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JAMB Cut-Off Marks 2020/2021 Admission – Universities, Poly & COE

JAMB Cut-Off Marks 2020/2021 Admission – Universities, Poly & COE : In this article, you will get the full list of the official JAMB Cut-off Marks 2020/2021 for all institutions in Nigeria. This JAMB 2020 Cut-off marks consists of all Universities cut-off marks 2020 for admission, Polytechnics cut-off marks 2020 for admission and Colleges of Education Cut-off marks for admission 2020.

However, Institutions Approved 160 for Universities and 120 for Polytechnics.
The Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, (UTME) 2019 Jamb Cut Off Marks for All Nigeria Institutions has been released! The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) pegged the minimum cut-off mark for admissions into universities for the 2020/2021 academic year at 160.

JAMB Cut-Off Marks 2020/2021.

The following is the JAMB cut-off marks to be used for the 2020/2021 academic session admission exercise. JAMB Cut-off marks for degree – awarding institutions is 160. See more details below.
The minimum cut off marks suggested by JAMB for admissions into public universities, private universities, public polytechnic, private polytechnics and colleges of education are 160, 140, 120, 110 and 100 respectively.

Jamb Cut-off mark For Universities and Polytechnics 2020.

JAMB reintroduces post-UTME and reduces general cut-off mark to 160 for universities and 120 for Polytechnics and Colleges of Education.

Candidates will have to score at least 160 (universities) and 120 (Polytechnics / Colleges of Education) in their Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to gain admission.

JAMB Cut-off Mark for Private Universities.

The JAMB approved cut-off mark for private universities is 140 as minimum UTME score for admission.
Candidates will have to score at least 140 in their Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to gain admission.

JAMB Cut-off Mark for Public Polytechnics 2020/2021.

For public polytechnic in Nigeria, JAMB cut-off point is 120 minimum UTME score for admission.

Candidates will have to score at least 120 in their Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to gain admission.

JAMB Cut off Mark for Private Polytechnics 2020/2021.

While 110 UTME score is approved as the least score for admission into private polytechnic.
Candidates will have to score at least 110 in their Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to gain admission.

SUMMARY:

  • Public Universities — 160
  • Private Universities — 140
  • Public Polytechnics — 120
  • Private Polytechnics — 110
  • Colleges of Education — 100

 

Full List of JAMB Cut-Off Mark 2020/2021 Admission Exercise.

All tertiary institutions in Nigeria have fixed their 2020 official JAMB cut-off marks for admission. This followed the directive gave by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB at its last policy meeting.

As decided by the Senate and management of each institution, the 2019 admission cut-off marks for all institutions are as follows;


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note: jamb cut-off mark for universities, polytechnics and college of education for 2020/2021 admission exercise has not been announced yet.

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JAMB Cut-off Points 2020/2021.

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