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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

JAMB Rleases Cut-Off Marks For Admission into Tertiary institutions

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has fixed the cut off marks for tertiary institutions.


Ishaq Oloyede, registrar, JAMB, made this known on Tuesday at the policy meeting of the stakeholders of tertiary institutions in Abuja.

He said the stakeholders unanimously agreed that the minimum cut-off marks for university degree is to stand at 120.

The stakeholders, according to him, pegged that of polytechnic to be 100, colleges of education 100, while national innovative enterprise institution remained at 110 marks.

The registrar said the timelines for admission of first choice was October 15, while second choice would be December 15.

Edited from The Cable

18 comments:

  1. So 120/400 hmmmm, that is not good. They should have left it at 180, 150 respectively

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  2. Do they think people are so slow??? Or is this just to favor the northerners????

    120 ke????

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    1. I never knew you were this stupid...bastard

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    2. What is your problem with northerners. Just cos you people buy results and pay to get answers before exams doesn't mean we don't know. Northerners are very intelligent. The problem is they don't like going to school.

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  3. Imagine a cut off point of 120. This country is really useless i swear.

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  4. More concern of the money they will make cause those scores are added and divided to get the aggregate score so how does someone with 120 make an aggregate score no matter how high you score in the post ume exams.Absolute rubbish.

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  5. 120 is quite low... anyways they have their reasons

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  6. I am tired with this jamb issh. Every month they come up with new laws

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  7. Why didn't all these cut off happened 16 years ago when I was writing mine. To think one had far more than this up there yet schools no gree admit person until 250 above (on some course of study). Not fair. They over cheat my time ooo...shooo

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  8. Sadly, this is a reduction in standard. Prospective students need to be put on their toes, this will just make them complacent. My opinion..

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  9. Dumbing down, dumbing down, dumbing down is what the new JAMB cutoff points represents. Which way Nigeria, which way to go? QED@atm

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  10. Dumbing down, dumbing down, dumbing down is what the new JAMB cutoff points represents. Which way Nigeria, which way to go? QED@atm

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  11. Really? Guys y dont u think of it the other way round wat if they want to give students oppurtunity to enter schools without having an excuse of the cutt off is too high.we mustnt complain about everything for crying out loud sometimes chech the advantages of wat is been done too.

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