will take a good look at your O level results as this has a point of it own. We hope you have uploaded your O level result on JAMB portal? If not please do that.


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