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Friday, June 14, 2019

University Of Ibadan Insists On 200 Cut Off Mark

The management of the University of Ibadan (UI) has insisted that their cut-off mark remains 200 as opposed to the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) and stakeholders of higher institutions agreement of 160.



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  1. of course they will never accept my school jamb keep dreaming

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  2. With internet everywhere? Who dey read again? Cut off mark go soon be hundred

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  3. Over sabi they worry them. .

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  4. I agree with UI. Why should the standards be lowered? Students should study harder, and teachers should improve their teaching skills.

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  5. God bless them. Tomorrow now,we will have half baked graduates that cant even write simple application letter. Met one recently, and my 9yrs old kept correcting his written and spoken English.

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  6. Greatest UI ,I am in total support,the standard must not be lowered for lazy youths.

    Its not compulsory you go to UI,go to other schools with lower standard,simple.

    I love my school like that.

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  7. Even with their 200 mark

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  8. Even with their 200 mark ,how many of their students currently head big company or are founders of companies? Full of over flowted professors only collecting salary and no break through of anything,first for nothing

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  10. nice one, UNN over to you

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  11. Just be such that UniLag, & Nsukka will join as well.

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    1. but let them remove post UME if that is the case

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  12. ...just b sure...

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  13. If u can't make 200 marks pls join me in my bus business,school isn't a must.

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  14. That's my school....👏👏👏

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  15. UI is not above Jamb. They have no choice. They are a federal uni not private. People don’t know their rights sha

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    1. Who says they have no choice? Whose reputation will be dragged in the mud when uncooked students are brought in?

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