Here is the Kebbi State University of Science and Technology latest information on the KSUSTA Cut off mark 2021/2022 academic session for all candidates
If you wish to know the KSUSTA JAMB Cut off Mark for all courses 2021 for all UTME and Direct entry candidates, then check it below.
Once again, the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the recommended Cut off mark for Kebbi State University of Science and Technology.
Both the KSUSTA Departmental Cut off Mark and how to calculate the KSUSTA admission chances/cut off point will also be discussed on this page.
Please also read to the bottom to see some helpful tips that will help you to gain admission into Kebbi State University of Science and Technology for its 202/2022 academic session programs.
KSUSTA JAMB Cut off Mark for 2021 UTME
What is KSUSTA Cut off Mark for 2021? The approved JAMB Cut off mark for Kebbi State University of Science and Technology is 180 for all courses.
Check the departmental cut off mark and how to calculate the KSUSTA admission cut off point and admission chances below.
Before you proceed, kindly note that only candidates who aspire for Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, and also score up to 180 will be eligible to apply.
Other candidates who didn’t choose Kebbi State University of Science and Technology but have scored up to 180 and want to apply, can also do a change of institution and apply.
- KSUSTA Post-UTME Admission Available here
- Check KSUSTA Admission update
Finally, any candidates that wish to apply for admission at KSUSTA but do not score up to 180 should try out any of the following options;
- Upgrade your JAMB Score with our JAMB result upgrading tool
- Do a change of course or institution here.
- JAMB Cut off Mark for all Schools in 2021
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- change your course to a less competitive one
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- Schools that have released their 2021 admission form
KSUSTA Departmental Cut off Mark for all Courses
The Departmental Cut off Mark is a range of JAMB score required from candidates into different departments.
In summary, some applicants might meet the general cut off mark of 180 but don’t meet their departmental cut off point.
As such, any candidate that meets the KSUSTA JAMB Cutoff mark but doesn’t meet his or her departmental cutoff point will not be admitted.
This is to say that “meeting the Cut off mark for your department is far better than just meeting the general Cut-off point”.
Below are the available courses offered at Kebbi State University of Science and Technology and their assumed departmental cut off mark for 2021/2022 admission;
- Applied Chemistry
- Automobile Technology Education
- Biological Science(s)
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science
- Biology Education
- Agriculture Education
- Chemistry Education
- Agricultural Science
- Computer Science Education
- Mathematics Education
- Physics Education
- Electrical/Electronics Education
- Information/Communication Technology
- Library and Information Science
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical/Electronic Engineering
- Metalwork/Woodwork Technology Education
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Woodwork Technology Education
- Electrical/Electronics Technology Education
How to Calculate KSUSTA Admission Chances/Aggregate Score 2021
Now that you have to know your departmental cut-off mark and the general JAMB cut-off point, it is also advisable to inform you that, meeting those criteria is not enough for admission.
In past years, many candidates have been complaining of how they met their departmental cut off mark but were not admitted.
As such, all 2021 candidates are strictly warned so that they may not make the mistake of having the same perception and fall victim.
Now, there are additional requirements order than the cut-off mark that is highly required and valuable when it comes to gaining admission at KSUSTA.
Below are some of such requirements that you will need to stand a better chance for admission.
- A good JAMB Result
- O’level result with 5 credits in your five core subjects
- The O’level Result should not be more than two sittings.
That is the recommended KSUSTA Cut off mark 2021 for all Kebbi State University of Science and Technology candidates/aspirants for the 2021/2022 academics session.