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KSUSTA Cut-off Mark for 2023/2024 Academic Season

KSUSTA Cut-off Mark for 2023/2024

The Kebbi State University of Science and Technology (KSUSTA) has announced its cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session. The cut-off mark is 140 for all courses. This means that candidates who scored 140 or above in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) are eligible to apply for admission into KSUSTA.

In addition to the UTME cut-off mark, candidates must also meet the departmental cut-off marks for their chosen course. The departmental cut-off marks are as follows:

CourseDepartmental Cut-off Mark
Agricultural Science (Double Major)160
Agricultural Science and Education160
Applied Chemistry160
Automobile Technology Education160
Biological Science(s)160
Civil Engineering170
Computer Science160
Education and Biology160
Education and Chemistry160
Education and Computer Science160
Education and Mathematics160
Education and Physics160
Electrical/Electronics Education160
Electrical/Electronics Engineering170
Industrial Chemistry160
Plant Science160
Pure and Applied Mathematics160
Surveying and Geoinformatics170

Please note that these are the minimum departmental cut-off marks. The actual cut-off marks may be higher depending on the number of applicants for each course.

Candidates are advised to check the KSUSTA website regularly for updates on the cut-off marks.

Eligibility for Admission

In addition to meeting the cut-off marks, candidates must also meet the following eligibility criteria for admission into KSUSTA:

  • Possess a minimum of five O’Level credits in relevant subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
  • Have a valid JAMB registration number.
  • Be at least 16 years old.

How to Apply for Admission

Candidates can apply for admission into KSUSTA through the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) portal. The application portal will open on a date to be announced by JAMB.

To apply, candidates will need to create a JAMB profile and generate a profile code. They will then need to select KSUSTA as their first choice institution and pay the application fee.

Once the application portal is closed, JAMB will release the admission list. Candidates can check their admission status on the JAMB portal.

The KSUSTA cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session is 140. Candidates who meet the cut-off marks and eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply for admission.

We wish all candidates the best of luck in their applications.

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