Covenant University cut off mark is an agreed score which is determined by the management of the school, and it is used for admission for a particular session. This score varies from one department to another. In most cases, it is the number of candidates to be admitted that determines the admission criteria the school will use.
Covenant University cut off mark which is 180 is always in line with what JAMB do approve as a minimum score. Scoring more than this mark will be an added advantage when the competition for the course you want to study is high.
I have seen some candidates who are not offered admission despite meeting the CU cut-off mark. The reason is that they set a high standard for admitting students being one of the top 3 best Universities in Nigeria.
Having met the O’level requirements (credit level passes in five (5) subjects at the SSCE/GCE O’Level/NECO/NABTEB or its equivalent, obtained at not more than two (2) sittings) and JAMB minimum score (180), CU conducts screening exercise for all candidates seeking admission to the University and applicants may not be admitted without fulfilling the demands of the screening exercise.
Covenant University Cut-off Mark and Screening Demand
Like I have said earlier, meeting the cut-off mark may not guarantee your admission. You must fulfill the demand below and excel before you can be offered admission into CU.
- During Post-UTME registration, a statement of purpose (not more than 500-word count) will be prepared and submitted online with the application. The personal statement should address your intellectual interests, academic and professional objectives, visions, and goals for life.
- There will be a Computer-based Post-UTME screening, which will take place at Covenant University, Canaan Land, Km. 10 Idiroko Road, Ota, Ogun State. The screening schedule would be accessible via the Screening Booking.
It is your excellent performance in PUTME, a good statement of purpose, a good JAMB score, and credit passes in SSCE that will give you your desire course in covenant University.