BSUM Cut Off Mark for 2023/2024 Admission Exercise

Dreaming of securing a spot in Benue State University, Makurdi for the upcoming academic year? Have questions like "What's the BSUM cut-off mark for 2023/2024?" been on your mind? Fret not. This article unveils the official cut-off mark and provides insights into your desired programmes. Dive deeper to ensure your aspirations align with BSUM's requirements

Benue State University Makurdi (BSUM) Cut Off Mark

Situated in the heart of Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria, Benue State University (BSUM) is a state-owned institution established by the Benue State Government through the Benue State University Edict No. 1 of 1991. Opening its doors for the first time in the 1992/93 academic year, BSUM has consistently set a benchmark for academic excellence.

Historical Glimpse of BSUM

As one of Nigeria’s renowned state universities, BSUM was brought into existence by the visionary Benue State Government. This academic beacon was aimed at providing high-quality tertiary education to the denizens of Benue and beyond. The initiation in the 1992/93 academic year marks the university’s commitment to upholding academic brilliance and producing graduates equipped with skills tailored for the modern world.

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BSUM’s Admission Threshold for 2023/2024

For the forthcoming 2023/2024 academic session, the university’s management has unveiled the expected cut-off mark for prospective students.

Key Points about BSUM’s Cut-Off Mark:

  • The baseline cut-off mark for prospective students of BSUM is set at 150 points.
  • Applicants aiming for programmes such as Medicine & Surgery, Law, Nursing, Radiography & Radiation Science, and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science need to secure a higher threshold of 220 points and above in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
  • However, there’s a silver lining for candidates who may not have met the desired cut-off for specific programmes:
    • Those who applied for Law but achieved scores between 150 and 219 may still find opportunities in faculties such as Arts, Social Sciences, or Education.
    • Candidates with aspirations for Medicine & Surgery, Nursing Science, B.Sc. Radiography and Radiation Science, and Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLS) in the esteemed College of Health Sciences, yet garnered scores between 150 and 199, can consider venturing into related disciplines like Anatomy, Physiology, or other allied Sciences programmes.

It’s evident that while BSUM maintains high standards, it also offers flexibility, ensuring that students’ dreams aren’t entirely curtailed by the hurdles of a single examination.


In summary, securing a spot at BSUM requires diligence and dedication. Prospective students should be well-prepared and focused on their goals. Congratulations in advance to all candidates aiming for this prestigious institution, and here’s to a successful 2023/2024 academic journey at Benue State University, Makurdi!

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