ADSU Cut off Mark 2023/2024 | Adamawa State University Mubi

Filed in School News by on May 18, 2023 0 Comments

ADSU Cut off Mark 2023 is out. This article has been put together to let you know the Adamawa State University Mubi cut off Mark for the 2023/2024 academic session.

Those who are interested in or applied for admission into ADSU are advised to check out the current UTME Cut off mark for all departments on this page.

All aspirants of ADSU, are hereby informed that the cut off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session has been announced.

Adamawa State University Mubi has decided on and announced the cut-off mark that candidates who are seeking admission into the school must meet to be eligible for admission.

If your JAMB UTME score is equivalent to or above the said cut-off point, ADSU would likely grant you admission as long as your O’Level result combination is okay.

Adamawa State University Mubi is considered one of the best tertiary institutions in the country and as is the standard, they have decided on a fixed cut off mark for all admission seekers into the school.

Candidates who scored up to that in the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) are eligible to apply for their Post-UTME screening.

ADSU Cut off Mark 2023

The present UTME Cut off Mark for ADSU is 160. Candidates who made ADSU their first choice of institution in the just concluded JAMB UTME can apply for admission into their department of choice.

ADSU has also made available supplementary forms for candidates who could not meet the minimum cut off point for their department.

Interested applicants are required to have at least 5 Credits in their WAEC or NECO Result in addition to scoring at least 160 in the JAMB UTME.

ADSU Departmental Cut Off Mark 2023

Again, ADSU Departmental cut off mark is 160. Any subsequent updates made to this cut off mark will be shared on the institution’s website.

Also note that only applicants who put Adamawa State University Mubi as their first choice of institution are eligible to apply for their Post-UTME screening.

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