AKSU departmental cut off mark for 2020/2021 (jamb cut off Point) Akwa Ibom State University cut off mark
Today we will be looking at Akwa Ibom State University’s department cut off mark for the 2019/2020 academic season.
Akwa Ibom State University popularly known as AKSU which is the short pronouncing departmental cut off mark is finally here, prospective applicants are advised to go through this cut off mark before sitting for the forth coming 2020/2021 post UTME screening exams that is coming very soon.
It is no doubt or any secret that schools now place more emphasis on departmental cut off mark while giving out admission,it will also interest you to know that departmental cut off mark for all departments varies and it’s determined by several factors which am pointing out today.
Number of applicants : its advisable you look at the statistics of those who applied for a particular course as this Will give you a perfect information on how easy or difficult to secure admission into such a department.
Performance of applicants: failure late and success rate is used to determine or arrive at an agreed cut off mark. If the failure rate is low then the cut off mark will be brought down to accommodate those who have high score.
AKSU JAMB Fixed Cut-off Mark 2020/2021
The federal ministry of education in conjunction with the national university commission has directed all university to accept 180 as their cut off mark.
If you score 180 in jamb then you can proceed to get the Akwa Ibom State University screening form
AKSU Departmental Cut off Mark 2020/2021
Departmental cut off mark like we have said is based on two factors and it’s the main determining factors when considering applicants.
We have been able to get the departmental cut off mark of Akwa Ibom State University for you, all you have to do now is just to scroll down a little to access it.
- 220 – 240 – Medicine (O’ Level result with one sitting only) and Nursing
- 200 – Mass Communication, Common Law, Pharmacy, Anatomy, Physiology
- 190 – Computer Science, English Language, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Geology, all engineering courses except Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering.
- 180 – All other courses
Please note that Akwa Ibom State University admission process is very competitive owning to the fact that most Akwa ibom indigene will prefer going to AKWSU rather than any other state university.
AKSU Nature of Admission Screening 2020/2021
Akwa Ibom State University post utme screening exercise has been school process used in selecting the best candidates That the institution thinks should be given admission.
This post UTME comes up between two months after jamb has concluded their exams.
Immediately you are admitted into EKSU what comes next is admission screening exercise which will be done in your school admission unit and Department faculty . First you need to pay your acceptance fee before presenting your evidence of all payments done to the admission unit and your department.
Documents to present are :
- Original copies of all your credentials be it WAEC, NECO OR GCE not more than two sittings.
- Get a local government certificate ready
- Get your your birth certificate ready
- Your school fees receipt and acceptance fee receipt should be ready
AKSU Address and Locations 2020/2021
Akwa Ibom State University is located in a small town called Mkpat Enin, this town is located in Akwa Ibom State whose capital is UYO.
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