Kaduna Polytechnic Cut Off Mark & How to Calculate their Aggregate Score

Are you interested in becoming a student of the Kaduna Polytechnic,  If yes, then this post will be of great help to you as it is not only important for one to know the cut off mark of their preferred institution but also how to calculate the aggregate score.

On this note, we are going to tell you what aggregate and Post UTME Score means and what things are to be considered before calculating the aggregate score.

What is Post UTME Score?

After every UTME exercise, the exam body sets a particular mark {e.g., 120}. This mark is a score a candidate must have or cross to qualify him or her to sit for the chosen school’s POST UTME exercise.

This said mark is announced to all schools to enable them to decide the number of candidates they will admit. After the school’s decision, they announce a particular mark that must not be lower than the mark the UTME body fixed.

Any candidate who crosses the mark set by the UTME body and does not reach the chosen school’s mark is NEVER eligible to sit for the school’s  POST UTME.

This mark or score set by the school admission board is known as SCHOOL’S CUT-OFF MARK.

What is Aggregate Score ?

Aggregate scores are calculated by finding the sum of all those subjects whose marks have to be considered, and then dividing the sum by total marks. The final result is then multiplied with 100, which gives the aggregate percentage.

About the Polytechnic

There are five Schools there that are currently in operation: the School of Business & Management Studies,  the School of Environmental Studies, the School of Engineering, the School of Science and Technology, and the School of Administrative Studies and Social Sciences. Part-time programs are also available.

One of the first polytechnics in Nigeria was Kaduna Polytechnic, which is located in the Tudun Wada area of Kaduna South local government in Kaduna state, North Western Nigeria.
As the Kaduna Technical Institute, Kaduna Polytechnic was founded in 1956. The Federal Government Order No. 20 of 1968, which was updated by Decree No. 79 in 1979, changed its name to Kaduna Polytechnic in 1968. In accordance with Decree No. 40 of that year, the Federal Government assumed control of the institution in 1991.

The Institution was founded to offer various forms of education, training, and research in the fields of technology, the sciences, business, and the humanities as well as in-service training programs for Nigerian public service employees.

The College of Science and Technology and Staff Development Center were combined in 1968, and Survey Unit afterwards joined. At that time, these served as the foundation of its four-college system.
The polytechnic wants to make a name for itself in education and develop a solid foundation of talented graduates. It will impart moral and academic instruction to its pupils.

Kaduna Polytechnic’s Cut-off Mark

  • You must  achieve a certain cut-off in the UTME in order to be eligible to participate in the Kaduna Poly Post UTME screening exercise.
  • For ND programs, you must score 120 or higher
  • For NCE programs, you must score 100; for B.Ed.

How to Calculate Kaduna Polytechnic’s Aggregate Score

To correctly calculate your aggregate, know that the JAMB Examination is made up of 400 marks, whereas the Kaduna Polytechnic Post UTME is made of 100 marks.

Divide your JAMB score by 8,

Divide your Post UTME score by  2,

Add up the result.

This is how to calculate yours.

If Tina scored 240 in her JAMB and 80 in her Post UTME, then her Aggregate score can be gotten by following these steps.

240/8= 30

80/2= 40

40+ 30= 70

Tina’s aggregate score is 70.

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List of Courses KADPOLY Has to Provide

For admission to the courses listed below, Kaduna Polytechnic is accepting applications from applicants who have the necessary qualifications.

  • Accountancy
  • Engineering for agricultural and environmental systems
  • Banking and finance
  • Architectural technology
  • Agricultural technology
  • Business Administration and Management
  • Cooperative Economics and Management
  • Chemical engineering Technology
  • Civil engineering technology
  • Physical  Engineering
  • Physical  Science
  • Fashion  Design and Clothing Technology
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
  • Estate Management  and Valuation
  • Gastronomical  Hospitality
  • Engineering Management for industrial safety and environmental technology
  • Tourism and leisure management
  • Local Government studies
  • Mass Communication through library and information science
  • Mineral and petroleum
  • Mechanical Engineering technology
  • Nutrition  and Dietetics
  • Resources Engineering Technology
  • Office Management and technology
  • Technology of Printing
  • Public  Administration
  • Science laboratory technology
  • Social development
  • Quantity surveying
  • Urban and Regional planning
  • Statistics
  • Surveying and  Geo informatics
  • Textiles technology

Entrance Criteria for Kaduna Polytechnic (KADPOLY)

The general prerequisites listed below have been approved for admission to the university.

  • Registration for candidates who selected Kaduna Polytechnic as their top-choice institution during the Post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)
  • The applicant must get at least the institutional cut-off mark or the minimal JAMB score for the programs they are applying for.
  • Moreover, candidates must get the O’level credits needed for their programs as listed in the JAMB Brochure.
  • The candidate must be at least 16 years old.
  • Prospective candidates who intend to enroll in Kaduna Polytechnic but did not select it during the UTME
  • Registration process could do so via the JAMB website.

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