ADSU Cut Off marks 2021/2022 – The management of Adamawa state University have released departmental cut off requirements for 2021/2022 academic session.
Approved departmental cut off marks is also the same as ADSU post UTME cut off marks.
Candidates seeking for admission into UNICAL should read this post to see list of ADSU courses and their cut off marks.
You will only be considered for provisional admission when you choose adamawa state university as 1st or 2nd choice in JAMB.
Keep reading below for more updates. We are going to to show you ADSU cut off mark, post UTME cut off marks and how to calculate it.
ADSU JAMB UTME 2021 Cut Off Mark For Admissions
For all Candidates that what to apply for ADSU post UTME, you must have score at least 160 in JAMB. 180 is JAMB fixed cut off marks for all universities in Nigeria.
In addition, any candidate that score 160 in 2021/2022 JAMB UTME is eligible for ADSU post UTME.
ADSU Cut Off Marks 2021/2022
Kindly check cut off marks for the course you want to study in ADSU before you buy post UTME form. It is important to note that only candidates with good jamb and post utme result will be offered admission in the institution.
Some courses require higher score while others don’t need high score. The departments / course that requires high JAMB and post UTME scores includes;
- Medicine and surgery
- Computer Science
- Accountancy / Accounting
- Medical Laboratory Science (medlab)
JAMB and post UTME score of 200 and above is required for these courses.
While Courses / Departments That Requires Lower JAMB & Post UTME Scores (Results) Includes;
- Management Sciences
- Animal science
- Mass communication
- Geography etc
Furthermore, JAMB score of 180 and above is required to study any of this course. Adamawa state university new admission will be based on merit.
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