In this article, I will like to elaborate more about the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) cut-off mark 2021/2022. If you’ve been searching for the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Jamb cut-off mark or its departmental aggregate then I guess u are on the right page. This is to inform the general public that the management of the institution has announced the 2021/2022 cut-off mark.


This cut-off mark is for those that chose LAUTECH as their first choice in the last Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and those who didn’t choose the school but willing to apply for a change of institution. Also, This article will help students preparing for the upcoming JAMB & POST UTME examination to know the minimum score expected of them to have before processing admission.


Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Jamb Cut Off Mark 2021/2022


The Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Jamb cut-off mark is the general cut-off mark set as a benchmark for all courses offered in the institution. LAUTECH Jamb’s cut-off mark for the 2021/2022 academic session is 160, so for a student to register for the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology POST UTME he or she must score nothing less than 160 in the concluded JAMB examination. However, Due to high competition, it’s advisable to score more than the required cut-off mark to boost your chances of gaining admission into the university.


Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2020/2021


The Ladoke Akintola University of Technology departmental cut-off mark is the official benchmark score set to process admission for each course. This cut-off mark is decided by the management of each faculty after the successful conclusion of the institution’s POST UTM Examination. Meanwhile, The mark is determined by the performance of students after the examination or screening. Candidates should note that not all school releases cut off marks to process admission after the conclusion of Post utme examination or screening.


Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (FAGS)


Agric Economics (AEC) – Merit: 57.85; Catchment: 43.0


Agric Extension and Rural Development (AER)– Merit: 55.95; Catchment: 41.1


Animal Nutrition and Biotechnology (ANB) – Merit: 56.6; Catchment: 44.6


Animal Production and Health (APH) – Merit: 57.85; Catchment: 40.65


Crop Production and Soil Science (CPS) – Merit: 50.35; Catchment: 40.0


Crop and Environmental Protection (CEP) – Merit: 48.0; Catchment: 40.0


Faculty of Management Sciences (FMS)


Accounting (ACT) – Merit: 62.2; Catchment: 54.75


Business Management – Merit: 58.05; Catchment: 41.55


Economics – Merit: 61.85; Catchment: 43.5


Marketing (MKT) – Merit: 58.1; Catchment: 39.4


Transport Management (TPM) – Merit: 57.5; Catchment: 44.7


Faculty of Engineering Technology (FET)


Agricultural Engineering (AGE) – Merit: 56.8; Catchment: 43.9


Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) – Merit: 60.7; Catchment: 48.35


Civil Engineering (CVE) – Merit: 63.7; Catchment: 54.35


Chemical Engineering (CHE) – Merit: 64.85; Catchment: 48.1


Food Science and Engineering (FSE) – Merit: 58.5; Catchment: 45.0


Mechanical Engineering (MEE)– Merit: 62.75; Catchment: 52.4


Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)– Merit: 60.75; Catchment: 51.7


Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences (PAS)


Pure and Applied Biology (PAB) – Merit: 55.9; Catchment: 41.1


Pure and Applied Chemistry (PAC) – Merit: 55.4; Catchment: 42


Pure and Applied Mathematics (PAM) – Merit: 55.7; Catchment: 44.55


Pure and Applied Physics (PAP) – Merit: 56.1; Catchment: 45.15


Earth Sciences (ESC) – Merit: 51.7; Catchment: 40.0


Science Laboratory Technology (SLT) – Merit: 58.6; Catchment: 52.7


Statistics (STA) – Merit: 55.35; Catchment: 44.3


Faculty of Environmental Sciences (FES)


Architecture (ARC) – Merit: 63.2; Catchment: 54.4


Fine and Applied Arts (FAA) – Merit: 59.0; Catchment: 40.0


Urban and Regional Planning (URP) – Merit: 57.5; Catchment: 40.35


Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences (FBMS)


Anatomy (ANA)– Merit: 58.95; Catchment: 49.15


Biochemistry (BCH) – Merit: 60.6; Catchment: 53.55


Physiology (PSG) – Merit: 59.9; Catchment: 52.25


Faculty of Clinical Sciences (FCS)


Medicine (MED) – Merit: 80.9; Catchment: 77.3


Biomedical – Merit: 70.45; Catchment: 64.4


Faculty of Nursing Sciences


Nursing (NUR) – Merit: 71.75; Catchment: 66.6


Faculty of Food and Consumer Sciences


Food Science – Merit: 57.05; Catchment: 42.4


Nutrition and Dietetics – Merit: 57.9; Catchment: 42.65


Faculty of Computing and Informatics


Computer Science– Merit: 62.4; Catchment: 57.75


Cyber Security Science – Merit: 56.9; Catchment: 43.7


Information System Science – Merit: 51.5; Catchment: 40


How To Calculate LAUTECH Aggregate/Screening Score


Every aspirant candidate that participated in the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Post Utme / Screening must know how to calculate their aggregate score for confirmation. Follow the simple steps below to calculate your screening score


Divide your JAMB score by 8


Divide your post utme score by 2


After which you add both of them together.


For example; You score 300 in JAMB and 80 in post utme that means;


300/8 = 37.5 80/2 = 40 i.e 37.5 + 40 = 77.5


However, some institutions only use post utme result to admit candidates while some use O’level and Jamb result to determine student screening result. Click here to read more about aggregate score calculation.

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