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ABU Zaria Post UTME Admission Cut Off Marks For All Departments – 2017/2018

ABU Zaria Post UTME Admission Cut Off Marks For All Departments

For all applicants who applied for admission into Ahmadu Bello University Zaria through UTME and has so far participated in the 2017/2018 Post UTME, one of the major concern for them now is the issue of cut off mark for admission.

Applicants after writing the post UTME want to know their chances of gaining admission into the school with the kind of score they had in the post UTME Screening exercise.

In case you are among the candidates who applied for admission into ABU and want to know the cut off mark that would land you admission into your dream course in ABU Zaria. This post is intended to telling you the cut off mark for each department in ABU after writing your post UTME.


Read: How To Check Your 2017/2018 ABU Post UTME Result

Kindly note, for you to qualify for ABU Post UTME screening, you must have written 2017/2018 UTME and scored up to 180 minimum mark.

Ahmadu Bello University, ABU Zaria Post UTME Scores

Before we talk of the post UTME cut off mark for Medicine, law,  Accounting, Engineering, Pharmacy or any other department, we all the need to know the total scorable score in ABU Zaria.

ABU Zaria post UTME tested you on the core four UTME subjects combination you wrote. Therefore, it is more of the same pattern with your JAMB exam.

ABU Post UTME is also over 400. Whatever you scored in the screening is out of total scores of 400 marks. Whether you scored 300 or 210, its out of 400 points.

You Can Also Read: When is ABU 2017/2018 Admission List Coming Out?

ABU Zaria Post UTME Cut off Marks  For All Departments/Courses

For you to be considered for admission into Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, ABU will add your UTME score with your post UTME score then divide it by 2.

For instance, if you score 260 in UTME, and you scored 240 in ABU post UTME screening.

What will happen is that, the school management will add your two score 260 Plus 240 = 500

Then divide 500 by 2 to get your aggregate score to be consider for admission. In our example, your aggregate mark is 250.

For you to qualify for admission into any course in ABU, you must meet up with the set cut off mark for your department and the course you applied.

1. ABU Medicine and Surgery Cut off Mark: This is the most competitive course in Ahmadu Bello University Zaria. Applicants must prove themselves beyond reasonable doubt. So to qualify for admission into medicine, applicants should be able to get nothing less than 250 on aggregate.

2. Cut of Marks for Law: If you applied for Law in Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, you also need to score high in your post UTME screening. Applicants should score more than 220 to qualify for admission into law in Zaria.

3. Pharmacy Cut off Marks: For you to qualify for Pharmacy in Ahmadu Bello university Zaria. Candidates should try as much as possible to score up to 230 or above on aggregate. This is because, Pharmacy is a very competitive course.

4. Accounting: Accounting is also one of the most competitive courses in ABU Zaria. For you to qualify for admission into the school to study accouting, you must atleast perform well in your post UTME and get up to 200 on aggregate.

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  • Other departments too could be considered for admission with 180 on aggregates.

For you to qualify for admission into the department you applied for, having a huge cut off marks makes it.

You can check your ABU admission status as soon as possible.

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