Imo State University – IMSU Cut Off Mark For Admission List Out

The Imo State University (IMSU) JAMB / POST UTME cut off mark for admission has almost been the same for years now, and this year’s cut off has just little modifications.

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Please take note, that this is a guideline for IMSU JAMB Cut off Mark and other requirements which are needed for Admissions Into 100L (year one) & 200L (year two) for all applicants, searching for admission into Imo State University (imsu).

All applicants should note that admission into the Imo State University is given purely on merit. The Imo State University management board has made it clear, that the institution is a center of excellence and therefore, admits students ONLY with the requisite qualifications for their programmes of choice.

How to Get Admission to Imo State University (IMSU) Through JAMB

All IMSU aspiring candidates should note that they can get admission into IMSU either through the following methods listed below.

JAMB – UTME,
Direct Entry (D.E).

Candidates should also note that before they can secure admission through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, the school requires these vital documents.

IMSU Admission Requirements

1. You’ll be required to have a minimum Credit passes in Five (5) subjects including English Language.
You must have this result from any of the following examinations:

  • WAEC, SSCE,
  • GCE O’Level,
  • NECO,
  • NABTEB.

2. You must have at least 180 UTME Score, (This means that your JAMB result must be 180 and above) which is required for admission into IMSU for all courses. This is the official JAMB Cut Off Mark for IMSU.

3. All applying candidates should note that they MUST have to make the Imo State University (imsu) their 1st and/or Second choice to qualify to write the Post UTME Screening Test.

Imsu Admission Selection Procedure

There are procedures you must follow before you’ll be admitted into Imo State University, which includes having at least an average scores from both the JAMB UTME and Post UTME screening Tests.

However, candidates with higher scores are prioritized to candidates who scored the minimum cut off marks.

IMSU Post UTME and Admission Cut of Point

There is no fixed admission cut off point in any subject. The cut-off point for admission changes from different programme to programme, it did not end there, as the cutoff mark is likely to change again, depending upon the overall performance of the candidates in both JAMB and Post UTME examination.

If most candidates looking for admission into Imsu had a score of 2oo + in UTME examination, the school is likely to set her cut off mark to 200 for most courses, vice-versa. It won’t be publicly announced, but candidates with 200+ UTME score will be given admission.

You should also be informed, that these are calculated (on average) and determined by the University before the release of the First(merit admission list).

After IMSU Admission First List, What Next?

If you had missed out of the IMSU merit admission list, don’t think you’ve lost it all, you can still get admitted into the academic institution because other lists will be released.

Candidates should note that the Imo State University (IMSU) Management board has at least, three sets of admission lists. That is, the school releases two other admission lists after the merit list.

The main reason for these lists is that most times, the merit list does not make the required number of students needed for that course. So, the school admission board will have to supplement students with considerably better scores to make the list and get them admitted to study their course.

Although there are certain courses where this is unlikely to happen, in competitive courses such as Medicine, Law, etc.

Admission into Imo State University (IMSU) Through Direct Entry

The possibility of you getting admission through direct entry (D.E) into IMSU is possible, but you’ll need to be qualified and meet the requirements.

The most important ones are listed below;

1. The school requires all Direct Entry candidates to have a minimum of credit passes in five (5) subjects, which must include English Language at any of the following examinations.

  • SSCE, GCE O’Level or equivalent qualification.

You should apply through direct entry via JAMB and chose IMSU as your first choice institution.

2. A’Level qualification – Either an HSC, OND or NCE in the relevant programme to be undertaken in IMSU.

3. You are required to have an acceptable score (at least above average) which is prescribed for admission at the Post Direct Entry Screening Examination.

4. Likewise, as in post utme admission, the admission cut off marks/point depends on the course vying for and the general performance.

You should also note, that the final selection is done from a combination of candidate’s certificates and the post direct entry screening result.

How to score high in IMSU Entrance Examination

When going for admission into any Nigeria higher institution, Note that you’ll be required to have a high score. If you are trying to get admission into IMSU, either through JAMB or Direct Entry, take note that YOU MUST write the school’s admission examination, which is known as, IMSU Post UTME Exam or IMSU Post D.E Exam.

To secure admission slot for your course of choice, you MUST have to score high in your post utme examination before you can be sure of admission.

We’ve said it over and over again, the best way you can score high in any post utme examination is to read all the school’s post utme past questions and answers.

More than 60% of the current questions are always picked from past questions.

We’re wishing all IMSU post utme students, the very best in their upcoming examination.

 

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