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ABSU Departmental Cutoff Mark For 2018, 2019/2020 Academic Session

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This is to officially announce to the general public, that the prestigious Abia State University (Also Called ABSU) has released her departmental cutoff for 2018/2019 academic session. This notice was made directly at the University’s official website (abiastateuniversity.edu.ng/) in October 2018.

ABSU Departmental cutoff mark for 2019/2020 academic session

On this note, every candidate who took ABSU 2018 post UTME examination can now check the ABSU departmental cutoff mark for their courses below. It worthy to know that meeting up to the required cutoff mark for your course, is a very crucial criterion for gaining admission in ABSU. So, if you do not reach the cutoff mark for your course below, it is most likely that you will not be offered admission in the university.

Must Read: Full list of courses offered in ABSU 2019/2020

Is ABSU 2019/2020 departmental cutoff mark out?

The answer is No. Abia State University (ABSU) has not yet release her departmental cutoff mark for 2019/2020 academic session. Nevertheless, it is very certain, that the cutoff mark will be out on or before October 2019. It is also advisable to keep checking this page, if you want to be notified when the cutoff mark will be out. I will surely update this page when it comes out. Now, lets see ABSU cutoff mark for 2018/2019 academic session.

ABSU Department Cutoff Mark For 2018/2019 Academic Session

Below are the departmental cutoff marks of ABSU 2018/2019:

FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

  • Accountancy – 200
  • Banking & Finance – 200
  • Economics – 180
  • Management – 200
  • Marketing – 200
  • Public Administration – 200

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

  • Animal Science & Fisheries – 190
  • Agric. Economics & Extension – 190
  • Crop Production & Protection – 180
  • Soil Science – 180
  • Food Science & Technology – 190

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

  • Education/Government – 180
  • Education/Accountancy – 180
  • Education/Administration & Planning – 180
  • Education/Agricultural Science – 180
  • Education/Business Studies – 180
  • Education/Chemistry – 180
  • Education/Economics – 180
  • Education/Management & Planning – 180
  • Education/English & Literature – 180Education/Foundations – 180
  • Education/French – 180
  • Education/Guidance & Counselling – 180
  • Education/History & International Relations – 180
  • Education/Igbo – 180
  • Education/Library Science – 180
  • Education/Mathematics – 200
  • Education/Geography – 180
  • Education/Integrated Science – 180
  • Education/Physics – 200
  • Education/Political Science – 180
  • Education/Religion – 180
  • Education/Fine & Applied Arts – 180
  • Education/Social Studies – 180
  • Education/Biology – 200
  • Education/Home Economics – 180

FACULTY OF BIOLOGICAL & PHYSICAL SCIENCES

  • Animal & Environmental Biology – 200
  • Industrial Chemistry – 200
  • Biochemistry – 210
  • Industrial Physics – 200
  • Mathematics – 200
  • Microbiology – 200
  • Plant Science & Biotechnology – 220
  • Statistics – 200

FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

  • Architecture – 220
  • Building Technology & Civil Engineering – 190
  • Environmental Resources Management – 200
  • Estate Management – 200
  • Fine & Applied Arts – 200
  • Urban & Regional Planning – 200
  • Geography & Planning – 210

FACULTY OF LAW

  • Law – 240

FACULTY OF MEDICINE

  • Dentistry – 210
  • Medicine & Surgery – 240
  • Nursing Science – 220
  • Optometry – 200

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

  • English Language & Literature – 200
  • Foreign Language & Translation Studies – 190
  • Government & Public Administration – 200
  • History & International Relations – 200
  • Igbo – 180
  • Linguistics & Communication studies – 200
  • Library & Information Science – 200
  • Information Science – 200
  • Mass Communication
  • – 200
  • Religious Studies – 190
  • Sociology – 200
  • Political Science – 200
  • French – 160
  • Philosophy – 180

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How To Know Your ABSU Cutoff Mark

Many aspirants have been asking the question, “how do i know my ABSU cutoff mark?”. Well, to calculate your ABSU cutoff mark, add your JAMB UTME score and your Post UTME score. Now, divide it by 2. Anything that is the result, is your average (I.e, your cutoff mark).

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Yeah! There you have ABSU departmental cutoff marks for 2018/2019 academic session. Remember to keep checking this page, if you want to see the cutoff mark for 2018/2019 academic session. Hope the got the info correctly? Thank you.

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