AKSU Cut off Mark for Admission into the 2022/2023 academic session has been released and published online by the school’s management. All candidates should take note that this page covers everything regarding the Akwa Ibom State University of Technology (AKSU) JAMB and Departmental Cut off Marks.
This page contains everything you need to know about the Akwa Ibom State University JAMB and departmental cut off mark for admission. This is very important for all UTME candidates who are aspiring to study at the AKSU this academic session.
However, before I continue, please note that JAMB and departmental cut off mark for 2022 session depends on students performance for this session.
AKSU JAMB Cut off Mark.
This is absolutely no need to doubt this. Because we’ll have been writing about this academic institution since the previous two consecutive years, and we discovered that AKSU cut off mark has always been 160.
But for candidates who scored below 160 in UTME, they are not eligible to participate in the Post UTME screening or buy the POST-UTME FORM.
AKSU Cut off Mark.
As at the time of writing this, the 2022 AKSU cut off marks for courses/departments are not yet out. And we highly think it won’t be released too. Here’s why we know this for sure.
We have been monitoring this academic institution, and we discovered that the Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) has not made their departmental cut off mark public within the previous 2 years. Taking the clue from their previous decisions, we may rightfully say that the AKSU departmental cut off mark for 2022 may not be made public.
However, we promise to keep updating this thread with more news, information, AKSU aggregate cut off, how to calculate AKSU aggregate marks, etc.
Take note that the Akwa Ibom State University admission board usually releases her admission lists in Batches, and then, releases her AKSU Supplementary Admission Form, showing available programs for admission.