Auchi Polytechnic – AuchiPOLY JAMB Cut off Marks for Admission 2022/23

The Auchi Polytechnic management board has officially announced the AuchiPOLY JAMB Cut off Marks for Admission for the 2022/2023 academic session, and it’s honestly, shocking. Note that this institution’s JAMB cut off mark for admission was released and published by the school authority, in line with the JAMB directives.

This page covers the Auchi Polytechnic cut off marks for admission, including the mandatory JAMB cut off mark and school screening procedure. Through this page, you’ll get to understand how the AuchiPOLY admission procedure works, and calculate your chances of getting admitted.

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Before anything, you should be aware that the Auchi Poly cut off mark is not fixed by JAMB, However, since JAMB has been given the authority to regulate admission cut off points, JAMB did fix the cut-off point for Universities, Polytechnics, College of Education’s, etc and they can’t go below that given cut off point.

For the 2022/23 academic session, 160 have been selected and fixed by JAMB as the general cut off mark for all universities (Federal, state and private universities in Nigeria). Now, the rule here is that institutions can choose their own CUT OFF MARK, but it should NOT go below the JAMB fixed point.

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AuchiPOLY Eligibility Cut off Mark.

To be qualified and eligible to purchase the Auchi Polytechnic Post UTME form, the school management has mandated that all aspiring candidates (candidates who selected AUCHI POLY during their JAMB registration) must have a JAMB score of at least, 160 and above, before they are eligible to buy the Auchi Polytechnic screening form.

The major duty of JAMB is to provide stability in giving out admission and ensure that there’s little to no crock way of bypassing the set laws for admission. JAMB plays the vital role of giving admission to candidates who are qualified or merited it, that is candidates with a JAMB score of 160 and above and scale through the AuchiPOLY Screening exercise.

Important Note: What few UTME candidates are aware of is this. Choosing your institution of choice as your first choice matters a lot. No Universities, or Polytechnics that have thousands of candidates seeking admission into its school, will leave these candidates who have selected the school as their first choice, and give admission to candidates who selected them as their 2nd choice.

This applies to Auchi Polytechnic too. During your UTME registration, if you had chosen or selected Auchi as your 1st choice of institution, this will play a vital role in helping you gain admission. This is because Auchi Polytechnic is a school of dignity and high academic morals.

Another important tip for candidates seeking admission is this: Your JAMB score plays an important part in your admission procedures because any candidate who scored high in JAMB has the advantage of gaining admission over others who scored low.

The school’s internal screening is the final exercise before you can be fully admitted into the institution. Even if you scored 250 in JAMB and failed the AuchiPOLY screening exercise, your name may likely not be among the list of admitted students.

For example: If two candidates, candidate A score 230 in JAMB, while candidate B scored 200 in JAMB and are applying for the same course, there are high chances that candidate A will be admitted first, before candidate B.

But the AuchiPOLY Screening exercise will determine your admission into Auchi Polytechnic or not.

Auchi Polytechnic Departmental Courses and their Jamb cut-off Mark for 2022.

Faculty of Applied Science & Technology
Food Technology160 and Above
Hospitality Management160 and Above
Science Laboratory180 and Above
Ceramic Technology160 and Above
Science Laboratory Technology180 and Above
Faculty of Art and Industrial Design
Graphics & Textile160 and Above
Painting & General Arts160 and Above
Sculpture & Ceramics160 and Above
Fashion and Clothing Technology160 and Above
Photography Technology160 and Above
Faculty of Business Studies
Accountancy180 and Above
Banking & Finance180 and Above
Business Administration & Management180 and Above
Marketing160 and Above
Public Administration160 and Above
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Agricultural Engineering160 and Above
Chemical Engineering Technology160 and Above
Civil Engineering180 and Above
Electrical/Electronics Engineering180 and Above
Mechanical Engineering180 and Above
Minerals & Petroleum Resources Eng. Tech160 and Above
Polymer Technology160 and Above
Faculty of Environmental Studies
Architectural Technology160 and Above
Building Technology160 and Above
Estate Management160 and Above
Quantity Surveying160 and Above
Survey & Geo-informatics160 and Above
Urban & Regional Planning160 and Above
Faculty of Information & Communication Technology
Computer Science180 and Above
Mass Communication180 and Above
Office Technology & Management160 and Above
Statistics160 and Above

FAQ on AuchiPoly JAMB Cut off Marks.

Here are the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the Auchi Polytechnic JAMB Cut off Marks for admission for the 2022/2023 academic session.

Requirements For Auchi Poly Screening Exercise.

  • You are required and expected to score up to/or above the AuchiPoly cut off points.
  • The school requires all candidates to have a minimum of 5 credits in Maths, English and other relevant subjects related to your desired course of study.
  • Ability to provide your Original JAMB result during the admission verification process.
  • You are required to provide your original documents, including: ‘O’ level certificates. For this session, AUCHIPOLY management has disclosed that they are not accepting and awaiting results.
  • Original copy of your birth certificate.
  • 16 recent passport photographs.

Hope this answers all your questions on Auchi Polytechnic JAMB cut off marks for the 2022/23 academic session.

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