Ebonyi State University (EBSU) Cut Off Mark & How to Calculate Their Aggregate Score

Are you interested in becoming a student of the Ebonyi State University, (EBSU) If yes, then this post will be of great help to you as it is not only important for one to know the cut off mark of their preferred institution but also how to calculate the aggregate score.

On this note, we are going to tell you what aggregate and Post UTME Score means and what things are to be considered before calculating the aggregate score.

About the University

Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki was founded in 1999 in Abakaliki, Nigeria. The university’s medical faculty was established in 1991 as ESUT’s Faculty of Health Sciences. Many of its facilities were developed in response to a Guinea worm pandemic; the Abakaliki Specialist Hospital, created for this purpose, was remodelled to become Ebonyi State University’s primary teaching hospital. It was subsequently granted accreditation by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) for the training of medical students and resident doctors. Since it became part of Ebonyi State University, the medical school has received considerable funding from the Ebonyi government.

What is Post UTME Score?

After every UTME exercise, the exam body sets a particular mark {e.g., 120}. This mark is a score a candidate must have or cross to qualify him or her to sit for the chosen school’s POST UTME exercise.

This said mark is announced to all schools to enable them to decide the number of candidates they will admit. After the school’s decision, they announce a particular mark that must not be lower than the mark the UTME body fixed.

Any candidate who crosses the mark set by the UTME body and does not reach the chosen school’s mark is NEVER eligible to sit for the school’s POST UTME.

This mark or score set by the school admission board is known as SCHOOL’S CUT-OFF MARK.

What is Aggregate Score ?

Aggregate scores are calculated by finding the sum of all those subjects whose marks have to be considered, and then dividing the sum by total marks. The final result is then multiplied with 100, which gives the aggregate percentage.

How to Calculate EBSU Aggregate Score

To correctly calculate your aggregate, know that the JAMB Examination is made up of 400 marks, whereas the Ebonyi State University (EBSU)  Post UTME is made of 100 marks.

  • Divide your JAMB score by 8,
  • Divide your Post UTME score by  2,
  • Add up the result.

This is how to calculate yours.

If Tina scored 240 in her JAMB and 80 in her Post UTME, then her Aggregate score can be gotten by following these steps.

240/8= 30

80/2= 40

40+ 30= 70

Tina’s aggregate score is 70.

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EBSU General Cut Off Mark

All newly admitted students of EBSU should check their 2023 cut off mark here. The JAMB UTME Cut Off Mark for Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki (EBSU) is 120. Only candidates who scored 120 and above in their UTME result are eligible to apply for admission.

EBSU Departmental Cut Off Mark 2023

The Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki (EBSU) has released the departmental cut off mark for 2023/2024 academic session. See more details below.

Medicine and Surgery314
Medical Laboratory Science256
Mechanical Engineering260
Electronic Engineering217
Medical Radiography263
Civil Engineering256
Mass Communication265
Foreign Language180
History and International Studies242
English and Literary Studies252
Theatre and Film Studies249
Nutrition and Dietetics224
Home Science180
Medical Rehabilitation235
Political Science240
English Education235
Social Science Education220
Public Administration and Local Government Studies221
Urban and Regional Planning180
Estate Management200
Human Physiology205
Human Anatomy206
Veterinary Medicine225
Banking and Finance218
Pure and Industrial Chemistry216
Physics and Astronomy203
Banking and Finance183
Business Management213
Foreign Language180
Guidance and Counselling180
Health Education180
Home Science200
Agricultural Extension210
Adult Education180
Agricultural Economics182
Crop Science180
Animal Science180

EBSU Admission Cut Off Mark


Below are the requirements for admission into Ebonyi State University (EBSU):

  • Candidates are expected to have, at least, credit passes (C) in O’level Mathematics and English Language respectively, and three other courses that is related to his/her course of study.
  • EBSU will not write Post UTME Examination in 2023/2024 admission
  • Two sitting result for candidates seeking admission in the Faculty of Law and Medicine/Anatomy respectively are not allowed.
  • UTME and Direct Entry candidates are expected have a minimum JAMB score of 170 to be considered for admission.
  • Candidates are to note that EBSU does not accept awaiting result for admission. In other words, the university will not offer admission to candidates with awaiting result.
  • In addition to other stipulated criteria for supplementary admission, no successful pre-degree graduate without a minimum UTME score of 170 shall be considered for admission into EBSU.
  • Candidates are expected to meet up with the required cutoff mark for the faculty they wish to gain admission into. EBSU will no offer admission to candidates that does not meet this requirement.
  • Pre-Degree graduates or candidates who neither put EBSU as first nor
    second choice University shall not be considered for admission except
    JAMB permits of it.
  • Direct Entry admission seekers whose O’level result are not screened
    online may not be considered for admission.
  • Direct entry candidates are expected to have a minimum of OND/OD Upper Credit shall continue to form basic criteria for Direct Entry admission into EBSU programmes.

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