BOSU Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024 Admission

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BOSU Cut-Off Mark for 2023/2024 Admission
Cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 session entrance examination of Borno State University (BOSU). If his UTME score is equal to or above his BOSU limit, he will be considered for admission (by screening). Admission may not be granted if your UTME score is below the required cut-off mark.
BOSU Cut-Off Mark

Borno State University (BOSU) authorities have released the cutoff marks for the admission process for the 2023/2024 academic sessions.

Borno State University is located in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria. Founded in 2016. It has four faculties with over 20 departments.

Borno State University cut-off mark

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences: Aspiring Medical Professionals

For those eyeing a career in the medical field, BOSU has various courses in its Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. The cut-off marks are as follows:

  1. Medicine and Surgery – 200
  2. Nursing Science – 180
  3. Physiotherapy – 180
  4. Radiography – 180
  5. Medical Laboratory Science – 180
  6. Biochemistry – 180
  7. Health Information Management System – 180

Faculty of Agriculture: For Future Agronomists

In the Faculty of Agriculture, the following course is offered with its corresponding cut-off mark:

  1. Agriculture – 160

Faculty of Science: Pathways in Scientific Discovery

Courses under the Faculty of Science and their cut-off marks are listed below:

  1. Biotechnology – 180
  2. Plant Science & Biotechnology – 170
  3. Computer Science – 180

Faculty of Social & Management Sciences: Building Future Leaders

Candidates looking to delve into social sciences or management can consider the following courses, each with their individual cut-off marks:

  1. Mass Communication – 170
  2. Public Administration – 170

Faculty of Arts and Education: Moulding the Educators of Tomorrow

The following course is offered in the Faculty of Arts and Education:

  1. Education Computer Science – 170

Cut-off Marks for All Other Courses

For all other courses not listed above, the general cut-off mark is 150.

Meeting the cut-off mark is a critical step in securing your academic future at Borno State University. Candidates scoring exactly or above the stipulated cut-off marks are deemed eligible for Post UTME screening, thereby getting a step closer to admission into this esteemed institution.

For candidates who fall short of these marks, it’s important to note that they will not be considered for the Post UTME screening, thereby excluding them from the admission process for the 2023/2024 academic year. Thus, preparing adequately for the UTME examination becomes paramount for aspirants aiming for a successful admission exercise.

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