Osun State University, UNIOSUN cut off mark for the 2020/2021 academic admission exercise is out. UNIOSUN JAMB and departmental cut off mark is officially out online.
Candidates who wish to apply for UNIOSUN 2020/2021 post UTME should read this post. At the end of this article, you will learn how to calculate UNIOSUN cut off mark and aggregate score.
Admission will be offered to all candidates that meet UNIOSUN cut off point Requirements. However, this have to do with your jamb and post JAMB (post UTME) performance.
See Also: UNIOSUN Post UTME Form
UNIOSUN JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
Apart from O-level requirements, candidates also need good JAMB result. This will make you qualify for admission. Prospective candidates who performed well in UTME will be offered admission in the University’s merit list.
UNIOSUN fix cut off mark for JAMB UTME is 160. This means that any candidate who choose the institution as first choice and also scored exactly 160 or above will be offered admission.
UNIOSUN Post UTME Cut Off Mark — Departmental Cut Off Point
As you know, some courses / department are very competitive. Higher cut off mark are often set for competitive courses. To know list of courses / department with highest number of applicants, you have to read JAMB registration Statistics.
However, candidates who scored below 200 will not be considered for admission into any of the below programmes.
- Medicine & Surgery
- Accountancy / Accounting
- Computer Science.
- Political Science.
See Also: UNIOSUN Change of Course Form
However, candidates who chose any of these courses but scored less than 200 can still change to any other relevant programme / course of their choice.
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