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Factors That Determine JAMB Cut-Off Marks for Universities, Ploytechnics & College of Education
|Factors That Determine JAMB Cut-Off Marks for Universities, Ploytechnics & College of Education by Flex: 12:00 am On December 31, 2017|
In my previous post, I explained the difference between JAMB cut off mark and University cut off mark. I made mention that JAMB cut off mark does not guarantee your admission, your admission is guaranteed by the University cut off mark, if you didn’t read it, you can read it here.
Statistics means the number of applicants for the school, number of applicants for the course, number of pass rate in JAMB or POST UME, and number of fail rate in JAMB and POST UME. I will explain them for you, so read attentively.
NUMBER OF APPLICANTS FOR THE SCHOOL
NUMBER OF APPLICANTS FOR THE COURSE
A student that choose medicine and surgery and got 75% in POST UME or screening can not be compared to a student that choose microbiology and got the same 75%,why? The student that choose microbiology might eventually get admitted since the number of applicants for the course is less but the student that choose medicine and surgery might find it hard to gain admission simply because the number of applicants are too much thereby giving the student a slim chance to surpass the cut off mark.
NUMBER OF PASS RATE
Assuming a course like medicine and surgery has 100 admission slot, out of the multitude that opt in for medicine and surgery, let us say 180 students got above 75% in the school screening, definitely the cut off mark for medicine and surgery will increase.
Remember that the pass rate is directly proportional to the cut off mark for the course.
NUMBER OF FAIL RATE
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