GSU Cut-Off Mark 2020: Gombe State University, Tudun Wada [GSU] Cut-off mark for 2020/2021 academic session has been released. See details below
We are pleased to inform the general public especially aspirants of Gombe State University, Tudun Wada [GSU], that the JAMB cut-off mark for 2020/2021 academic session is 160 – 200 depending on the course.
GSU Cut-off Mark for Individual Courses
- 160 for for degree programmes in Science, Education, Arts, and Social Sciences.
- 200 for Medicine, Pharmacy and Law Programmes.
This implies that all 2020 JAMB candidates who scored at least 160/200 in UTME and chose GSU as their choice of institution are eligible to get the GSU post utme form.
The departmental cut-off mark for 2020 is not yet out. When it comes out, we will update this page.
GSU Departmental Cutoff Mark.
For the past few years, GSU have not made their departmental cutoff mark public.
If we should judge with previous years, then we will be right to say the departmental cutoff mark for 2020 will not be made public.
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