JAMB Cut Off Mark for all institution for 2023/2024 academic
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JAMB Cut Off Mark 2023/2024
This is to inform the public, most especially those that did 2023/2024 JAMB UTME, that the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board JAMB has released the Cut Off Mark for the 2023/2024 academic session. This was announced during the JAMB policy meeting held today. The decision was taken after a heated session comprising officials from JAMB, the Ministry of Education, the National Universities Commission, and the National Board for Technical Education among others.
Candidates are now advised to check the JAMB Cut Off, so as to know if he/she qualifies for admission for the 2023/2024 academic session.
JAMB Cut Off Mark for Universities 2023/2024
The JAMB Cut Off mark for all public Universities is set at 140. So, this simply means, if you score 140 and above, then know that, you are qualified for admission into public Universities.
JAMB Cut Off for Polytechnics 2023/2024
The Cut Off mark for all Polytechnics is set at 100. So, this simply means, if you score 100 and above, then know that, you are qualified for admission into Polytechnics.
JAMB Cut Off for Colleges 2023/2024
The Cut Off mark for all Colleges is set at 100. So, this simply means, if you score 100 and above, then know that, you are qualified for admission into Colleges.
JAMB approves Cut Off marks for 2023 admissions
JAMB Registrar Prof Ishaq Oloyede explained that the aforementioned points are the minimum, but that does not mean that institutions must comply wholly to it.
“Institutions have the liberty to determine their cut-off point but must not be below the cut-off agreed at the policy meeting,” he explained.
What is JAMB Cut Off Mark?
JAMB Cut Off Mark is the minimum score a candidate must obtain in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to be eligible for admission into a particular tertiary institution in Nigeria. The cut off marks vary between institutions and depend on factors such as available spaces, the number of applicants, and the performance of candidates in the examination.
How is JAMB Cut Off Mark determined?
JAMB Cut Off Marks are determined by the Nigerian tertiary institutions in conjunction with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board. Factors considered include the general performance of candidates in the UTME, available spaces in the institution, the number of applicants, and the institution’s admission policy. The JAMB Cut Off Marks for universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education may differ.
Do all institutions have the same JAMB Cut Off Mark?
No, all institutions do not have the same JAMB Cut Off Mark. The cut off mark varies between institutions, with some having higher marks than others. In general, federal universities tend to have higher cut off marks compared to state universities, polytechnics, and colleges of education.
Can I gain admission if I don’t meet the JAMB Cut Off Mark for my preferred institution?
If you don’t meet the JAMB Cut Off Mark for your preferred institution, it may be difficult to gain admission into that institution. However, you may consider applying to another institution with a lower cut off mark, as long as you meet their admission requirements. Alternatively, you can participate in the JAMB Change of Institution process to choose a different institution with a lower cut off mark.
Does meeting the JAMB Cut Off Mark guarantee admission?
Meeting the JAMB Cut Off Mark for an institution is a necessary condition for admission, but it does not guarantee admission. There are other factors considered during the admission process, such as your performance in the post-UTME screening, your O’level results, and the availability of spaces in your preferred course of study. It is essential to perform well in all aspects of the admission process to increase your chances of gaining admission.
Can JAMB Cut Off Marks change every year?
Yes, JAMB Cut Off Marks can change every year. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board and the institutions review the cut off marks annually, taking into consideration factors like the performance of candidates in the UTME, available spaces, and the number of applicants. As a result, the cut off marks may be adjusted upward or downward, depending on these factors.
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