BASUG Cut Off Marks 2020/2021 For All Programmes | JAMB & Departmental

BASUG Cut Off Mark 2020/2021. The admission board for Bauchi State University have released BASUG cut off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session. Candidates who score exactly or above the minimum point is eligible for admission. You can now apply for post UTME exam form after reading this article.

basug cut off mark

BASUG aspirants are includes all candidates that choose the institution as first or second choice in UTME. Moreover, you need to meet the jamb cut off mark before you become fully eligible for post UTME exams.

BASUG is a one of the universities in Nigeria located in Bauchi State. Also, the institution offers Associate’s Degree, Bachelor Degree, Master’s degree, and PhD in various Programmes.

The cut off mark is only for those who are seeking for admission into 100 level. Admissions is through UTME and Putme.

BASUG JAMB Cut Off Mark

As part of the application process, jamb result is required for your admission. To get this, you must write jamb and obtain points.

Jamb minimum cut off mark every candidate should reach us 150 for BASUG. Nevertheless, some departments want you to score 200 or above before they accept you.

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BASUG Departmental Cut Off Mark 2020/2021

This type of cut off mark is always released after aptitude test. Candidates who performed well in UTME also need good aptitude test exams score (point).

Some Departments requires higher point while others do not require much. The normal cut off mark for BASUG post UTME exam is 160.

Some departments that want you to score above 200 in both jamb and post JAMB includes;

  • Medicine surgery
  • Nursing
  • Political Science
  • Engineering
  • Anatomy
  • Dentistry
  • Law
  • Computer Science
  • Cyber security
  • Pharmacy etc.

Read Also: BASUG Post UTME Form

If your department is not included in the above list, please comment with your “course” and we will tell you the approved cut off mark for your departments.

Remember to share this post with other BASUG aspirants.

Happy Admissions!.

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  1. MIKAILU October 5, 2020
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