For those of you unsure of your eligibility to apply for admission and wondering what the Federal Poly Ado Ekiti cut-off mark is for the 2023–2024 academic session, worry no more as we have the Federal Poly Ado Ekiti cut-off mark for the 2023–2024 academic session on this page.
The Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti is making use of this platform to inform the general public, particularly those who selected the institution as their top or second choice during the 2023 UTME Registration, that the cut-off mark that will be used for the 2023/2024 admission process has been made public. You can ask for a change of institution if you didn’t choose the school initially.
For the academic year 2023–2024, the official Federal Poly Ado Ekiti JAMB Cut-Off Mark for all courses is already available.
Those candidates who selected Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti as their top choice of institution during UTME registration should therefore verify if they have achieved the current Ado Ekiti Polytechnic Cut-off mark for this academic session.
Applicants are recommended to bring all necessary documentation, including recent passport photos since those who meet the cut-off point will thereafter participate in an internal screening exercise (4 copies preferably).
Candidates should be aware that one of the advantages of meeting the Federal Poly Ado cut-off mark for JAMB is that it allows them to enroll in any of the school’s courses, provided they perform well in the internal screening process.
Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti Cut off Mark 2023/2024
The school administration has announced the departmental cut-off scores for Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti. The cutoff point for each prospective student’s chosen courses must be met in order for them to be accepted.
This indicates that there are strong possibilities for admission for all 2023 applicants who took the JAMB exam and achieved the necessary cut-off mark for Federal Poly Ado Ekiti.
Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti Admission Requirements
1. All Students who selected The Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti as their first or second choice and scored at least 150 in the 2020–2021 UTME.
In addition to the aforementioned prerequisites, candidates must be proficient in five (5) O’ level subjects at the Credit level in no more than two (2) sittings.
2. All candidates with a score of 150 or higher in the most recent UTME who did not select the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti as their first or second choice but are interested in switching their institutions can do so.
Some documents are required by the school authority for their internal screening exercise
After seeing all of Federal Polytechnic, Ado’s departmental cut-off marks, and UTME cut-off marks for the year, the next important question to ask is How Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti do their screening.
Federal Polytechnic, Ado conducts its admissions screening essentially in two stages.
Aspirants who submitted an application to Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti instantly begin the pre-screening process in the first step.
Typically, during this initial round, only the SSCE results and the JAMB registration printout are required.
To avoid heartfelt stories, all candidates are recommended to arrive at their pre-screening locations or centers 30 minutes prior to the start of the screening.
As soon as you are accepted into Federal Polytechnic, Ado, to study any course of your choice, the second phase begins. But, at the second stage, you must conduct proper screening, and the typical documents required are;
1. Candidates must first surpass the Federal Polytechnic Ado cut-off mark, as set by JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board)
2. The applicant must possess a minimum of 5 credits in math, English, and other subjects that are pertinent to his or her chosen field of study.
3. Original copy of JAMB result slip
4. Original documentation, including certificates from the “O” level, is not recognized by Federal Polytechnic Ado.
5. Your birth certificate in its original form
6. Your secondary school Testimonial
7. Four (4) recent passport photographs (to be on the safe side)
However, some institutions only use post-UTME results to admit candidates while some use O’level and Jamb results to determine student screening results.