Jamb Cut off Mark For 2017 ( University, Polytechnics, Colleges )

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Jamb Cut Off Mark For 2017 All Universities & Polytechnics

Jamb Cut off Mark for 2017 – For All University, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) have recently reduced the cut off marks of tertiary institutions in Nigeria. This article will provide an insight on the current JAMB cut off mark for 2017 for all Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of education in Nigeria.

Note that these JAMB CUT OFF MARK for 2017 can change though the current one are sufficient to help you plan ahead. The aim of this write up is to give you an idea of what score your school may accept.

Jamb Cut off Mark for All Universities in Nigeria 2017

The University of Ibadan accept a score of 200, candidates MUST choose the institution as both their first and second choice of institution, while the University of Lagos, UNILAG, takes 200 Jamb score for all courses, first choice only. The Osun State University accepts 180 for Agriculture, Education and Arts (Humanities and Culture) and 200 for the others.

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Jamb Cut Off Mark For 2017 All Universities & Polytechnics

University of Nigeria, Nsukka also allows 200 for all courses; for first and second choice. Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU accepts a 200 score for first or second choice, meanwhile, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, UNIZIK takes a Jamb score of 180 for Arts and Education (except Departments of English & History), and 200 for others; only first choice is considered.

Recently, the University of Ado-Ekiti maintains a Jamb cut off mark of 200 for either first or second choice. University of Benin, UNIBEN maintains a cut off mark of 200, but only for first choice while University of Ilorin, Unilorin takes 200, and 240 for medicine.

In the Northern part of the country, Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria allows 180 for Science based courses and 190 for Arts, Social Science, Law and Administration; first choice only. While Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto take in 180 scores for first and second choice. Federal University Dutsin-Ma, Katsina accepts 180 with first choice only.

The Federal University of Technology, Akure, FUTA considers a 200 score in Jamb for first and second choice. University of Uyo, takes in 180 scores; but first choice only. Kwara State University, KWASU accepts nothing less than 200 for first and second choice.

University of Calabar permits 180 for some courses and 200 for others. Enugu State University of Science and Technology on the other hand accepts a Jamb cut off mark of 180. Also, Anambra State University takes 180 for first and second choice. Flowing with this trend, Ebonyi State University and the Imo State University maintains a cut off mark of 180 for first and second choice.

The Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa State accepts a Jamb cut off mark of 180; first and second choice while Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma maintains 180 for first choice only.

Jamb Cut off Mark for Polytechnics and Colleges of Education

The Jamb cut off marks for Polytechnics in Nigeria is between 160 and 180.

Auchi Polytechnic, Auchipoly, for example, accepts a minimum Jamb score of 160, while institutions like Kwara State Polytechnic, (Kwarapoly), Lagos State Polytechnic, LASPOTECH accepts a 180 score.

On the other hand, most Colleges of education in the country accepts a minimum Jamb score of 130 – there have been several debates on the need to increase this figure up in order to raise quality teachers for the nation.

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