You might ask questions like: I had 180 and above but was not still given the admission to study my desired course?
Candidates with higher scores are first considered in admission basics candidates with lower scores though might meet the cut off mark of 180 may likely not be admitted. In fact, it is the higher your scores, the higher the chance of being admitted.
Before we proceed let’s know the meaning of Cut Off Mark.
WHAT IS THE MEANING OF CUT OFF MARK?
We noticed that students don’t really understand the meaning of cut off marks. Every year, students often ask this question so today we will briefly explain what cut off mark is.
Cut off mark is the mark set by the authority or board that conducts AN exam, which is considered as the passing or clearing level of the exam. Based on cut off candidates are shortlisted for the further stages of the selection process.
So ANSU Cut Off Mark is the specific mark set by the University authority which is considered as the passing level for any candidate to be qualified for any course.
ANSU JAMB CUT OFF MARK 2020/2021
Generally, aspirants often ask this question. What is the jamb cut off mark for uniben? Well, the general uniben cut off mark Is 180.
So when you sore above 180 you will stand the chance of getting admission. But note that those that scored 200, 250, 280 will have the chance of coming out in the first list.
ANSU CUT OFF MARK for all Courses 2020/2021
Most Universities, including the Anambra State University Uli, ANSU does not really have a specific cut off mark for courses. Nevertheless, prospective candidates who have scored a minimum of 180 in the UTME examination are deemed eligible to apply for admission for any of their choice courses.
See the Departmental cut off marks for Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University:
Courses with 220 – 240 +
Medicine (O’ Level result with one sitting only) and Nursing
Courses with 180 +
Mass Communication, Common Law, Pharmacy, Anatomy, Physiology
Courses with 200 +
Computer Science, English Language, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Geology, all engineering courses except Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering.