TASU Cut-Off Mark Released: Ready for the 2023/2024 Academic Year?




TASU Cut-Off Mark Released: Ready for the 2023/2024 Academic Year?


Wondering if you've made the cut for Taraba State University's exciting array of degree courses? How does it feel to aim for a minimum score of 140 on the TASU cut-off mark? Are you ready to take the plunge into higher education and harness the wealth of knowledge TASU offers? Isn't it time to check if you're eligible for the 2023/2024 admission exercise?




Taraba State University (TASU), Jalingo, has established the benchmark for the upcoming academic year’s admission exercise. If you’re aspiring to join this vibrant academic community, understanding the cut-off mark is crucial.
🏫 University TASU
🎯 Cut-Off Mark 140
πŸŽ“ Degree Courses Varied List Available
πŸ“… Session 2023/2024
πŸ“ Location Jalingo
πŸ” Eligibility Score of 140+
🌱 Motto Harnessing Potential
πŸŽ‰ Prospects Access to Education & Development




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TASU’s Commitment to Education

The university was founded with a clear vision – to expand access to university education for individuals in Taraba State and to be a catalyst for economic growth within the region. This vision is encapsulated in TASU’s motto – “HARNESSING”.
The Admission Threshold
What is the Cut-Off Mark?Official Cut-Off Mark: TASU has set the cut-off mark at 140 for all degree courses.
Eligibility: You must have scored at least 140 in your UTME to be eligible to apply for any degree course at TASU.
Degree Courses and Your Score

Here is a list of undergraduate programmes offered by TASU for which the cut-off mark applies:ACCOUNTING
AGRIC-ECONOMICS AND EXTENSION:
AGRICULTURAL AND BIORESOURCES ENGINEERING
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND EDUCATION
AGRICULTURE
AGRONOMY
ANIMAL SCIENCE
ARABIC STUDIES
BOTANY
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BUSINESS EDUCATION
CHEMISTRY
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
CIVIL ENGINEERING
COMPUTER SCIENCE
ECONOMICS
EDUCATION AND BIOLOGY
EDUCATION AND CHEMISTRY:
EDUCATION AND CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES
EDUCATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
EDUCATION AND ECONOMICS
EDUCATION AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE
EDUCATION AND GEOGRAPHY
EDUCATION AND HAUSA
EDUCATION AND HISTORY:
EDUCATION AND INTEGRATED SCIENCE:
EDUCATION AND ISLAMIC STUDIES:
EDUCATION AND MATHEMATICS
EDUCATION AND PHYSICS
EDUCATION AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION AND SCIENCE
EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
EDUCATION ARTS:
EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING
ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCE
FORESTRY AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT:
FRENCH
GEOGRAPHY
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
HAUSA
HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY
HOME ECONOMICS AND EDUCATION
HUMAN KINETICS
ISLAMIC STUDIES
LAW
LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
LINGUISTICS/ENGLISH
LINGUISTICS/HAUSA
MASS COMMUNICATION
MATHEMATICS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE:
NURSING/NURSING SCIENCE
PEACE STUDIES AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
PHYSICS
POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
PRIMARY EDUCATION STUDIES
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
PUBLIC HEALTH
SOCIOLOGY
STATISTICS
TEACHER EDUCATION SCIENCE:
TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
THEATRE AND FILM STUDIES
TOURISM STUDIES
ZOOLOGY
Why the Cut-Off Mark Matters

The cut-off mark is more than just a number; it is a reflection of TASU’s dedication to maintaining academic excellence. By setting this standard, TASU ensures that eligible candidates are well-prepared to embark on their chosen academic pathways.
Next Steps After Meeting the Cut-Off

If you’ve met or surpassed the cut-off mark:Prepare Your Application: Gather all necessary documents and information for the application process.
Stay Updated: Regularly check TASU’s official website for admission announcements and updates.
In Conclusion

Achieving the cut-off mark is your first step towards becoming a part of the TASU family. As you prepare for your application, remember that this is just the beginning of an exciting educational journey at Taraba State University.

For further enquiries, don’t hesitate to contact TASU’s admission office. We wish you the best of luck in your academic pursuits and look forward to potentially welcoming you to our community.

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