NSUK JAMB Cut off Mark 2021/2022 & Departmental Points for All courses

The NSUK cut off mark for 2021/2022 admission is the exact and recommended JAMB score range that will qualify aspirants for NSUK 2021/2022 admission. As a result, all aspirants are to strictly adhere to this requirement.

Following the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) guidelines, the NSUK School management and admission Board had released the general JAMB Cut off Mark for her admission exercise.

According to the NSUK admission policies, the cut off mark is the number one qualifier for admission. It is the first criteria, eligibility, and requirement needed for admission in 2021.

What is NSUK JAMB Cut off Mark for All courses?

The good news here is that the Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK) Cut off Mark for 2021/2022 admission is out. Below is the breakdown of the JAMB and Departmental Cut off Points for all courses and faculty.

Like every other school, NSUK has placed the cut off mark requirement as the first and most important criteria for qualification for the 2021 UTME admission screening.

First of all, all intending UTME aspirants or Direct Entry candidates must make sure that they choose the Nasarawa State University Keffi as their first choice and scored not less than 170 in their JAMB exam.

The NSUK cut off mark for 2021 is 170.

The cutoff mark for Direct Entry Candidates.

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Direct Entry Candidates that have written JAMB and wish to apply for admission into NSUK must also obtain a satisfying mark from the JAMB exam. The cutoff mark for Direct Entry Candidates is 170.

Additional requirements will be required from all Direct Entry Candidates (such will include their educational qualifications from the school that they were enrolled in.

NSUK Departmental Cut-off Marks

Its only aspiring candidates that have met the departmental Cutoff mark for their course or faculty will be qualified and selected for admission at NSUK.

The point here is, aspirants who score high and meet the required departmental cut-off mark will be qualified or selected for admission while those whose scores are low or at exact, may not be admitted if the number of candidates that score above them is high enough to meet the institution’s required number of students.

Note: Many Universities do not disclose their departmental cut off marks used for admission to the public. Departmental cut off points is not the same across every department, course or faculty and it is not the same for every year.

Student’s performances in the JAMB JAMB per year will determine the departmental points that will be set for that year’s admission for each course or faculty.

The estimated NSUK Departmental Cut-off Mark for all courses, departments, and faculties which candidates should keep at the back of their minds is 180.

This information will be updated anytime the school discloses her departmental cutoff points. Meanwhile, always check back on this site to get more information on this.

Notification about the Post UTME exercise

Candidates that have met the required score should go ahead and obtain the Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK) 2021 Post UTME form here. Other legit information about NSUK screening and the complete admission requirement for 2021 is here.

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