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Nsuk Admission Cut Off Mark For 2017/2018 Session

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The cut off mark for 2017/2018 Admission in nassarawa state university nsuk is here again.
As a prospective student you need to be inform on all the requirements needed for a successful admission.
The 2017/2018 cut off mark comes I’m different stages and the two stages will be required for admission.

Stage 1: The jamb cut off mark
Stage 2 : The o level cut off mark
The last session admission was determined by both stage 1 and 2 and that is the reason why we will focus more on this aspect.

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What is Jamb cut off Mark: it’s a method where your jamb score will be divided to get your actual points

What is WAEC cut off mark: it’s simply a method of calculating and adding all your o level subject together to get a score or point.

Please note that all schools have now embrace the points system while the post utme exam is no longer in existence .
You do not need to write any post utme exam and your admission will be determined by your performance in both Your o level result and jamb result .

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How to calculate and determine your score.

Both your jamb and o level result carry 50 marks and when you add both together, it will give you 100 marks

To calculate your jamb score, simply divide your actual score by 8.
For instance 240/8= 30 points
For instance 200/8= 25 points
For instance 320/8 =40 points
The analysis above simply tells you that the higher your jamb score ,the higher your chances of securing admission.
Cut off mark 2017/2018
Moreso your o level score will be added to your jamb score .

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Calculating o level points
Well this method is also very easy and tricky and it can be easily be modified easily.

For instance all the grades below will carry different points

Moreso, a candidate using 1 sitting wikk get a bonus of 10 marks
While A candidate using 2 sittings will get a bonus of 3 marks

A1 6 marks
B2. 4 marks
B4. 4 marks
C4. 3 marks
C5. 3 marks
C6. 3 marks




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