Cut Off Mark for Medicine in KWASU –
Getting admission in KWASU requires that you meet certain requirements and excellently cross the cut-off marks.
Many aspirants of Medicine and Surgery in KWASU have always been asking questions like: What is the cut-off mark for medicine in KWASU? Which faculty is medicine in KWASU? What is the KWASU subject combination for medicine and surgery? What is KWASU Medicine and Surgery school fee?
All these questions and others you may have about studying medicine in KWASU will be answered.
We will be taking everything step by step.
How to Study Medicine in KWASU
The first thing you need to do when trying to gain admission for Medicine is KWASU is to understand the requirements. Arranged in their order, here are the things to do when trying to get admission for Medicine in KWASU:
- Understand the Requirements
- Score excellent marks
- Apply for Post UTME screening
- Understand how the JAMB Caps Works
What are the Requirements for Medicine and Surgery in KWASU?
You must have the required JAMB and Olevel subject combinations to be eligible for KWASU admission for medicine.
JAMB Requirements for Medicine in KWASU
- English Language
Olevel Combination for Medicine in KWASU
- English Language
Above are the important subjects that must be present in your Olevel in order to be eligible for Medicine and Surgery admission in KWASU.
While registering for your Olevel and JAMB exams, make sure to include these subjects if you wish to study Medicine and Surgery in KWASU.
Cut-off Mark for Medicine and Surgery in KWASU
The JAMB cut-off mark for Medicine in KWASU is 180. There is no post UTME examination in KWASU, so admission is determined using JAMB and O-level grades only.
KWASU Post UTME
Kwasu does not carry out post UTME exams. If they create one, however, we will be sure to update you as soon as possible.
How to Check KWASU Portal and JAMB Caps
Some candidates do not understand how to check their admission portal and this sometimes hinders them from accepting their admission on time.
Follow this process to check your JAMB Caps and see if you have been offered admission in KWASU:
The easiest way to do this is through the JAMB Caps application.
- Visit the Google Play store.
- Use the search tab and type “Jamb Caps”
- Download and install the application.
- Launch it and fill in your details.
You can now check your Jamb caps by opening the app.
Here is how you can check your KWASU portal:
Note that you can only check your KWASU portal if you applied for the Post UTME screening.
How to Check KWASU Portal for Aspirants
- Open Chrome or a trusted browser
- Type “KWASU PUTME Portal” and click in the first page that is displayed in search results.
- Login to you portal using your JAMB registration number and Surname.
- Use the left side to see if your admission is reflecting on your portal.
Apart from all the factors mentioned above, there are other requirements.
I will be summarising them.
Here are all requirements to study Medicine in KWASU
- Correct JAMB Subjects Combination (Explained above)
- You must already be age sixteen or very close to at the time of admission.
- You must score higher than the cutoff mark for Medicine in KWASU to guarantee better chances at admission.
- Correct Olevel subjects combination is also required.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
How much is Kwara State University school fees for Medicine?
The school fees for Medicine in KWASU 100L is estimated to be above 80,000 naira excluding extra charges. The school fee decreases drastically as you progress in levels. Understand that this is only an estimate, as the program is still in the early stages and may change over the years.
Does KWASU accept direct entry for Medicine?
Yes. The Kwara State University accepts DE applicants to 200L for Medicine and for all other courses as well.
What Faculty is Medicine in KWASU?
The department of Medicine is in the faculty of Medical Sciences in the Kwara State University.
How many years does it take to study Medicine in KWASU?
Medicine in KWASU takes six years to study for UTME candidates, just like in other schools. The course lasts five years for DE candidates.
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