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BASUG Cut Off Mark 2023

With Bauchi State University’s Post-UTME exam drawing closer and closer, we have seen a rise in the number of people interested in the university’s cut-off mark. And to help these students, we decided to put up this article.

In this article, we’d be discussing the general university cut-off mark of the school, as well as its departmental cut-off marks.

BASUG Cut-off Mark And Departmental Cut-off Points 2023

Bauchi State University Cut Off Mark is 140.

For anyone to become a student of Bauchi State University, you need to obtain a minimum of 140 points in your Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination [UTME].

In other words, Bauchi State University’s cut-off mark is 140. If your UTME score is up to 140, you have a chance of being admitted to one of the following courses:

  • Accounting
  • Law
  • Business Administration
  • Human Anatomy
  • Pharmacology
  • Physiology
  • Public Health Technology
  • Biochemistry
  • Public Administration
  • Economics
  • Botany
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Microbiology
  • Physics
  • Science Laboratory
  • Zoology
  • English Language
  • French
  • Hausa
  • History
  • Islamic Studies
  • Education
  • Education & Arabic
  • Education & Christian Religious Studies
  • Education & Computer Science
  • Education & Islamic Studies
  • Education & Mathematics
  • Education & Physics
  • Education And Biology
  • Education And Chemistry
  • Education And English Language
  • Education And Hausa
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Arabic Studies
  • Christian Religious Knowledge/Studies
BASUG Cut Off Mark
BASUG Cut Off Mark

So for students who scored up to the number of points needed for their courses, sit tight, pending the time the university’s Post-UTME exam commences. And for those wondering how the Post-UTME exam would be, we have some information for you, below.

Bauchi State University Post UTME

As of the time of writing this article, the 2023 Post-UTME of this school is yet to commence. But the following way is how the Post-UTME exam would go.

Step 1: Students would be expected to register for the Post-UTME examination, on a platform provided by the school. And at the beginning of this registration, you’d be asked to provide your name and phone number. It’s very important to avoid providing any wrong information during the registration. When you have typed in your name and phone number, ensure you cross-check what you have typed, to ensure you made no mistake,

As for students who have no phone, you can always use the phone no of someone close to you. It could be the phone no of your dad or mum. Just make sure whatever phone no you’re providing is often available.

Step 2: After commencing your registration, you’d be directed to another page where you’d be asked to log in. On this login page, you’d be asked to provide your username and password. And the username and password you’d be expected to provide, are both the phone no you provided in step 1. To put in simpler terms, use the phone no provided in step 1 as your username. And also use the phone no as your password.

If you provide correct information, you’d be taken to a welcome page. But if the details you entered are incorrect, you’d be displayed an error message. So correct whatever error you made, and try again.

Step 3: Upon logging into the platform, the next thing you’d be expected to do, is to pay for the Post-UTME exam. Without paying for the exam, you wouldn’t be allowed to proceed with your registration. However, as of the time of writing this article, we don’t know how much this year’s Post-UTME exam would cost. But you should note this amount wouldn’t be much.

When the registration commences, the school is going to provide a bunch of ways with which you can pay for your Post UTME exam. But one of the most common ways is payment with debit cards. This method is easy and fast. But to pay with a debit card, you’d need a card which is enabled for online transactions. If you don’t know if the card you’d like to use, is enabled for online transaction, first try to make the payment with it. And if you’re unable to make a successful payment with it, go to the bank which issued the card, and asked them to enable the card for online transactions.

Step 4: Once you pay for your Post-UTME exam, the next thing expected of you, is to select what course it is that you wish to study at the university. And not only that, but you’d also be asked a bunch of other information. This would include things like your SSCE result, passport, etc.

You should note that whatever passport you try to upload shouldn’t be larger than 50 kilobytes in size. If the passport is large than 50 kb, you can use an image compressor to shrink it. Image compressors are available online, in the Google PlayStore, and in the Apple AppStore. In other words, you should be able to compress an image, regardless of what phone or laptop you’re using.

Step 5: After completing your registration, it is expected of all students to print out their application forms. The reason for this is that you’d need the application form to enter the exam hall. While a black and white printout would be okay, nothing stops you from doing a colour printing, if you have the money.

Step 6: When the day of your exam comes, you’d be expected to go down to the exam centre, and write your Post-UTME exam. The result of this exam would be sent to the phone number you provided when registering.

However, before proceeding with this article, ensure that your course is one of those available in this school.

That’s all about Bauchi State University Cut Off Mark 2023.


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