JAMB Cut Off Marks for 2021/2022 Academic Session

JAMB Cut Off Marks 2021. UTME Cut Off Marks. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) have released cut off marks for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Every year, JAMB conduct admission for all candidates seeking for admission into tertiary institutions such as:

  • Polytechnics
  • Universities
  • College of Education
  • Monotechnics

In this article, we have discussed JAMB cut off marks for 2021. Any candidate seeking for admission into higher institutions must write the unified tertiary matriculation examination.

JAMB Cut Off Marks 2021/2022

Good JAMB result is one of the eligibility criteria for admission into any school in Nigeria.

Therefore, you must write JAMB and have good results. It doesn’t matter if you want to apply for admission into private or public schools. JAMB is compulsory for all schools.

JAMB Cut Off Marks for Universities

Last year, the fixed cut off mark for all Federal and state universities is 180. Although, some schools may increase their cut off mark for admission but this is not made public.

JAMB also permit schools to accept students who score a minimum of 160 marks in UTME. To be on the safer side, a score of 200 or above is recommended.

Schools like UNILAG, UNIBEN, UNIPORT, UNIZIK, UniCal, DELSU, IMSU, ABSU, UNN, LASU, UNIABUJA, OOU, OAU, UNILORIN etc allow students who score a minimum of 180 marks in UTME to participate in the post utme screening.

JAMB Cut Off Marks for Polytechnics and College of Education 2021/2022

For students seeking for admission into Polytechnics and College of Education, a minimum of 120 marks in JAMB is required.

Candidates who do not meet JAMB cut off mark is not eligible for admission.

The best practice is to check list off courses offered by your 1st most preferred institution and their cut off marks.

Note: The cut off marks discussed here is based on the one used during 2020/2021 academic session.

We will update this post as soon as JAMB cut off marks for 2021/2022 is officially out.

Kindly check back for updates!.

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