Kwasu cut off marks 2021. Kwara State University, KWASU have released admission cut off marks for the 2021/2022 academic session is out.

Candidates who wish to apply and study in the university should read this article.

This page explains everything you need to know about KWASU jamb and departmental cut off point for admission.

KWASU is a state-owned university in Malete kwara State. The university offers Associate’s Degree, Bachelor Degree, Master’s Degree and PhD in various discipline.

Candidates who wish to apply for admission into 100 level must write JAMB and have reg number.

Apply Here: KWASU Post UTME Form

KWASU JAMB Cut Off Mark 2021/2022

As stated by JAMB, every candidate must reach a minimum point before they become eligible for admission. The JAMB 2021 cut off mark for KWASU is 150. However, some departments needs higher than this.

If you scored exactly 180 or above, then you are eligible to buy the post UTME form. Apply for post UTME if you haven’t.


KSUSTA Departmental Cut Off Mark 2021/2022

Various departments in Kebbi State University have their departmental cut off point. Each department have their admission eligibility. Moreover, English language and mathematics is compulsory in O-level.

Candidates must also know how to calculate their aggregate score (UTME & Putme). If you fall below the minimum point, I recommend you buy supplementary admission form.

The departmental cut off mark for kwara State University (KWASU) are as follows;

  • Medicine — 250
  • Law — 240
  • Nursing — 200
  • Political Science —200
  • All engineering courses (mechanical, electrical, Civil, computer, electronic, chemical)  — 220
  • Biochemistry, Microbiology, Chemistry physical Science — 190
  • Other Courses — 180

See Also: KWASU School Fees

We hope this detailed post is helpful to you. Kindly comment with your department name and we will tell you your cut off mark.

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