The Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto (UDUSOK) is a reputable institution of higher learning that offers a wide range of courses to students across Nigeria and beyond. One of the critical factors that determine admission into the institution is the Cut Off Mark. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about UDUSOK Cut Off Mark for the 2023/2024 academic session, including what it is, how it is determined, and what it means for prospective students.
UDUSOK Cut Off Marks
In the 2022/2023 academic session, UDUSOK Cut Off Mark was set at 160 for all courses except Medicine and Surgery, which had a cut-off mark of 200. This means that candidates who scored 160 and above in their UTME could apply for admission into any course at the institution, except Medicine and Surgery, where the minimum score was 200.
Similarly, in the 2021/2022 academic session, the Cut Off Mark was set at 160 for all courses except Medicine and Surgery, which had a cut-off mark of 200. This implies that candidates who scored 160 and above in their UTME could apply for admission into any course, except Medicine and Surgery, where the minimum score was 200.
Factors that Determine UDUSOK Cut Off Mark
UDUSOK Cut Off Mark is usually determined by several factors, including the number of available spaces, the number of applicants, and the quality of applicants. The higher the number of available spaces and the lower the number of applicants, the lower the Cut Off Mark will be, and vice versa. Also, if the quality of applicants is high, the Cut Off Mark is likely to be high.
How to Calculate UDUSOK Aggregate Score
UDUSOK aggregate score is the sum of the candidate’s UTME score and their Post-UTME score. To calculate the aggregate score, follow these steps:
- Divide your UTME score by 8
- Divide your Post-UTME score by 2
- Add the result from step 1 and step 2 together to get your aggregate score.
For example, if a candidate scores 250 in UTME and 50 in Post-UTME, their aggregate score will be (250/8) + (50/2) = 31.25 + 25 = 56.25.
UDUSOK Cut Off Mark and Admission Requirements
Meeting the UDUSOK Cut Off Mark does not automatically guarantee admission into the institution. Candidates must also meet the admission requirements for their chosen course. These requirements may include O’level results, subject combination, and any other specific requirements for the course. Therefore, it is essential to check the institution’s admission requirements before applying for admission.
In conclusion, the UDUSOK Cut Off Mark for the 2023/2024 academic session has not been released yet. However, based on the previous years’ cut-off marks, we can predict that it will be around 160 for most courses, except Medicine and Surgery, which may have a higher cut-off mark. Candidates are advised to stay updated with the latest information from the institution regarding the Cut Off Mark and admission requirements for their chosen courses.