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IBBU Cut Off Mark for 2023/2024 Admission Exercise

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU) in Niger State has set its cut-off mark at 150 for the 2023/2024 admission exercise. Candidates with a UTME score of 150 or more are eligible for the screening process, while those below are not. This applies to all degree courses offered, from ACCOUNTING to ZOOLOGY

IBBU Admission Cut Off Mark

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU) in Lapai, nestled in the heart of Niger State, Central Nigeria, is a prestigious institution that attracts a myriad of students year after year. With the 2023/2024 academic session on the horizon, the university’s management has unveiled its official cut-off mark, setting the stage for the forthcoming admission exercise.

🏫 University NameIbrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU), Niger State, central Nigeria.
📢 AnnouncementIBBU has disclosed its cut-off mark for the 2023/2024 admission session.
📊 Cut-off MarkThe minimum cut-off mark for IBBU Lapai is 150.
EligibilityCandidates with a UTME score of 150 or above are eligible for admission via screening.
IneligibilityIf a candidate’s UTME score is below 150, they aren’t qualified for the post UTME screening exercise.
📍 LocationIBBU is located in Niger State, central Nigeria.
📜 SessionThis information is pertinent to the 2023/2024 academic session.

Understanding the Cut-off Mark at IBBU

For those unfamiliar, the cut-off mark is a benchmark score in the UTME, determining a candidate’s eligibility for the subsequent screening and admission process. Meeting or surpassing this score enhances one’s chances of securing admission, whereas falling short renders one ineligible for the post UTME screening exercise.

For the upcoming 2023/2024 academic session, IBBU has set the minimum cut-off mark at 150. This implies that candidates must have achieved a score of at least 150 in their UTME to be considered for admission into the various degree courses on offer at the university.

SEE ALSO: Cut-off Marks for Other Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges.

Degree Programmes Accepting a Cut-off Mark of 150

IBBU boasts an extensive array of degree courses. The good news is, for this academic session, all the following programmes have a uniform cut-off mark of 150:

  • Faculty of Commerce:
    • Accounting
    • Actuarial Science
    • Business Administration
    • Mass Communication
    • Transport Management
  • Faculty of Science and Technology:
    • Agricultural Science and Education
    • Agriculture
    • Biochemistry
    • Biology
    • Biotechnology
    • Botany
    • Chemistry
    • Computer Science
    • Food Science and Technology
    • Forestry and Wildlife
    • Geology
    • Mathematics
    • Medicine and Surgery
    • Microbiology
    • Physics
    • Zoology
  • Faculty of Humanities:
    • Adult Education
    • Arabic Studies
    • English Language
    • Fisheries
    • French
    • Geography
    • History and International Studies
    • Islamic Studies
    • Linguistics
    • Local Government Studies
    • Sociology
  • Faculty of Education:
    • Agric-Economics and Extension
    • Education and Biology
    • Education and Chemistry
    • Education and Computer Science
    • Education and Geography
    • Education and Mathematics
    • Education and Physics
    • Human Kinetics and Health Education
    • Library and Information Science
  • Faculty of Social Sciences:
    • Economics
    • History
    • Political Science
    • Public Administration

Candidates aspiring to secure a seat in any of the aforementioned courses need to ensure they’ve acquired the stipulated cut-off score. In essence, if your UTME score is 150 or above, you’re in a good position to proceed with the screening and potentially get admitted into IBBU. Otherwise, it might be time to explore other academic opportunities.


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