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June 23, 2020 at 11:34 pm #4982NkedugistKeymaster
Nigerian universities and their cut off marks: It is true that Jamb has come out with their decision on the benched cut off mark for all universities, polytechnics, and college of education. Do you know the jamb cut off mark that was released for all universities? for all polytechnics? for all College of Education? if you don’t know then scroll down to see it:
All Federal Universities should cut 160
All Private Universities should cut 140
All public polytechnic should cut 120
All private Polytechnics should cut 110
College of Education should cut 100
The issue is, will the jamb cut off mark that was released by jamb be accepted by all the universities and polytechnics? Sometimes all these high universities find it hard to bring their standard so low in other to satisfy the poor performance of candidates who applied.
The truth remains that most of the high standard institutions refuse to accept the low cut off mark that was released by jamb. Nkedugists is here to provide you with the institution who refused to go with a minimum cut off mark of 160. let get started.
[caption id="attachment_4216" align="aligncenter" width="437"] Nigerian universities and their cut off marks[/caption]
Universities that Don’t Accept less than 200
- Pan- Atlantic university –210
- Covenant university — 200
- Obafemi Awolowo university – 200
- University of Ibadan — 200
- Seminary of All Saints (Affiliated to University of Benin)–200
- University of Benin – 200
- Bigard Memorial Seminary (Affiliated to University of Ibadan) –200
- University of Lagos –200
University that Doesn’t accept less than 190
- Lagos State University — 190
Universities that won’t accept less than 180
- Nigerian Army University – 180
- Ekiti State University —180
- Afe Babalola University—180
- Baptist College Of Theology (Affl To Ambrose Alli Uni) –180
- Anchor University, Ayobo —180
- Pamo Univ. Of Medical Science -180
- Redeemers University, Osun – 180
- Ahmadu Bello University—180
- Landmark University — 180
- Alex Ekwueme Federal Univ. —180
- University Of Ilorin, Ilorin—180
- University Of Jos — 180
- Federal University—180
- University Of Abuja— 180
- Bayero University—180
- Augustine University —180
- Rivers State University —180
- Spiritan Int’l School Of Theology (Affl To Univ Of Nig, Nsukka) –180
- Adekunle Ajasin University –180
- Imo State University –180
- Nigerian Police Academy –180
- Spiritan School Of Philosophy—180
- University Of Port-Harcourt – 180
- Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology –180
- Claretian Institute Of Philosophy (Affl To Imo State University)—180
- Nigerian Defence Academy –180
- Benue State University –180
- Seat Of Wisdom Seminary (Affl To Imo State University) –180
- Ondo State Uni. Of Sc & Tech –180
- Olabisi Onabanjo University –180
- Fed University Of Agri, Abeokuta –180
- Bayelsa Medical University –180
- Fed University Of Tech, FUTO –180
- Fed University Of Tech, Akure –180
- University Of Nigeria Nsuka -180
- Federal Univ Of Petroleum Efuru –180
- Ondo State Uni Of Medical Sc -180
- Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Uni – 180
- University Of Uyo – 180
- Ambrose Alli University, 180
The spokesperson of JAMB, Fabian Benjamin, in a statement on Monday said there is “no uniform UTME minimum score for admission” as each institution determines and submits to JAMB its minimum UTME score “after having analyzed the UTME performances of its applicants against its available quota.”
There is a layer of misconceptions on what is generally described as a uniform minimum national UTME score for admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria. For long, many candidates and some members of the general public have come under the erroneous impression that there is a minimum national UTME score, which they also refer to as cut off point,” he said.
According to him, the UTME score is not the sole determinant of the placement of candidates into tertiary institutions.
“The undue attention to the so-called national minimum UTME score (UTME cut off point) is a major source of failure of many ill-informed candidates who assumed that they have finally attained the benchmark having achieved the so-called minimum national score or cut off point for admission,” he said.
He said decisions at the annual Policy Meeting on Admission does not reduce the minimum prescription of the institutions ” “except the few institutions whose submitted minimum UTME- scores fall below what the Policy Meeting considers as the minimum score acceptable.”
The truth is that the Jamb cut off mark that was released by Jamb Board is not a guarantee or must affairs that Universities should cut 160 but rather is a passage guide for the universities to follow.
Any candidate who is seeking admission should have this in mind that the moment they notice that their university is accepting above 180 kindly change the university to another university that accepts your jamb low mark rather than saying jamb told universities to cut 160.
In one statement what do you think about this new Jamb cut off mark that was released by Jamb Board and yet some Universities don’t follow it?
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