RSUST Cut Off Marks 2021/2022 | JAMB & Departmental

RSUST Cut Off Marks. Rivers State University, RSU cut off marks for the 2021/2022 academic year is out. UST will use both JAMB and Post UTME cut off point in processing admissions. Read this post if you applied for Rivers State University admission.

UTME candidates who chose the school in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination should read this post for further information. Direct Entry (DE) candidates should check JAMB brochure for admission requirements.

Programme cut off is one of the eligibility criteria for admission into 100 level year one. Also, admission will be given to all students who meet cut off mark for his / course.


RSUST Cut Off Marks 2021/2022

The university management have approved 180 as the minimum mark needed for admission. Any candidate who score 180 or above in Unified Tertiary Matriculation Exam is eligible to buy the entrance admission form.

UST offer various Degree Courses and they have their requirements. You may want to know how to get admission in UST easily. Well, it is just like any other university in Nigeria.

Schools gives admission to all qualified applicants. We have also published list of schools that will not write post utme exam this year.

Other Admission Requirements

Any candidate seeking for admission must meet the eligibility below;

  • Choose the institution as first choice in JAMB
  • Candidates with awaiting results can still apply
  • Have good O’level result.
  • You can combine at least 2 results
  • Use the right subjects combinations
  • Write JAMB
  • Have good jamb grade
  • Be at least 16 years
  • Upload his / her result on JAMB portal

Note: You can still apply for change of course or institution if necessary.

Bonus Post: How to Process JAMB Change of Course and School Form

We hope this detailed post is helpful to you. Kindly comment with your department below to know your cut off mark.

Remember to visit this page often for latest news updates about Rivers State University (UST) admissions for the 2021/2022 academic session.


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