LAUTECH Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 (JAMB & Post UTME)

The latest update on LAUTECH Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 For All Courses – After a long while, at long last, students who wrote this year’s Jamb are eventually seeing their results, bringing smiles back to their worried faces. Since the examination board began using the CBT model, this is the very first time it will take them a very long time to release the results (since the purpose of CBT is to allow candidates to know their fate instantly).

This article is all about LAUTECH Cut Off Mark For All Courses {JAMB & POST UTME}, as we are actually aware that many students who wrote Jamb this year chose the institution as their first choice institution during UTME registration. An institution like Lautech has a benchmark for all students seeking admission into the university. Therefore, we will be exploring those important things that concern Lautech admission in 2020.

LAUTECH Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 For All Courses JAMB & Post UTME

The Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology LAUTECH cut off mark for JAMB is 180.

Although the school is a highly competitive institution that receives tons of aspirants each year, it is not up to that of certain very important universities in the country (like the University of Ibadan, the University of Lagos, the University of Ilorin, the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and some others).

Therefore, those interested in studying certain competitive courses (like medicine, nursing, etc) have a higher chance of getting the course they desire at an institution like Lautech instead of being given what they don’t want by others.

The first major hurdle between a student and their institution of choice is Jamb. We all know that the board has been working very hard towards innovations and inventions (especially since their new boss was appointed some years back). One of the things recently introduced by the body is the Central Admission Processing System(CAPS). It was meant to make it easy for everyone (I.e both Jamb and the higher institutions in the country) to sort out the issue of admission processing without many issues and shady acts. With the new system, it will be almost impossible for institutions to engage in corrupted practices as far as admission is concerned.

So, one major reason for all these is that you don’t need to get worried about such things as being shortchanged unjustly. If you truly deserved getting admission this year, you will definitely get in.

LAUTECH Post UTME Cut Off Mark For All Courses

However, we will be working with what was used last year so as to get a glimpse of what should be expected this year. Therefore, if you are an aspirant of this institution, you don’t need to be bothered by anything. The reason for saying this is because the management is very likely to subscribe to what was used last year.

Nevertheless, we should also add that the fact that LAUTECH cut off Mark for Jamb is not up to that of some other popular universities does not take away the importance of scoring high marks in the examination. The higher your score, the higher your chance of getting an admission.

Very soon, the management of the school will announce the sale of their post UTME screening form. We are patiently waiting for what system they will adopt this year. They might decide to conduct a written exam (like the likes of Unibadan), and they might just choose to settle for O Level results + Jamb score.

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After the Post utme screening have been conducted, each department will then release their own cut off mark (based on factors like the performances of students who chose that particular course not how competitive it is). Since the post utme screening is yet to be done, this year’s Lautech departmental cut off mark can’t be fathomed.

But no problem, we will explore what has been used beforehand. Simply scroll down and check your course of choice, and catch a glimpse of what to expect this year.

LAUTECH Departmental Cut Off Mark/Point For Post UTME

  1. Statistics – 30%
  2. Earth Sciences – 41%
  3. Science and Laboratory Technology – 30%
  4. Pure and Applied Chemistry – 30%
  5. Pure and Applied Physics – 35%
  6. Accounting – 30%
  7. Transport Management – 30%
  8. Pure and Applied Mathematics – 35%
  9. Marketing – 30%
  10. Civil Engineering – 55%
  11. Food Science and Engineering – 45%
  12. Computer Science and Technology – 55%
  13. Electrical and Electronics Engineering – 54%
  14. Mechanical Engineering – 55%
  15. Chemical Engineering – 50%
  16. Nursing – 64%
  17. Architecture – 55%
  18. Physiology – 45%
  19. Agricultural Engineering – 40%
  20. Medical laboratory sciences – 60%
  21. Urban and Regional planning – 33%
  22. Architecture – 55%
  23. Medicine – 69%
  24. Biochemistry – 50%
  25. Fine and Applied Arts – 30%
  26. Anatomy – 45%
  27. Crop Production and soil science – 30%
  28. Agric Econs – 35%
  29. Crop and Environmental protection – 30%
  30. Agric Extension and Rural Development – 30%
  31. Animal Nutrition and Biotechnology – 35%
  32. Physiology – 45%

Popularly known as Lautech, the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology is a dynamic institution in Nigeria located in Ogbomoso, Western Nigeria. Currently, there are over 2500 workers earning their livelihoods from the institution, and she has trained tons of youngsters into competent professionals since her establishment.

What Is Special About LAUTECH?

Everyone knows that as far as Nigeria is currently concerned, Lautech is one of the higher institutions in the country that is very much synonymous with strikes. Currently, due to the incessant strikes, the School is still far behind in certain important areas. Nevertheless, why we wonder why some students are still interested in studying in an institution of this sort, the fact remains that it is well equipped with ultra-modern facilities. It has certain things that can’t be found in other institutions in the country.

So, Lautech makes learning easier for her students, and they are more practical in their approach. Apart from these, their fees aren’t too hefty, and the school allows students to pay installmentaly if they can’t do that at once.

In conclusion, don’t forget that the post utme form is not yet out, as the management hasn’t said anything about it. The reason for placing emphasis on this is because many aspirants are usually anxious about all these admission stuff, and they end up taking irrational steps that get their fingers burnt eventually. Don’t allow anyone to scam you of your hard-earned money, and don’t pay into a person’s personal account. Instead, patiently wait till when the management of the school will make known the sale of the form (they will utilise different media houses to make it known).

Then, while waiting for the sale of form, you can go ahead reading your books should in case they decided to conduct a written exam during their post utme screening exercise. If you are really serious about getting admitted this year, then you can’t afford to leave any stone unturned (and you can’t afford to carelessly allow the admission slip off your fingers). Imagine relaxing, convinced that it would be based just on O Level results and Jamb scores, only for the school to insist that they want an exam to be written. So, you will lose nothing if you go on studying your books vehemently. Besides, if you can cultivate a good habit of studying hard now, it will help you greatly when you become an undergraduate.

We wish you well in your quest for being a student of Lautech.


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