FUNAI JAMB cut off mark for 2022/2023 academic session has been officially released, therefore all candidates who put Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ikwo as their preferred choice of higher institution during the UTME registration can confirm if they meet the current official FUNAI Cut-off mark for 2022/2023 academic session.
Candidates who meet FUNAI UTME cut off mark would then proceed for internal screening exercise by the University, and are thereby are advised to carry all documents along including recent passport photographs (8 copies preferably).
See the approved cut off mark of FUNAI at the end of this post.
Candidates should note that the benefits of meeting Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ikwo (FUNAI) cut off mark for JAMB is the fact that candidates are given the opportunity to gain admission to study into any of the courses offered in Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ikwo (FUNAI)so long as the candidates get a good score in the internal screening exercise.
Some documents are required by the school authority for their internal screening exercise
Documents required for Internal screening in FUNAI are;
- Firstly, candidates must beat the current FUNAI cut off mark as fixed by JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board) in order to be eligible for admission into the institution.
- Candidate must have a minimum of 5 credits in Mathematics and English and other relevant subjects as it relates to his or her course of study.
- Original copy of JAMB result slip
- Original documents which includes ‘O’ level certificates please note that awaiting results are not accepted by Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ikwo.
- Original copy of your birth certificate
- Your secondary school Testimonial
- Eight (8) recent passport photographs (to be on the safe side)
UTME and DE candidates that select Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo have in recent times experienced challenges in determining the actual cut off mark for their course. Many questions have been left unanswered so I thought it helpful to answer these questions as it may also fall in line with the question you reading this post may have been wanting to ask in the table below;
|FAQs on FUNAI JAMB CUT OFF MARK||ANSWERS|
|What is FUNAI current cut off mark?||FUNAI cut off mark is 180. Any UTME candidate that scores 180 and above is eligible for FUNAI post UTME screening exercise.|
|Does FUNAI Accept second choice candidates?||FUNAI accepts only first choice candidates.|
|Can FUNAI accept me if I score 170?||As mentioned above, only candidates that score 180 and above are eligible to apply for FUNAI post UTME.|
|What is FUNAI cut off mark for Accounting?||Candidates with 250 and above and score at least 65 in their post UTME have higher chances of studying Accounting in FUNAI.|
|If I score 180 in jamb and still use FUNAI as second choice can I gain admission?||The institution will only accepts first choice candidates irrespective of your JAMB score.|
|How can I change my university to FUNAI because I passed their cut off mark?||Simply purchase a change of course form from JAMB, it costs about two-thousand five hundred naira (N2,500). Fill the necessary details and submit. You will be informed when your application is successful via the registered email or you can verify via JAMB CAPS.|
|I have my complete O’level result and 180 JAMB score, I am applying for Banking and Finance. What are my chances of gaining admission in FUNAI?||With 180 JAMB score and complete O’level you still stand a chance of gaining admission into FUNAI but definitely not banking and finance. It is advisable you change your course to a less competitive one.|
|What is FUNAI JAMB cut off mark for Medicine and Surgery?||We will advise you score at least 260 and above in your JAMB and a minimum of 70 in your post UTME to stand a chance of gaining admission when calculating your aggregate score.|
|I am an indigene of Ebonyi state, can I be considered for admission if I score below the cut off mark?||The minimum cut off mark for FUNAI is the same for all candidates irrespective of the state of origin of the candidate.|
|What is the cut off mark for Electrical and Electronics Engineering in FUNAI?||We advise that you score at least 250 and above in your JAMB and at least 60 in your post UTME so when your aggregate score is calculated, you will stand a better chance of gaining admission into FUNAI.|
|What is the cut off mark for Law in FUNAI, I scored 180, and can I gain admission?||FUNAI’s cut off mark for Law is 240 and above. But your post UTME score would be the determining factor. Notwithstanding, you are eligible to participate in the post UTME. I would advise you change your course to a less competitive one.|
|I am an indigene and I scored 205 in JAMB, can I secure admission in FUNAI?||The answer is YES you can because you scored higher than the minimum cut off mark for FUNAI. However, gaining admission would also depend on the course you selected.|
|I score 197 in my JAMB, can I gain admission to study English? I am an indigene of Ebonyi state and in my O’level result I have up to 5 credit passes including Mathematics and English. Can I be admitted into FUNAI?||Yes you can be admitted.|
|Can someone with 210 in my JAMB, can i gain admission into FUNAI to study accounting?||You can gain admission into FUNAI but you cannot to study Accounting with 210 UTME score. Accounting is a professional course hence high JAMB cut off mark. You need at least 240 and above with a high post UTME score to study Accounting in FUNAI.|
|Does FUNAI accept Transfer students from other universities?||Yes FUNAI accept transfer students so long as you meet their requirements.|
|What is the JAMB cut off mark for Engineering in FUNAI?||With a JAMB score of 250 and above you can study Engineering in FUNAI. Engineering courses require high JAMB score due to the strong competition for admission slot.|
|What JAMB score can I get in order to study SLT at FUNAI?||Firstly, go through the courses offered in FUNAI to confirm if Science Laboratory Technology is studied in the institution, if YES. You will need to score at least 230 in JAMB and 60 in post UTME in order to gain admission into FUNAI to study SLT.|
These are the most frequently asked questions and best possible answers for Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo JAMB score. Please go through them thoroughly as they would be very useful in helping you know your course and required cut off mark.
FUNAI JAMB Cut off Mark 2022/2023Academic Session
FUNAI JAMB cut off mark for 2022/2023 academic session is 180, therefore, candidates who get up to 180 and above are automatically eligible for Federal University, Ndufu Alike, Ikwo internal screening Exercise, but we must warn you, the higher your JAMB score, the higher your chances of clinching the course registered in your UTME.
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Below are courses offered in the university as well as their cut off mark;
- 250 and above – Medicine Law, Pharmacy, Anatomy, Physiology and Nursing
- 220 – Accounting, Computer Science, English Language, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Geology, all engineering courses except Agricultural and Bio system Engineering.
- 180 – All other courses
It might interest you to know that for any candidate to be eligible for post UTME aptitude test at FUNAI he or she must score up to the minimum required JAMB cut off mark as seen above.
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