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   Following the completion of their 2012/2013 Post UTME Screening examination held last month, the University of Nigeria Nsukka has published 2012/2013 cut-off marks for admission into various undergraduate courses of the university.

The cut-ff marks, which has been grouped according to courses and catchment areas are shown below:

Combined Arts

54.79

Abia-53.71

Ebonyi-54.34

Anambra-52.75 Rivers-45.84

Delta-50.84 Enugu-52.63

Imo-54.25

Archaeology

54.59

Abia 46

Ebonyi 46.59

Anambra

52.13

Delta 49.21

Enugu 53.71

Imo 50

English &Lit Studies

63.79

Abia-60.67

Ebonyi-60.21

Akwa

Ibom-58.38

Kogi-49.34

Anambra-62.75

Rivers-49.88

Delta-61.63

Edo-55.09

Enugu-61.92

Imo-61.75

Fine & Applied Arts

59.59

Abia 52.59

Benue 54.96

Anambra 57.21

Ebonyi 53.46

Delta 52.63

Kwara 59.5

Enugu 55.71

Rivers 47.59

Imo 56.13

Foreign Languages

58.63

Abia 58.46

Ebonyi 50

Anambra

58.13

Delta 52.71

Enugu 58.59

Imo 58.42

History & Intern.Studies

57.04

Abia 50.88

Bayelsa 52.84

Anambra 55.38

Benue 51.75

Delta 48.46

Ebonyi 53.46

Enugu

54.63

Imo 56.42

Linguistics & Nig.Lang

54.04

Abia 50.92

Ebonyi 51.29

Anambra 52.5

Delta 47.04

Enugu 52.09

Imo 52.29

Mass Communication

65

Abia 64.25

Bayelsa 52.29

AkwaIbom 60.5

Benue 61.63

Anambra

63.17

Cross river 60.42

Delta

58.46

Ebonyi 62.84

Edo 54

Kaduna 53.21

Enugu 64.04

Kogi

63.21

Imo 64.21

Rivers 63.96

Music

43.17 (No Catchment)

Theatre Arts

57.75

Abia 57.34

Ebonyi 52.38

Akwa

Ibom52.17

Rivers 45.38

Anambra 54.84

Delta 52.46 Edo

49.21

Enugu 57.34

Imo 57.71

Department Merit Cut-off by Locality

Combine

d Biol.Sciences


45.5

Biochemistry

57.34

Abia 53.88

Bayelsa 55.59

Akwa

Ibom52.38

Benue 46.34

Anambra 55.29

Ebonyi 52.09

Delta 46.59

Kogi 48.59

Edo 49.54

Rivers 50.42

Enugu 56.42

Imo 54

Botany 45.

25 nil

Zoology

46.75 (No Catchment)

What do you have to say about this cut-off marks trend?        

MSC

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