Benue State University Cut off Mark 2018/2019 | Departmental Cutoff Mark For All Courses

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Benue State University Cut off Mark 2018/2019 | Departmental Cutoff Mark For All Courses

The Benue State University does not really have a specific cut off mark for courses. However, candidates who have scored a minimum of 200 in UTME examination are eligible to apply for admission into any of their choice courses.

Due to the high number of students wishing to study in the Benue State University, the admission processes is competitive and admissions is given based on the higher the jamb scores, the higher the chances of being admitted. See BSU Cut off mark 2018 here.

The Departmental Cut of marks of Benue State University are as follows;

250 – Medicine
240 – Law
220 – Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical,Electrical,Civil,Computer, etc)
190 – Physical Science Courses (Industrial Chemistry, Industrial Physics, Computer Science, Geology, etc)

190 – Biological Sciences (Microbiology, Biochemistry, Anatomy,etc)

BSU Admission Screeening Procedure

The Benue State University holds her admission screening exercises within a week or couple of weeks and it usually comes in two phases. Students who applied to study in the school are to proceed for the pre-screening exercise when once it is being announced.
Documents required for the pre-screening exercise are: SSCE result and JAMB registration print out only.
It is often important that a candidate arrive early and locate his/her screening venue early. Candidates will be screen on the JAMB scores and their SSCE result
The second phase of the screening is after the admission lists might have been released. Candidates who have merited the admission will be invited for another screening exercise. Here all documents such as;
  • Original copies of their educational qualifications (Statements of Results/Certificates).
  • N/B: Cases of awaiting results will NOT be accepted.
  • Birth Certification/Age Declaration.
  • A letter of good conduct from your Village Head or a responsible member of your
  • community/or civil servant not below Grade Level 10 or equivalent in the private sector.
  • Certificate of Local Government of origin; and this notification of admission status
  • slip

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  1. Auduh blessing onyemowo says:

    My economic is d7 and i want to study accounting how am i sure they will give me the course

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