Are you an IMSU aspirant wondering what the JAMB cut-off mark of the University is?
Has it been a hitch to you deciphering what the departmental cut-off mark of dream course is?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this post is for you.
Here, you will learn all you will need to know about the JAMB cut-off mark of Imo State University.
We have also carefully listed the departmental cut-off marks of courses offered in IMSU.
Therefore, I urge you to read carefully to get every bit all we have for you in this post.
- 1 What is the JAMB Cut-Off Mark of IMSU?
- 2 IMSU Departmental Cut-Off Marks
- 3 About the University
- 3.1 Faculties and Departments
- 3.2 Faculty of Agriculture
- 3.3 Faculty of Engineering
- 3.4 Faculty of Education
- 3.5 Faculty of Environmental Science
- 3.6 Faculty of Humanities
- 3.7 Faculty of Health Science
- 3.8 Faculty of Law
- 3.9 Faculty of Management Sciences
- 3.10 Faculty of Science
- 3.11 Faculty of Social Sciences
- 3.12 Frequently Asked Questions
- 3.13 Conclusion
- 3.14 Share this:
What is the JAMB Cut-Off Mark of IMSU?
The official UTME cut-off mark of Imo State University, IMSU is 180.
What this means to an aspirant like you is that if you score up to 180, you are eligible to purchase the school’s screening form, and stand the chance to be admitted.
It does not mean that since you have scored 180 or more, that you are guaranteed admission.
Other criteria are considered before you are offered admission, and you will have to meet them as well.
Such criteria include the IMSU departmental cut-off mark, O’ Level requirements, age, and other factors.
If on the other hand, you are unable to score up to this cut-off mark, all hope for admission is NOT lost.
You can still change your institution of choice to a polytechnic or college of education, or even another university with a lower cut-off mark.
If this is an option you cannot consider, it is still a good idea you wait for the next year to sit for the exams.
Then, you will need to pump in more effort into preparation, studying, and preparing.
IMSU Departmental Cut-Off Marks
|Agric. Economics, Extension & Rural Dev.||182|
|Animal Science and Fisheries||181|
|Crop Science And Biotechnology||183|
|Soil Science and Environment||198|
|Electrical & Electronic Engineering||229|
|Food Science & Technology||200|
|Physical Science Education||185|
|Life Science Education||186|
|Social Science Education||182|
|Library and Information Science||206|
|Foundation and Counseling||182|
|Fine and Applied Science||184|
|Urban and Regional Planning||187|
|Surveying and GeoInformatics||192|
|English Language and Literary Studies||220|
|History and International Studies||220|
|Linguistic and Igbo||190|
|Medical Laboratory Science||200|
|Nutrition and Dietetics||202|
|Banking and Finance||229|
|Hospitality and Tourism Management||200|
|Insurance and Actuarial Science||192|
|Animal Science and Environmental Biology||200|
|Plant Science and Biotechnology||189|
|Geography and Environmental Management||188|
About the University
Imo State University known as IMSU in short, is listed among the state-owned universities in Nigeria.
IMSU was established in 1981, in the old Imo State. In 1991, after the creation of Abia State, the Uturu Campus of IMSU became the Abia State University.
The University started on October 23 with 392 students. Today, students of IMSU are over 30, 000.
IMSU offers both full-time and part-time undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
And, the University is duly accredited by the National University Commission (NUC).
Faculties and Departments
Currently, there are 10 accredited faculties in the Imo State University, Owerri.
Faculty of Agriculture
- Agric. Economics, Extension & Rural Dev.
- Animal Science and Fisheries
- Crop Science And Biotechnology
- Soil Science and Environment
Faculty of Engineering
- Agricultural Engineering
- Electrical & Electronic Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Food Science & Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Education
- Arts Education
- Physical Science Education
- Life Science Education
- Social Science Education
- Library and Information Science
- Foundation and Counseling
Faculty of Environmental Science
- Fine and Applied Science
- Estate Management
- Urban and Regional Planning
- Surveying and GeoInformatics
- Quantity Surveying
Faculty of Humanities
- English Language and Literary Studies
- History and International Studies
- Linguistic and Igbo
- Theatre Arts
- Religious Studies
Faculty of Health Science
- Medical Laboratory Science
- Nursing Science
- Nutrition and Dietetics
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Management Sciences
- Banking and Finance
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
- Insurance and Actuarial Science
- Management Studies
Faculty of Science
- Animal Science and Environmental Biology
- Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry
- Computer Science
- Microbiology/Industrial Microbiology
- Plant Science and Biotechnology
- Physics/Industrial Physics
Faculty of Social Sciences
- Geography and Environmental Management
- Mass Communication
- Political Science
Frequently Asked Questions
Does IMSU accept second choice candidates in JAMB?
Unfortunately, the University is not among the State universities that accept candidates who chose them as the second choice of institution.
Does IMSU write Post -UTME?
Yes, the Post-UTME screening exercise is one of the ways through which students are screened for admission.
Does IMSU accept Direct Entry?
Yes, the school accepts qualified direct entry candidates into 200 level of study.
How is the IMSU cut-off mark calculated?
- Divide your JAMB UTME score by 8
- Divide your Post-UTME score by 2
- Add the values from the operations above.
With the knowledge of the JAMB cut-off mark of IMSU stated in this article, you will march stronger on your path to success. And if you have come this far, I will believe you have gotten everything you need to know about the subject.
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