What is KSUSTA cut off mark for Urban and Regional Planning 2020/2021? If you want to know the cut off mark of Kebbi State University of Science and Technology for Urban and Regional Planning in KSUSTA then am very happy to inform you that KSUSTA cut off mark for Urban and Regional Planning has been made available here in this post.

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Having made the introduction above concerning KSUSTA Cut Off Mark required to study Urban and Regional Planning, This is a notice to all candidates that KSUSTA Urban and Regional Planning cut off mark for 2020/2021 academic session has been released by the management of Kebbi State University of Science and Technology.
Before we proceed, let us do a brief introduction on what Urban and Regional Planning cut off mark is all about. First of all, cut off mark is a minimum mark or score that is required in JAMB for a candidate who wish to gain admission into a particular school.
Therefore, Urban and Regional Planning cut off mark is a minimum mark or score that a candidate who wish to study and be considered for admission into Urban and Regional Planning in Kebbi State University of Science and Technology need to score in JAMB result before the person can apply for admission.
So, for you to gain admission into KSUSTA to study the course in question; you need to pass the KSUSTA Cut Off Mark that has been set by the management specifically for those intending to study Urban and Regional Planning.

KSUSTA Cut Off Mark for Urban and Regional Planning

Without wasting much time, take note that KSUSTA cut off mark for Urban and Regional Planning is 160. To gain admission to study Urban and Regional Planning in KSUSTA, you need to have scored exactly 160 or above in JAMB before you can qualify to buy Kebbi State University of Science and Technology post UTME form and be considered for admission.You can also checkout JAMB Cut off mark here.
To be on the safer side, you need to score higher than the KSUSTA cut off mark provided above for you to have a higher edge of getting admission to study Urban and Regional Planning. See JAMB subject combination for Urban and Regional Planning here or you can check JAMB subject combination for all courses here.

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