UNICAL Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024 Admission Exercise
As an aspirant, it’s important to know your intended school’s cutoff mark and this website and article are here to give you the information you need.
UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR CUTOFF MARK
The University of Calabar (UNICAL) has officially announced 140 as its school’s cutoff mark for the 2023/2024 admission exercise. This means that all aspirants/candidates who scored 140 and above are eligible for the school’s post-UTME exercise.
However, passing the jamb cutoff mark isn’t the only key to your admission, this means that you also have to pass your departmental cut-off mark for a 95% guaranteed admission.
Moreover, if you didn’t reach the general cutoff mark i.e. both the JAMB and departmental cutoff mark you are advised to do a change of course at an accredited jamb centre.
- Candidates should have 140 and above in their UTME
- Candidates should be 16 and above
- Candidates should credit not less than 5 subjects in their WASSCE or NECO
- Candidates who choose the University of Calabar as their first/ preferred choice during the UTME registration
However, interested candidates who didn’t choose UNICAL as their first/preferred choice are advised to do a change of course at a jamb-accredited center only.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR DEPARTMENTAL CUT-OFF MARK
As we said earlier, the departmental cut-off mark determines if you can get admission in your desired course
and we are going to give them out below.
moreover, if you didn’t cut your desired department’s cutoff mark you are advised
to do a change of course to a course which cuts off your mark.
|Arts||English & Literary Studies||B.A History & Int’l Studies||230||220||210|
|Arts||Theatre & Media Studies||B A Theatre And Media Studies||235||220||215|
|Arts||English & Literary Studies||B.A. (English & Literary Studies)||240||230||222|
|Arts||Modern Languages & Translation Studies||B.A Hons French||200||185||180|
|Arts||Linguistics & Nigerian Languages||B.A. Linguistics And Communication||225||215||205|
|Arts||Religious & Cultural Studies||B. A. Religious & Cultural Studies||200||185||180|
|Arts||Philosophy||B. A. Philosophy||210||185||180|
|Agric, Forestry & Wildlife Resource Management||Agric Economics||B.Agric (Agric. Economics & Extension)||190||180||180|
|Agric, Forestry & Wildlife Resource Management||Animal Science||B. Agric. (Animal Science)||210||200||190|
|Agric, Forestry & Wildlife Resource Management||Soil Science||B. Agric (Soil Science)||220||185||180|
|Agric, Forestry & Wildlife Resource Management||Forestry & Wildlife Resource Management||B.Agric.( Forestry & Wildlife)||200||195||190|
|Allied Medical Science||Medical laboratory science||B.Mls||235||222||215|
|Allied Medical Science||Nursing Sciences||Bachelor of Nursing Science (B.N.Sc.)||240||225||215|
|Allied Medical Science||Radiography & Radiological Sciences||B.SC RADIOGRAPHY||240||230||222|
|Allied Medical Science||Public health||B.Public Health (B.P.H.)||210||190||180|
|Allied Medical Science||Physiology||B.Sc. Physiology||200||185||180|
|Basic Medical Sciences||Human Anatomy||B.Sc Anatomy||210||190||180|
|Basic Medical Sciences||Biochemistry||B. Sc. Biochemistry||210||200||195|
|Clinical Sciences||Medicine & Surgery||MB.BCh||293||252||247|
|Education||Continuing Education And Development||B.ED Adult Education||190||180||180|
|Education||Edu. Admin & Planning||B.Ed In Edu Admin & Planning||210||185||180|
|Education||Educational Foundations, Guidance & Counselling||B.Ed Guidance And Counselling||210||200||180|
|Education||Library and Information Science||BLIS||205||195||180|
|Education||Human Kinetics & Health Education||B.Sc (Ed.) Human Kinetics & Health Education||200||190||180|
|Education||Vocational and Special Education||B.Sc (Ed) Business Education||210||200||180|
|Education||Vocational and Special Education||B.ED Special Education||190||180||180|
|Education||Vocational and Special Education||B.Sc (Ed) Agricultural Science Education||190||185||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||English Education||235||215||204|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Social Studies||215||190||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Geography||200||190||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Environmental Education||215||190||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Elementary Education||200||190||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Chemistry||185||180||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Biology||190||185||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education HIistory||200||190||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Economics||220||210||195|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Political Science||220||210||195|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Religion||190||180||180|
|Education||Curriculum & Teaching||Education Mathematics||200||190||180|
|Law||Law||Law LL. B(Hons)||269||260||255|
|Management Sciences||Accounting||B.Sc Accounting||238||226||220|
|Management Sciences||Banking & Finance||B.Sc Banking & Finance||210||200||190|
|Management Sciences||Marketing||B.Sc. Marketing||200||185||180|
|Management Sciences||Business Management||B.Sc Business Management||240||230||225|
|Science||Pure and Applied Chemistry||Chemistry||190||180||180|
|Science||Maths/Stats & Comp. sci||Computer Science||220||210||200|
|Science||Maths/Stats & Comp. sci||Maths/Stats||195||180||180|
|Science||Physics||B.Sc Applied Geophysics||210||185||180|
|Science||Physics||B.Sc Physics (Electronics And Computer Technology)||205||185||180|
|Science||Genetics & Biotechnology||B.SC. Genetics & Biotechnology||215||195||180|
|Science||Zoology & Env. Biology||B.Sc Zoology & Env. Biology||215||180||180|
|Social Sciences||Sociology||B.Sc Sociology||235||225||220|
|Social Sciences||Sociology||B.SC Social Work||215||200||185|
|Social Sciences||Geography And Environmental Science||B.Sc. Environmental Resources Management (ERM)||215||200||180|
|Social Sciences||Geography And Environmental Science||B.Sc. Geography And Environmental Science||220||207||195|
|Social Sciences||Public Administration||B.SC. Policy And Administrative Studies||200||190||180|
|Social Sciences||Public Administration||B.SC. Public Administration||235||227||220|
|Social Sciences||Economics||B.SC. Economics||245||234||230|
|Social Sciences||Political Science||B.Sc. Political Science||235||225||220|
The table above is the list of faculties, courses, and programs with their respective cutoff marks.
Mere looking you will notice the cutoff marks are in three different categories this will help you to know which category you are in and know your next move.
Does UNICAL accept 160?
UNICAL cutoff marks for all the courses being offered in the school have been released by the management. The minimum score in JAMB for all aspirants is 140. Any UTME candidate who scores 140 and above is eligible for the University of Calabar post-UTME screening exercise.
What is the highest score in UNICAL post UTME?
The maximum score that can be obtained in the exam is 400 marks. Calculating your UNICAL Post UTME aggregate score is essential for determining your chances of admission to the University of Calabar.
Is UNICAL post UTME form 2023 out?
University of Calabar (UNICAL) opens registration for Post UTME 2023/2024 on July 10th, 2023. Therefore, Eligible candidates who scored 140+ in JAMB can purchase forms online or via E-transact at any commercial bank. Registration closes on August 20th, 2023.
Can I enter UNICAL with 150?
Yes, with the cutoff mark at 140 whoever scores 140 and above is eligible.
Does UNICAL accept 140?
The important number for the 2023/2024 session is set at 140.
This means that only candidates who scored 140 or above in the Joint Admissions & Matriculation Examination (JAMB) and choose UNICAL as their first choice, are eligible to apply for the Post UTME screening exercise.
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