Uniport Departmental course cut off mark: Many aspirants are really concerned about the departmental cut off mark of the University Of PortHacourt (Uniport). The departmental cut-off mark for admission into various departments at a particular University is been posted here.
The UNIPORT Cut Off Mark for all courses – The University of Port Harcourt popularly also known as Uniport has released its cut off mark for all courses. The school official Uniport cut off mark for UTME is 180, as stipulated by JAMB. The new point system is used for calculating scores and also screening students.
this is to inform Prospective candidates who uniport is their school of choice, that they are to choose less competitive courses if their marks are low, so as to gain admission into the University. Students are advised to calculate their marks before time, so as to know where they stand, although in the process of admission catchment areas are also used in selecting candidates and other factors as well. But take note wisely, candidates based on merit marks are picked first.
Meaning of Cut Off Mark?
Cut Off Mark simply means a minimum point that a school fixed for any candidate who is applying for admission in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and or Post-Utme/Screening Exercise in order to be accepted for admission into the particular school he/she chooses. BELOW ARE THE UNIPORT COURSES AND THEIR CUT OFF MARKS
Uniport Departmental Course Cut off Mark For all Courses
FINANCE AND BANKING 200
TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 200
PLANT SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 180
ANIMAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY 180
COMPUTER SCIENCE 180
MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS 180
PURE AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY 180
POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES 200
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE 180
CROP AND SOIL SCIENCE 180
ANIMAL SCIENCE AND FISHERIES 180
AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS AND EXTENSION 180
FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 180
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
Medicine and surgery 200
COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE
HUMAN ANATOMY 200
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 200
DENTISTRY AND DENTAL SURGERY 200
HUMAN KINETICS AND HEALTH EDUCATION 180
ADULT AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATION 180
EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS 180
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 180
EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING 180
CURRICULUM STUDIES EDUCATIONAL TECH 180
CIVIL ENGINEERING 180
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 200
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 200
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 200
PETROLEUM ENGINEERING 200
GAS ENGINEERING 200
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 180
THEATRE ARTS 180
ENGLISH STUDIES 180
FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE 180
HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES 180
LINGUISTICS AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES 180
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL STUDIES 180
FINE ART AND DESIGN 180
- The Screening Exercise will be a Computer Based Test(CBT).
- Inconsistency in name or picture on Photo Card will not be acceptable to the University and may lead to the disqualification of affected candidates. Candidates’ names on their O’Level Certificates, UTME results and other registration documents must be the same.
- Candidates must be sixteen (16) years of age and above by October 2017 to be eligible for the exercise.
- Mobile Phones, Ipad, Ipod, Walkman and similar gadgets or any extraneous materials will not be allowed into the Screening Venue and its environs.
- Candidates must report to the designated Screening Venues at the time scheduled on the Photo Card or risk disqualification.
With this information, it can properly guide you to know the course cut off mark in case you did not meet up to the cut off mark you can easily change to another course that your mark reach.
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