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AAU Ekpoma Departmental Cut-off Marks 2017/2018 Published

See AAU Ekpoma Departmental Cut-off Mark 2017 Here.

The Management of Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma has approved the Cut-off Marks for the 2017/2018 admission exercise. See details below.

Cut-Off Marks For 2017/2018 Admissions Exercise:

Animal Science 40
Crop Science 40
Agric. Econs/Extension 40
Soil Science 40
English 40
History/ISD 40
Modern Languages 40
Philosophy 40
Religious Studies & Cultural Management 40
Theatre & Media Arts 40
Medical Lab. Science 55
Physiology 40
Nursing 60
Anatomy 40
Medicine & Surgery 80
Curriculum & Instruction 40
Educational Found. & Management 40
Guidance & Counselling 40
Physical & Health Education 40
Voc. & Tech. Education 40
Library & Inf. Science 40
Civil Engineering 45
Elect/Elect. Engineering 45
Mech. Engineering 45
Industrial & Production Engineering 40
Architecture 40
Building 40
Fine & Applied Arts 40
Geo. & Environmental Management 40
LAW 70
Accounting 55
Banking & Finance 40
Business Admin. 55
Public Admin. 40
Biochemistry 40
Botany 40
Microbiology 50
Zoology 40
Mathematics 40
Ind. Maths. 40
Statistics 40
Physics 40
Geophysics 40
Chemistry 40
Industrial Chemistry 40
Computer Science 50
Economics 40
Political Science 45
Sociology 45
Psychology 40

This is to inform the University community and the general public especially the students of Ambrose Alli University that Senate has approved a Mobile Examination Malpractice Committee for the on going Second Semester Examination.

Consequently, any student involved in any form of Examination Malpractice as stated in the student Handbook of the University will be tried and if found guilty, will be sanctioned accordingly, immediately.

For clarification, below is the list of what is considered Examination Malpractice as stated in the student Handbook.

  • Cheating, Spying or a student allowing his/her work to be copied by another student.
  • Use of material relevant to the examination including textbooks, notes, scripts, G.S.M. handsets or other electronic devices in the examination hall.
  • Possession /destruction of materials (i.e. those materials referred to in ‘b’ above) in examination hall relevant to the paper being examined.
  • Impersonation in examination, i.e. writing examination for another student or procuring/ hiring another person to write examination for him/her.
  • Refusal to complete Examination malpractice form when required to do so.
  • Insubordination to invigilator or other authority.
  • Causing noisy distraction in the examination hall and other disruptive acts.
  • Fore knowledge of examination questions.
  • Illegal possession of University examination booklets.

All students are expected to adhere strictly to this warning as “ignorance is not an Excuse”

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