ESUT (The Enugu State University of Science and Technology), has officially announced the cut-off mark for its 2023/2024 academic session’s admission process.
Understanding the Cut-Off Mark
A cut-off mark is the minimum score you need in the UTME examination to be considered for the next steps in the university’s admission process. It doesn’t guarantee admission, but it’s the starting point for being considered.
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For the upcoming 2023/2024 academic session at ESUT:
- The general cut-off mark stands at 160.
- However, for courses like Medicine and Surgery, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing Sciences, Pharmacy, and Law, the benchmark is set a bit higher at 200.
If you’re a hopeful student and you scored 160 in UTME (or 200 for certain courses), that’s good news. You’re in the running for the next steps in the admission process. However, if your UTME score is below that, getting admission might be tougher.
Getting into a university is a big achievement in your academic journey. And knowing the admission requirements, like the cut-off mark, is crucial for planning and preparation. ESUT, known for its dedication to technology and community service, is a popular choice for many students.
If you’re thinking about joining ESUT, make sure to keep an eye on the official ESUT website for updates. Also for detailed information about the admission process. Just remember, every successful journey starts with one step, and knowing the requirements is usually that important first step. Best of luck to all the hopeful students!