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GSUST Cut Off Mark 2023/2024: Academic Season

GSUST Cut Off Mark 2023/2024

The Gombe State University (GSUST) has not yet released the cut-off marks for the 2023/2024 academic session. However, the university has announced that the JAMB cut-off mark for all courses is 140. This means that candidates who scored 140 or above in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) are eligible to apply for admission to GSUST.

Departmental Cut-Off Marks

In addition to the JAMB cut-off mark, candidates must also meet the departmental cut-off marks for their chosen courses. The departmental cut-off marks are usually higher than the JAMB cut-off mark and are determined by the university’s academic board.

Factors Affecting Cut-Off Marks

The cut-off marks for GSUST are determined by a number of factors, including:

  • The number of applications received for each course
  • The performance of candidates in the JAMB UTME
  • The availability of spaces in each department

How to Check Cut-Off Marks

The cut-off marks for GSUST will be released on the university’s website and JAMB portal. Candidates can check their eligibility for admission by logging into their JAMB profile and checking the “Admission Status” tab.

Tips for Meeting Cut-Off Marks

Here are a few tips for meeting the cut-off marks for GSUST:

  • Start preparing for the JAMB UTME early.
  • Make sure you have a good understanding of the exam format and syllabus.
  • Use JAMB past questions and practice tests to prepare for the exam.
  • Get enough sleep and eat healthy foods on the day of the exam.

The cut-off marks for GSUST are an important factor to consider when applying for admission. By understanding the factors that affect cut-off marks and following the tips above, you can increase your chances of meeting the cut-off marks for your chosen course.

Please note that the information in this blog post is subject to change. Candidates are advised to check the GSUST website and JAMB portal for the latest information on cut-off marks.

I hope this blog post has been helpful. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.

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