RAMATPOLY Cut off mark 2020/2021 Academic Session.

Ramat Poly Departmental  Cut off mark    The Ramat Polytechnic (RAMATPOLY) Departmental Cut off marks for the 2020/2021 Academic Session—All candidates who scored the Exact point or above scored are qualified to get Admission into the Ramat Polytechnic .

RAMATPOLY Departmental Cut off mark
RAMATPOLY Departmental Cut off mark

All candidates who scored the Exact point or above scored are qualified for the  Ramat Polytechnic (RAMATPOLY)  2020/2021 Admission Exercise



What is the Meaning of Cut off Marks?

In most institutions Cut off Mark is an Agreed point determined by the authorities of an institution for qualification of students to be admitted in the course of the institution.

You might ask questions like: I had 180 and above but was not still given the admission to study my desired course?

For example in an examination hall when 100 students or candidates sit for an exam out of the 100 student one or two student may have the biggest score out of the rest…let’s say that there is an job recruitment offered by a company and there is a text or an exam given the person who scored up to 300 and they rest have below 200 point the candidate who score the highest will be valued ore than the rest and he or she will be given the job that is an example of cut off marks.

How is cutoff Mark decided?

According to the experts and educational scholars, the cut off score is determined by many factors. Difficulty level associated with the exam, maximum percentile scored, number of applicants in different score ranges and so on. This means there is a probability that cut off scores can vary for each year.



How can I know my cut off mark?

Students should know about calculating cutoff marks. The total marks for every subject is 200. First, take your mathematics mark, divide it by 2, then you will get the marks for 100. Marks of physics and chemistry should be divided by 4, then you would get marks for 50 for each subject.


 Ramat Polytechnic Cut off mark

RAMAT Poly JAMB cut off mark for all courses 2020/2021 academic session is 150 points, therefore, candidates who score up to 150 and above are automatically eligible for Ramat  polytechnic internal screening exercise, but we must warn you, the higher your JAMB score, the higher your chances of clinching the course registered in your UTME.

Accounting 150 and above
Agricultural Engineering / Technology 150 and above
Agricultural Technology 150 and above
Animal Health & Production Technology 150 and above
Architectural Technology 150 and above
Banking and Finance 150 and above
Building Technology 150 and above
Business Administration and Management 150 and above
Chemical Engineering Technology 150 and above
Computer Engineering 150 and above
Computer Science 150 and above
Estate Management And Valuation 150 and above
Hospitality Management 150 and above
Local Government Studies 150 and above
Mechanical Engineering Technology 150 and above
Nutrition and Dietetics 150 and above
Office Technology And Management 150 and above
Quantity Surveying 150 and above
Science Laboratory Technology 150 and above
Surveying and Geo-Informatics 150 and above
Urban and Regional Planning 150 and above



How is cut off marks calculated in 2020?

You need to Divide the physics and chemistry marks by 4 and Divide the Maths mark by 2, Add the 3 results you will get the engineering Cutoff marks out of 120 . The formula is simple CutoffMark = (Physics / 4) + (Chemistry / 4) + (Maths / 2) , and you’ll get your marks for Ramat Polytechnic.

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