FUGUS Cut Off Mark for 2024/2025 Admission Exercise

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The Federal University, Gusua, FUGUS cut-off mark — The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has approved the minimum score requirements for admission to universities, polytechnics, and other tertiary institutions in the country. 140 has been authorised as the minimal benchmark for admissions into universities for the 2024/2025 academic year, while 100 has been approved for polytechnics and colleges of education.

FUGUS Cut Off Mark

According to JAMB, each institution is free to set its own cut-off mark of up to 220, but no one is permitted to go below the agreed-upon minimum marks. This institution is yet to announce its desired cut-off mark for the 2024/2025 session. The one presented below is for 2021/2024. We hope this gives you a sense of what to anticipate in 2024/23. This page will be updated as soon as the management concludes their cut-off mark. ***Bookmark this page and return frequently to check for updates***

The Federal University Gusau (FUGUS) is a public, conventional, coeducational, research university located in Gusau, Zamfara State, Nigeria. The University is one of the twelve new federal Universities which were established in States where none existed, and shall offer programmes in Arts-based and Science-based disciplines.

SEE ALSO: Cut-off Marks for all schools.

FUGUS Cut-Off Mark

This is to inform the University community and the general public that the Federal University Gusau (FUGUS) has set-up 160 as its minimum cut-off mark for admission into the University, following a decision by the Senate of the University.

The Senate also agreed that the admission would be given after the candidates sat for the Post University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post-UTME) Screening exercise that would be conducted by the institution.

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