ADSU CUT-OFF MARK: In this article, we will provide you with a comprehensive guide on the cut-off marks for JAMB and the screening exercise at ADSU.
The Adamawa State University (ADSU) is a state-owned university located in Mubi, Adamawa State, Nigeria. It is a leading institution of higher learning in the country, offering a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across various faculties. Every year, the university sets a cut off mark for both the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) a nd its own post-UTME examinations
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ADSU JAMB Cut-off Mark
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is responsible for conducting the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for students seeking admission into Nigerian universities. The JAMB cut-off mark is the minimum score required by a candidate to be eligible for admission into a specific institution.
The JAMB cut-off mark for ADSU is 160. This implies that candidates who score 160 or above in the UTME are eligible to apply for admission into ADSU.
ADSU Screening Cut-off Mark
After meeting the JAMB cut-off mark, candidates are required to participate in the screening exercise conducted by ADSU. The screening exercise is used to evaluate the candidates’ qualifications, including their O’level results and UTME scores, and determine their eligibility for admission into the institution.
The cut-off mark for ADSU’s screening exercise is 160. This implies that candidates who score 160 or above in the screening exercise are eligible for admission into ADSU. However, meeting the cut-off mark does not guarantee admission into the university, as other factors such as the number of available slots in the department of interest and the candidate’s performance in the Post-UTME screening exercise will also be considered.
How to Calculate ADSU Screening Aggregate Score
To calculate the ADSU screening aggregate score, the candidate’s UTME score and Post-UTME score are used. The aggregate score is computed as follows:
Aggregate Score = (UTME score / 8) + (Post-UTME score / 2)
For example, if a candidate scores 200 in UTME and 70 in the Post-UTME screening exercise, the aggregate score would be:
Aggregate Score = (200 / 8) + (70 / 2) = 25 + 35 = 60
ADSU JAMB cut-off mark is 160, while the screening exercise cut-off mark is also 160. To be considered for admission into ADSU, candidates must meet both cut-off marks and score a high aggregate score. We advise aspirants to prepare adequately for the UTME and ADSU’s screening exercise to increase their chances of gaining admission into the institution.
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