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FUOYE Departmental Screening Scores (Aggregate Points)

It's common knowledge that FUOYE does not conduct post-UTME exams. Instead, aspirants are required to complete online forms and provide their O'level results along with their JAMB scores. Based on these two platforms, the university's management will determine whether to offer admission.


Meeting the post-UTME cut-off mark for your chosen course is just a preliminary step; additional criteria must also be satisfied for admission. This aspect is precisely what this post aims to discuss – the departmental aggregate points or scores


I've previously provided guidance on calculating the score/point for your intended course in my article titled "3 Methods To Calculate FUOYE UTME/DE Aggregate Scores".


Within this post, I will provide a comprehensive list of FUOYE's courses along with their respective aggregate cut-off marks, scores, or points. However, it's crucial to acknowledge that the aggregate points outlined here are subject to review and changes on a yearly basis.


I will strive to keep you updated as more reliable information becomes available. In the meantime, please approach these aggregate points with caution, as there's no assurance that they will remain consistent across all years.


It's also worth noting that the university administration doesn't commonly disclose these departmental aggregate scores. Consequently, it requires some effort to gather and present this information to you.


FOUYE Aggregate Points/Scores For All Courses

Courses

FUOYE Screening Points For All Courses

Agricultural and Economics Extension

61.15%

Animal Production and Health

57.7%

Crop Science and Horticulture

57.65%

Fisheries and Aquaculture

57.15%

Food Science and Technology

60.9%

Hospitality and Tourism Management

57.85%

Soil Science and Land Resources Management

56.65%

Water Resources Management and Agrometeorology

57.3%

English and Literary Studies

63.4%

History and International Relations

62.7%

Linguistics and Languages

63.35%

Theatre and Media Arts

63.05%

Philosophy

57.20%

Religious Studies

55.03%

Anatomy

62.3%

Medical Laboratory Science

67.07%

Nursing

63.07%

Physiology

60.5%

Radiology and Radiation Science

60.5%

Adult Education

50.00%

Agricultural Education

57.55%

Biology Education

57.7%

Business Education

58.05%

Chemistry Education

58.05%

Educational Management

58.5%

English Language Education

62.55%

Library and Information Science

58.45%

Mathematics Education

56.45%

Physics Education

49.3%

Economics Education

60.15%

Educational Technology

54.85%

Guidance and Counseling

60.55%

Human Kinetics

57.3%

Health Education

58.2%

Agricultural and Bio-Resources Engineering

57.2%

Civil Engineering

64.4%

Computer Engineering

63.1%

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

63.75%

Mechanical Engineering

64.5%

Mechatronics Engineering

66.65%

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

62.05%

Architecture

55.64%

Building

53.35%

Quantity Surveying

53.35%

Surveying and Geo-informatics

52.87%

Urban and Regional Planning

52.77%

Law

71.85%

Accounting

65.15%

Banking and Finance

60.9%

Business Administration

65.45%

Public Administration

62.85%

Doctor of Pharmacy

71.1%

Animal and Environmental Biology

57.35%

Biochemistry

62.75%

Computer Science

61.95%

Geology

58.55%

Geophysics

55.5%

Industrial Chemistry

55.4%

Mathematics

57.35%

Microbiology

61.7%

Physics

56.65%

Plant Science and Biotechnology

57.85%

Environmental Management and Toxicology

55.68%

Criminology and Security Studies

64.45%

Demography and Social Statistics

56.1%

Economics and Development Studies

62.9%

Mass Communication

65.95%

Peace and Conflict Resolution

60.2%

Political Science

65.2%

Psychology

59.15%

Sociology

64.95%

Medicine and Surgery

75%

Utilizing Departmental Aggregate Scores to Determine Admission Prospects

I've consistently advised my students to exercise caution when selecting FUOYE or considering a change to the university. There are specific reasons for this caution. Let's explore the following instances when using the aggregate points/scores.


  1. If your score/point falls below 50, it's advisable not to anticipate admission into FUOYE. I haven't personally seen any student admitted with a score below this average threshold. If you hold a differing viewpoint, I encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments section below. Hence, if your score is below 50%, it's advisable to explore other universities that might consider your JAMB score.
  2. O'level results carry significant weight in the FUOYE admission process. An A1 grade corresponds to 6 points while achieving your results in one sitting earns you 4 points more than if obtained in two sittings. All these factors contribute to your aggregate point. If your O'level results aren't favorable, your aggregate score will inevitably suffer.
  3. A higher JAMB score can offset this to some extent, and vice versa. Nevertheless, I recommend, if feasible, to calculate your aggregate point before committing to FUOYE or exploring alternative universities.
  4. If your calculated aggregate point is slightly below the one in the above table, inquire about the margin. If it's by 1 or 2 points, there's still hope. The university might consider you if the number of qualifying applicants is insufficient to fill the department's capacity. However, if the deficit is 2 points or more, I cannot confidently guarantee your admission.
  5. Conversely, if your calculated point is higher, your prospects are brighter, and it's time to remain optimistic and hope for the best.

Potential Transfer to Another Course – Except Below 50%

A current trend involves universities transferring candidates from certain courses to others. This typically happens when students fall short of the aggregate points for their preferred courses but meet the criteria for related programs.


If you're considering this possibility, you're on the right track. However, if your calculated point is below 50, this option is unlikely. Even for those above 50, chances are limited, as the university isn't obligated to transfer or assign alternative courses unless vacancies exist or applicants' merit aligns with those programs. Why would a university transfer you if such conditions aren't met?


Hence, if you're close to your departmental score yet remain unadmitted, the possibility of a transfer exists. If you're not close, I strongly recommend considering a switch to another institution that might accept your score.


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