The Lagos State University (LASU) was founded in 1983 and houses about 35000 students on its full time academic calendar. The University offers both Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and has been churning out stellar graduates for over three decades. If you have chosen this school and need to know about the programmes’ cut off mark, then you have all you need in this article.
Lasu Admission Requirements
You all know that there are some requirements you need to meet before being considered for admission into any school. These requirements are what determine your eligibility. Some of these requirements include scoring up to the required cut off mark for your choice of department of study in your choice of institution. In order to be considered for admission in any school or before you apply to any school, the first thing you have to look out for is whether you have the stipulated requirements for that particular school. You need to check if you are qualified to apply for admission into the school. Below are the LASU admission requirements:
- All candidates must score a minimum of 180 marks in Jamb Utme Examination.
- Candidates must have at least five credit passes in their O’level subject combination for their choice of course at not more than two sittings in any of the following examinations Waec, Nabteb, GCE, Neco or any other one that is equivalent to this.
DEPARTMENTAL CUT OFF MARKS FOR ENTRANCE INTO LASU
The cut off mark for all departments in the Lagos State University (LASU) has been officially announced and it is the same for all courses. The cut off mark is 190. So even though Jamb Utme board has set their cut off for the gaining admission as 180, the Lagos State University has set theirs as 190. This goes to show that it is usually best to score far above the cut off. Students who scored below 180 marks in the Jamb Utme examination are not eligible to sit for the entrance screening into LASU. Thus, they are automatically disqualified.
Other Information You Must Know About Getting Into LASU
When uploading your information to the schools portal, you need to be extra careful. This is especially so when you are not the one uploading it yourself. Several students have made so many mistakes during uploading and this has led to them forfeiting their admission. Any wrong information uploaded or other mistake made is always viewed as an error from the student and such student is usually penalized for it. So it is always better to be present when your data is being filled into the school’s portal.
For those with awaiting result make sure your result is out before the Jamb uploading of result is over and upload it immediately it is out. When given admission do not forget to carry any of your documents including your passport photograph for the screening. Good luck.