UNIDEL cut off mark 2023/2024 is officially announced. Are you among those seeking information on the University of Delta cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session?
Are you curious about the released minimum scores and your eligibility for admission? Please read through this article patiently to get a comprehensive understanding of the school’s official cut-off marks for all courses in the 2023/2024 session.
UNIDEL Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024
What is a cut-off mark? The cut-off mark refers to the minimum score or mark required by a tertiary institution when admitting new applicants. It represents the threshold that applicants need to meet in their most recent JAMB examination to qualify for admission into their preferred schools.
It’s crucial to note that applicants who have scored above the specified cutoff mark stand a better chance of securing admission.
What is the UNIDEL cut-off mark for 2023-2024?
The University of Delta’s administration wishes to inform the general public and particularly aspiring candidates that UNIDEL has established its cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session at 160 and above.
The University of Delta management has officially announced the UNIDEL JAMB cut off mark for the 2023/2024 academic session. The admission cut-off mark is 160.
Consequently, all prospective candidates aspiring for admission to the University of Delta (UNIDEL) must achieve a score of 160 or higher in the recent JAMB examination.
It’s important to emphasize that only candidates who attain a score of 160 and above will qualify to apply for the University of Delta’s post-UTME screening and subsequently be considered for admission.
The above-mentioned score serves as both the UNIDEL JAMB cut-off mark and the UNIDEL departmental cut-off mark. Candidates who scored a minimum of 160 and above in the 2023 JAMB examination and selected the University of Delta, Agbor, as their preferred institution are eligible to obtain the UNIDEL Post-UTME form.
Further details include the departmental cut-off marks for the University of Delta, Agbor, for the current academic year.
UNIDEL Departmental Cut-Off Mark
The departmental cut-off mark set by the University of Delta, Agbor, is 160. Following the publication of this mark, all prospective students must meet the specific cut-off requirements for their chosen courses to secure admission into any undergraduate program at the institution.
This implies that 2023 candidates who participated in the JAMB and UNIDEL post-UTME exams and achieved the necessary cut-off score for their preferred courses or programs stand a favorable chance of being admitted to study their selected programs at the institution.
Requirements and Eligibility for University of Delta (UNIDEL) Post-UTME
Prospective candidates aiming to be admitted into the university are required to have obtained a minimum of five (5) O’ level (SSCE) credits in mathematics, English, chemistry, physics, and biology, with the appropriate subject combinations in the 2023 JAMB UTME Examination, to be eligible to apply for the MTU Post UTME.
All applicants to UNIDEL will soon receive detailed information concerning the date, venue, and procedures for the post-UTME screening exercise. For further information, please visit the school’s website at www.unidel.edu.ng.
Note: All interested and qualified applicants or candidates are strongly advised to prepare all necessary documents required for the upcoming post-UTME screening exercise.
Does UNIDEL consider a score of 150?
No, UNIDEL does not accept a cut-off mark of 150.
Is meeting UNIDEL’s cutoff mark the sole criterion for securing admission into the institution?
Of course, meeting the minimum score requirement of 160 set by UNIDEL is a crucial requirement for gaining admission to the institution.
Can I gain admission into UNIDEL with a score of 180?
Certainly! A score of 180 surpasses the minimum cut-off mark requirement of 160, making it an eligible score for candidates intending to register for UNIDEL Post-UTME.
Calculating the UNIDEL Aggregate Score
To determine your aggregate score, add together your JAMB score and your post-UTME score, then divide the total by 2. This calculation yields your average, or aggregate score. For instance, if your JAMB score is 190 and your post-UTME score is also 190, the calculation would be (190 + 190) / 2 = 190.
The University of Delta management and/or administration happily welcomes interested and eligible candidates to pursue studies at this esteemed institution of learning.