Imo State University – IMSU Cut Off Marks For Admission 2019/2020

This is to notify all members of the general public, especially, all candidates seeking admission into the Imo State University, for the 2019/2020 academic session.

Also See: UNIPORT Cut off Mark For 2019

What is the cut off mark for IMSU?

The Imo State University, IMSU post utme cut off mark for admission is normally 200, or 180, but nothing less than that.

If you scored 180 and above in the just concluded joint admission matriculation board (JAMB) CBT examination, and choose the institution as your first, then you must proceed and partake in her post utme examination.

We’ve just confirmed that the official imsu cut off mark for admission this year, has been reduced from 200 to 180 for the 2019/2020 academic session.

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This is the cutoff mark is for all courses, however, for certain courses like Medicine, Law, etc, if most candidates scored above 200, the school admission board, is bound to raise the cutoff mark to 200.

Recommended: IMSU Post-UTME, Screening, Cut-off Mark And Registration 2019

According to a staff of the academic institution, the official cut off mark for imsu for 2019 is 180.

If you want to score high in the post utme examination, then we’ll advise you, to read your past questions well and choose a good course to study.

What is IMSU cut off Mark or Point?

If your score did not reach the school’s required cut off mark, sadly, you’ll won’t be offered admission, and it’s as simple as that.

All applying candidates should also note, that there are wide varieties of courses which are offered in Imo State University (IMSU)

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We’re wishing all candidates seeking admission into the IMO State University, the very BEST!

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