IMSU Cut off mark 2022/2022 for all Courses

The Imo State University (IMSU) Cut off mark for all courses 2022 is out: Check IMSU Cut-off mark for all courses, IMSU Departmental Cutoff mark with IMSU Courses and their Cutoff marks below.

All the concerned aspirants and candidates that wish to apply for admission into IMSU should know that the Imo State University (IMSU) cut-off mark for 2022 is out.

We have also published the IMSU departmental cutoff marks 2022/2023 for all courses for the 2022/2023 academic session admissions.

IMSU 2022 Cut off mark Policy

According to the Imo State University admission procedures, only the candidates that have met the JAMB cut-off mark for IMSU 2022 will be qualified to apply for the IMSU 2022 Post UTME admission screening exercise.

As such, all aspirants must check and make sure they meet the IMSU Cutoff markΒ before proceeding to apply for the IMSU Post UTME.

The Imo State University (IMSU) courses and their departmental cut-off mark for 2022 are out as shown below.

IMSU JAMB Cutoff mark 2022/2023

What is the JAMB Cut off mark for IMSU 2022? The Imo State University (IMSU) General JAMB Cutoff mark for 2022 is 150 for all courses.

Candidates who made IMSU their first choice and have scored at least 150 in the 2022 JAMB examination are eligible to apply for the IMSU Post UTME exercise.

Check out: JAMB Cut off mark for all Universities and Polytechnics

IMSU Courses and Departmental Cut off Mark 2022/2023

What is the departmental Cut off mark for IMSU?Β  Below are the Imo State University (IMSU) courses and their departmental cut-off marks for 2022.

IMSU Courses and Their Post UTME Cut off mark

  • Accountancy/Accounting, 150
  • Education Accounting, 150
  • Government and Public Administration, 150
  • Educational Foundations and Administration, 150
  • Educational Administration, 150
  • Agriculture, 150
  • Architecture, 150
  • Fine / Applied Art, 150
  • Theatre Arts, 150
  • Fine/Applied Arts, 150
  • Education Fine and Applied Arts, 150
  • Fine and Applied Arts, 150
  • Biochemistry, 150
  • Education and Biology, 150
  • Crop Science and Biotechnology, 150
  • Botany, 150
  • Building, 150
  • Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry, 150
  • Education and Chemistry, 150
  • Mass Communication, 150
  • Guidance and Counseling, 150
  • Nutrition and Dietetics, 150
  • Education and Economics, 150
  • Economics, 150
  • Home Economics and Education, 150
  • Agricultural Science and Education, 150
  • Mechanical Engineering, 150
  • Agricultural Engineering, 150
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering, 150
  • Medicine and Surgery, 150
  • Civil Engineering, 150
  • Banking and Finance, 150
  • Animal Science and Fisheries, 150
  • French, 150
  • Education and French, 150
  • Education and Geography, 150
  • Surveying and Geoinformatics, 150
  • Education and Government, 150
  • Public Health, 150
  • Education and History, 150
  • Education and Igbo, 150
  • Education and English Language, 150
  • Law, 150
  • Linguistics, 150
  • Igbo/Linguistics, 150
  • Geography and Environmental Management, 150
  • Soil and Environmental Management, 150
  • Estate Management, 150
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management, 150
  • Marketing, 150
  • Education and Mathematics, 150
  • Industrial Mathematics, 150
  • Mathematics, 150
  • Industrial Microbiology, 150
  • Microbiology, 150
  • Philosophy, 150
  • Education and Geography/Physics, 150
  • Physics, 150
  • Industrial Physics, 150
  • Education and Physics, 150
  • Urban and Regional Planning
  • Psychology, 150
  • Educational/Psychology, Guidance and Counseling, 150
  • Soil Science, 150
  • Nursing / Nursing Science, 150
  • Insurance and Actuarial Science, 150
  • Medical Laboratory Science, 150
  • Library and Information Science, 150
  • Computer Science, 150
  • Sociology, 150
  • Statistics, 150
  • Education and Christian Religious Studies, 150
  • Management Studies, 150
  • History and International Studies, 150
  • Religious Studies, 150
  • English and Literary Studies, 150
  • Education and Religious Studies, 150
  • Land Survey, 150
  • Quantity Surveying, 150
  • Food Science and Technology, 150
  • Chemical Engineering Technology, 150
  • Forestry and Wildlife, 150
  • Zoology, 150

Note: irrespective of the departmental cut-off marks listed above, candidates whose JAMB score is below the departmental cut-off mark of his or her course as determined by the school will not still gain admission if the number of applicants is low.

Finally, it is better to score high above the Imo State University (IMSU) JAMB and departmental cut-off mark so as to stand a better chance of gaining admission.

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