JAMB CUT MARK FOR FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES

JAMB 2017 cut off mark for universities

This information will be very useful to all candidates who just finished writing the just concluded JAMB for 2017 Exams.

We present to you the top Federal Universities in Nigeria and their cut of marks.The featured Schools are UI, OAU, ABU, FUTO, UNIBEN, UNILORIN & UNIPORT. However, the Insight I will give here would apply to any high rated and competitive University In Nigeria.

For those who want to know what the cut off marks for entering into the university will be for this year 2017,As usual, JAMB will assigned random cut off marks between the score range of 150 to 180 for various institutions. These institutions include private, state and Federal Universities and Polytechnics.

Over the years, they have proven that no student who score anything below 200 will be admitted. These are the top Federal Institutions of Study. And like I stated earlier,they are UI, OAU, ABU, UNIBEN, UNILORIN & UNIPORT.

The Jamb 2017 cut off mark for UI, OAU, ABU, UNIBEN, UNILORIN & UNIPORT is 200 and nothing less. Now, a question comes to mind, since these schools cut at 200, does it mean that those with JAMB score of 200 will automatically gain admission to study there? NO. There are other factors they consider. These factors are:

*. The number of candidates that applied to study there.

*. The score of students aspiring for various departments.

*. Grade in WAEC and Neco Results.

*. Performance in physical clearance.

*. Preference to Merit, Catchment and Educational less developed states.
The truth is the higher the number of candidates that apply to any Department in a University, the higher their JAMB cut off mark. For example, more candidates usually apply for Medicine, Law, Accounting and Engineering, this makes the cut of marks for these Faculties shift away from the general cut off of 200.

As a medicine aspirant in any of the schools above,the least JAMB 2017 score you should have to gain admission on merit is 260.

 

JAMB CUT MARK FOR FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES