The Lagos state university – lasu jamb cut off marks for departments and courses, has been released for the 2017/18 academic session. Please take note that there are certain criteria which must be observed by students before being admitted to study their selected courses in any university of their choice.
One of the criteria for getting admitted into your preferred institution, is the jamb cut of mark for each schools as well as the courses itself. Getting admitted becomes easier, once you have met the required cut off mark for the admission into a particular course.
What is JAMB Cut off Mark?
This is one question most candidates are asking, and am incline to answer this question. Cut off mark is an agreed score which is usually set by a particular institution as a basic of admitting students into each available department of study.
Take note that this score is usually accredited to candidates based on their performance in a particular examination, and in the case of Nigeria, it’s based on JAMB UTME examination. However, students/candidates who did scored above the required cut off mark will be given admission and preferentially treated in admission process above those who have met the exacts cut off mark. This is to say, if the school set 200 as it’s cut off mark, but you scored 220, you will be given a preferential treatment to candidate who scored 200, which is the exact mark.
LASU Departmental Cut off Mark 2017
Not to spread false hope around, I very much preferred to say the truth. Candidates who selected the Lagos State University as their preferred institution during UTME Registration, should know that Lasu does not really have a specific cut off mark for all courses. However, candidates who have scored a minimum of one 180 in UTME examination are qualified and eligible to apply for admission into any of their choice courses.
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However, due to the high number of students which applied to study in the Lagos State University, the admission processes is competitive and admission is given based on JAMB score and applicant’s O’level grades.
Here are courses offered in the university as well as their cut off mark;
LASU Cut off Mark for all Faculties, Departments 2017
|S/N||FACULTY||DEPARTMENT||CUT Off Marks|
|– Christian Religious Studies||190|
|– Islamic Religious Studies||190|
|– History & International Studies||190|
|– Theatre Arts– Portuguese / English||190|
|2.||EDUCATION||– Arabic Education– CRS Education– Islamic Studies Education
– English Education
– French Education
– History Education
|– Yoruba Education– Biology Education– Chemistry Education
– Mathematics Education
– Physics Education
– Physical & Health Education
– Health Education
– Computer Science Education
– Educational Technology
– Business Education
– Accounting Education
– Educational Management
– Geography Education
– Economics Education
– Political Science Education
|4.||SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE||– Agriculture||190|
|5.||MANAGEMENT SCIENCES||– Accounting||190|
|– Public Administration||190|
|– Banking & Finance||190|
|– Management Technology||190|
|– Industrial Relations and Personnel Management||190|
|6.||SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION||– Mass Communication||190|
|– Fisheries & Aquatic Biology– Mathematics||190190|
|– Computer Science||190|
|8.||COLLEGE OF MEDICINE||– Medicine & Surgery||190|
|9.||SOCIAL SCIENCES||– Geography & Planning||190|
|– Political Science||190|
|10.||SCHOOL OF TRANSPORT||– Transport||190|
|11.||ENGINEERING||– Mechanical Engineering||190|
|– Electronics & Computer Engineering||190|
|– Chemical and Polymer Engineering||190|
It is very essential to know here, that as an applicant, you MUST meet the minimum UTME scores for your chosen courses; have the right UTME subject combinations as prescribed in the JAMB Brochure and the requisite ‘O’ Level subjects at credit level.