As the 2023/2024 academic year approaches, aspiring students seeking admission into Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) are eager to know the institution’s cut-off mark. The cut-off mark serves as a benchmark for determining eligibility to participate in the university’s post-UTME screening exercise.
AKSU JAMB Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024
The Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) has announced a cut-off mark of 140 for its 2023/2024 admission exercise. This means that candidates who scored 140 or above in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and chose AKSU as their first choice are eligible to apply for admission.
Departmental Cut-Off Marks
In addition to the general JAMB cut-off mark, each department at AKSU has its own departmental cut-off mark. These departmental cut-off marks are typically higher than the general cut-off mark, as they reflect the competitiveness of the particular course.
Here is a table of the departmental cut-off marks for some of the most popular courses at AKSU:
|Departmental Cut-Off Mark
|220 – 240
|220 – 240
|All engineering courses except Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering
|All other courses
Meeting the Cut-Off Mark: A Path to Success
Achieving the AKSU cut-off mark is a significant step towards securing admission into the university. However, it’s important to note that meeting the cut-off mark does not guarantee admission. The university also considers other factors, such as the candidate’s O’level results, post-UTME screening performance, and catchment area.
To increase their chances of admission, aspiring students should aim to score well above the cut-off mark. They should also prepare thoroughly for the post-UTME screening exercise. Additionally, candidates should ensure that their O’level results are strong and that they meet the specific requirements for their chosen course.
The AKSU cut-off mark serves as a guide for aspiring students, indicating the minimum score required to be considered for admission. By meeting or exceeding the cut-off mark and preparing diligently for the post-UTME screening exercise, students can increase their chances of securing a place at Akwa Ibom State University.