Unilag Jamb Cut off mark: Are you an aspirant that is really concerned about Unilag JAMB cut off mark for 2020/2021 in all courses which will qualify or gain you admission? then kindly check it here.

Many students make so many mistakes which we want to correct. Actually, they say the truth is bitter but it is better for you to know about the truth and accept it the way it is than to ignore the truth.

Jamb cut off mark

Jamb Cut Off Mark is the minimum mark or point a student applying for admission into any universities must attain in other to be qualified for the Post-Utme/Screening Exercise or admission into a particular Universities.

So we can say UNILAG Jamb cut off mark is the minimum mark or point a candidate applying for admission into the University of Lagos must attain in JAMB in order to be considered for there Post UTme or admission.

If you are a student who is in search for the jamb cut off mark for all courses then you are at the right place and at the right time, there are  so many reasons why students search for this information which are

1. They don’t want to make mistakes of getting low Jamb scores to the university.

2. Some student want to get prepare for the future ahead before they sit for there jamb.

3. Another reason is maybe there jamb score is low, so they are looking for a comfort to assure them hope.

4. Some students want to be sure of there chance of gaining admission with that good Jamb score at the university.

University Of Lagos (Unilag) JAMB CUT OFF MARK for 2020/2021

Let get started, the thing is before you see this article published here is because of the question which has been going on in our social media especially on our Facebook page and twitter handle, which makes us consider writing this article.

Faculties / Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 250 & above

Arts :

English Language and Literature

Basic Medical Sciences:

Anatomy and Physiology

Biosciences

Applied Microbiology and Brewing

Applied Biochemistry

Botany

Parasitology

Entomology

Zoology

Medicine

Medicine and Surgery

Pharmaceutical Sciences:

Pharmacy

Health Sciences & Technology:

Medical Lab Sciences

Nursing Science

Radiography

Medical Rehab (Physiotherapy)

Environmental Health Science

Law

Management Sciences:

Accountancy

Banking & Finance

Business Administration

Cooperative Economics & Management

Marketing, Public Administration and Entrepreneurship

Social Sciences:

Economics

Psychology

Political Science

Mass Communication

Sociology/Anthropology.

Faculties/Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 200 & above

Agriculture:

Agric Econs & Extension

Animal Science & Fisheries

Forestry & Wildlife

Food Science & Technology

Soil Science, Crop Science.

Arts:

Igbo

African and Asian Studies

History and International Studies

Linguistics

Music

Philosophy

Modern European Languages

Religion and Human Relations

Theatre and Film Studies, and Chinese Studies.

Education :

All programmes except Edu/English and Edu/Economics

Engineering

(all Engineering courses)

Agric and Bioresources Engineering

Polymer and Textiles Engineering.

Physical Sciences:

Mathematics

Geological Sciences,

Pure and Industrial Chemistry

Physics and Statistics.

Environmental Sciences

Building

Quantity Surveying & Geoinformatics

Fine and Applied Arts

Environmental Management

Estate Management.

Architecture

Physical Sciences

Computer Science

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Nkedugists Advice: The truth is that the higher your Jamb score the safer you stand to gain admission of your choice, especially for the medical student their is competitive demands in gaining admission so your jamb mark should not dance exactly on 200 but rather above 200 like 250 – 280.

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