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POLY EDE 2021/2022 Departmental Cut Off Marks (UPDATED)

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S/N DEPARTMENT CUT OFF (%)
  1. Accountancy – 48.14%
  2. Architecture – 42.71%
  3. Banking and Finance – 44.29%
  4. Building Technology – 50%
  5. Business Administration and Management – 50%
  6. Bio-Chemistry – 30.57%
  7. Chemistry – 31.71%
  8. Computer Engineering – 58.43%
  9. Computer Science – 71%
  10. Civil Engineering – 44.71
  11. Telecommunication – 28.29%
  12. Estate Management – 31.71%
  13. Hospitality Management – 52.29%
  14. Physics – 30.14%
  15. Marketing – 25.57%
  16. Micro-Biology – 46.57%
  17. Office Tech Management – 50%
  18. POWER – 39.71%
  19. Quantity Surveying – 25.57%
  20. Statistics – 29.43%
  21. Leisure and Tourism – 24.43%

NOTE: These are the updated cut-off marks for different departments/courses. Subscribe to this blog to receive any different updates on these departmental cut-off marks straight to your email.

8 comments:

  1. What can i do when i score 32% for slt?

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    1. I don't think the cut-off mark for SLT, this year, can be that low. You can change to another course with lower and possible point. And if you don't want that, you can wait. If the polytechnic won't give you full-time, they may likely drop you to daily part-time. Read the post below.

      https://www.schoolcontents.info/2019/07/universities-that-give-automatic.html

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  2. I averaged 42.88%. 183 jamb, 20 putme. Architecture Technology.
    I really hope this Cutoff is of a valid source.
    I will like to know how I may reach you closely

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    1. The post will be updated if there is any difference.

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  3. Is this the real cutoff mark for each course in federal poly ede

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    1. It's just updated. Check again for a few differences.

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  4. Ajakaiye Abiodun3 April 2022 at 23:33

    Is the 2021/2022 admission still on. What about the supplementary

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