Nigerian universities post UTME 2022/2023 form and JAMB cutoff mark

Nigerian universities post UTME form 2022 2023 and JAMB cut off mark
Nigerian universities post UTME form 2022 2023 and JAMB cut-off mark

 

 

Nigerian universities post UTME form 2021/2022 JAMB cut-off mark 

Following the mass failure recorded in the just concluded 2022/2023 Jamb (Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board), JAMB Understand better than a lot of candidates will be disqualified if they adopt the usual 180 as the General cut off mark for universities

Going henceforth schools will determine their cut-off mark based on the reality on the ground (numbers of candidates that applied for a certain course, capacity of the school, strength of staff, and size of its classrooms)

But does this calls for celebration? A recent check on institutions’ previous cut-off marks shows that schools usually set very high cut-off marks.

it’s said that the University of Maiduguri has just proposed 150, Usman Dan Fodio University Sokoto proposed 140, Pan Atlantic University proposed 210, University of Lagos 200, Lagos State University190, Covenant University 190, and Bayero University Kano, 180

JAMB still remains the boss, they will monitor every aspect of the admission process, and ensure laid down rules are adhered to in making use of the CAP policy. .

Hence candidates are asked to upload their details as soon as they are expected.

Have you been searching for the details on the Nigerian university’s post UTME form for the 2022/2023 academic session?

Do we understand that a lot of candidates scheduled for this year’s post-UTME screening exercise are searching for the JAMB general cut-off mark while some are asking when is post UTME coming up?

JAMB has pegged the minimum cut-off mark at 160 and above for admission into universities, 120 for polytechnics, and 100 for colleges of education.

Hope you are very much aware that the 2022/2023 JAMB UTME exams hold then after that comes WAEC and NECO exams. WAEC is normally written around March to April while NECO proceeds the following month.

You might ask why are we telling you all this. This is just to prepare you ahead and also give you clues about when the 2021/2022 universities’ post-UTME screening forms will be out.