NDU Cut off marks The management of the Niger Delta University (NDU) has released the cut-off mark for the 2020/2021 academic session admission exercise.
Established in 2000, the Niger Delta University (NDU) is a Bayelsa State Government-funded university which is located in Wilberforce Island (an island of great historical significance) about 30 kilometers from Yenagoa – Bayelsa State capital.
What is the Meaning of Cut off Marks?
In most institutions Cut off Mark is an Agreed point determined by the authorities of an institution for the qualification of students to be admitted in the course of the institution.
You might ask questions like: I had 180 and above but was not still given the admission to study my desired course?
For example in an examination hall when 100 students or candidates sit for an exam out of the 100 students one or two students may have the biggest score out of the rest…let’s say that there is a job recruitment offered by a company and there is a text or an exam given the person who scored up to 300 and the rest have below 200 points the candidate who scores the highest will be valued more than the rest and he or she will be given the job that is an example of cut off marks
NDU Cut Off Mark.
To be eligible to write NDU post UTME screening exercise, candidates must have scored a mark not less than 150 in the recently conducted JAMB UTME.
NOTE: The above Niger Delta University cut-off mark is the exact cut-off mark set by the management of Niger Delta University and all students who are aspiring or seeking admission into the institution are required to score the exact cut off point before admission will be considered, the only student who has the total score above are eligible to take part in Kogi State University Post UTME Screening Exercise.