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Jamb Cutoff Marks for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges 2019
|Jamb Cutoff Marks for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges 2019 by George: 1:57 am On June 12, 2019|
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has announced the national and general minimum Jamb cutoff marks for placement of candidates into the nation’s tertiary institutions; universities polytechnics and colleges of education in Nigeria.
The minimum JAMB cutoff mark for public universities is 160 and that of private universities is 140. While the cutoff mark for public polytechnics is 120, and 110 for private polytechnics.
The benchmark for admission into colleges of education is 100 and above.
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Note that the minimum JAMB cutoff marks simply represent the minimum scores institutions can set as their cutoff marks for admission. This means that an institution can use cutoff marks higher than the general cutoff marks but cannot set it lower.
For example, the University of Lagos can use 180, 200, 160 or any score not less than 160 as their JAMB admission cutoff mark.
Having known this, candidates should keep eyes on the cutoff mark for the institution where one has chosen to study in. Click here to check the JAMB cutoff marks for various institutions in Nigeria
The least score with which a candidate can be admitted into any institution is 100. A candidate who scored less than 100 in JAMB cannot be admitted into any high institution, be it polytechnic or college of education.
What Can I do if I did not reach the JAMB minimum cutofF Marks?
Now that the JAMB cutoff marks for universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education are out, you may be wondering what to do if your score is not up to that. Depending on your score, there are a number of things you can do to still gain admission this year.
If your JAMB score is not up to 100, you cannot be admitted into any institution in Nigeria through JAMB. However, you can still gain admission into your dream institution but not with JAMB. IJMB is your next option.
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