Abia State University (ABSU) Cut Off Marks 2020/2021 | JAMB & Departmental

Abia State University cut off mark is out. The management of ABSU have released admission cut off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session.

ABSU cut off mark for this year’s admission is officially out. Direct Entry (DE) & Putme candidates should read this article for latest admission updates.

Candidates seeking for admission into ABSU should read this article to see all ABSU cut off point. New cut off mark is usually set every year after JAMB UTME and Putme exams.

Read: ABSU Post UTME Results Checker

During admission processing, ABSU will make use of two different cut off marks and this includes;

  • JAMB / UTME cut off mark
  • Departmental cut off mark

ABSU is one of the Universities in Nigeria that still write Post-UTME exams before admission is given.

As we all know, Putme exams is one of the biggest challenge almost every candidate face despite scoring high in JAMB.

As such, candidates must obtain good scores in JAMB and post JAMB examination. Because of this, we published this article to show you list of all ABSU courses and their respective cut off point.

ABSU JAMB Cut Off Mark 2020/2021

This type of cut off mark will be fixed by JAMB. Only the minimum mark will be allowed for admission. However, some competitive departments / course do require higher marks in JAMB and post utme exams (aptitude test).

ABSU JAMB cut off mark for this year’s admission is 150.

This means that any candidate who scored 150 or above in Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and chose ABSU ad first or second choice is eligible to apply for the aptitude test form.

ABSU Departmental Cut Off Marks

Every year, ABSU release new cut off point for their courses. This is usually after the aptitude test exams and result is concluded.

Currently, ABSU is yet to release the official departmental cut off point (marks) for this year’s admission.

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