How to Calculate LAUTECH Aggregate Score / Departmental Cut Off Mark

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How to Calculate LAUTECH Aggregate Score / Departmental Cut Off Mark

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How to Calculate LAUTECH Aggregate Score / Departmental Cut Off Mark: After going through JAMB and the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Post UTME exams, most admission seekers find themselves at a loss as to how to calculate the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology aggregate score for the 2020/2021 academic session.

The aggregate score represents the total points or per cent (as used by some universities) scored by a candidate after taking the JAMB and Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Post UTME exams.

The final score will determine if you will get admitted to into the university to study the course of your choice.

So, this is why it is important to know the departmental cut off mark of the course you wish to study and ensure that you get an aggregate cut off mark that is higher than the departmental cut off mark.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO KNOW YOUR AGGREGATE SCORE OR CUT OFF MARK

It is important to know your aggregate score or Cut-Off Mark because it affects your chances of being admitted in Lautech.

As stated above, every candidate must meet the departmental cut off mark before being admitted into the university and it’s the aggregate cut off mark that determines whether or not you meet the departmental cut off mark.

How to Calculate the LAUTECH Aggregate Score

Very importantly, we have found out that students covet more on know the  LAUTECH Aggregate score for Engineering courses, Lautech aggregate score for medicine, Lautech aggregate score for Law, and How does LAUTECH calculate their aggregate cut off mark? Well, you will know what and how below.

The answers to the questions are very simple.

There is no special method used to calculate Lautech aggregate score for any course, the same method is what is used to calculate the Lautech aggregate score irrespective of the course or faculty.

Here is how to calculate the LAUTECH aggregate/departmental score (JAMB cut off mark and Post UTME Score). Before proceeding, it is important to know that the school requires candidates to score at least 160 in JAMB and 50% in their post UTME to stand a chance of gaining admission into the institution.

  • LAUTECH Aggregate JAMB Score = 50%
  • LAUTECH Aggregate Post UTME Score = 50%

STEP 1: Divide your JAMB score by 8,

STEP 2: Then you are to divide your Post UTME score by 2,

Whatever your answers are, then you are to add them up to know what your score is over 100.

For Example, Caleb scored 240 in JAMB, and 50 in Post-UTME, this means that Caleb’s aggregate score would be calculated as follows:

1. JAMB score divided by 8 that is, 240/8 =30%
2. Post UTME score divided by 2, that is, 50/2 = 25%

Finally, add both scores together, which will give you Bayo’s aggregate score. To do this, add, 30% + 25% = 55%.

Caleb’s aggregate score is 55%

Hope you have understood how Lautech aggregate score is calculated now? Well, at this time, you can actually start projecting and calculating the score you envisage, and your admission possibilities.

LAUTECH Post UTME Cut off Marks:

The post UTME cut-off mark for 2020/2021 is yet to be announced. Below are the cut-off marks used for the 2019/2020 admission exercise.

  • AEC 44%
  • AER 35%
  • ANB 37%
  • APH 43%
  • CEP 30%
  • CPS 30%
  • ACT 35%
  • MKT 35%
  • TPM 44%
  • AGE 45%
  • CHE 53%
  • CSE 58%
  • CVE 58%
  • EEE 61%
  • FSE 46%
  • MEE 60%
  • ESC 39%
  • PAB 48%
  • PAC 46%
  • PAM 45%
  • PAP 40%
  • SLT 50%
  • STA 42%
  • ARC. 57%
  • FAA 30%
  • URP 42%
  • ANA 50%
  • BCH 54%
  • PSG 53%
  • MED 73%
  • MLS 68%
  • NUR 66%

Going through the Lautech cut-off mark for mark academic session and by statistics the Jamb performance of students, it can be safely predicted that the Lautech cut-off mark for 2020/2021 academic session won’t be too different.

So I can advise you to safely work with this in mind till I will update you of the latest cut off mark.

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