AAUA Cut Off Mark 2022/2023 | Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba

AAUA Cut Off Mark – Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA) cut-off mark for the 2022/2023 academic session.

In this article, I’d like to talk more about the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA) cut-off mark for 2022/2023.

If you’re looking for the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Jamb cut-off mark or its departmental cut-off mark, you’re on the right page.

This is to notify the general public that the institution’s administration has declared the 2022/2023 cut-off point.

This cut-off mark is for candidates who chose AAUA as their first choice in the last Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and for candidates who didn’t choose the school but were willing to apply for a change of institution.

Also, this article will help students who are studying for the upcoming JAMB and POST UTME exams find out what score they need to get before they can be offered admission.

AAUA Cut Off Mark 2022/2023

The Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Jamb cut-off mark is the standard cut-off mark for all courses at the university.

The AAUA Jamb cut-off mark for the 2022/2023 academic session is 180, hence in order to register for the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba POST UTME, a student must score at least 180 in the recently finished JAMB exam.

But since there is a lot of competition, it’s best to do better than the minimum score to increase your chances of getting into the university.


1Agricultural EconomicsMerit – 180
2Agricultural Extension and Rural DevelopmentMerit – 180
3AgronomyMerit -180
4Animal ScienceMerit – 180
5Fisheries and AquacultureMerit – 180
6Forestry and Wildlife ManagementMerit – 180


1.English StudiesMerit – 260
Catchment – 245
2.YorubaMerit – 180
3.Linguistics/YorubaMerit – 180
4.PhilosophyMerit – 185
5.Religious Studies (Religion and African Culture)Merit – 180


1.Adult EducationMerit – 180
2.History EducationMerit – 180
3.Religious EducationMerit – 180
4.Yoruba EducationMerit – 180
5.Biology EducationMerit – 180
6.Chemistry EducationMerit – 180
7.Computer Science EducationMerit – 180
8.Integrated Science EducationMerit – 180
9.Mathematics EducationMerit – 180
10.Physics EducationMerit – 180
11.Health EducationMerit – 185
12.Human Kinetics EducationMerit – 180
13.Technical EducationMerit – 180
14.Guidance & CounselingMerit – 190
15.Early Childhood EducationMerit – 180
16Educational ManagementMerit – 180
17.Geography EducationMerit – 180
18.Political Science EducationMerit – 180
19.Economics EducationMerit – 180
20.Social Studies EducationMerit- 180


1.ChemistryMerit – 180
2.Industrial ChemistryMerit – 185
3.Animal and Environmental BiologyMerit – 180
4.MathematicsMerit – 180
5.Industrial MathematicsMerit – 180
6.GeologyMerit – 180
7Applied GeophysicsMerit – 180
8Physics and ElectronicsMerit – 180
9Plant Science and BiotechnologyMerit – 180


1.Banking and FinanceMerit – 180
2.Business AdministrationMerit – 240
Catchment – 210
3.EconomicsMerit – 230
Catchment – 200
4.Geography and Planning SciencesMerit – 180
5.Pure and Applied PsychologyMerit – 180
6.SociologyMerit – 230
Catchment – 210

AAUA Cut Off Mark for All Courses 2022/2023

The departmental cut-off mark for each course at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba is the official benchmark score.

This cut-off mark is decided by the management of each faculty after the institution’s POST UTME.

The mark, on the other hand, is based on how well the students did in the exam or screening.

Candidates should be aware that not all schools publish cut-off marks for admission after the end of the Post-Utme exams or screening.

This article will be updated once the management of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba (AAUA) announces the cut-off mark that will be used for the 2022/2023 admissions process.

How To Calculate AAUA Aggregate/Screening Score

For confirmation, every applicant who took part in the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Post Utme or Screening must know how to calculate their total score.

Use the easy steps below to calculate your screening score:

  • Divide your JAMB score by 8.
  • Divide your post-Utme score by two.
  • After that, add the results together.

For example, if your JAMB score is 300 and your Post-UTME score is 80, that means:

300/8 = 37.5

80/2 = 40

i.e 37.5 + 40 = 77.5

But some schools only accept applicants based on their Post-Utme scores, while others also look at their O-level and Jamb scores.

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