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AAUA JAMB Cut-Off Mark for all courses 2022

The Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA) recently released her 2021 JAMB Cut-off marks for all Courses and we have created this page to inform you about the update.

The approved JAMB Cut off Mark for AAUA is 180. You’ll need to pass AAUA cut off mark of 180 to qualify for admission.

If you are a candidate interested in studying at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA), then you need to check the table below to know the jamb cut-off marks for the department of your choice.

Aaua jamb cut-off mark for all courses 2022 - ng job alerts

This information is vital and it will help you in preparing for your 2022 UTME and Post-UTME Screening exercise as well as the level of competition you may face.

Check: How To Get JAMB Profile Code 2022

Also, if you’ve just finished your SSCE WAEC examination and preparing to write JAMB this year (2022), the AAUA JAMB cut-off marks below can also be useful for your preparation.

This page is created to provide answers to questions you may have concerning the 2021/2022 AAUA JAMB Cut off Marks:

  • What is the cut-off mark for mass communication in AAUA?
  • What is the jamb requirement for accounting in AAUA?
  • What is the cut off mark for medicine and surgery in AAUA?
  • What is the jamb requirement for law in AAUA?
  • What is the AAUA jamb cut off mark for business administration?
  • What is the cut off mark for pharmacy in AAUA?
  • What is the AAUA jamb cut off mark for architecture?
  • What is the AAUA jamb cut off mark for law?

…and other departmental cut-off marks.

AAUA JAMB cut-off marks for Bankin&Finance, Biochemistry &Others

Courses/Departments In AAUADepartmental Jamb Cut-off Marks
Accountancy / Accounting180
Adult Education180
Agriculture180
Banking and Finance180
Biochemistry180
Business Administration180
Business Education180
Chemistry180
Computer Education180
Computer Science180
Criminology And Security Studies180
Early Childhood Education180
Economics180
Education Accounting180
Education and Accountancy180
Education and Biology180
Education and Chemistry180
Education and Economics180
Education and English Language180
Education and Geography180
Education and History180
Education and Integrated Science180
Education and Mathematics180
Education and Physics180
Education and Political Science180
Education and Religious Studies180
Education and Social Studies180
Education and Yoruba180
Educational Management180
English Studies180
Environmental Biology and Fisheries180
Fisheries and Aquaculture180
Forestry And Wildlife Management180
Geography and Planning180
Geology180
Geophysics180

Check: UNILAG JAMB Cut-off Marks for all Courses 2021/2022

2021/2022 AAUA JAMB cut-off marks for Microbiology, Industrial Chemistry, Mass Communication & Others

Courses/Departments In AAUADepartmental Jamb Cut-off Marks
Guidance and Counseling180
Health Education180
History / Sociology180
History and International Studies180
Human Kinetics180
Industrial And Labour Relations180
Industrial Chemistry180
Industrial Mathematics180
Law180
Linguistics180
Linguistics / Yoruba180
Mass Communication180
Mathematics180
Microbiology180
Performing Arts180
Philosophy and Religious Studies180
Philosophy180
Physics with Electronics180
Plant Science and Biotechnology180
Political Science180
Psychology180
Public Administration180
Public and Private International Law180
Religious Studies180
Sociology180
Transport And Planning180
Yoruba180
Religions and African Culture180

These are the approved Adekunle Ajasin University cut-off mark for the 2021/2022 academic year.

If you have chosen or are interested in choosing AAUA, good luck with your admission.
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