Jamb Cut Off Mark For 2020: The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has scheduled the 2020 Policy Meeting of tertiary institutions for June 16, 2020.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board apologize to the general public that there would be no live streaming of its 2020 Policy Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 16, 2020, on the Board’s Twitter page due to security reasons, this was made known on Jamb official twitter handle on 7:29 PM, Jun 15, 2020.
ABUJA – THE Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has set a benchmark for admission into tertiary institutions for the 2020 school session.
JAMB disclosed Tuesday, at its policy meeting held online that cut-off mark for admission into tertiary institutions stands at 160 and above.
Its Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, who said this, added that polytechnics cut-off mark was put at 120 and above while that of the Colleges of Education stands at 100 and above.
Oloyede also disclosed that a total of 612, 557 candidates were offered admission in 2019 just as he said about 510,957 admission spaces were unused by tertiary institutions in 2019.
“Out of 1,157,977 candidates who sat for UTME in 2019, about 612,557 were admitted,” he said in his opening address at the occasion. Oloyede noted that candidates waiting for their results will only be considered when they are uploaded on its website.
Reference was made to 2019 UTME that was conducted from April 11 to April 18 and over 1.8 million candidates registered for it while about 34,120 candidates result were withheld for various infractions
2,906 candidates scored over 300.
57,579 candidates scored between 250 and 299.
361,718 candidates scored between 180 and 199.
while 494,484 scored between 160 and 179 This was made know by, JAMB Registrar, Prof Is-haq Oloyede. Let check at the current Jamb cut off mark for 2020
Breaking News: Jamb Officially Announces Jamb Cut off mark for 2020
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
In his remarks, the Minister of Education directed JAMB and tertiary institutions to proceed with the conduct of 2020/2021 admissions. Admission processes are expected to commence in August based on the guidelines released by JAMB.
Represented by the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, Adamu urged JAMB and tertiary institutions to consider candidates with previous years Senior School Certificate Examination and other qualifying results, to proceed with the admission process.
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