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NSUK Cut-Off Mark For 2020/2021 Post-UTME / Admission

Nasarawa State University, Keffi, NSUK cut-off mark for 2020/2021 Post-UTME / admission is out. This is the NSUK Post-UTME cut-off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session.

Candidates who chose Nasarawa State University during JAMB registration are hereby informed.

Such candidates/prospective students are hereby advised to check the NSUK admission cut-off mark before proceeding to apply for the NSUK Post-UTME Screening exercise. See the full details below.

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2020/2021 NSUK Cut-Off Mark for Admission Via Post UTME

According to the eligibility criteria released by the management of the school, candidates who scored the required minimum of 170 marks are eligible for the screening exercise.

This means that NSUK cut-off mark is 160 for the 2020/2021 academic session’s admission esercise.

According to the Vice Chancellor, the cut off mark was pegged at 160 in for indigenes of the state of to gain admission into the University, he told the house committee members that the University will also commence admission into Medicine, Engineering, and Architecture programmes in the next academic session commencing in 2020/ 2021.

If you have not applied for the screening exercise, click the following link to get started:- NSUK Post-UTME & Direct Entry Forms, Screening Dates 2020/2021.

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