This article will explain the BOSU Cut off mark for 2021/2022 Session. This implies the JAMB Score that UTME and Direct Entry candidates will need to gain admission at Borno State University.
The Borno State University has arrived at the actual BOSU JAMB Cut off mark for 2021/2022 admission as scheduled by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.
As it has always been in past years, the Borno State University recommends that all its applicants (be it UTME or Direct Entry) must be able to present a JAMB score that meets the BOSU requirement.
As such, candidates who choose BOSU as their first choice in JAMB but fail to score up to the required cutoff point listed below will not be qualified to apply for admission at BOSU.
Departmental BOSU Cut Off Mark for All Courses
I will start by explaining the required departmental cut off mark for all courses offered under the Borno State University undergraduate programs across all faculties.
Below are the specific JAMB score range needed to stand a better chance for admission into the following courses offered at Borno State University.
|Courses and Faculties||Departmental Cut off Mark|
|Faculty of Agriculture||160|
|Faculty of Arts & Education||160|
|Faculty of Social and Management Sciences||160|
|Criminology and Security Studies||160|
|Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution||160|
|Faculty of Science||160|
|Plant Science and Biotechnology||160|
|Animal & Environmental Biology||160|
- Obtain the BOSU Post UTME Form 2021 here
General BOSU JAMB Cut Off mark 2021
The first cut off marks listed above were departmental cutoff points. Now, I am sure you will also want to know the general JAMB Cut off mark for BOSU admission in 2021.
So, this section will explain the actual JAMB cut-off mark for BOSU across all faculties in the school and how the cutoff is used for admission.
What is BOSU Cut off mark for 2021? The Borno State University general JAMB Cut Off Mark for 2021 is 160 for all courses, departments, and faculties.
Important facts about these cutoff points:
- Meeting the general cutoff mark is not a guarantee for admission
- Candidates that meet the cutoff mark but do not meet other requirements will not be admitted.
- Even candidates that meet the departmental cut-off points above may not still be admitted if the number of applicants that perform better than them is high.
- The higher your JAMB Score, the better your chances for admission.
- A high JAMB score with poor O’level grades like ‘D’ may not yield any positive outcome.
- Any candidates that do not comply with the Borno State University admission policy will not be admitted, irrespective of how good his or her JAMB score or O’level result is.
Cut off mark for Direct Entry candidates:
Those who have obtained a Diploma of any kind (NCE/HND/O’level, JUPEB, IJMB, NABTEB Advanced, or Cambridge) that wish to apply for Direct entry admission at BOSU must also comply with their cut off mark.
There is no special cut-off mark for direct entry applicants rather, they are to meet their departmental cutoff point showed above and other admission requirements stated by the school.
Finally, the BOSU Direct Entry Cut off mark for 2021 admission is 160. Exactly as the general cutoff point stated earlier.
Note: To stand a better chance for admission at Borno State University, you must have a good SSCE in not more than two sittings with good grades (between A, B, or C) with a high JAMB score.
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