Gombe State University of Science And Technology GSUST Cut off Mark for 2023/2024 Academic Session. The cut off mark for Gombe State University is out. Check below for complete details.
GSUST Cut off Mark 2023/2024
Gombe State University (GSU) is located in Shamaki ward area of Tudun Wada, Gombe State, Nigeria. It is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The state University has a Chancellor and 11 members of Governing council, principals and management staff. Professor Abdullah Mahadi was the first vice – Chancellor of the Gombe State University
Gombe state University was setup by Governor Muhammed Danjuma Goje in 2003. The ministry of education created a 35 members committee of stakeholders, who report to the state executive council to establish a state own University.
The state executive council approved the constitution of 24 members technical planing committee to see the affairs of the University at that time.
The University has been conscious of the continuing manpower needs of the state government and the people. The University produce highly skilled graduates in different academic fields to enable them engage in productive political, economy and social activities of the society
GSU Cut Off Mark for 2023/2024
What is cut off mark?
Cut off mark is simply defined as the minimum score or points you need to gain admission into any higher institution of learning. This means that, if you don’t have up to the score in JAMB-UTME, you may not be considered for admission
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What is GSUST Cut off Mark?
The management of Gombe State University of Science and Technology is glad to announce 160 as the approved cut off mark. This means that candidates who wishes to study in the institution must have a minimum score of 160 in JAMB-UTME.
Only candidates who score 160 and above will be considered for admission into the institution for any course of study.
All qualified candidates can proceed further to apply for the school’s Post-UTME screening exercise when due.