UNIBEN Cut Off Mark 2023/2024 is for UTME and direct applicants who wish to study at the University of Benin. You will also see the Uniben departmental aggregate Cut Off Mark for all courses, and how to calculate the cut off according to normal procedure.
Looking to secure your spot at the prestigious University of Benin (UNIBEN) in Nigeria? Then you’re probably already aware that acing your exams is just the beginning. Your dream of joining the UNIBEN community depends significantly on meeting a specific requirement, the ever-crucial cut-off mark.
With so many questions swirling around, like “What is the cut-off mark for my preferred course?” or “How does UNIBEN determine these marks?”, you might be feeling a tad overwhelmed. But, don’t you worry – we’ve got you covered!
In this blog post, we’ll be diving deep into everything you need to know about UNIBEN’s cut-off marks, breaking it down by department, course, and even guiding you on how to make the cut. This comprehensive guide is your roadmap to understanding not only what the cut-off marks are, but also the factors that influence these decisions.
So, get comfy and read on, because we’re about to make this daunting process a whole lot simpler. Your journey to UNIBEN starts here!
See the list of Uniben courses in 2023/2024
It is also important that all applicants who wish to apply to the University of Benin choose UNIBEN as their first choice at JAMB.
UNIBEN Cut Off Mark
Please check the UNIBEN 2023/2024 total cut off mark for all courses and UNIBEN departmental Cut Off Mark below.
If you remember, the main reason for visiting this page was to find out the Cut off mark of the UNIBEN JAMB and UNIBEN Departmental aggregates.
Without wasting any more time, the UNIBEN JAMB 2022 Deadline Mark is 200 which the school gives to all applicants. Now let’s proceed to the main Uniben cut off mark and departmental aggregate Cut Off Mark 2023/2024.
UNIBEN Cut Off Mark 2023/2024
|Faculty||Course of Study||Screening Cut of Mark|
|AGR||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE (AGRIC ECONS)||200|
|AGR||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE (ANIMAL SCIENCE)||200|
|AGR||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE (CROP SCIENCE)||200|
|AGR||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE (FISHERIES)||200|
|AGR||BACHELOR OF AGRICULTURE (SOIL SCIENCE)||200|
|AGR||BACHELOR OF FORESTRY & WILDLIFE||200|
|ART||B. A (LINGUISTICS)||200|
|ART||B.A (LINGUISTICS AND EDO LANGUAGE)||200|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS (ENGLISH & LITERATURE)||200|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS (FINE AND APPLIED ARTS)||200|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS (INTER. STUDIES)||205|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS (PHILOSOPHY)||200|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS (RELIGIOUS STUDIES)||200|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS FOREIGN LANGUAGES||200|
|ART||BACHELOR OF ARTS (HISTORY)||200|
|ART||BACHELORS OF ART (MASS COMMUNICATION)||210|
|ART||BACHELORS OF ART (THEARTER ARTS)||200|
|BMS||B.SC. MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY||200|
|BMS||B.SC. NURSING SCIENCES||215|
|BMS||MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE||200|
|DEN||BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGERY||200|
|EDU||ADULT EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS||200|
|EDU||ADULT EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH AND LIT||200|
|EDU||ADULT EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHY||200|
|EDU||ADULT EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL POL SCI AND PUB ADMIN||200|
|EDU||B.A. (ED) ENGLISH & LITERATURE||200|
|EDU||B.A. (ED) FINE & APPLIED ARTS||200|
|EDU||B.A. (ED) FRENCH||200|
|EDU||B.A. (ED) HISTORY||200|
|EDU||B.A. (ED) RELIGIOUS STUDIES||200|
|EDU||B.SC (ED) HUMAN KINETICS||200|
|EDU||B.SC (ED) LIBRARY INFORMATION SCIENCE||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) ADULT EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) AGRICULTURE EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) BUSINESS EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT (ECONOMICS)||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT (POL SCIENCE)||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) HEALTH EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) INDUSTRIAL TECHNICAL EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) PHYSICAL EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) POLITICAL SCIENCE||200|
|EDU||B.SC(ED) SOCIAL STUDIES||200|
|EDU||B.SC. (ED) EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION||200|
|EDU||B.SC.(ED) ECONOMICS & STATISTICS||200|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CHEMICAL)||215|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (CIVIL)||210|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (COMPUTER)||210|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (ELECT/ELECT)||215|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL)||220|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (PETROLEUM)||200|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (PRODUCTION)||200|
|ENG||BACHELOR OF ENGINERRING (STRUCTURAL)||200|
|EVS||B.SC. ESTATE MANAGEMENT||200|
|EVS||B.SC. QUANTITY SURVEYING||200|
|EVS||B.SC. SURVEYING AND GEO-INFORMATICS||200|
|LAW||BACHELOR OF LAWS||205|
|LSC||B.SC PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY||200|
|LSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ENVIROMENT)||200|
|LSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (MICROBIOLOGY)||210|
|LSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ANIMAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY||200|
|LSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE LAB TECHNOLOGY||200|
|LSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(BIOCHEM)||210|
|LSC||DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY||210|
|MED||BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY||220|
|MGS||B.SC. ACTUARIAL SCIENCE||200|
|MGS||B.SC. INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT||200|
|MGS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ACCOUNTING)||220|
|MGS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BUSINESS ADMIN.)||220|
|MGS||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, BANKING & FINANCE||210|
|PHA||DOCTOR OF PHARMACY||215|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (GEOLOGY)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (MATHEMATICS)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(COMPUTER SCIENCE)||210|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(INDUSTRIAL MATHEMATICS)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(INDUSTRIAL PHYSICS)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(MATHEMATICS AND ECONS)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(PHYSICS)||200|
|PSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(PURE & APPLIED MATH)||200|
|SSC||B.SC. SOCIAL WORK||200|
|SSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (ECO. & STATISTICS)||210|
|SSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (GEO. & REG. PLANN.)||200|
|SSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (SOC. & ANTHRO.)||200|
|SSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(POL. SCI & PUB. ADM)||205|
|SSC||BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(PUBLIC ADMINISTARTION)||200|
Note: The Uniben cut off mark for each varies depending on the performance of candidates who applied to study in the school for that year.
UNIBEN Post UTME Cut-off Point | UNIBEN Cut off mark
UNIBEN Average Post UTME cut off mark is 50%
FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES/PHYSICAL SCIENCE
- Animal and environmental biology – 50
- Geology – 55
- Microbiology – 60
- Chemistry – 55
- Biochemistry – 50
- Botany – 50
- Mathematics – 50
- Physics – 50
- Science laboratory technology – 55
- Industrial chemistry – 55
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
- Agric Economics – 55
- Agric Extension – 55
- Animal science – 50
- Fisheries – 50
- Crop science – 50
- Forestry and wild life – 50
- Soil science – 50
FACULTY OF ART
- English and Lit. Studies – 60
- Theatre Art – 50
- Linguistics – 50
- Mass communication – 60
- Religious studies – 50
- Fine and Applied Arts – 55
- French – 50
- Philosophy – 50
- History and inter. Studies – 50
COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
- Anatomy – 60
- Medical Biochemistry – 60
- Medicine and Surgery – 70
- Nursing – 60
- Pharmacology – 60
- Physiology – 60
- Library and information science – 50
- ESAM – 50
- Economics education – 50
- Business education – 50
- Computer education – 50
- English education – 50
- Political science education – 5o
- Social science education (social studies) – 50
FACULTY OF LAW
- Law – 70
FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
- Accountancy – Business administration 55
- Banking and finance – 55
- Insurance – 50
- Pharmacy – 65
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
- Business administration – 55
- Economics – 55
- Geography and regional planning – 50
- Political science – 55
- Sociology – 50
- Social works – 50
How to calculate your UNIBEN cut off mark total/average score
To find out your average score is quite easy, just follow the instructions and examples below to check your score.
8÷ Your JAMB Score=?2÷ Your UNIBEN Post UTME Score =?
JAMB Score?? + Post UTME Score?? = your aggregate/average score
Your JAMB score = 200
Your post-UTME score = 70
200 ÷ 8 = 25%
70 ÷ 2 = 35%
25% + 35% = 60%
Your total/average score is 77.5 and determines whether you are at your departmental limit level.
N/B: It is very easy to get admission when one has met the required cut off mark in a particular degree.
UNIBEN Post UTME Eligibility | UNIBEN Cut Off Mark
- Applicants who achieve an accurate score or cut-off score greater than 200
- Applicants who have selected the University of Benin as their institution of choice when enrolling in UTME
- Applicants with a minimum level of (5) O’ have passed a relevant subject (including English and Mathematics) at GCE O’Level, WASCE, SSCE, NECO or a recognized equivalent in no more than 2 sessions.
- Applicant must be at least 16 years old
- Interested applicants who have not selected the University of Benin as their institution of choice at the time of UTME registration but wish to study at the University and have earned 200 points or more in UTME for 2021 are requested to contact UNIBEN via the UTME JAMB website.
How is How UNIBEN Departmental Cut Off Mark is determined
Navigating the admissions process at the University of Benin (UNIBEN) can feel a bit like deciphering a secret code. And, one crucial piece of that puzzle is the departmental cut-off mark. But don’t worry, we’re here to decode this for you and make it as easy as ABC!
First things first, let’s get clear on what we’re talking about. The departmental cut-off mark is the minimum score you need in your Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and post-UTME to be eligible for admission into a specific department at UNIBEN.
So, how is this mysterious number determined? Well, there’s no magic or dart throwing involved. It’s a thought-through process guided by a few key factors.
- Performance in the UTME: The better the overall performance of applicants in the UTME for a specific course, the higher the departmental cut-off mark is likely to be. So, if everyone is acing the UTME, the cut-off goes up. It’s a bit like a tug of war – as scores go up, so does the cut-off mark. See how to score high in JAMB.
- Departmental Quota: Each department has a limit on the number of students it can admit each year, and this influences the cut-off mark. If there are fewer slots available, the competition gets fierce, and the cut-off mark might be raised to narrow down the applicants.
- Popularity of the Course: Some courses attract more students than others. For these popular courses, the cut-off mark is typically higher because, well, there’s more competition.
Remember, these cut-off marks aren’t designed to make life difficult. They’re there to ensure that the admission process is fair and that the most qualified candidates secure spots.
So there you have it – the “secret code” for determining the UNIBEN departmental cut-off mark. Now, go ahead and smash those exams!
How to score above University of Benin Cut off Point
Hey future UNIBEN whiz!
I know you’ve got your eyes on the prize – scoring above that all-important University of Benin (UNIBEN) cut-off point. It might seem like a daunting task right now, but with a solid strategy and a dash of perseverance, it’s entirely achievable. Let’s break down a game plan together!
- Understanding the Exam Structure: Like building a skyscraper, scoring high begins with a solid foundation. In this case, that means understanding the structure of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and the post-UTME. Knowing what to expect will help you maximize your points and stay cool under pressure.
- Smart Study Techniques: Quality over quantity, my friend! Instead of marathon study sessions, break your study time into manageable chunks and focus on one topic at a time. And remember, practice makes perfect – solving past questions can help you understand the exam pattern and improve your speed and accuracy.
- Brush Up Your Basics: Each subject has core concepts that everything else is built upon. Identify these for your chosen subjects and make sure you understand them inside out. This will help you solve complex problems more easily and quickly.
- Healthy Habits: Believe it or not, your lifestyle habits can directly impact your exam performance. Make sure to get plenty of sleep, eat a balanced diet, and take regular breaks during your study sessions. This will keep your brain sharp and ready to absorb all that knowledge!
- Positive Mindset: Last but not least, believe in yourself! It might sound cheesy, but a positive mindset can work wonders. Visualize yourself acing the exams and getting that admission letter. It’s amazing what a boost of confidence can do.
And there you have it – your roadmap to scoring above the UNIBEN cut-off point. You’re armed and ready to take on the challenge. Remember, it’s not about being perfect, it’s about doing your best. So buckle up, and let’s get started on making your UNIBEN dreams a reality!
What to do If I don’t Score up to UNIBEN Cut Off Mark?
First things first, let’s take a deep breath together. Not hitting the University of Benin (UNIBEN) cut-off mark might feel like a setback, but it’s not the end of the world, not by a long shot. There are still several options open to you. Here’s what you can do:
1. Consider a Change of Course: Different courses have different cut-off marks. It might be worthwhile to consider switching to a course with a lower cut-off mark. You can always cross back later or go for a Masters in your initially preferred field.
See all you need to know about JAMB Changing of course.
2. Look at Other Institutions: UNIBEN is an excellent university, but it’s not the only one out there. There are plenty of other universities with great programs that might have a lower cut-off mark. Remember, it’s not just where you study, but what you make of it.
Check out JAMB Changing of Institution.
3. Try a Pre-degree or Remedial Program: These are programs created to prepare students for university-level study. It usually runs for a year, and on successful completion, you will gain direct entry into a degree program at the university.
4. Re-sit Your Exams: If you’re committed to studying your chosen course at UNIBEN. You should consider taking your UTME again next year. Use the extra time to level up on your studies and aim to hit the cut-off mark next time around.
FAQs about UNIBEN Cut Off Mark
Jumping into the world of university admissions can feel like diving headfirst into a bowl of alphabet soup, especially when acronyms like “UNIBEN” and phrases like “cut-off mark” start swirling around. No need to panic, though! We’ve put together some frequently asked questions (and their answers) about the University of Benin (UNIBEN) cut-off mark to make your life a whole lot easier. So let’s get started!
How is the UNIBEN cut-off mark determined?
Great question! The cut-off mark isn’t just plucked out of thin air. It’s influenced by things like the overall performance of applicants in the UTME, the number of available spots in each department, and the popularity of the course.
Does the cut-off mark change every year?
Yes, it can. Depending on the factors we just mentioned (like applicant performance and course popularity), the cut-off mark may change from one academic year to the next.
Is the cut-off mark the same for all courses at UNIBEN?
Nope! Each department at UNIBEN has its own cut-off mark, based on the factors we discussed earlier. So, the cut-off mark for Medicine might be different from the one for Sociology, for example.
I scored just below the cut-off mark. Do I still have a chance of getting in?
While the cut-off mark is a crucial part of the admission process, it’s not the only thing that UNIBEN looks at. Factors like your O’level results and performance in the post-UTME can also come into play. So don’t lose hope just yet!
How can I increase my chances of scoring above the cut-off mark?
Smart studying is your secret weapon here. Understand the exam structure, focus on the core concepts in your subjects, practice with past questions, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. And of course, believe in yourself!
Navigating the UNIBEN admission process can feel like a rollercoaster ride, but armed with this information, you’re well-prepared for the journey ahead. Remember, every big dream starts with a single step, and you’re already on your way. So take a deep breath, trust in your abilities, and reach for the stars!
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