This is to inform all UTME candidates who applied for admission into Ekiti State University ,(EKSU) that the school management has released the cut off mark for the P-UTME screening exercise.
In all Federal, State, Polytechnics, College of Institutions and other academic institutions in Nigeria, there are criteria’s which a prospective student must attain before he/she can gain admission to any prestigious institute.
One of these criteria’s is the CUT OFF MARK that makes a student eligible to be admitted into the desired department in any choice of school.
Cut off mark is an agreed score set by a particular institution as a basic of admitting students into the department of study. This score is usually accredited to candidates based on their performance in a particular examination.
However, students who gets above the cut off mark will be given admission and students who get below the school cut off mark and didn’t merit it might not be given admission .
So prospective students or candidates of EKSU should ensure they study hard and smart to merit the cut off mark in order to be given admission.
Candidates who chose Ekiti State University (EKSU), as their Choice of institution in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME), and scored a minimum of 180 marks are eligible for the P-UTME screening exercise.
You may have ask questions like: I scored 180 and above but still was not given admission to study my desired course in EKSU. WHY?
Candidates with higher scores are first considered in admission standard, while candidates who has lower score and meet up to the cut off mark of 180, may likely not be admitted.
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Of a truth, it is the higher your score, the higher the chance of you being admitted. So we advise prospective students to work hard and have high score in order to gain admission into EKSU.
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