IMSU Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 | JAMB & Departmental Cut Off Marks
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This has become necessary as several students and aspirants who put in for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination for the 2020/2021 academic session for imo state university have been asking different questions pertaining the departmental and faculty cut off point.
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IMSU Cut Off Mark 2020/2021
IMSU JAMB cut off is pecked at 160. that is what we all know, we will now move to the departmental cut off marks.
What Does Cut off Mark Really Mean?
You want to know what cut off mark means?, don’t worry, I will explain in a way you will understand.
Cut off mark simply means a certain mark which candidates are expected not to score below if they want to be admitted for the particular year in view.
Generally, in cut off marks, you are expected to score above or get the exact cut off mark but you will agree with me that it is risky hanging on a knife’s edge.
IMSU Minimum JAMB Score requirement to get admitted In 2020
IMSU is one of the top tertiary institutions in Nigeria and they try to maintain a certain standard. It is often said that if you cannot improve on the existing standard, keep the standard the way you found it.
Therefore, if you an aspirant of IMSU and you scored 160 and above, then you are in safe hands.
The minimum JAMB score requirement for IMSU is 160 and you are expected to beat this cut off mark far above it so that your chances of getting admitted will increase.
This is because any school will want to will not be admitted those who scored 160 first when there are other students that scored 250.
The following are the cut off marks for each of the faculties present In IMSU.
Library and Information Science – 206
Guidance and Counselling – 182
Mechanical Engineering – 221
Food Science and Technology – 200
Education and Psychology – 193
Education and Mathematics – 186
Electrical and Electronic Engineering – 229
Civil Engineering – 220
Education and Geophysics – 186
Education and FIne and Applied Arts – 194
Agricultural Engineering – 180
Zoology – 257
Education and Economics – 208
Education and Accounting – 182
Statistics – 182
Physics – 192
Educational Foundation – 182
Educational Administration – 190
Microbiology/Industrial Microbiology – 245
Industrial Physics – 191
Computer Science – 238
Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry – 207
Biochemistry – 230
Botany – 189
Psychology – 214
Political Science – 240
Geography and Environmental Management – 188
Mass Communication – 237
Economics – 233
Soil Science and Biotechnology – 198
Crop Science and BioTechnology – 183
Animal Science and Fisheries – 181
Agricultural Economics and Extension – 182
Religious Studies – 180
Philosophy – 188
Igbo and Linguistics – 188
History and International Studies – 220
Urban and Regional Planning – 87
Quantity Surveying – 191
Land Surveying – 192
Fine and Applied Arts – 184
Surveying and Geoinformatics – 180
Building – 190
Architecture – 220
Nutrition and Dietetics – 202
Nursing Science – 205
Biochemistry – 230
Medical Laboratory Science – 200
Optometry – 249
Accountancy – 236
Management – 220
Insurance – 192
Banking and Finance – 229
However, as a note of warning, all candidates are advised to go their pre-screening venues or centers 30 minutes before time to avoid stories that touch the heart.
Finally, the second phase then comes along immediately you have been admitted into IMSU to study any choice of course. However, at the second phase, you need to do proper screening and the documents usually needed include;
Birth Certificate or Age Declaration
Certificate of Local Government of Origin
Original copies of your credentials (certificates and statements of result)
Letter of good conduct from your village head or any responsible member of your community/or civil servant not below grade level 10 or equivalent in the private sector.