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Cut Off Mark for Religions and African Culture in AAUA 2021/2022

Cut off mark for Religions and African Culture in AAUA: If you want to know AAUA cut off mark for Religions and African Culture for 2020/2021 academic session then am very happy to inform you that Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba cut off mark for Religions and African Culture is available here in this post.

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The general public including all those who want to study Religions and African Culture in AAUA are hereby informed that the cut off mark for Religions and African Culture in AAUA for 2020/2021 academic session has been released by the management of Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba.

What Is JAMB Cut Off Mark?

Before we get to the cut off mark for Religions and African Culture, keep in mind that cut off mark is a minimum point that a JAMB candidate is required to score in JAMB before he or she will be considered for admission into any institution in Nigeria that accept the supposed cut off mark.

In that regard, AAUA cut off mark for Religions and African Culture is a minimum point that is required from a JAMB aspirants who wish to be considered for admission to study Religions and African Culture in AAUA.

Cut Off Mark for Religions and African Culture In AAUA

The cut off mark for Religions and African Culture in AAUA is 180.

To be considered for admission in AAUA to study Religions and African Culture, you need to score either exactly 180 or above 180 in JAMB before you can qualify to participate in to participate in Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba post UTME screening exercise. You can also check out JAMB subject combination for Religions and African Culture here.

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