DELSU Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2020/2021 — Jamb & Departmental Cut Off Point is out.
Delta State University, DELSU cut off mark 2020/2021 is out. Interested candidates who want to apply for admission into the university should read this post. DELSU cut off mark for various courses is officially out.
DELSU cut off mark is one of the eligibility criteria for admission. Candidates must meet JAMB the JAMB fixed cut off mark for admission.
Also, the aptitude test exams cut off mark is important for admission processing. Do you know how to calculate DELSU aggregate score?.
Continue reading below for updates.
Delta State University (DELSU) JAMB UTME Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
A fixed jamb score have been set for all Universities in Nigeria. DELSU 2020 UTME cut off mark is 180. Candidates who do not score up to 180 do not qualify for admission.
If you scored below 180 kindly visit JAMB E-FACILITY Portal to do change of course / Institution. Also, DELSU will sell Post UTME forms to Candidates that choose the institution as first or second choice.
DELSU Post UTME Cut Off Marks 2020/2021 — Departmental Cut Off Point
DELSU have cut off marks for various courses in their University. Some courses need higher cut off while others don’t need high score. In calculating DELSU aggregate, you need to add the aptitude test result and JAMB result.
You need good post UTME result if you want to see your name in the University’s merit admission list.
For merit admissions, JAMB and post UTME score of 200 and above will be required.
Please note that admission process will continue once the federal government is able to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.
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