SEED would love to inform its readers that the MOUAU 2023/2024 Cut off mark is yet to be announced. The PostUtme/DE registration form is also unavailable however, immediately after it is released, we would update this article. The mark outlined here was used during the previous exercise. On June 24, 2023, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board[JAMB] announced that its cut off mark for the 2023/2024 admission session is 140.
MOUAU 2022/2023 Cut Off mark for the admission screening exercise has been announced by the management of the institution. The cut off mark is a score that candidates must meet before they can be eligible to register for the screening exercise also, note that meeting the mark does not automatically guarantee admission.
MOUAU is the Federal Government owned institution while the State government owned is ABSU. The institution was established in 1992 and it is situated in Umudike which happens to be in the South Eastern part of the state capital.
There are various requirements candidates would be expected to possess before they can be considered eligible to take part in the screening and one of those requirements is the cut off mark we would outline both the Departmental and Jamb cut off mark below.
Michael Okpara University Of Agriculture, Umudike(MOUAU) 2022/2023 Cut Off Mark(Jamb & Departmental)
The official cut off mark set by the institution is 140 while the one set by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(Jamb) is 140. It is important and advisable to score high especially those who want to apply for admission to read competitive courses like Law and banking & finance.
What Is MOUAU Departmental Cut Off Mark?
For those who have been asking questions about the departmental cut off mark, we would love to inform you that this year’s departmental cut off is 140. Those who fail to meet the cut off mark are urged to obtain a change of institution or change of course form.
Please drop your comments below if you have any questions also share this article with those that you know who applied for admission into the institution.