NSUK Cut Off Mark 2021/2022 | JAMB & Departmental

NSUK Cut Off Mark. The management of Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK) have released cut off marks for the 2021/2022 academic year. Candidates who wish to apply for admission must meet the minimum point.

If you scored exactly or above the cut off mark, it means you are eligible for and qualified for admission forms.

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This post explains everything you need to know about NSUK JAMB and departmental cut off mark.

NSUK is a state-owned university located in Keffi, Nasarawa State. The institution offers Associate’s Degree, Bachelor Degree, Master’s degree and PhD. If you are seeking for admission into 100 level, then you must apply through JAMB.

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NSUK JAMB Cut Off Mark 2021/2022

Eligible candidates are those that chose the school as first or second choice in UTME. Moreover, 1st choice are given priority first. Second choice candidates comes second.

To become eligible and qualified for the aptitude test screening, you need at least 150 JAMB point. Other competitive departments like Engineering, Medicine, Nursing Science, Political Science, Law etc accept candidates who scored 200 and above in JAMB.

NSUK Departmental Cut Off Mark

Scroll down to see NSUK courses and their departmental cut off point.

If you did not meet the specified mark, kindly buy and process the Supplementary admission form.

  • Computer Science — 190
  • Engineering — 200
  • Pharmacy — 220
  • Marketing — 180
  • Economics — 180
  • Accountancy / Accounting — 180
  • Microbiology, Biochemistry, Applied Biology, Applied Chemistry — 180
  • Other courses — 150

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To find out more about how NSUK admission work, kindly visit the school portal by CLICKING HERE.

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