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JAMB Fix 2017-2018 Jamb Cut-off mark to 120 for Varsity Admission check why

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2017-2018 Jamb Cut-off mark has been pegs by Joint Admission and Matriculation Board to be 120 for Varsity Admission and 100 for Polytechnic. As from 2009 Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has pegs the general Jamb Cut-off mark to 180 for Varsity Admission and 160 for Polytechnics & 150 for College of Educations. Continue reading to know why… inform others by sharing.

2017-2018 JAMB Cut-off mark for admission

Joint Admission and Matriculation Board on Tuesday August 22 2017 pegged the minimum cut-off mark for admissions into universities at 120 and 100 for Polytechnic.

According to the meeting held with Vice Chancellors, Rectors and Provosts of higher institutions in the country, 2017-2018 Jamb Cut-off mark has been pegs 120 for candidates seeking admission into Universities in the country

Note: JAMB only recommends, Senate and academic boards of universities are allowed to determine their 2017-2018 Jamb Cut-off mark

The decision was made at a combined policy meeting on admissions into universities, polytechnics and other higher institutions in Nigeria on Tuesday at FCT Abuja.

The policy meeting also adopted 100 as the minimum cut-off mark for admission into polytechnics.

JAMB Registrar straightens that all admission into first choice universities should close on October 15 2017 while December 15 2017 is last date for second choice admission by institutions.

He warned universities not to go below the minimum 120 cut-off mark adopted by the meeting for admissions.

In his further directive Prof. Is-haq Oloyede warned universities in regularization of admission that were done under his leadership this year, he straighten that from next year he will not accept anything like JAMB regularization.

If you can recall 2016 Post UTME was cancel by Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, during his speech to news men in Abuja, earlier this month he describe it as a mistake, the Federal Government’s ban on tests conducted by universities after UTME.

Adamu Adamu gives reasons why Post UTME was banned, in his statement, the Minister said, the Tertiary institutions Post UTME had become an avenue for corruption.

The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu now allowed Universities to conduct aptitude tests for candidates seeking admission, and pegged the fee for the test at N2000.

Don’t forget JAMB only recommends, Senate and academic boards of universities are allowed to determine their 2017-2018 Jamb Cut-off mark and fee for the Post UTME test.

Source: PUNCH

JAMB Fix 2017-2018 Jamb Cut-off mark to 120 for Varsity Admission

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