Delsu Cut Off Mark for Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department 2022/23 Academic Session
If you took JAMB this year and put Delta State University (DELSU) as your school of interest for First Choice, we want to inform you that Delsu Cut off Mark for Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department has been published by the prestigious Delta State University.
Kindly continue reading to know more.
Who Is This Delsu Cut Off publication For:
This publication is for every intelligent student who wants to know about the Delsu cut off mark for Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department in Delta State University.
This article will cut across various topics of cut off marks that students will find valuable such as:
- Delsu cut off mark for 2022.
- Jamb cut off mark for Delsu.
- Delsu Departmental cut off mark.
- Delsu cut off mark for Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department.
- What is a cut off mark?
- What is The Cut Off Mark for Delsu?
- Departmental Cut Off Marks.
- Calculating your aggregate score.
What is cut off mark?
Cut off marks are the minimum percentage of marks that students must obtain in order to be admitted to their desired college, school, university, or other institution. If you wish to pursue you selected course, you must obtain the required score (scoring more improves your chances) to secure admission into the University.
What is Delsu cut off mark?
Now that you know what a cut off mark is, we can now say Delsu cut off mark is the score or grade stipulated by the school to get into various departments.
It is note worthy to know that it is subjective to the department. It differs from department to department.
How to calculate Cut off mark for Delsu
Now you’ve taken Jamb and you will most probably want to know how to calculate if your aggregate score meets your departmental cut off mark, it’s super easy.
We took our time to publish a detailed article on how you can calculate your cut off mark for each department in Delsu.
For a quick step on how to calculate your aggregate score, you can follow the below steps:
- To begin, divide the total score you received on the JAMB by 8.
- After that, divide your total score on the DELSU Post-UTME by 2.
- The final step is to calculate your average by adding up both sets of results.
What is Jamb cut off for 2022?
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board set the December 31, 2022 deadline for 2022 admissions on Thursday, according to JAMB.
This comes as the board announced that it will no longer recognize National Business and Technical Education Board A’ Level scores for Direct Entry applicants.
These were revealed during the board’s 2022 policy meeting in Abuja.
Prof Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB Registrar, stated, “The Minister of Education has approved that the NABTEB A’Level GCE will no longer be recognized as a qualification for Direct Entry beginning in 2022.” Those who received it previous to this date, however, will be able to use it.
Please Note: Some universities might not accept the conventional cut off mark set by JAMB, to this end, The university of your choice might have a different (most times a higher) cut off mark.
DELSU also offers supplemental forms for candidates who did not meet the department’s minimum cut off point. Candidates must have at least 5 credits in their WASSCE or NECO results, as well as a UTME score of at least 170. That is the current cut-off point for all DELSU departments. Candidates interested in applying for admission to Delta State University, Abraka should read about DELSU Post UTME and visit the DELSU Portal.
Jamb cut off mark for Delsu
The Jamb cut off mark for Delsu is 170. Aspirants are advised to have at least 5 Credit Passes in one sitting in the relevant O’ Level subjects including Mathematics and English.
To be on the safe side, it is advisable to aim for a higher score to help your aggregate Post UTME score because aspirants A with 250 is more likely to gain admission when compared to Aspirant B who scored 171.
Delsu cut off mark for Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department
Departmentally, the cut off marks vary. Courses like medicine and law usually require very high cut off marks while other departments require lesser cut off marks.
The key point here is to score above your cut off mark always.
For the 2022/23 Academic Session, Delsu cut off mark for Electrical & Electronics Engineering department is 55. However you have to score higher to be able to qualify for admission into Delta state university easily due to the competition the prestigious university attracts.
Also, it is very necessary to make sure you passed the required 5 subjects in your O Level (WASSCE) result.
We must add that the above cut off mark is subject to change as decided by the school’s Admission Board, therefore we advise all aspirants of Delta state university to join us on our social media platforms to get quick, regular and important information.
- myDelsu WhatsApp Tv: https://wa.link/tagek6
- Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/delsunews
- Telegram: https://t.me/myDelsu
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mydelsu/
Delsu Cut off mark for all Courses/Department
If you are interested to know about the respective cut off marks for all the various departments/courses in Delta state university, we published a complete and detailed article on this a while ago.
Kindly click on the link below:
FAQ on Delsu.
Does Delsu accept SECOND choice ?
No, DELSU does not accept being put as second choice.
What is the official website of Delta State University?
The University has two official websites:
The first website offers everything you need to know about the school such as weekly bulletins, library information, gallery, students’ admission status, etc.
The second website offers portal services such as: student and admin logins, printing of school fees receipt, replacement of lost identity cards, result checkup, printing of departmental courses, etc.
Does Delta State University Offer Scholarships?
Yes, Delsu offers scholarships, grants and other awards.
The University has special scholarship plans and grants to various categories of students.
For more Frequently Asked Questions, click the link below.