Jamb Candidates With The Highest Jamb Result Score for the 2023/2024 Exam has been released officially by Jamb and the Name of the candidate are OKAFORAGU FAVOUR and EJIKEME NMESOMA JOY
The Jamb Candidates with the highest Jamb score for 2023 are OKAFORAGU FAVOUR who score 369 and EJIKEME NMESOMA JOY who scored 362
They both scored 369 and 362 respectively in the just concluded 2023 Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Exam (JAMB). Both girls are Students of Anglican Girls Sec. School Nnewi Anambra State.
OKAFORAGU FAVOUR who score 369 and EJIKEME NMESOMA JOY who scored 362
The Top Highest Jamb Candidates With the Highest Jamb Score For 2023
The 2023 Jamb candidate with the highest score of 369, Is identified as OKAFORAGU FAVOUR, from Anambra State. And the Second person is EJIKEME NMESOMA JOY who scored 362 also from Anambra State.
Both Candidates have something in common which is they are candidates of Nnewi Anglican Girls Secondary School Uruagu, Anambra State.
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Read More on Official Jamb Cut-Off Mark
The official Jamb cut-off mark 2023 is the minimum score required for a candidate to be considered for admission into any Nigerian university, polytechnic, or college of education.
“The meeting is currently in progress, during which the minimum cut-off mark for admission into all universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education will be determined.
The cut-off mark that will be decided upon is based on the overall performance of candidates who participated in the 2023 UTME examination.”
What is the JAMB Cut off Mark For 2023?
The Jamb Cut off Mark is the minimum benchmark that candidates must meet to be considered for admission.
The JAMB cut-off mark refers to the minimum score or point that a student must attain in order to be eligible for the post-UTME/screening exercise or admission into a specific university.
Some universities may set their own cut-off marks, which may be higher than the JAMB cut-off mark.
Therefore, it is advisable for candidates to check the specific cut-off mark requirements for the institution they are interested in.