FUTO Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2020/2021

Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) cut off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session admission exercise. If you scored exactly or above FUTO cut off mark, that means you are qualified and eligible to take the Post UTME screening exercise, and getting marks below cutoff means you are not eligible or qualified for FUTO post UTME.

The Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) is a federal government university in Ihiagwa town, Owerri, the capital of Imo State. It is the premier federal university of technology in the south east and south south parts of Nigeria.

Below is the latest FUTO Departmental Cut off Mark for all courses and the required Jamb Cutoff mark to gain admission in to your respective department.

Read also; UNILAG Admission Requirements 2020/2021

WHAT CUT OFF MARK MEANS.

It is not everyone that knows the meaning of cut off mark. Most of aspirants ask this question ( what is the meaning of cut off mark).  However if your on this category who ask such questions. Your not alone, vast learners will explain it here for you.

What is the meaning of cut off mark?? Cut off mark is an agreed score set by a particular institution as a basics of admitting students into the department of study.

 like its said,  is an agreed score set as a basics of admission. It means that when an institution set their cut off mark to be 200 in jamb and u score 199, they will not admit you because they set their cut off mark to be 200. But when u score above 200,  you will have the chance of getting admission into the university.

Hope you now understand the meaning of cut off mark.

FUTO JAMB GENERAL CUT OFF MARK 2020/2021

well many do ask this question.  What is the jamb cut off mark for FUTO.  Well the general Futo cut off mark Is 180

So when you sore above 180 you will stand the chance of getting admission.  Those that scored 270, 290, 300. will have the chance of coming out in the first list, because no university will admit students that score 180 first when their is student that scored above.

let us not forget that Futo considers both Post Utme score.  So meeting the jamb cut of mark is not the only issue.  You will have to score higher in your post utme to be giving admission.

Note: Futo is one of the top tertiary institutions in Nigeria and they try to maintain a certain standard. It is often said that if you cannot improve on the existing standard, keep the standard the way you found it. There is no way FUto will decide to beat their cut off mark down below their minimum cut off mark.

IS FUTO CUTOFF MARK FOR 2020/2021 OUT?

The answer is no. Federal University Of Technology Oweri (FUTO) has not yet released her 2020/2021 departmental cutoff marks. Nonetheless, it is most probable that the university will release her 2020/2021 cutoff marks before the end of August 2020. In that regard, students who want us to inform them via email whenever the cutoff marks are released should kindly subscribe to our newsletter below this post. Alternatively, you can check back on this page from time to time to know when it will be released.

FUTO Admission Requirements For 2020/2021

FUTO Cut off Marks doesn’t guarantee you for admission. Meaning that other criteria of admission requirements are considered for  Federal University of Technology Owerri FUTO.

  1. Candidates must possess a minimum of 5 credit passes in relevant subjects which must include English Language and mathematics at GCE O’Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents at not more than 2 sittings.
  2. Candidates with Teachers Grade II (TC II) with passes at credit or merit levels in conjunction with credit passes in relevant subjects at GCE, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents may be considered. No subject may be counted at both TC II and GCE O/Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or approved equivalents.
  3. The candidate must make at least 200 pass marks in JAMB to qualify for internal screening by the Federal University of Technology Owerri.

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