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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is set to release the cut-off marks for universities, polytechnics and Colleges of Education for 2019/2020 academic session.

With many candidates who took part in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) held in April eager to know the cut-off marks after JAMB released the results, the examination body has not officially release the cut-off mark for the 2019/2020 session but will do so anytime from now.

It was gathered that the cut-off mark will not be much different from that of the 2018/2019 session which was released after JAMB’s 2018 Combined Policy Meetings on Admissions into Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria.

JAMB Registrar, Is-haq Oloyede, said institutions are not to go below the minimum cut-off points adopted at the meeting for admissions.

He, however, said what the exam body had don was to recommend and determine the minimum, but whatever the tertiary institution decides to use in determining their admission cut-off mark is their decision.

JThe JAMB boss also called on the institutional not to be emotional in fixing Nigeria Universities cut-off mark.

“We need not over-dramatise issue such as cut-off mark. In order to enhance transparency in our educational sector, no automated admission for those without the necessary requirements will be tolerated by the board,” he added.

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UTME 2019: UI Sets Cut Off Mark Beyond JAMB Proposed Cut Off Mark

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UTME 2019: UI Sets Cut Off Mark Beyond JAMB Proposed Cut Off Mark

The University of Ibadan, UI, has recently made it known to only make use of 200 as admission cut off mark for the academic session, 2018/2019, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The NIGERIA NEWS reports the Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB cut off mark to be 160 for Federal Universities and 140 for both State and Private Universities but it seems UI are keen on not making use of the JAMB cut off mark, thereby setting cut off mark to be 200.

READ ALSO: JAMB approves new cut-off mark as the minimum score for admission

According to a report issued via the Vice Chancellor office, Prof. Idowu Olayinka, the reports reads:

“For the avoidance of doubts in the minds of our prospective admission seekers, their parents and guardians, our alumni and alumnae and the general public, the minimum mark for any course at the University of Ibadan, and all its Affiliated Institutions, remains 200 out of the maximum of 400.

“This has been the position of the Senate of the University since the matriculation examinations into Nigerian Universities commenced in 1978.”

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UTME 2019: JAMB Candidates React To The Fixed Cut Off Mark

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UTME 2019: JAMB Candidates React To The Fixed Cut Off Mark

The Joint Admission and Matriculations Board, JAMB have released the JAMB cut off mark for the year 2019/2020 to be 160, which cause some candidates to react in different manners, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The cut-off mark decision was made at the Joint 19th Policy Meeting held in Gbongan, Osun state.

Some candidates were interviewed by News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, on Wednesday in Bwari

Flora Chikwe reveals to the NAN in an interview that she is happy that her JAMB score is above the JAMB cut off mark as she scored 180, according to her.

Flora further stated as quoted below of her opinion as regards the fixed cut off mark for 2019/2020 admission.

“I feel the mark is okay, at least I scored above 160.

“However, I am skeptical about the entire process because apart from the scores, you still have catchment areas and post UTME to worry about because these schools put such into consideration.

“In fact, apart from the JAMB cut-off mark, you have to also think about the course you applied for, whether your score is applicable to the course’s cut-off mark.

“This also varies from one institution to the other.”

Musbau Adamu, JAMB candidate also stated that he is satisfied with the cut off mark but further express his concern as regards the way the institution takes time to process admission.

Musbau states as follows:

“I pray that this year will be different since JAMB has given its deadline on the admissions process.

“I also pray that the institutions will adhere to the N2,000 post UTME fees as prescribed by JAMB. If not, that money really weakens some people who cannot afford a higher cost for the process.

“More painful is after paying and you still do not get admitted into the school. We will, however, remain hopeful though.”

A teacher, Ceasar Adams also pour out his opinion by saying that in some Universities the JAMB cut off mark may not be applicable as it is customary for some tertiary institution to fixed their cut off mark at 200.

He further stated as follows:

“So those in that area who have less than 200 cannot jubilate over the 160 marks but it is our prayer that a higher percentage of candidates are admitted into all institutions this year.”

NIGERIA NEWS gathered that the tertiary education stakeholders have reach agreement to start the admission process for the first choice admission between 21st August to 16th of November, 2019. The cut-off mark for the private and state universities would also be 140 as agreed upon in the meeting.

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