KSUSTA cut off mark for admission for the 2023/2024 session has been published. Check the Kebbi State University cut off mark for all courses as well as the KSUSTA Departmental cut off mark for admission below.
This article reveals everything you need to know about the admission cut off mark for KSUSTA. We have published the current cut off mark for Kebbi State University of Science and Technology Aliero. These include the KSUSTA JAMB and Departmental cut off mark as well as KSUSTA cut off mark for all courses.
So if you want to know the current KSUSTA JAMB cut off mark for all departments, then read on for more information regarding the KSUSTA Post UTME cut off mark for admission. See the current cut-off mark for KSUSTA below.
KSUSTA Cut Off Mark 2023/2024
Did you sit for the just concluded UTME examination and want to know if you have met the required JAMB cut off mark for Kebbi State University? If so, then you are on the right page.
We are pleased to inform the general public especially prospective students of the Kebbi State University of Science and Technology that the school management has released the KSUSTA cut off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session. This is both the KSUSTA JAMB cut off mark and KSUSTA departmental cut-off mark.
The current KSUSTA cut off mark is 140 for the 2023/2024 academic session. This means that all JAMB candidates who scored 140 and above and chose the Kebbi State University of Science and Technology as their choice of institution are eligible to apply for admission.
If you score below the minimum required cut off point for admission, then your chances of gaining admission is not guaranteed. But if have a high JAMB score with at least 5 credits in WASSCE or NECO in subjects relevant to your course of study, then you will be offered admission to study your preferred course without any hindrance.
KSUSTA Departmental Cut off Mark
The Kebbi State University departmental cut off marks have been released by the school management. All prospective students are required to meet the departmental cut-off mark for their selected courses in order to be admitted.
This means that all 2023 candidates who sat for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and also participated during the KSUSTA Post UTME screening exercise and meet the required KSUSTA departmental cut off mark have good chances of gaining admission.
This page will be updated once there is any update on the admission cut-off mark. So we advise you to save this page and refresh it regularly in order to stay updated.
Now that you know the KSUSTA admission cut off mark, it is also important to know how much the school accepts as school fees. We have published the total cost of KSUSTA school fees in order for you to know the total amount to budget for each academic year.
We have also published the admission requirements and how to obtain the KSUSTA Post UTME form successfully on your first attempt without any hindrance.
If you have any questions regarding the JAMB cut off mark for Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, feel free to let us know using the comment box below this page.