Federal Poly Ede Cut-Off Marks for 2021/2022 Session

Latest Update on Federal Poly Ede Cut-off mark for 2021: This is to inform you that the Federal Poly Ede Cut-off marks for the 2021/2022 academic session have not been released yet.

As soon as the cut-off mark gets released, we will update this page.

You can check the information below to see the cut-off marks for the last academic session.

Also if you have any questions, please do feel free to ask us using the comment box below and we will be very happy to answer you.

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Now check out the cut-off mark for the last academic session.

FED POLY EDE Cut-Off Mark 2020:  The Federal Polytechnic Ede Cut-off mark for 2020/2021 academic session has been released. See details below

Federal Poly Ede Cut-Off Marks for 2021/2022 Session

We are pleased to inform the general public especially aspirants of  The Federal Polytechnic Ede that the JAMB cut-off mark for 2020/2021 academic session is 140.

This implies that all 2020 JAMB candidates who scored at least 140 in UTME and chose Fed. Poly Ede  as their choice of institution are eligible to get the FED POLY EDE POST UTME FORM

The departmental cut-off mark for 2020 is not yet out. When it comes out, we will update this page.

Federal Poly Ede Cut-Off Mark For 2019.

Below is the Federal Polytechnic Departmental Ede Departmental Cut Off Marks for 2019/2020 Admission:

  • ACCOUNTANCY 47%
  • ARCHITECTURE 38%
  • BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 36%
  • BUSINES ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT 48%
  • BANKING AND FINANCE 42%
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING 40% 
  • COMPUTER ENGINEERING 40%
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE 43%
  • ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS 41%
  • ESTATE MANAGEMENT 38.13%
  • GEOLOGY 27.75%
  • HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 37%
  • LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE(L.I.S). 44%
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 42%
  • NUTRITION AND DIETETICS 42%
  • OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT 40%
  • QUANTITY SURVEYING 39%
  • SCIENCE LABORATORY AND TECHNOLOGY(S.L.T) 47%
  • MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS 26.88%
  • SURVEYING AND GEO-INFORMATICS 40%
  • TOURISM AND MANAGEMENT 33%
  • MARKERTING 37%
  • HOLTICULTURE 35%
  • FASHION AND DESIGN TEXTILE 32.50%

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Omolaya

Pls can I use 136 to enter ede poly

Atundaolu victor isreal

I score 141 in jamb can I study business administration

Prosper

I haven’t see my admission yet and I passed they departmental cut off but not yet admitted

Christabel

Pls, my jamb score is 157…
What should I do next to further my admission to federal poly Ede

Olaide shukurat omotayo

Has federal polytechnic ede started giving out admission for the year 2020/2021?
And pls how many batches are they going to release

Bakare Temitayo

Can they accept 41.63% for slt

Adeshina

Sir I got 39.38 and I want study electrical and electronics engineering….is it possible for me to gain admission?…and another question is ,is this the real department cut off mark ?, because I saw a new cut off mark printed on slip which people claim got be real and the cut off mark is increased

ELUGBAJU elisha

Am I qualified for computer engineering i got 41%

Oloyede Oluwatoyin

Please sir I have 165 in jamb and my post utme score is 21 and aggregate score is 41.63 and I want to study banking and financial am I free to go sir

Micheal Sunday

My aggregate scored was 40.63%can ibe admitted for electrical and electronics engineer which there cut off mark is 41%

Adewumi

How can I get this percentage or how do they calculate the percentage or they use to do post utme in campus

AJAYI EBENEZER OLAMILEKAN

Pls what’s the cutoff mark for slt for 2020/2021

ayodeji

wow, that nice

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samuel enoch

what subjects is required for geology in ede can a d7 in physics be considered?

Taiwo

Please, what is the cut off mark for slt for 2020/2021?

Blessing

Hello, I want to study Business administration in ede poly, which subjects do I need to study for the upcoming screening exam

Oyaniran Daniel

I am oyaniran Daniel by name, how can we know our exam date as released from the website stating March 1st- March 10th

Rafiu qudus

I score 197 in my utme
Can I study elect elect in ede

Otenioro dare

I scored 148 in my jamb and I want to study civil engineering. I’m I good to go

Alonge Ayobami

Please when do we expect informations on Post UTME screening for 2020/2021 admission

Abdulhakeem qowiyyu

I didn’t chose poly ede. But can I change my institution to poly Ede and still gain admission

Oladipupo Samuel

I score 192
Want to study banking and finance
Am I good to go. hope commerce won’t be a problem cause I fail that woefully in my waec

Ayomide

I scored 159 in my jamb can I go to ede

Adedayo

I scored 177 in jamb . course slt can I gain admission

Blessing

I scored 148 pls can I apply for LIS

Akindoyeni Sola

I have 161 in jamb can I be admitted to study computer engineering

Olaleye ayomide

I score 157 nd I want to study agriculture

Akinwumi olaide john

Sir,I scored 195 in jamb and i want to study SLT in Polytechnic of Ede. Am I eligible for admission.

Adeola

Please sir I score 158 in my jamb and I applied for SLT can I be admitted?? Urgent ans pls

olajide peter

Pls I got 168 in my jamb
And my o level neco, D7 in English
I want to study civil engineering
Can I apply

Last edited 11 months ago by olajide peter
Ayotunde Emmanuel

I scored 179 in jamb but I choose ede poly as second choice of institution
Can I read elect elect

Adegboye Sodiq Ajibade

I scored 168 in jamb and I want to study accounting can I be admitted. Urgent reply

Timileyin

Can I gain admission with 161 for computer engineering??

adekanye qudus

Is ede poly 3rd bench out

jerry emmanuel

pls sit the federal polytechnic of ede that was released for all course and department for this 2019/2020 sessions hope it the original one or they are still going to released another result again?

jerry emmanuel

and pls Sir I can hear that ede poly is on strike now is it true?

jerry emmanuel

pls sir I will need your update when the names of the admission list is out..

egharegebemi vincent

what of food technology
please I need answer

Akinrinola Opeyemi Mary

Good afternoon sir, when will the name be released

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