FCEKG Cut off Mark 2020/2021 and Departmental Cut Off Point For All Courses.

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FCEKG Cut off Mark 2020/2021 and Departmental Cut Off Point For All Courses..

FCEKG Cut off MarkFCEKG Cut off Mark and Departmental Cut Off Point 2020, Federal College of Education, Kontagora, Cut Off Mark For FCEKG 2020, See full Details below.

FCEKG Cut off Mark

FCEKG Cut off Mark

Examstuts has compiled the complete list of cut off marks for FCEKG and the departmental cut off points. These are the criteria to be met if one is to be admitted into any of these departments. In a previous post, we had listed all the courses offered in FCEKG and their requirements. You need to read it as it will be another helpful guide for aspiring students.

FCEKG Cut off Mark 2020/2021

Cut off mark is the mark set by the authority or board that conducts an exam, which is considered as the passing or clearing level of the exam.

Based on cut off mark, candidates are shortlisted for the further stages of selection process.

Cut off varies for different exams, it varies with availability of vacancies and competition level.

Here is an example to illustrate what a cut of mark is.

If there are ten persons writing an exam to become a clerk in a bank but the total Vacancy is 2, so the bank needs to eliminate some candidates and retain few for next level of selection say interview, so they put up a cut off which is probably an above average mark for the exam conducted thus eliminating few low scorers and selecting others for next level. Hope this helped to explain what cut off mark is?

Official FCEKG Cut Off Mark 2020

The official JAMB and Post-UTME cut off mark for FCEKG is 180. Following the scrapping of Post-UTME by federal government, the Joints Admission and Matriculation board (JAMB) had given a bench mark of 180 and above for candidates applying for Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education. For this reason, FCEKG has followed suit to place their cut off mark at 180.

But the question that might be bordering you remains: what about those that had 180 and above but were not still given the admission to study their desired courses?

You have to know this; candidates with higher scores are first considered; in admission basics, candidates with lower scores though might meet the cut off mark of 180 may likely not be admitted. In fact, it is the higher your scores, the higher the chance of being admitted.

FCEKG Departmental Cut-off Mark 2020

Most Universities, including the Federal College of Education, Kontagora, FCEKG does not really have a specific cut off mark for courses. Nevertheless, prospective candidates who have scored a minimum of 180 in UTME examination are deem eligible to apply for admission for any of their choice courses.

Mode Of Admission Screening In FCEKG 2020/2021-Admission Requirements

Candidates who scored a minimum of 180 in the 2016 utme
– Candidates who possess the minimum entry qualification (WAEC/NECO TC II/NABTEB).

Admission is free and will be given to qualified candidates regardless of whether or not FCE Kontagora was included as one of their choice institution to jamb.

Interested candidates should forward photocopies of 2016 UTME JAMB SLIP AND WASC/NECO/TC II/NABTEB results to the admission officer.

Admission will be based on first come, first served as only limited spaces are available.

How To Contact FCEKG: Address And Location

  1. Telephone: 067-220183.
  2. Telephone: 067-220121.
  3. Telephone: 067-20085.
  4. Website/URL Address: http://fcekg.com/
  5. Location: Kontagora, Niger

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