absu cut off mark for medical laboratory & medicine and surgery

absu cut off mark for medical laboratory & medicine and surgery
There are certain criteria to be observed by students before being admitted to study in any of the courses in any university. One of these which include meeting the required cut of mark for each schools’ as well as the courses itself. It is very easy to obtain admission if one has met the required cut off mark for the admission into a particular course.

Are you searching for the cut off mark for medical laboratory?
Are you searching for the cut off mark of Medicine and surgery in ABSU?
This is to inform all those who are interested in applying for admission in Abia state university, Uturu , that the Cut off mark for medicine and surgery is 240 while that of Medical laboratory is 220.

Cut off mark is an agreed score set by a particular institution as a basic of admitting students into the department of study
Please note that there is a difference between general cut off mark and departmental cut off mark, most schools released her departmental cut off mark after Post-UTME Screening exercise

Please note that the general cut off mark is usually lower that the departmental cut off mark,
You can click here to find out the general cut off Mark for absu and post utme details

Note:Institutions are, however, at liberty to raise their cut off marks for admission above the minimum set by JAMB.

Keep visiting this page for more update click here to read more about JAMB CAPS

“The Registrar of JAMB, Ishaq Oloyede, said a Central Admission Processing System, CAPS, will be used to streamline admission processes among institutions, as it addresses challenges associated with the former approach.
Mr. Oloyede also said that Institutions could conduct dual mode system which involves both manual and the newly introduced CAPS.
He advocated a dynamic educational policy as related to admissions.
“All over the world, there is agitation for dynamic educational policy,” he said. “JAMB only admits for National Diploma, not Higher National Diploma; so why should we use the same requirement for ND and BSC, that is unreasonable parity.”
“We should not be sentimental in fixing our cut off mark; we need not over-dramatise issue of cut off mark.”
He said candidates’ applications to study agriculture was very low while applications to study medicine and health sciences increased.
Speaking on illegal admissions, he said the process is now automated because the Registrar of JAMB must approve all candidates.”

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