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Benue State University Cut Off Mark For 2024 Admission Screening Exercise

We’re excited to share the latest information for prospective students aiming to secure admission into Benue State University, Makurdi (BSUM) for the 2023/2024 academic session. The university has officially announced the cut-off marks for both the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and departmental levels, crucial for eligibility in the upcoming admission screening exercise.

Cut Off Marks:

  1. JAMB Cut Off Mark: The minimum score required for JAMB is 140. Candidates are expected to achieve this score to be eligible for the Post UTME/DE screening exercise.
  2. Departmental Cut Off Mark: The departmental cut-off mark is set at 180. Applicants need to attain this score to qualify for registration. However, certain high-demand courses like Medicine & Surgery, Law, Nursing, Radiography & Radiation Science, and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science have a higher JAMB cut-off mark of 220.

Special Considerations:

  • Candidates applying for Medicine & Surgery, Nursing, Radiography & Radiation Science, and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science should aim for a JAMB score of at least 220.
  • Those who fall below 200 in these specified departments will be considered for admission into alternative courses.
  • Applicants who selected Law but did not score up to 200 may be considered for admission into Arts, Social Sciences, or Education-related courses.
  • Candidates who chose Medicine & Surgery, Nursing Science, B.Sc. Radiography and Radiation Science, and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science but did not meet the required 200 score may be considered for admission into Science-related courses.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):

  1. What is the JAMB cut-off mark for BSUM 2023/2024 admission?
    • The JAMB cut-off mark is set at 140.
  2. What is the departmental cut-off mark for BSUM?
    • The departmental cut-off mark is 180.
  3. Are there specific JAMB cut-off marks for certain courses?
    • Yes, courses like Medicine & Surgery, Law, Nursing, Radiography & Radiation Science, and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science have a higher JAMB cut-off mark of 220.
  4. What if I did not score up to 200 in the specified departments?
    • Applicants below 200 in specified departments may be considered for admission into alternative courses.
  5. Is a change of institution advisable for candidates who scored below 150?
    • Yes, candidates who scored below 150 may consider obtaining a change of institution form from JAMB.
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Conclusion:

It’s important for prospective BSUM students to meet the specified cut-off marks to be eligible for the admission screening exercise. The university provides certain considerations for candidates falling below the set marks in specific departments, offering alternative courses for admission. Stay updated with the latest information on the Post UTME/DE registration guidelines for a smooth application process.

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