IMSU Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 Courses {Jamb & Post UTME}

IMSU Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 Courses Jamb and Post UTME} – Imo State University is one of the most popular state universities in the country, and it attracts tons of aspirants each year. If you are an aspirant of the institution that wants to know certain relevant things that can aid you in your admission process, this article is just for you.

After Jamb, a lot of candidates are usually keen on knowing IMSU Jamb cut off mark, so they can be aware if they can successfully pass through the next stage or not. However, we want you to know that as far as Imo State University admission is concerned for this year, no cut off mark has been set due to various important reasons (but we expect some announcements in the coming months)

IMSU Jamb Cut Off Mark 2020/2021

Last year, the institution’s cut off mark was 180, and it is likely to be the same thing that will be made use of this session. Therefore, as an aspirant of this University, get ready for anything.

All aspirants should know that this year’s cut off mark is yet to be announced by the school and so, what we have here is the one used during the 2020/2021 session, and we are hoping it would give you an idea of what to expect this time around too.

After Jamb has been sorted out, then the next stage is the announcement of the commencement of IMSU post UTME screening exercise – which will begin with the sales of the form. The institution will inform aspirants how to get the form, the amount they are to pay for it, the proper way to register without issues, the deadline for registration, and so on. 

IMSU Cut Off Mark

The management of Imo State University will also make known the model that would be adopted for the conduct of the post UTME screening exercise this year. They might really decide to make do with a written examination, or just settle for the usage of O Level results and Jamb score. Therefore, wisdom demands that aspirants of the institution should be prepared in all ways by continuing to study and embracing their books, so they won’t be met unawares. It is actually easy to dump your books right now after you are done with Jamb. However, if you don’t want this to slip from your fingers this year, ensure you discipline yourself towards continuous study. In fact, when you become an undergraduate, the habit of constant reading will definitely help you a lot to become a successful student.

After the post UTME screening exercise is completed, IMSU would then release their departmental cut off mark, which will determine if a department will admit an aspirant or not. It is simple. Anyone who was able to successfully meet up with what was attached to his or her department of choice will be admitted into the University. On the other hand, anyone that couldn’t beat his or her own cut off mark won’t be admitted this year

So, basically, this year’s departmental cut off mark is yet to be released since IMSU is yet to conduct a post UTME screening exercise for her aspirants.

IMSU Departmental Cut Off Mark For All Courses 2020

Nevertheless, here are the courses offered by the Imo State University, as well as the cut off used last session:

  1. – Department of Economics – 233
  2. – Department of Mass Communication – 237
  3. – Department of Geography and Environmental Management – 188
  4. – Department of Political Science – 240
  5. – Department of Psychology – 214
  6. – Department of Accountancy – 236
  7. – Department of Banking &Finance – 229
  8. – Department of Insurance – 192
  9. – Department of Management – 220
  10. – Department of Marketing – 215
  11. – Department of Agric Econs & Ext – 182
  12. – Department of Animal Sci &Fisheries – 181
  13. – Department of Crop Sci & biotech – 183
  14. – Department of Soil Sci &biotech – 198
  15. – Department of Edu. Admin – 190
  16. – Department of Edu. Foundation – 182
  17. – Department of Edu Accounting -182
  18. – Department of Edu. Economics – 208
  19. – Department of Edu. Fine & applied arts – 194
  20. Department of Edu. Geo-Phy – 186
  21. – Department of Edu. Mathematics – 186
  22. – Department of Edu. Psychology – 193
  23. – Department of Guidance &Councelling – 182
  24. – Department of Lib. & info science – 206
  25. – Department of Architecture – 220
  26. – Department of Building – 190
  27. – Department of Surveying & Geoinformatics – 180
  28. – Department of Fine & applied arts – 184
  29. – Department of Land Surveying – 192
  30. – Department of Quantity Surveying – 191
  31. – Department of Urban and Regional Planning – 187
  32. – Department of Optometry – 249
  33. – Department of Medical Laboratory Science – 200
  34. – Department of Biochemistry – 230
  35. – Department of Nursing Science – 205
  36. – Department of Nutrition and Dietetics – 202
  37. – Department of History & Int’l studies – 220
  38. – Department of Igbo & linguistics – 188
  39. – Department of Philosophy – 188
  40. – Department of Religious studies – 180
  41. – Department of Botany – 189
  42. – Department of Biochemistry – 230
  43. – Department of Chemistry / Ind. Chemistry – 207
  44. – Department of Computer science -238
  45. – Department of Ind. Physics – 191
  46. – Department of Mathematics & Ind. Mathematics – 187
  47. – Department of Microbiology / Ind. Microbiology – 245
  48. – Department of Physics – 192
  49. – Department of Statistics – 182
  50. – Department of Zoology – 257
  51. – Department of Agric Engineering – 180
  52. – Department of Civil Engineering – 220
  53. – Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering – 229
  54. – Department of Food science Tech – 200
  55. – Department of Mechanical Engineering – 221

Important Things To Know About Imo State University

  1. IMSU was actually founded in 1981 and is located in Owerri, in the Eastern part of the country.
  2. The institution came alive via law No. 4 which was passed by the Imo State House of Assembly in 1981, and it keeps growing ever since then.
  3. Upon its establishment, IMSU admitted just 392 students, and the first set of graduates left about four years later.
  4. In 1991, Abia State was carved from Imo State, and with that, the campus that was located in Uturu campus became that of Abia State University (which remains so till this moment)
  5. The School is a fully functional institution in Nigeria that has been able to do some amazing things in the Nigerian educational sector. The majority of the programmes offered by the institution actually have full accreditation from the National Universities Commission of Nigeria, and the lecturers ensure they dish out quality education to students.
  6. Some years before now, a sort of research was conducted by the National Universities Commission (NUC). It was discovered that IMSU is the State University that the public embraced the most amidst its peers (I.e other state universities in the country). In fact, according to the research, IMSU was the 10th overall among both state and federal universities.
  7. The institution used to be within the campus of Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education before moving to its own premises of 4 buildings.
  8. In 1993, the Joint Admission Matriculation Board were the ones that sent students over to IMSU, and since then, just like other institutions in the country, aspirants must pass Jamb examination before coming in.
  9. In the year 1992, the National Universities Commission also formally approved the re-establishment of IMSU. Prof T. O. C. Was made the Vice-Chancellor of the institution with the responsibility of relocating and re-establishing the school. The School remains one of the best in the Eastern part of Nigeria, and it is hoped that it will keep growing.

We wish you the best in your efforts to become a bonafide student of Imo State University.

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