LASU 2024/2025 Cut Off Mark[JAMB/Departmental]

LASU 2023/2024 Cut Off Mark has finally been announced. Candidates who meet the cut off mark would be eligible to register for the Post UTME/DE Screening exercise. Once the registration form is released, the cut off mark is usually announced by the management of the institution but before its announcement, the JAMB cut off mark would first be announced by the Registrar of the Board.

RECRUITERS will love to inform all its readers that the LASU official cut off mark for the 2024/2025 admission screening exercise is yet to be announced by the management of the institution.

JAMB Cut off mark has now been announced by the JAMB Registrar to be 140 for the 2023/2024 admission screening exercise. Candidates who meet the minimum JAMB cut off are also expected to meet the LASU departmental cut off mark to boost their chances of being admitted.

LASU 2023/2024 Cut Off Mark[JAMB Departmental]

Lagos State University[LASU] 2023/2024 departmental cut off mark is 195 meaning candidates are expected to score at least 195 to be eligible to register for the Post UTME/DE Screening. The higher your score, the more your chances of being admitted. Below is the cut off mark for all departments

  • Accountancy/Accounting – 195
  • Aeronautic and Astronautic Engineering -195
  • Agriculture -195
  • Arabic Studies-195
  • Banking and Finance-195
  • Biochemistry-195
  • Botany -195
  • Business Administration -195
  • Business Education -195
  • Chemical and Polymer Engineering -195
  • Chemistry -195
  • Christian Religious Studies -195
  • Computer Science -195
  • Curriculum Studies -195
  • Dentistry and Dental -195
  • Drama/Dramatic/Performing Arts -195
  • Early Childhood and Primary Education -195
  • Economics -195
  • Education Accounting -195
  • Education and Arabic -195
  • Education and Biology -195
  • Education and Chemistry -195
  • Education and Christian Religious Studies -195
  • Education and Computer Science -195
  • Education and Economics -195
  • Education and English Language -195
  • Education and French -195
  • Education and Geography -195
  • Education and History -195
  • Education and Islamic Studies -195
  • Education and Mathematics -195
  • Education and Physics -195
  • Education and Political Science -195
  • Education and Yoruba -195
  • Education, Language, and French -195
  • Education Foundations -195
  • Educational Management -195
  • Electronics and Computer Engineering -195
  • English Language -195
  • Fine and Applied Arts-195
  • Fisheries -195
  • French -195
  • Geography and Planning -195
  • Guidance and Counselling -195
  • Health Education -195
  • History and International Studies -195
  • Industrial Relations and Personnel Management -195
  • Insurance -195
  • Islamic Studies -195
  • Law-195
  • Local Government and Development Studies -195
  • Marketing-195
  • Mass Communication -195
  • Mathematics -195
  • Mechanical Engineering -195
  • Medicine and Surgery-195
  • Microbiology -195
  • Music -195
  • Nursing/Nursing Science -195
  • Peace Studies -195
  • Pharmacology -195
  • Physical and Health Education -195
  • Physics -195
  • Physiology -195
  • Political Science -195
  • Portuguese/English -195
  • Psychology -195
  • Public Administration -195
  • Sociology -195
  • Teacher Education Science -195
  • Technological Management -195
  • Technology and Vocational Education -195
  • Transport Management Technology -195
  • Yoruba and Communication Arts -195
  • Zoology-195

Those who do not meet the cut off mark should either obtain a JAMB change of course form or a change of admission form from the JAMB portal. This is important for those who selected courses that are highly competitive when registering for the Post UTME/DE Screening exercise.