LAUTECH Cut Off Mark for the 2020/2021 academic year is officially out for aspirants to know their stance in the academic year. LAUTECH candidates who took part in the just-concluded Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination are expected to take out time to carefully go through this piece of vital information.
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Before we get started on what this year cut off mark is, please be informed that there is an apparent difference between LAUTECH JAMB cut off mark and LAUTECH post-UTME cut off mark.
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The LAUTECH post-UTME cut off point may not matter so much in recent times since the Federal Government had in the past scrapped post UTM examination before the JAMB exam. However, you will be doing yourself a great deal if you can prepare your mind for the post JAMB examination just in case the LAUTECH insists on conducting any form of post UTME before accepting new students to their institution.
What is the current JAMB cut off mark for LAUTECH Cut Off?
In order to help candidates with questions like “What is the JAMB cut off mark for my institution of choice,” we have decided to reveal the LAUTECH cutoff limit for 2020 so that anyone who does not meet up with the requirement and the specified cut off point will make hay while the sun shines. It’s very necessary to know where you belong from your JAMB score.
Judging from our past experience citing last year for example, during the 2019/2020 academic session admission, we made some findings and realized that some candidates who had purchased the LAUTECH post UTME where screened out on the examination day because their JAMB results were not up to the required cutoff mark.
To avoid and prevent this kind of issue in time, this article seeks to advise all aspiring students to look for an alternative institute by getting the JAMB change of institution form while the form is still on sale.
LAUTECH Cut Off Mark for 2020/2021
The cut-off limit for LAUTECH for the 2020/2021 academic session is at least a JAMB score of 180. Hence, candidates who chose LAUTECH as their choice of institution but scored less than 180 must not and should not buy the admission form but rather inquire from the institution or from reputable sources if there is any course that is suitable for their JAMB score before making payment for the 2020 admission form.
LAUTECH Cut off Mark and General Departmental cut off point
The LAUTECH officially approved minimum cut off mark is 180 for admission into the LAUTECH for 2020/2021 academic session.
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Note: Post UTME cut off point for LAUTECH differs from one course to the other. The cut of mark for the various courses offered by the LAUTECH will be made known by the institution in due time.
For candidates with less than 180;
If you intend to run a pre-degree program, forget about buying the admission form at the moment as there is no room for JAMB score less than 180; rather, you should proceed to obtain a pre-degree form directly from the LAUTECH school portal.
LAUTECH cut off Point for 2020/2021
For those of you who scored 180 and above in their 2020 JAMB UTME result, you have to be on the alert as the sale of the LAUTECH’s sales of admission form will commence soonest.
What is the cut off Limit for LAUTECH?
JAMB is yet to update the general public with any new changes with the LAUTECH cut off marks for the 2020/2021 academic session. Stay tuned and subscribe!
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I wish you good luck in your quest for admission this year.