AKSU Cut Off Mark 2021.
The management of AKSU (Akwa Ibom State University), have released cut off mark for 2021/2022 academic session. This post contains various cut off mark for AKSU courses. As you read below, you will see courses offered by AKSU and their admission requirements.
If you are interested in studying in AKSU, you must meet their admission requirements. This will make you eligible for admission.
One of the eligibility criteria for AKSU admissions is their cut off mark. Continue reading below and see cut off mark for the course you want to apply for.
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Before we continue, let us remind you that the University (AKSU) have two different cut off marks. They Includes;
- JAMB UTME Cut Off Mark — Departmental
- Post UTME / Aptitude Test Cut Off Marks.
AKSU Cut Off Mark for JAMB 2021?
Jamb have fixed cut off mark for all Institutions in Nigeria. Also, only JAMB approved cut off marks will be used for admission.
In this case, AKSU 2021/2022 JAMB Cut Off Mark is 180. Any candidate that score 180 or above in UTME is eligible for admission.
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AKSU UTME Cut Off Marks 2021/2022 | Departmental Cut Off Point
This is the minimum score applicants must have before they become eligible for admission.
The highest score in AKSU post UTME is 400. However, cut off mark of 150 and above will be needed. If you want to gain admission into Akwa Ibom State University, you must meet their admission cut off mark.
Most candidates fail to gain admission become of bad performance in JAMB and aptitude test. You need a good results in both exams for you to become eligible for admission.
Important tips for AKSU Admission Aspirants
- Good JAMB result will help you again admission easily.
- Let your aggregate (total) score be up to AKSU cut off mark.
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Conclusion: Do you know that cut off mark is one of the most important admission requirements in Nigerian schools. Any student who did not reach the approved cut off will not be offered admission. Those who reach cut off mark will be offered admission of their choice while those that not score up to the cut off mark may be given a different course or none at all. So my advice is that you should apply for Change of Course or School if your score is very low.
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