FUTA 2019/2020 Aggregate Cut OFF Point [Departmental and How to Calculate Score

FUTA cut off mark for newly approved courses and other programmes have been official released. FUTA cut off mark for Post UTME is 180 while the aggregate departmental cut off marks for all courses are listed below inlcude guide on how to calculate your FUTA Aggregate score. 

This post will list out the 2018/19 Federal University of Technology, Akure FUTA departmental cut off mark for all courses offered. Candidates who made the Federal University of Technology, Akure their First Choice Institution in the 2018/2019 UTME and scored 180 and above were eligible for screening.

 

 

 

 

FUTA Departmental Aggregate Cut off Mark for all Courses.

Cut off mark is an agreed score set by a particular institution as a basic of admitting students into the department of study. This score is usually accredited to candidates based on their performance in a particular examination.

However, students who have scored above the required cut off mark will be given admission and preferentially treated in admission process above those who have met the exacts cut off mark.

 

 

Below are courses offered in the university as well as their cut off mark.

 

FUTA Departmental Cut Off Marks.

SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY SAAT

AEC 47.5
APH 55.37
ARE 47.5
CSP 47.5
EWM 47.5
FAT 47.5
FST 58.12
FWT 47.5

 

 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. SEET
AGE 55.12
CPE 69.62
CVE 71.87
EEE 74.37
ICT 49.75
IPE 47.5
MEE 73.75
MME 54.87
MNE 54.75

 

 

SCHOOL OF EARTH AND MINERAL SCIENCES ,SEMS.

AGP 47.5
AGY 47.5
MST 47.5
MCS 47.5
RSG 47.5

 

 

SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY ,SET.

ARC 72.87
BDG 56.62
ESM 47.5
IDD 53.25
QSV 57
SVG 64.25
URP 52.87

 

 

SCHOOL OF COMPUTING ,SOC

CSC 69
IFT 63.75
IFS 63.75
CSS 63.75
SEN 63.75

 

 

SCHOOL OF SCIENCES ,SOS

BCH  63.37

BIO  47.5

BTH  47.5

CHE  47.5

MCB  63

MTS  59

PHY  47.5

STA  47.5

 

 

SCHOOL OF HEALTH AND HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ,SHHT

ANA  59.5

BIM  47.5

PHS  57.25

 

 

List of Accredited FUTA Courses & Programmes.

The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) is an internationally-recognized Nigerian university,and is located in Akure, Ondo State.

Federal University of Technology, Akure has been official accredited and/or recognized by the National Universities Commission (NUC), Nigeria.

FUTA has seven (6) school (Faculties) and forty (40) academic departments with a vision of becoming a world class University of Technology and a centre of excellence in training, research and service delivery.

 

School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology

Agricultural Extension & Communication Technology

Agricultural & Resource Economics ,

Animal Production & Health Crop,

Soil & Pest Management,

Fisheries & Aquaculture Technology,

Ecotourism & Wildlife Management,

Forestry & Wood Technology and Food Science & Technology.

 

School of Engineering & Engineering Technology

Agricultural Engineering,

Civil Engineering,

Electrical & Electronics Engineering,

Mechanical Engineering,

Metallurgical & Materials Engineering and Mining Engineering.

 

School of Earth & Mineral Sciences

Applied Geophysics,

Applied Geology,

Metereology,

Marine Science & Technology and Remote Sensing & Geoscience Information Systems.

 

School of Environmental Technology

Architecture,

Building Technology,

Estate Management,

Industrial Design,

Quantity Surveying ,

Urban & Regional Planning,

Surveying and Geoinformatics

 

School of Management Technology

Project Management Technology,

Transport Management Technology,

Library Management Technology  and Entrepreneurship Management Technology.

 

School of Sciences

Biochemistry,

Biology,

Chemistry,

Computer Science,

General Studies,

Mathematical Sciences,

Microbiology, ‘

Physics and Statistics.

 

How to Calculate FUTA Post UTME Aggregate Score

Weight of the Grades of O’Level Result

A1 – 6 Point

B2 – 5 Points

B3 – 4 Points

C4 – 3 Points

C5 – 2 Points

C6 – 1 point

 

Maximum Point Obtainable from OLevel is 30 Points.

A candidate who has the following grades in his/her O’level results – A1, B2, B3, B3 and C5, then scored 240 in UTME, the grading would be as follows;

Grading O’level  – A1, B2, B3, B3, and C5 = 21 Points to obtain the % score = 21/30 x 100 = 70%

 

The candidate scored scored 240 in UTME, The score for this would be as follows;

240/4 = 60%

 

The next step is to add both the O’level and UTME score together and divide by two to get the final score.

70 + 60/2 = 65%

Good Luck


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